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Richard Pogge - Lecture 43: Icy Worlds Of The Outer Solar System (2006 Nov 28) Album

Richard Pogge - Lecture 43: Icy Worlds Of The Outer Solar System (2006 Nov 28) Album
Title:
Lecture 43: Icy Worlds Of The Outer Solar System (2006 Nov 28)
Performer:
Richard Pogge
Style:
Spoken Word, Education
Released:
2006
MP3 album size:
1907 mb
FLAC album size:
1329 mb
Genre:
Label:
Not On Label (Richard Pogge Self-released)

Tracklist


1Lecture 43: Icy Worlds Of The Outer Solar System (2006 Nov 28)45:12


Notes


These lecture podcasts are audio recordings of daily lectures from Prof. Richard Pogge's Autumn Quarter 2006 section of Astronomy 161 at The Ohio State University. They were recorded live, unscripted and unedited.


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This lecture discussed the icy bodies of the Trans-Neptunian regions of the Solar System, discussing the basic properties of Triton the best studied such object, Pluto, Eris, and the Kuiper Belt, introducing the dynamical families of Trans-Neptunian Objects that record in their orbits the slow migration of Neptune outwards during the early history of the Solar System. Recorded 2006 Nov 28 in 100 Stillman Hall on the Columbus campus of The Ohio State University. This material may be protected by copyright law Title 17 U. Genre: Non Music Album: Lecture 43: Icy Worlds Of The Outer Solar System 2006 Nov 28 Released: 2006 Style: Spoken Word, Education MP3 version RAR size: 1713 mb FLAC version RAR size: 1170 mb WMA version RAR size: 1624 mb Rating: 4. 1 Votes: 282 Other Formats: APE AHX AU VOC VQF MP4 AAC. 1 Lecture 43: Icy Worlds Of The Outer Solar System 2006 Nov 28 45:12. These lecture podcasts are audio recordings of daily lectures from Prof. Richard Pogge's Autumn Quarter 2006 section of Astronomy 161 at The Ohio State University. Recorded 2007 Nov 27 in 1000 McPherson Lab on the Columbus campus of The Ohio State Uni. Download Right click and do save link as. Beyond the orbit of Neptune is the realm of the icy worlds, ranging in size from Triton, the giant moon of Neptune, and the dwarf planets Pluto and Eris, all the way down to the nuclei of comets. This lecture discussed the icy bodies of the Trans-Neptunian regions of the Solar System, discussing the basic properties of Triton the best studied such object, Pluto, Eris, and the Kuiper Belt, introducing the dynamical families of Trans-Neptunian Objects that record in their orbits the slow migrat. E:2012-2013SSUPHS 207 spring 2013NotesDocument1 1 of 3 pages Worlds of the Outer Solar System Multiple Choice Questions 1. Both Jupiter and Saturn a. have liquid metallic hydrogen in their interiors. more energy than the absorb from the sun. belt and zone circulation. all of the above 2. The particles in Jupiter's ring a. must be silicate particles. must be particles of ices. be metallic particles. must be pieces of captured comets. be material from eruptions of volcanoes on Io. Audio recordings of the lectures for Prof. Richard Pogge's Autumn Quarter 2006 Astronomy 161 class at The Ohio State University. Lecture 28: Inside the Earth. Lecture 29: The Earth's Atmosphere. Lecture 30: The Moon. Lecture 31: The Family of the Sun. Lecture 32: The Origin of the Solar System. Lecture 33: Battered Mercury. Lecture 34: Venus Unveiled. Lecture 35: The Deserts of Mars. Lecture 36: Worlds in Comparison - The Terrestrial Planets. Lecture 37: Jupiter and Saturn. Lecture 38: Uranus and Neptune. Lecture 43: Icy Worlds of the Outer Solar System. Lecture 44: Comets. Lecture 45: Is Pluto a Planet . 10, 2019 Dr. Kevin Hand of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory asks where the best place is to find life beyond Earth. He concludes it may be that the small. Изучите релизы лейбла Astronomy 161: An Introduction To Solar System Astronomy - Lecture Audio Podcasts - Autumn 2006. Выясните, что отсутствует в вашей дискографии, и приобретите релизы лейбла Astronomy 161: An Introduction To Solar System Astronomy - Lecture Audio Podcasts - Autumn 2006. Modern Astronomy: Voyage to the Planets Lecture 8 The outer solar system: Uranus, Neptune and minor planets beyond University of Sydney Centre for Continuing Education Spring 2014 Tonight: , Uranus ,. Neptune ,. Pluto and Charon ,. This is brighter than any other Solar System object except Enceladus. Govert Schilling tells the story of the discovery of the outer solar system, going all the way back to the discovery of Uranus and the asteroids, in The Hunt for Planet X: New worlds and the fate of Pluto. Springer, 2009 The book was being written during the hoopla about Pluto, and he ties the stories together very nicely