Case 2 galaxies describe the principle expressed by

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humbling to know how much is out there, we are like ants in this huge universe. Case 2: “Galaxies.” Describe the principle expressed by the infographic “Measuring distances in the Universe” on the lower right-hand side of the case. Case 3: “Stars.” 1. Describe the internal structure of stars. Stars have many things inside them. They have a core, corona, convection zone, radiation zone, photosphere, chromosphere. 2. Describe how stars form. There are always stars dying and being born, the stars being formed are formed from cold gas and dust coming together. Case 4: “Life and Death of Stars.” Look at the infographic depicting the composition of the human body. List the 10 most abundant elements in the human body. Where did these elements come from? What does this teach us about our relationship to the rest of the Universe? Oxygen Carbon Hydrogen Nitrogen Calcium Phosphorus Potassium Sulfur Sodium Magnesium All of these elements can be found somewhere in the universe. The make up of planets include these things, shows how similar we are to Gods other creations. Essay: After completing this worksheet write a 1 page (single-spaced) essay in which you discuss what you learned and how it changed your understanding of the Universe. Attach the essay to this worksheet and submit both using the assignment link in I-Learn.
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