Ch_9_BM - Solar System History Ch 9 BigBangTheory...

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Solar System History Ch 9 Big Bang Theory Solar Nebula Planetesimals Terrestrial Planets Space missions
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Which is the correct sequence? (Oldest to youngest) 1. J-K-F-G-H-B 2. J-K-F-H-B-G-E-D 3. I-J-K-F-H-B-G 4. J-K-F-D-I
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Big Bang Hypothesis 13-14 billion years ago, all matter and energy was concentrated into  a single, inconceivably small (and very dense) point.  This hypothesis  stems from a mathematical solution to the problem This hypothesis was tested through the Doppler shift in stellar  spectrum, which implied that matter was flying apart in all  directions throughout the universe
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The Hubble Telescope Can detect faint light that has travelled for  billions of years…from the start of the current  universe
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Pretty Pictures http://hubble.nasa.gov/hubble20th_lg.jpg http://hubblesite.org/newscenter/archive/releases/2005/2005/35/ima ge/a/format/web/
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Earth Based Telescopes
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Earth Based Telescopes
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Nebular Hypothesis and the origin of our Solar system Solar system is older than 4.56 billion years Gravity is the cause of “condensation” of the cloud Cloud contracted WHILE spinning ever faster H and He are the most common elements H and He collected to form fusion reactions
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Nebular Hypothesis and the origin of our Solar system Fusion is more energetic than atomic fission, but requires  greater pressures  Hydrogen “fuel” burns to create He
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Nebular Hypothesis and the origin of our Solar system Planetesimals (early-stage, immature, small planets) on the  periphery of this contracting, spinning dust cloud began to 
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This note was uploaded on 01/08/2012 for the course GEOLOGY 1001 taught by Professor Danielkelley during the Spring '10 term at LSU.

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Ch_9_BM - Solar System History Ch 9 BigBangTheory...

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