Galaxies (Slide Set Number 106)
 
  • Slide 1: Galaxy types classified according to shape (Missing)
  • Slide 2: Table of general comparative galactic properties: type, size, mass, luminosity, color, etc;
  • Slide 3: The Hubble classification of galaxies (Missing)
  • Slide 4: Hypothetical formation of spiral arms from irregular clouds on interstellar material (Missing)
  • Slide 5: The local group of galaxies (Missing)
  • Slide 6: Approximate distance of selected clusters of galaxies from Milky Way Galaxy (Missing)
  • Slide 7: Face-on view of an idealized spiral galaxy
  • Slide 8: Edge-on view of an idealized spiral galaxy (Missing)
  • Slide 9: Increase in star density with increasing distance from the sun to the limits of the Galaxy
  • Slide 10: Evidence for spiral structure of Milky Way Galaxy as deduced from optical observations
  • Slide 11: Radio map of the Milky Way Galaxy showing several spiral arms (Missing)
  • Slide 12: Effect of differential rotation of the galaxy on radial velocities of the stars (Missing)
  • Slide 13: Distribution of Galactic (open) cluster in the Milky Way Galaxy (Missing)
  • Slide 14: Hertzsprung-Russell (HR) Diagram showing evolutionary tracks of several star clusters (Missing)
  • Slide 15: Distribution of Globular clusters in the Milky Way Galaxy (Missing)
  • Slide 16: H-R diagram of Messier 3 (Missing)
  • Slide 17: Distribution of Nebulae in the Milky Way Galaxy (Missing)
  • Slide 18: Positions of radio sources around a typical peculiar radio galaxy (Missing)
  • Slide 19: Diagram of the radio image of galaxy NGC 5128 (Missing)
  • Slide 20: Radio image of quasar 3C 47 (Missing)
  • Slide 21: Brightness changes in 3C 273 over several years (Missing)
  • Slide 22: Map of sky near NGC 520 showing four quasars in nearly straight line extending southwest from the exploding galaxy suggesting a link between quasars and exploding galaxies
  • Slide 23: Graphic representation of NGC 4319 (an exploding galaxy) and the quasar markarian 205 showing physical connection between the two
  • Slide 24: Illustration showing NGC 4319 and quasar Markarian 205 as companions and as unconnected objects
 
 

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