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  • the atoms are shaken by random thermal motion, the moving charge of the electrons causes them to emit a changing electromagnetic field. In general, the
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  • Solar wind sometimes rages into a "storm" of charged particles (mostly electrons and protons) that can affect, disturb or even incapacitate satellites
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  • reasonable to expect that there are many subatomic charged particles (mostly electrons and protons) orbiting around or falling into black holes. When they do
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  • hot and energetic for electrons to stay connected to the protons to form normal atoms. Instead, there is a mixture of free electrons and protons in a kind
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  • collapse is great enough to crush even the Earth-sized white dwarf, pushing electrons into protons to form neutrons and so liberate vast amounts of space. Thus
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  • the pressure is so high that the hydrogen atoms are broken up and the electrons are freed so that the resulting atoms consist of bare protons. This produces
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  • that of matter stars, because the anti-photon is the same as the photon. Astronomy studies the flow of energy, and forces. Energy comes primarily from two
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  • and how they are used to measure distances, in a later chapter, General Astronomy/The Death of High Mass Stars). This makes them very useful for measuring
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  • measured this way have led to a greater mystery discussed in General Astronomy/Current Unsolved Mysteries. If the core ends up with a mass more than
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  • Astronomy in X-rays has specific challenges that do not affect other wavelengths. Earth's atmosphere is opaque to X-rays, which means that astronomy in
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  • M. Slipher (1915). "Spectrographic Observations of Nebulae". Popular Astronomy 23: 21-24. http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/1915PA.....23...21S.  G. J.
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  • electricity and magnetism are communicated between other particles, such as the electrons associated with an atom. Depending on the circumstances under which it
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  • temperatures, this material exists in a state called plasma, in which electrons have been stripped from their parent nuclei. The Sun's composition is
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  • pdf&code=bf20232f82b7d67f13924f0d065b8fde Absolute Astronomy. http://www.absoluteastronomy.com/topics/Electron_crystallography 2009 New York Structural Biology
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  • illustrates the concept of emission due to the electronic transition of electrons orbiting the nucleus of an atom. It should be noted that even though this
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  • originally formulated, is the electron shell structure of atoms. An electrically neutral atom contains bound electrons equal in number to the protons
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  • Sarajedini, P. Seitzer (2003). "Galaxy flow in the Canes Venatici I cloud". Astronomy and Astrophysics 398: 467–477. doi:10.1051/0004-6361:20021598. http://adsabs
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  • an amalgam of interdisciplinary topics, ranging from biology, geology, astronomy, chemistry to planetary sciences, paleontology and physics. Astrobiology
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  • all points in space, you get an infinite quantity, thus giving rise to electron-positron creation and annihilation. When these particles are created at
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  • question, and a basic part of our grasp of the universe itself. To study astronomy, it’s essential to understand what’s out there, how everything relates
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