Learning Goal: I’m working on a astronomy project and need a reference to help m

Learning Goal: I’m working on a astronomy project and need a reference to help me learn.Instructions are attached Equipment•Stellarium ver. 0.18.3 (I will email you the exe file for Windows 64x)•Calculator•Ruler with centimeter markings•A pen or pencil•A set of three different colored pencils/pens•A length of string about 33 cm long•The provided data table and graphs… Continue reading Learning Goal: I’m working on a astronomy project and need a reference to help m

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Learning Goal: I’m working on a astronomy question and need guidance to help me

Learning Goal: I’m working on a astronomy question and need guidance to help me learn.Read the directions carefully!Options for completing this assignment:Print out PDF, complete by hand, and upload a scan/image of the completed page or Write answers in a Word doc or similar file and upload the file or Handwrite answers on blank sheet… Continue reading Learning Goal: I’m working on a astronomy question and need guidance to help me

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Learning Goal: I’m working on a astronomy writing question and need a sample dra

Learning Goal: I’m working on a astronomy writing question and need a sample draft to help me learn.You must answer in your own words (paraphrase) the 6 question answers to the best of your ability in essay format. Each Essay Answer must be in APA format and substantive in nature and therefore with a minimum… Continue reading Learning Goal: I’m working on a astronomy writing question and need a sample dra

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Learning Goal: I’m working on a astronomy multi-part question and need an explan

Learning Goal: I’m working on a astronomy multi-part question and need an explanation to help me learn.Tile PageSky Wheel SectionBrief introduction to the skywheel No matter what time of year, which star doesn’t move as the earth revolves around the sun? At midnight on December 12th, Ursa Major is just above which horizon? On November… Continue reading Learning Goal: I’m working on a astronomy multi-part question and need an explan

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Answer the following 6 questions using the equations on page 3 of the attached d

Answer the following 6 questions using the equations on page 3 of the attached document showing work and how you got the answer. Equations provided you just need to plug in numbers and solve. The questions can also be found on page 4, Part 2 of the included document. Determine the size of the telescope… Continue reading Answer the following 6 questions using the equations on page 3 of the attached d

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AND Answer the following questions after reviewing the interactive above. Pl

AND Answer the following questions after reviewing the interactive above. Place your answers to each question in the space under the question. Unless stated otherwise, use (C) Tropic of Cancer for your data. During which month of the year is the angle of the Sun’s light the greatest? For the Tropic of Cancer, what is… Continue reading AND Answer the following questions after reviewing the interactive above. Pl

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Place the following electromagnetic waves in order from shortest wavelength to l

Place the following electromagnetic waves in order from shortest wavelength to longest wavelength: Place the following electromagnetic waves in order from lowest energy to highest energy: Use the speed of light to determine the frequency of an electromagnetic wave that has a wavelength of 0.4 meters (show your work and your calculation). Jupiter is approximately… Continue reading Place the following electromagnetic waves in order from shortest wavelength to l

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Only three questions. All information and the formula needed are provided in the

Only three questions. All information and the formula needed are provided in the instructions. Should not take up too much of your time. Example from lab: Scale = 67.3 cm 1, 390, 000 km = 4.84 × 10−5 cm km To find the size or distance between objects in centimeters for the model, simply multiply… Continue reading Only three questions. All information and the formula needed are provided in the

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So I started the course by sharing my favorite place with you – the shores of La

So I started the course by sharing my favorite place with you – the shores of Lake Michigan. As we get to know one another in this class, let’s all introduce ourselves by posting a picture of our favorite place.Perhaps this is a place that was special to you when you were growing up or… Continue reading So I started the course by sharing my favorite place with you – the shores of La

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