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  1. Start with a large cloud of gas and dust (known as a "nebula") A nearby supernova (exploding star) sends shockwaves through the nebula which compresses regions within it. Mutual gravitation between gas and dust particles...

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  2. Astronomical Unit = the mean distance between the Earth and the Sun over one Earth orbit.

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  3. ...it in your own words. :) What is the difference between astronomy and astrology? Believe it or not, this is the most asked question...

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  4. Best of luck to you! Astronomy is, in my opinion, the most beautiful of the sciences, and the one...

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  5. ... Newton's laws of motion are very applicable to astronomy and the motion of the planets as well as many other scientific fields...

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  6. http://www.experiencefestival.com/heliocentrism_-_development_of_the_idea http://www.absoluteastronomy.com/timelines/heliocentrism.htm http://www.cscs.umich.edu/~crshalizi/White/ astronomy /heliocentric-theory.html

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  7. ... and foremost, you mustn't expect anyone to put together your 8 minute astronomy presentation for you. That's up to you to do. However, in ...

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  8. ... with the telescope. A senior in a University majoring in Astronomy you might want to do something like examine the data off the WMAP that seems...

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  9. ...only guessing here). "ARE there any words used in Astronomy that start with 'Z'?" Here are a few I...

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  10. There is no shortage of topics for an astronomy research paper. Here are some of my favorites: The...

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