AST 1003 Part 12
To continue, the next topic of discussion is the Terrestrial and the Jovian Planets.
Before we start the discussion officially, Lets start with what is true about the Solar System is
( This may be a recap of the previous parts)
AST 1003 Part 13
Now lets continue where we left off by talking about the differences among the Terrestrial
planets,( Planets that are pretty close to the Sun, in Astronomical terms).
Heres some cool facts about the terrestrial planets: All 4 planets ( Me
AST 1003 Part 14
The next topic of discussion is interplanetary matter .
What is interplanetary matter?
Answer: Interplanetary matter is defined as the collection/sets of cosmic debris that lie around
inside and around the Solar System.
They range from co
AST 1003 Part 15
The next topic is the History of the Spacescraft Exploration of the Solar System.
Here we go:
Since the decade of the 1960s, dozens of unmanned space missions have taken traveled
throughout the wide space system. ( Unmanned= without peopl
AST 1003 Part 16
In terms of Spacecraft and Missions to Mars, Both NASA and the Soviet ( which is now the
Present day Russian Space Agency have had exploration programs that explored the Planet Mars
since the decade of the 1960s. However, the Soviet Union
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Pemanfaatan Efektif Penginderaan Jauh Untuk Peningkatan Kesejahteraan Bangsa
ANALISIS GENANGAN AIR HUJAN DI KAWASAN DELTA DENGAN
MENGGUNAKAN PENGINDERAAN JAUH DAN SIG
Farida Hardaningrum1, M. Taufik1, dan Bangun Muljo S.
Horizons in Astronomy
Unit One Book Assignment
1. Astropedia 3.4:
Newtons approach is considered to be of greater scientific importance because Newton expressed his
law mathematically rather than theories and explanations.
2. Astropedia 4.4:
THE LIFE, CONTRIBUTIONS AND
IMPORTANCE OF ARISTOTLE
By Beth Brooker
Aristotle was born in 384
B.C. in Stagira Greece.
Both of his parents were
members of traditional
His parents died when