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Lecture03

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Previous Lecture Stellar Motions Parallax fundamental distance measuring tool periodic, 1 year from Earth: p = 1 / d (p in arc-sec, d in pc) Proper motion secular motion across sky μ = v t / 4.74 d (μ in arc -sec/yr, v t in km/sec, d in pc) Solar motion 20 km/s toward apex Previous and future space missions
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Quiz Question 1 In Star Wars Han Solo brags that his spaceship made the Kessel run “in less than 12 parsecs”. What is wrong with this? A. Absolutely nothing B. Han is hitting on Princess Leia, which is socially unacceptable C. This would require traveling faster than the speed of light, which is impossible D. A parsec is a measure of distance, not time E. Han was bragging everyone knows that it would take at least 30 parsecs for this trip.
Quiz Question 2 A certain star has an observed parallax of 1/2”.

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