Chapter03 - Big Bang, Black Holes, No Math ASTR/PHYS 109...

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Introduction Topic 3: Going Small Big Bang, Black Holes, No Math 1 Big Bang, Black Holes, No Math ASTR/PHYS 109 Dr. David Toback Lecture 4 & 5
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Introduction Topic 3: Going Small Big Bang, Black Holes, No Math 2 Prep for Today (Is now due) – L4 Reading: Required: BBBHNM: Chapter 1 - 3 Recommended Reading: BHOT: Chap. 1-3 SHU: Chap. 1-2 TOE: Chap. 1 eLearning End-of-Chapter Quizzes: Warm-up and AMS End-of-Chapter Quizzes for Chapter 2 Reading questions: Two questions from Chapter 3 in eLearning
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Introduction Topic 3: Going Small Big Bang, Black Holes, No Math 3 Prep for Today (Is now due) – L5 Reading: Required: BBBHNM: Chapter 1-4 Recommended Reading: BHOT: Chap. 1-3 SHU: Chap. 1-2 TOE: Chap. 1 eLearning End-of-Chapter Quizzes: Warm-up and AMS End-of-Chapter Quizzes for Chapter 2 Reading questions: Two questions from Chapter 4 in eLearning
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Introduction Topic 3: Going Small Big Bang, Black Holes, No Math 4 Next Topic: Going Small Finished looking at various things in the universe going from the sizes we know to the VERY big Next we do the very small Why? If we want to understand the universe we need to know what’s in it and what its made of Why and how did it get to be the way it is?
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Introduction Topic 3: Going Small Big Bang, Black Holes, No Math 5 Starting out with small things 10 centimeters, or 0.1 meters, or 10 -1 meters. About 3 inches A baseball is a size we know from everyday experience
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Introduction Topic 3: Going Small Big Bang, Black Holes, No Math 6 Getting smaller Something smaller you can see with your eyes 0.01 meters, (10 -2 m) or 1 cm, or about a 1/3 of an inch
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