Video1 - Video Assignment 1 Powers of Ten and Powers of Time HONR217 Tuesday Logan Miller 111076642 Freshmen History Major 2111 Denton Hall

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Video Assignment 1 “Powers of Ten” and “Powers of Time” HONR217 – Tuesday Logan Miller 111076642 Freshmen History Major 2111, Denton Hall University of Maryland College Park, MD 20742 logan0111@yahoo.com 609-335-8091 Video 1 – “Powers of Ten”
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I. Deals with relative size of things in the universe A. Begin with picnic scene 1. 1 meter wide, viewed 1 meter away 2. Zoom out 10 times the distance every 10 seconds B. 100 meters 1. Distance a man can run in 10 seconds C. 1000 meters 1. Distance a racing car can travel in 10 seconds D. 10^4 meters 1. Distance a super sonic airplane can travel in 10 seconds 2. See rounded edge of Lake Michigan E. 10^5 meters 1. Distance an orbiting satellite covers in 10 seconds 2. Days weather in middle west F. 10^6 meters 1. Earth shows as a solid sphere soon G. 10^7 meters 1. Earth completely visible H. 10^8 meters 1. Earth diminishes into distance I. 10^9 meters 1. Line extends at true speed of light J. 10^10 meters 1. Mark a small part of Earth’s orbit 2. As well as other planets orbits K. 10^11 meters 1. Sun enters field of view
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This note was uploaded on 09/07/2011 for the course HONR 217 taught by Professor Carlson during the Fall '10 term at Maryland.

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Video1 - Video Assignment 1 Powers of Ten and Powers of Time HONR217 Tuesday Logan Miller 111076642 Freshmen History Major 2111 Denton Hall

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