The motion of the Earth around the Sun and the effect of this in respect of temporal orientation
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We owe a lot to Galileo Galilei, Tycho de Brahe, Johannes Kepler and Isaac Newton for the acceptance of heliocentric concept. Galilei made this theory widely known. Tycho Brache’s observations of the planetary movements and Kepler’s works on the same subject contrasted with geocentric theory held by the majority of scientists and the Church of that time.
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Astronomy is classified as a natural science that included the study of celestial objects such as stars, moon, planets, galaxies and nebulae. In addition, it also deals with the physics, chemistry, and the objects evolution, and phenomena that originate outside the earth’s atmosphere.
Planetary Observation Log
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Elongation: From Mercury to Venus is 24 0. (The first two blanks are for the names of the two objects, planets) between which you’re measuring the elongation.)
Life Cycle of Stars
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According to the author of the text, stars appear as twinkling to us because they are at a far off place from our earth and the atmospheric conditions, diffractions etc. lead to the phenomenon of twinkling. Actually, light is an electromagnetic wave that can be ‘seen’ by us. Reportedly, there was much discussion over whether light is composed of particles or waves.
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