Astronomy homework questions

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Astronomy > General Astronomy
$1.00Past due please help Effective public health programs are keys to addressing health disparities and health inequities. Apply either an individual or population-based theory to an approach/model or program addressing a health disparity. Explain the benefits and challenges of the theory proposed. Discuss strategies for addressing the challenges in utilizing the theory proposed. Provided a thorough and complete explanation of the concept, as described in the evaluation criteria. 10 Provided a statement of clarification...
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$1.00Past due stereo model conditions that a pair of photographs must fulfill in order to form a stereomodel
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$1.00Past due Heavenly Road Use your SkyGazer software to help you plan another observation. This time when you go outside, look for the plane of the Milky Way in the sky (you may have to make a special trip to somewhere relatively dark to be successful). Then, in a 2-3 paragraph essay, describe what you saw, and compare it to what you think ancient people would have seen. Would you have called it "the Milky Way," or might you have chosen a different name? How does what we see in the sky compare with our current knowledge...
Astronomy > The Milky Way Galaxy
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Astronomy > General Astronomy
$5.00Past due Written Assignment - Heavenly Road Use the SkyGazer software to help you plan another observation. This time when you go outside, look for the plane of the Milky Way in the sky . Then, in a 2-3 paragraph essay, describe what you saw, and compare it to what you think ancient people would have seen. Would you have called it "the Milky Way," or might you have chosen a different name? How does what we see in the sky compare with our current knowledge of the Galaxy’s structure?
Astronomy > Elementary Astronomy
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$5.00Past due Astronomy 101 Question Which of the following does not play a role in creating the elements needed for life as we know it? high mass stars heavy element fusion supernovae neutron stars
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$47.50Past due only nitkkr 1. Should geographic regions play a role within an employee's compensation? Why? 2. What type of data is needed to determine an employee's compensation? Explain your answer. 3. One additional concern in these areas might be the minimum wage. In higher cost areas, employees frequently make the point that minimum wage is not high enough to deal with local area costs. 4. A compensation benefit package generally includes combination of various benefits that employer plans to provide the employees....
Astronomy > General Astronomy
$1.00Past due what is the change in the rotational angular velocity of Phobos? Phobos is a small moon of Mars. For the purpose of the following problem, assume that Phobos has a mass of 5.8x10^15 kg and that it has a shape of a uniform sphere of radius 7.5x10^3 m. Suppose that a meteroid strikes Phobos 5.0x10^3 m off center and remains stuck. If the momentum of the meteroid was 3x10^13 kgm/s before impact and the mass of the meteroid is negligible compared with the mass of Phobos, what is the change in the rotational angular velocity of Phobos?
Astronomy > Elementary Astrophysics
$6.00Past due Astronomy Query Select all that apply. Which is the following statements is true? A. Since Venus is closer to the sun than Earth, its surface was hotter and consequently its water vapor could not condense into oceans, but instead remained atmospheric. Since water vapor is a greenhouse gas, this increased Venus's surface temperature. B. Since Venus did not have standing water to help incorporate its atmospheric carbon dioxide into rocks, it remained atmospheric. Since carbon dioxide is a greenhouse gas, this increased...
Astronomy > The Solar System
$5.00Past due Astronomy expert only 1. Suppose you are sailing in the Pacific on July 7 and observe Vega (RA = 18h35m, dec. = +39°) at the zenith. Your GMT clock reads 8:55 am. a) What is Vega's HA? b) What is the local sidereal time? c) What is the RA of the Sun? d) What is the HA of the Sun? e) What is the local solar time? f) What is your longitude? g) What is your latitude? h) Look at a map; where are you? 2.Suppose you am observing from the Cerro Tololo Interamerican Observatory in Chile (CTIO; lat. 30°S, long. 71°W) on May...
Astronomy > General Astronomy
$10.00Past due 20 multiple choice astronomy questions 20 multiple choice astronomy questions
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$10.00Past due SkyGazer software to help you plan anot SkyGazer software to help you plan another observation. This time when you go outside, look for the plane of the Milky Way in the sky . Then, in a 2-3 paragraph essay, describe what you saw, and compare it to what you think ancient people would have seen. Would you have called it "the Milky Way," or might you have chosen a different name? How does what we see in the sky compare with our current knowledge of the Galaxy’s structure?
Astronomy > The Milky Way Galaxy
$10.00Past due SkyGazer software to help you plan anot SkyGazer software to help you plan another observation. This time when you go outside, look for the plane of the Milky Way in the sky . Then, in a 2-3 paragraph essay, describe what you saw, and compare it to what you think ancient people would have seen. Would you have called it "the Milky Way," or might you have chosen a different name? How does what we see in the sky compare with our current knowledge of the Galaxy’s structure?
Astronomy > The Milky Way Galaxy
$55.00Past due The Astronomy parts we missed last week For john
Astronomy > General Astronomy
$55.00Past due The Astronomy parts we missed last week For john
Astronomy > General Astronomy
$20.00Past due Black Holes, what we know and we still have no clue. This essay is 8 pages long with over 2,000 words.  Cover black holes and addresses what is known but what we still need to discover.  Paper has references and in-text citations.
Astronomy > General Astronomy
$60.00Past due Basic Astrology Chart Reading Horoscope Perfect reading - Complete Report Basic Astrology Chart Reading Horoscope Perfect reading - Complete Report Basic Astrology Chart Reading Horoscope Perfect reading Please message me for more detail and providing relevant information.   Hi!       If you want to know about yourself, personality, disease pattern, lifestyle, career, your marital relationship, please let me know the following:   - Date of Birth   - Place of Birth (latitude and longitude if you can figure out or else place of birth is enough)   -...
Astronomy > General Astronomy
$60.00Past due Basic Astrology Chart Reading Horoscope Perfect reading - Complete Report Basic Astrology Chart Reading Horoscope Perfect reading Hi!   If you want to know about yourself, personality, disease pattern, lifestyle, career, your marital relationship, please let me know the following: - Date of Birth - Place of Birth (latitude and longitude if you can figure out or else place of birth is enough) - Time of birth (Please give me GMT time as well as local time) Based on the above, I should be able to tell you the following: - Personal appearance, Character - Mind, Health...
Astronomy > General Astronomy
$7.50Past due SCI 151 ASTRONOMY DQS 1-5 WEEK 5   1. Do you believe Mars might have harbored life in the past? Explain. 2. In your opinion, is life on Earth unique? Explain why or why not. 3. Do you believe other stars have planets with atmospheres similar to Earth’s? Explain. 4. What do you believe is intelligence? Does it exist outside of Earth? Explain. 5. Do you think humans will ever participate in interstellar flight? Explain.  
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$7.50Past due SCI 151 ASTRONOMY DQS 1-5 WEEK 4   Does the fact that the entire galaxy was involved in bringing forth life on Earth change your perspective of Earth or life in any way? Explain. 2. How did the Big Bang go from being an idea to a theory? Explain. 3. How are the cycles of matter on Earth and in the galaxy similar? 4. What evidence have astronomers found that support the theory that the universe will continue to expand forever? 5. What is dark energy and dark matter? How will they affect the future of the universe?  
Astronomy > General Astronomy
$7.50Past due SCI 151 ASTRONOMY DQS 1-5 WEEK 3   How would a better understanding of the Sun help us understand the threat created by greenhouse gas emissions? How could these observations be carried out? Is a visible light telescope on Earth or in space enough to determine how the atmosphere and the Sun interact? 2. How are sunspot numbers determined and linked to short-term climate change? Is there evidence that sunspots are related to other phenomena, such as stock market cycles or clothing styles? Explain. 3. What forms of nonrenewable...
Astronomy > General Astronomy
$7.50Past due SCI 151 ASTRONOMY DQS 1-5 WEEK 2     What is one observation that has led to our modern theory of solar system formation? Explain. 2. What celestial body do you believe Pluto to be? Explain your answer. 3. How will geological processes affect the evidence of our civilization for future archaeologies or alien   If the asteroid impact 65 million years ago had not occurred, how do you think our planet would be different? 5. What do you believe other solar systems to be like in our universe?   visitors in the...
Astronomy > General Astronomy
$7.50Past due SCI 151 ASTRONOMY DQS WEEK 1   1. When looking at the night sky, you can see the light of different stars. If one star looks brighter than another, is it necessarily brighter? Explain. 2. In ancient times, Egyptians thought that the combined light of the Sun and the brightest star in the nighttime sky, Sirius, created summer heat. Today, many believe this heat is caused by our closeness to the Sun for part of the year. What can you point out that proves this to be a misconception? 3. Astronomical discoveries are imperative...
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$0.50Past due Which of the following is not one of nor follows Kepler's Law Which of the following is not one of, nor follows directly from, Kepler's laws? A) As a planet moves around its orbit, it sweeps out equal areas in equal times. B) The orbit of each planet about the Sun is an ellipse with the Sun at one focus. ___,.. C) The force of attraction between any two objects decreases with the square of the distance between their centers. D) More distant planets move at slower speeds. E) A planet travels faster when it is nearer to the Sun and slower when it is farther from...
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