Death of Stars
The way a star dies depends on its main-sequence mass:
o Low mass stars: < 8 MSun
o High mass stars: > 8 MSun
Low Mass Stars
Recall that the by-products of helium core fusion are carbon and oxygen plus energy.
To fuse carbon req
Technology Has revolutionized the visual arts. For thousands of years, one of the central
goals of art was to imitate nature as exactly as possible. Today, any one of us can point a camera
at a person or an object and capture a realistic image.
Supergiants which arise from main sequence stars (between 8 and 25 M Sun)
In the neutron star, the neutron degeneracy pressure balances the gravitational
So long as the mass of neutron star is less than 3 MSun, the degeneracy
Einsteins GR allows for wormhole solutions. These are tunnel-like paths through
Wormholes can be aligned along spatial dimensions or the time dimension.
Our solar system is located in the Milky Way Galaxy.
There are abou
The rate that hydrogen is fused to form helium depends on mass of star.
The more massive, the quicker the rate, thus time on main-sequence is less:
Lifetime on main-sequence
8 million years
15 million y
In the United States, artists do indeed have the right to show their beliefs to their viewers. The
word impose is a very strong word, so I do not think that anyone, including artists, have the
right to impose anything on anyone. With that said, it is the
H100 ART APPRECIATION
EXTRA CREDIT DOES NOT REPLACE CLASS ASSIGNMENTS!
Extra Credit is for those students who wish to raise their grade. Every 20 points of extra
credit earned, your grade raises 5%. Only one Extra Credit paper or project is a
When Writing Critical Analysis Papers:
*I know that it's hard to write about art if you haven't done so before. In
order to get the hang of how descriptive I want you to be, pretend you are
describing a work of art to me that I have never seen before. Thi
Consider the pervasiveness of line in our lives, both literal and metaphorical. We get in
line, go online, draw the line, read between the lines. We connect the dots or blur the lines
between one thing and another. We can think linearly or nonlinearly. Li
PABLO PICASSO lived to the age of ninety-two and was one of the most prolific artists in
history. He was also an eloquent and forceful commentator on his own work, the work of
others, and the ideas and philosophies of his generation of modernists. We find
Study Guide: Bureaucracy
1. Government Growth
What is the idea of pluralism in society?
o How does pluralism explain government growth?
o How is pluralism related to expanding economy?
o How does a democratic system take advantage of pluralism and economi
1. What are the four non-human members in the family of Great Apes?
Chimpanzees, Orangutans, Gorillas, and Bonobos
2. Give two examples from the movie that illustrate the use of culture by
They use water as a tool and they use spears
Woodcut engraving is done using a small sharp knife and block of softwood. The artist uses the
knife to carve grooves into the wood that will create the prints image, then dips it in an ink we
Government Growth: Pluralism
Society consists of different and often competing
In politics and policy, one groups gain might be
Taking from defense to pay for healthcare, for example,
means appeasing one group at
Artist: Frida Kahlo
Frida Kahlo, The Two Fridas, 1939, Oil on canvas, 67" x 67"
Frida Kahlo was born on July 6, 1907, in Coyocon, Mexico City, Mexico to a German
immigrant father and a Mexican mother. Considered one of Mexico's greatest artists,
The Museum vs The Great Mosque of Cordoba Jonee Price
My first work is Art Museum a structure which was designed by Frank
Gehry. It will be compared and contrasted with the Great Mosque of
Cordoba in Cordoba, Spain. Frank Gehry was a Canadian architect be
ART 102 CHECKLIST
Here are some handy tips to
help make your final exam a
really cool experience . . .
Be able to identify the artist of ANY the works of art
in your Study Image Lists, Baroque through
Impressionism. Your ability to an