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Galileo and Jupiter

Galileo Galilei was born February 15, 1564 in Pisa in Tuscany. His father was a musician and his parents wanted Galileo would follow in his footsteps and become a musician he. But the family's finances changed during his time growing up and his parents decided that Galileo would go for something more profitable. That's how he got into the medical course as it was quite well paid.
But Galileo's heart was not in medicine and during his study he realized that it was more mathematics and mechanics which stimulated HAS mind. View school work »

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Sun and planets

Topic: Astronomy

How long it takes for the Earth to rotate once around the Sun.

Earth moves around the sun, and it takes a whole year for the Earth to get around.

How is it that there will be night and day

The Earth spins on its axis constantly, which takes one day. This makes the sun hit different parts of the globe, and it will be day and night. When the Earth's axis is tilted so shifts days and the length of the night, in step with the seasons. View school work »

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Jupiter

Topic: Astronomy

Jupiter is so big that all the other planets in the solar system fits inside. Jupiter is largely composed of hydrogen and helium. Jupiter utsende change from day to day. Jupiter could be approximately 30,000 degrees hot inside. The average distance from the Sun is 778 millions km. From the minimum distance from the Tellus (the Earth) is 558 million kilometers. Diameter at ekvatern is 142.800 km. View school work »

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Black holes

Topic: Astronomy

Introduction

What really is a black hole? Is it so important? In the media, there has been talk very much about black holes since the discovery of these. Black holes are arguably one of the most fascinating and interesting phenomena we know exist. Yet we know so little about them.
How can we be sure that they are? They're as I say black, you can not see them.
Can we take advantage of them in some way? View school work »

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Black holes

Topic: Astronomy

A black hole is a concentration of the pulp with a gravitational field which is such that the escape velocity in its vicinity exceeds the speed of light. This means that nothing, not even light, can overcome the body's gravity, which prefix black. View school work »

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Black holes

Topic: Astronomy

A black hole is a concentration of the pulp with a gravitational field which is such that the escape velocity in its vicinity exceeds the speed of light. This means that nothing, not even light, can overcome the body's gravity, which prefix black. As for after the stage of holes, it is not about any hole in the usual sense, but a region of space from which nothing escapes. View school work »

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Astronomy

Topic: Astronomy

Earth

The Earth is 4.5 billion years old. It is 4500 ° C in the center of the earth.
Earth is 12,700 km in diameter. The Earth is not perfectly round.
70% of the Earth is covered by water. View school work »

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Astronomy mixed facts

Topic: Astronomy

Astronomy Science of celestial bodies and space.
Light-year distance that light travels in a year.
Galaxy star system.
Milky Way The dim light band that stretches across the sky.
Planet Large celestial body that revolves around the sun. View school work »

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Astronomy

Topic: Astronomy

Astronomy

Astronomy is the study of both large and small bodies. You can study celestial bodies in many different ways, for example with binoculars or with the naked eye. You can also take pictures of them. View school work »

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Jupiter and its moons

Topic: Astronomy

Distance from the Sun (average) 5.20336301 AE
Web speed (medium) 13.0697 km / s View school work »

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