Lecture Slide 3 - 30 Jan 2014 1 Homework due at beginning of class 2 First Nigh?me Observing next week First two clear nights from 9-11pm 3 Review Earth

Lecture Slide 3 - 30 Jan 2014 1 Homework due at beginning...

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30 Jan 2014 1. Homework due at beginning of class 2. First Nigh?me Observing next week! First two clear nights from 9-­‐11pm. 3. Review Earth RotaIon 4. The Moon 1. Phases 2. Eclipses 5. Group: Solar and Lunar Eclipses
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Why the star trails? What is at the center? What direcIon are we looking? What is the bright star near the center? How long of an exposure? Where is the circumpolar boundary? At what laItude was this picture taken? What mountain is that?
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Why the star trails? What is at the center? What direcIon are we looking? What is the bright star near the center? How long of an exposure? Where is the circumpolar boundary? At what laItude was this picture taken? What mountain is that?
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Why the star trails? What is at the center? What direcIon are we looking? What is the bright star near the center? How long of an exposure? Where is the circumpolar boundary? At what laItude was this picture taken? What mountain is that?
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APOD 30 Jan 2013
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Total Lunar Eclipse of 2014 Apr 15 Ecliptic Conjunction = 07:43:24.8 TD ( = 07:42:17.6 UT ) Greatest Eclipse = 07:46:47.0 TD ( = 07:45:39.8 UT ) Penumbral Magnitude = 2.3183 P. Radius = 1.2267° Gamma = -0.3017 Umbral Magnitude = 1.2907 U. Radius = 0.6952°
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