Unformatted text preview: each star is 1 M ⊙ . iv) Also Fnd the mean distance between these stars. 4. Suppose the true aspect ratio of a type of galaxy was B/A = 1 / 2. If we observe a large number of these galaxies, each having a randomly oriented inclination i , what is the average aspect ratio q that we would observe? Even if you can’t determine the number, is q larger or smaller than B/A ?...
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- Spring '11
- Galaxies, Ratio, true aspect ratio, average aspect ratio