INTR SOLAR SYS ASTR
INTR SOLAR SYS ASTR ASTRO 342
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Astro 342 Fall 06 Review Sheet 1 Basic apparent motions of stars planets Sun and Moon as seen from Earth and interpretation as seen from out of the Solar System Coordinate systems Horizon system altitude azimuth cardinal points local meridian zenith Celestial equatorial system right ascension declination celestial equator celestial poles equinoxes solstices ecliptic Renaissance astronomy Know major scientific achievements of Copernicus Tycho Kepler and Galileo Terminology configurations inferior and superior conjunction opposition quadrature greatest elongation superior and inferior planets retrograde motion Classical Mechanics Kepler39s and Newton39s laws 2 body problem understand basic steps in deriving sol n understand allowable types of orbit and different ways that these orbits can be expressed Conservation laws Orbital elements in a very qualitative way Restricted 3 body problem lunar perturbations on artificial satellites restricted problem in the plane rotating coord system Lagrange points and their stability examples Tides and differential gravity know how force law is derived important effects on Earth definition of synchronous rotation Roche over ow and disruption Solar Atmospherics photosphere chromosphere corona spots and magnetic cycle ares and prominences EM Radiation theory Different wavebands in the EM spectra thermal radiation Wien s law Stefan Boltzmann law Planck law definition of optical depth basic theory of absorption and emission lines