There are hundreds of moons in our solar system, and they come in many shapes, sizes, and types. Does Kepler’s law of planetary motion apply to moons? Explain. Why were Kepler’s Laws so important? What paradigm shift took place due to his laws? If the same force acts on the Moon from the Earth -and-… Continue reading There are hundreds of moons in our solar system, and they come in many shapes, s
What are the major differences and similarities between Aristotle’s view of the cosmos and Copernicus’s view of the cosmos? Why was Tycho Brahe’s observations and data so important. To what end did they lead? Explain each of Kepler’s three laws as if you were explaining them to elementary aged children. In other words, do not… Continue reading What are the major differences and similarities between Aristotle’s view of the
Suppose you could pick any one moon to visit in our solar system. Which one would you pick and why? Describe any unique characteristics of your moon, and include a photo or artist created image (if no photos exist). What dangers would you face on your visit to this moon? What kinds of scientific discoveries… Continue reading Suppose you could pick any one moon to visit in our solar system. Which one woul
How could you use the night sky to find north at night? Is this “north” the same as geographic north? Why/why not? What is the difference between a constellation and an asterism? Give two examples of each Our modern time-keeping system is based on the Sun. Come up with a way we can keep time… Continue reading How could you use the night sky to find north at night? Is this “north” the sam
THERE ARE 2 QUESTIONS THAT NEED TO BE ANSWERED. ONE PAGE PER QUESTION. THE QUESTIONS ARE BASED ON THE ATTACHED IMAGE. ATTACHED ARE ALSO THE DIRECTIONS FOR THE FORMAT. 1. A friend claims that the “human uses” energy flow in Figure 1.8 is so small compared with natural flows that our energy consumption can’t significantly… Continue reading THERE ARE 2 QUESTIONS THAT NEED TO BE ANSWERED.
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Lab Exercise 1: Electric Fields Refer to the specific outline in your manual for the lab Electric Fields. Follow the instructions and directions below for this lab. Disregard the outline in the manual for your LabPaq Kit. Use the packaging at the tray instead of the petri dish. See Figure 3 below for reference. Read… Continue reading Lab Exercise 1: Electric Fields
Refer to the specific outline in your manual for
1. Compare/contrast the histories of the Soviet and American space programs, Some of this material is classified still (even the name of the Soviet Chiéf Designer, Sergei Pavolovich Korolev, was secret until after his 1966 death) He and Wernher yon Braun on the US side both had many predecessors in the rocket* clubs and in… Continue reading Write a newepaper, magazine, blog, or social media story that could conceivably appear 20, 50, or 100 yeare in the future (say which!), describing something important that has been learned from, or happened, in space since 2022.
Select 8 questions, and answer in paragraph form. Avoid a bullet list but use paragraphs as best as you could. 1. What safety features that reduce patient radiation exposure can be found on state-of-the-art diagnostic radiographic and fluoroscopic equipment? 2. During interventional fluoroscopic procedures, what strategies can be used to manage radiation dose to patients,… Continue reading What characteristics of fluoroscopic equipment are designed for radiation protection?
My three topic choices are: Does soda really rot tooth enamel? Can you make flames dance to music? Does breakfast cereal have real iron in it?
Miami Florida is considered ground zero for climate change (link), in particular rising seas will not only drown coastal sections of the city but will disrupt our local supply of drinking water.