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Astronomy

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For a collection of short interesting astronomical articles, click: Astronomical Tidbits

The links below are to longer PowerPoints on various aspects of astronomy.

Download the files and open them in PowerPoint rather than viewing on-line so that they render properly.

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Introduction to the Universe

Things that hit the Earth Part 1

Things that hit the Earth Part 2

What the Universe is made of

The Night Sky

Telescopes

The Solar System

Jupiter

History and Future of the Universe

The Sun

Lives of Stars

History of the Earth

The Moon

Galaxies

4 percent of the Universe

96 percent of the Universe

Sub-atomic Particles

Quantum Theory

Position in the Sky

Cosmology

The Big Bang

Inter-stellar Medium

History of Astronomy

Black Holes

Geology of the Earth

Exoplanets and Extra-terrestrial Life

Special Relativity

Gravity and General Relativity

                                                                                                            image of Eagle Nebula: pxfuel.com image of Darth Vader: flickr.com

 

 

 

 

Contact

This site is produced and maintained by David Ilsley in Brisbane, Australia.

The contact email is           d.ilsley@gmail.com

Please feel free to email if you have any questions, comments or suggestions, or if you find errors in the materials – there are bound to be a few.

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Except where otherwise stated, this astronomy site (asts.m1maths.com) is copyrighted under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 License CC BY-NC 4.0. This allows the materials to be printed, copied, adapted and stored locally. It also allows them to be re-published for non-commercial purposes as long as clear attribution is made to M1 Maths (asts.m1maths.com). Please contact David Ilsley on d.ilsley@gmail.com with inquiries re any other uses.

Many of the resources on this site are based on material the author produced for use while working for Canterbury College. These are used with permission.

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