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    The constellation that I have chosen is the Gemini constellation or also called "The Twins". I chosen the Gemini constellation because Gemini is from the Zodiac sign of June. I was born in June so it interests me to learn more about this particular constellation. Some information about the Gemini constellation is that it is located in the northern hemisphere. The name Gemini, means "twins" in Latin and refers to the mythical twins Castor and Polydeuces. The name Polydeuces, is Pollux in Latin and

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    Essay On Juno Mission

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    to see what the origin and evolution of Jupiter is and to trace our solar system 's history. Nasa’s scientist hope to see why Jupiter has the most radiation (Earth has 0.39 of cosmic radiation and Jupiter is expected to have 20,000,000 of a Rad over the course of the Juno mission). Juno will be the first ever mission that gets within 3,000 miles of Jupiter 's cloud tops. The Mission is going to be just the beginning of a huge scientific exploration of Jupiter and our solar system. Juno will see why

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    findings, and accomplishments since its discovery over a century ago which will be further discussed in this report. To begin, Neptune is one of the four Jovian planets; also known as an outer planet. Jovian planets are usually described as a Jupiter like planet

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    Drops Of Jupiter Analysis

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    "Drops Of Jupiter" By: Train Theme: Dream This song represents many of the dreams that are shown through the story “Of Mice and Men”. For example, Curly’s wife’s big dream was to become a Hollywood big picture actor. In this excerpt from the story "he says I was a natural. Soon’s he got back to Hollywood he was gonna write to me about it”(pg.88), she explains her past relationship with an actor who fooled her about making her a star which lead to her being with Curly so she can get away from her

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    Saturn Research Paper

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    and is second massive planet after Jupiter, roughly 95 times Earth 's mass. However, Saturn has the lowest density among all the planets of solar system .It spins faster than any other planet except Jupiter which help Saturn with its magnetic field which is about 578 times more powerful than Earth 's. Although Saturn has at least 62 moons but its largest moon, Titan, is slightly bigger than Mercury, and is the second-largest moon in the solar system after Jupiter 's moon Ganymede (our moon is fifth

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    way they could do that is, if they circled the Sun, and not the Earth. And most importantly of all, Galileo discovered that there are four moons around Jupiter. This meant that everything in the Universe did not circle the Earth. Well of course Galileo only made discoveries in

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    We are living in a state of constant scientific revolution. There is not a single area that you can name that is now seen as it was seen a hundred years ago. Nothing is left of the world view of one hundred years ago. The Scientific Revolution was a period of time between the fifteenth, sixteenth, and seventeenth centuries in which the emergence of modern science transformed the views of society. Many discoveries and developments in the areas of mathematics, physics, and astronomy came about after

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    Uranus Description

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    Other names suggested included his own last name, and ironically the name Neptune. In the end, Herman astronomer Johann Elert Bode named the planet after the ancient Greek god of the sky. Johann had the argument that since Saturn was the father of Jupiter, the new plant should be named for the father of Saturn. Although, Uranus is the only planet to be named after

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    1. The relationship between Mercury’s rotational period and orbital period is a resonance. This results from the Sun’s tidal force on Mercury and its very elliptical orbit. The sun cannot lock Mercury into a 1:1 rotation due to Mercury’s high eccentricity. Mercury takes 59 Earth days to rotate and and 88 days to orbit so it spins three times for every two orbital periods. 2. The current atmosphere of Mars is mainly CO2 (95%), N2 (3%), oxygen, and water. The atmosphere’s density is 1% of Earth atmospheric

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    Milky Way Theory

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    life a unique planet. This planet is the Earth. The Earth has a satellite. This satellite's name is Moon. Also, the Solar System has 181 satellites. The Solar System has nine planets. These are from the sun in order of Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus,

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    On the night of Wednesday, November 11, I went to the RLM. At 7:25 I observed Uranus at approximately 40 degrees in the east southeastern sky. It only appeared as a small whitish dot against a vast black background. I found it by looking directly into the lens where the astronomers had pointed the telescope in the sky. Discovered in 1781, Uranus is the third largest planet in the solar system. Even though it is bright blue, it is still nearly impossible to spot with the naked eye because it is the

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    Why is Pluto considered a dwarf planet? People consider Pluto as the dwarf planet and that it is too small to be considered an actual planet. Pluto is the 9th planet away from the sun and it still orbits the sun but it takes 248 years which is a very long time. Being the 9th planet furthest from the sun this might also be a reason for why Pluto is considered a Dwarf planet due to the length and how hard it will be to see it from earth. Pluto is also named after the Hades which is the Greek God of

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    Edu 501 Quiz

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    Jupiter, Saturn, Neptune D. Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune 7. Which is a characteristic of the inner planets? A. rocky one B. a long revolution C. a thick atmosphere D. a gas core 8. Which

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    Comparing Two Planets

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    are the outer planets different from each other? The outer planets are different from each other in many ways. First of all, Saturn is the only planet within our solar system that is less dense than water. An important difference to note, is that Jupiter and Saturn are referred to as gas giants, composed of mainly helium and hydrogen gases, while Uranus and Neptune are actually more like ice giants, due to their composition of ices. All of these planets are also

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    Facts One day on Venus is 243 Earth days One year on Venus is 225 earth days Venus’s radius is 3,760 miles or 6,052 kilometers Venus is classified as a Terrestrial Venus has no moons This planet being called a Terrestrial means that they are Earth like planets made up of rocks and metals with a hard surface. This makes these planets different than the others planets that lack solid surfaces. Terrestrial planets also are made up of heavy molten cores and valleys, volcanoes, and craters. Finder Venus

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    Clyde Tombaugh Biography

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    master optics, and built two more telescopes in the next two years, grinding his own lenses and mirrors, and further honing his skills. Clyde Tombaugh Biography Photo Using these homemade telescope, he made drawings of the planets Mars and Jupiter and sent them to the Lowell Observatory in Flagstaff, Arizona.

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    have been left in any remotely spherical shape and the majority are cratered and lumpy in exterior. The vast majority of asteroids can be found orbiting the sun in what is called the asteroid belt, which is situated in the space between Mars and Jupiter.{2} Just like planets, asteroids each have their own orbital path. Asteroids with

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    Neptune The Windiest Planet in our Solar System INTRODUCTION Neptune, a planet that is a huge gas and ice giant, full of frozen methane clouds and 4x as big as Earth. Believe it or not, we can live on this planet, even if it’s cold, (below 0) and it is full of gases. All we need is the proper equipment, something to keep our bodies warm enough, a dome to surround a city and keep out the gases. Neptune is also one of the windiest of planets, containing frozen methane clouds. It takes

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    SECTION A Astronomy changed meanings to me when I became a wizard. As a child I did not have access to magic, my parents were muggles and did not understand the relationship between the stars and magical fields. The night sky was merely a beautiful, explainable mystery. Untouchable in majesty, I would go out at night in our farm house to stare up at the massive sky of stars. My dad showed me the location of Orion 's belt and I never forgot it. As I got older and my letter to Hogwarts arrived I realized

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    in Chile TRAnsiting Planets and PlanetesImals Small Telescope–South)has orbiting planets in the constellation Aquarius. Trappist 1 is about 40 light years away from Earth and is 12 times less the size of the sun but only a little bit bigger than Jupiter. Out of these seven planets, three of them are best suited for life. These planets are part of the Goldilocks Zone, they have the right amount of energy from their host star that oceans could exist. A group of astronomers found these planets by using

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