Astronomy Hypertext_ Size and Shape of the Earth

Astronomy hypertext size and shape of the earth

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Unformatted text preview: 1/15/12 Astronomy Hypertext: Size and Shape of the Earth As tronom H perte t Si e and Shape of the Earth Lat est Modif icat ion: July 22, 2002 A E E M , G E B.C. A .F , , .S , E M E ' .T .T A AH M 300 B.C. T A ' , M L A .T .O B.C.), B.C.), 400), E A 20 M ( E E ' M (273- 193 (320?- ?250 ,E , S . , . E D A N R S , A .F , .H , S , S . A A S S 7 .W E S = 360 /7 , ' , 7 4900 , ,E C = 252,000 (1 , .M = 0.16 ). B E , E 40,320 , ' : C/4900 ( ). I , .A ' 40,030 . 1995, J. C. Ev ans Physics & Ast ronomy Depart ment , George Mason Univ ersit y Maint ained by J. C. Ev ans; j ev ans@gmu.edu physics.gmu.edu/~jevans/astr103/ /earthSky_sizeShapeEarth.html 1/1...
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This note was uploaded on 01/16/2012 for the course ASTR 103 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at George Mason.

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