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Week 14 Lecture Notes

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Week 14 Lecture Notes ASTRONOMY 135

Sydney Furth
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Guy Worthey

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Date Created: 04/24/15
Astronomy 135 Week 14 Lecture Notes 1924 Realm of the Galaxies Hubble s book VM Slipher s doppler shifts and his own distance estimates 3 minutes Big Bang nucleosynthesis H to He with traces of Li Be and B Epoch of Combination at 400000 years Dark ages 1st stars at 400 million years Ongoing galaxy formation now galaxy clustering Einstein 1905 Special relativity 1915 General relativity is a theory of gravity Lambda repulsion 1924 Hubble expanding universe Einstein oops no lambda 2000 Lambda is back due to distant supernova distances lmplies acceleration dark matter 1930 s and 40 s Expanding universe but infinite in tim Sir Fred Hoyle s steady state theory Gamov and Lemoitre 1941 Hot Big Bang finite in time 1963 Penzias and Wilson discovered CMBR Hubble Law vHd for far distances Inverse Square Law FluxL4pidquot2 Trig Parallax d1p for close distances


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