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Announcements Midterm exam next monday Exam covers all material up to and including Wednesday’s lecture, textbook chapters 1-6 Bring a scantron form #288 and a pencil Leave all backpacks, bags, etc., at the front of the room Seating chart will be posted on the class web site: you must look at this in advance so you’ll know where to sit If you want to request a left-handed desk, send me an email by tomorrow morning 9am
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Formation of the moon Possible theories: Fission: if the young earth was spinning rapidly, a large chunk might have been ±ung out into orbit? Capture: perhaps the moon was formed elsewhere in the solar system and gravitationally captured by earth? Condensation: perhaps the moon formed in place as the outer part of a disk of material that formed the earth? Impact and ejection: a giant impact might have ejected a large amount of material from the earth’s crust and outer mantle into orbit
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Formation of the moon by a giant impact? The impact of a Mars-
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This note was uploaded on 11/23/2010 for the course PHYSICS PHYSICS 20 taught by Professor Aaronbarth during the Winter '10 term at UC Irvine.

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