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Remember: Exam This Wednesday NASA photo of the day: http://apod.nasa.gov/ Time lapse video of Namibian sky
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Remember: Exam This Wednesday NASA photo of the day: http://apod.nasa.gov/ Time lapse video of Namibian sky
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New Homework has been posted, but it won’t be due until Monday, Feb. 17th at midnight If you missed lab Wednesday because school was closed, don’t worry, you can make up your lab at the end of the semester. NO LAB THIS WEEK (so you can study!)
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Exam Wednesday What you must bring to the exam: **Student ID** Number 2 lead pencil Calculator Yourself
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You must bring your student ID! NO ID, no grade. Your student ID number John Q. Student
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John Q. Student Enter your SU ID number 3 7 4 6 4 0 4 4 8 Always fll one bubble, completely erase mistakes!
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Your section number 0 0 1 1 and your exam number
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Example One:
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Example One:
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Example One: You are registered for the 3:45 lecture, and you take the 3:45 exam 0 0 1 1
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Example Two:
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Example Two: You are registered for the 3:45 lecture, and take the exam at 5:15 0 0 1 2
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You must bring your student ID! NO ID, no grade. Your student ID number John Q. Student
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Exam Wednesday What you must bring to the exam: Student ID Number 2 lead pencil Calculator Yourself
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Exam Wednesday What to expect 30 multiple choice and true/false questions
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Handout for exam
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When do I get my exam score? Once ALL exams are graded, scores will be posted on our website by SU ID number (no names)
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If you are taking the exam at ODS, make sure to go take the exam!
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Stars more massive than AROUND 300 M sun would blow apart Stars less massive than 0.08 M sun can’t sustain fusion. Highlights from Last Lecture:
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Highlights from Last Lecture: Protostars smaller than 0.08 M sun result in brown dwarfs. They don’t fuse hydrogen due to degeneracy pressure. Named by Jill Tarter (Former director of SETI)
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Carl Sagan (star of the stars) November 9, 1934 – December 20, 1996 Astronomer, astrophysicist, cosmologist, author, science popularizer and science communicator in astronomy and natural sciences Links to videos (related to this lecture!) have been posted on our homepage Carl used to like to say, “We are all star dust”.
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