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Chapters 4 – 10. Lecture Tutorials: Doppler Shift pg. 73 Temperature and Formation of Our Solar System pg. 103 Sun Size pg. 105 Apparent and Absolute Magnitudes of Stars pg. 33 H-R Diagram pg.109 Format: 50 multiple-choice questions Hints: As you may have noticed from the previous two celebrations, the memorizations of facts will not help you out much. It is much more important to understand the concepts and the relationships between those concepts. Here is a list of some of the concepts you should be working on: Doppler effect Absorption spectrum as it pertains to the Doppler Effect. Apparent magnitude Absolute magnitude The absolute/apparent magnitude scale. H-R Diagram Spectral classes/Temperature axis Luminosity/absolute magnitude axis
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Unformatted text preview: Size of star vs. temp Size of star vs. luminosity Main sequence stars The sun Size Characteristics (not specific values but relative size with Earth/Jupiter/Moon…) How it works! What caused it to collapse/parts of the sun? Earth/Moon/Planets – general information only or concepts on inner workings and/or formation. Again, no need to memorize specific values for the planets but understanding the difference between Jovian and Terrestrial plants would be helpful. Also, you might want to pay attention to things like biggest/smallest planet, most/least dense planet, oddities of planets, etc. This is not a complete list of topics but it is a good place to begin. ASTR 203 Exploration of the Universe Tailgate Party for Celebration of Knowledge III...
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