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# When a nucleus decays, does the particle move continuously from inside the nucleus to

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When a nucleus decays, does the particle move continuously from inside the nucleus to outside? That is, does it travel each point along an imaginary line from inside to out? Explain.

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Key - Black = Everything, ​Highlight​ = Important, ​Highlight​ = Key Terms 7 Ideas That Shook the Universe - [PHY 11030] - Week 4 (2/6, 2/8) Tues 2/6 - Kepler’s Laws and Motion -Proofs of Heliocentric Theory ● Retrograde motion of the planets ● Parallax of nearby stars ● Seasons ● Aberration of starlight ○ Snow looks like it is always moving towards your windshield -Kepler’s 3 laws ● Planets go around the sun in elliptical orbit with the sun off to one side ○ 93 million miles is an average between the two sides ○ Coldest weather - closest to the sun (January 3rd) ● As a planet nears the sun it speeds up and when it is farther from the sun it slows down ● The farther a planet is from the sun, the longer it takes to orbit the sun ○ Mercury = 88 days ○ Venus = 225 days ○ Mars = 687 ○ Jupiter = ~12 years -Mercury ● Craters were debated by volcanoes collapsing or meteoroid impact ○ Believed it was meteorite impact -Venus ● Planet surrounded by cloud ● Venus’s surface too hot, pod burned up after a few seconds -Earth’s moon ● Craters from meteorite -Mars ● Has large sea beds and lakes on mars ● Ice caps on mars, not entirely made of water Ice ○ Frozen carbon dioxide -Jupiter ● Has more moons than any other planet ● 4 large moons ● Giant red spot ● Maybe be slowly shrinking and become a star - very unlikely -Saturn ● Planet surrounded by rings ● Material that make up the

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