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AST 309 The Solar System MWF 12-1 John Lacy RLM 16.332 471-1469 [email protected] Class web page: www.as.utexas.edu -> courses -> AST 309 -> class web page user: AST, pwd: 309 Marty Bitner RLM 16.312, MW 10-11 471-8275 [email protected] Steve Young RLM 9.312, Th 3-5 [email protected]
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Reading for this week Ch. 10, Saturn Assignment for Wednesday: Describe with one sentence for each the three most important ideas in the chapter, and tell me something that confused you or you want to know more about. Test next Monday The test will cover Venus-Saturn, with comparisons to the Earth. Pick up a review sheet. We will have a review session here Thursday at 6:00.
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How do Jupiter’s moons differ? Io and Europa are about the size of our Moon, with internal structures like Mercury, with iron cores and silicate mantles. But Io is hot and molten inside and dry outside, whereas Europa has solidified and is covered with an ocean with an icy surface. Ganymede and Callisto are about the size of Mercury.
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This note was uploaded on 04/06/2008 for the course AST 309 taught by Professor Johnlacy during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas.

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