Micheal Hilton
Justin Johansen
February 28th, 2016
Section 8802
Pages #6
THE MOON'S ORBIT
Purpose:
To understand the properties and cycles of the Moons orbit and to conduct an
experiment to see if Keplers laws are applicable to our moon. Keplers laws of
P
Micheal Hilton
Justin Johansen
May 12, 2016
Section 8802
Pages #8
Spectra Laboratory
Purpose:
To discover how different types of spectra are formed and how they can be organized to classify
stars. To understand why certain elements
Results:
1. What type o
Micheal Hilton
Taylor Dickson /Arvind Khanal/Shaylene Liao/Gregory Biagi
February 20th, 2016
Section 8802
Pages #5
USING A TELESCOPE
Purpose:
To familiarize a firsttime observer on the process of using a telescope and to provide
some insight about the ma
Micheal Hilton
Justin Johansen
May 12, 2016
Section 8802
Pages #7
Winter
Constellations
Purpose:
To easily identify stars in the winter sky.
Results:
1. What is a constellation? Name 8 of them.
A constellation is a series of asterisms conjoined by a secti
Micheal Hilton
Justin Johansen / Roberto Ricciolini
March 9th, 2016
Section 8802
Pages #5
Celestial Globes
Purpose:
To understand how Johannes Kepler measured the orbit of Mars, and what it
meant to the development of physics, and astronomy. By using the
Micheal Hilton
Justin Johansen
April 28th, 2016
Section 8802
Pages #6
THE SUN PT 2
Purpose
To determine the radiation from objects at certain temperatures, commonly known as
blackbody radiation to determine the temperature,luminosity, and other properties
Micheal Hilton
Justin Johansen
May 19, 2016
Section 8802
Pages #5
DOPPLER SHIFT AND
EARTHS VELOCITY
Purpose:
To prove that the study of spectral lines can lead to the accurate conclusion of relative
velocities.
Results:
1. What is the orbital velocity of
Micheal Hilton
Justin Johansen
February 17th, 2016
Section 8802
Pages #7
Lunar Surface Features
Purpose: The purpose of this laboratory is to give us some insight into how
astronomers use the moons surface features to provide them with a rough
estimate in
Micheal Hilton
Justin Johansen
April 21st, 2016
Section 8802
Pages #6
THE SUN
Purpose:
Explore radiation from objects at certain temperatures, commonly known as blackbody
radiation to determine the temperature,luminosity, and other properties of the sunsp
Micheal Hilton
Justin Johansen
May 5th, 2016
Section 8802
Pages #3
TELESCOPIC
OBSERVATIONS
Purpose:
To become familiar with various astronomical objects that can be seen using nothing but
a small telescope.
Conclusion:
By establishing the local sidereal t
Micheal Hilton
February 15th, 2016
Section 8802
Pages #6
Math Review
Purpose: The purpose of this laboratory is to provide us with some insight
into how astronomers use data to reach underlying conclusions about our
universe.
Results:
1. y=(x8)/4
2. x=4/
Tutorial: Blackbody Radiation
(Adapted from LectureTutorials for Introductory Astronomy, CAPER Team, Preliminary Edition, 2002)
Part I: Spectral Curves
White light is made up of all colors of light. To
break the white light into its individual colors, we
Astronomy 110 Test 2 Review Castle Chapters 6, 7, and possibly 8
NOTE: THIS IS NOT MEANT TO BE EXHAUSTIVE, THIS IS TO HELP THE YOU TRAIN
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Astronomy 110
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