Astronomical Diagrams (Slide Set Number 114)
 
 Part I
  • Slide 1: Ptolemic System
  • Slide 2: Comparative size of sun and planets
  • Slide 3: Solar and lunar eclipse circumstances (Missing)
  • Slide 4: Solar eclipses (total, annular) (Missing)
  • Slide 5: Kepler's 2nd law (equal areas) (Missing)
  • Slide 6: Radiant point of meteor shower
  • Slide 7: Meteor triangulation problem
  • Slide 8: Paralactic displacement of a star (Missing)
  • Slide 9: Stars: Real motion/proper motion
  • Slide 10: Absolute magnitude/apparent magnitude
  • Slide 11: Spherical observation of light
  • Slide 12: Chromatic aberration of light
  • Slide 13: Simple refractor looking at object at infinity
  • Slide 14: Newtonian type telescope
  • Slide 15: Cassegrainian type telescope
Part II
  • Slide 1: Positional relationship of sun to galaxy center
  • Slide 2: Sunspot cycle 1780-1880
  • Slide 3: How to approximate height of lunar crater walls and mountains
  • Slide 4: Comparative sizes of various stars and sun
  • Slide 5: Orbit of double star
  • Slide 6: Diagram shows retrograde motion of mars (1971) (Missing)
  • Slide 7: General magnetic field: earth
  • Slide 8: Various parts of a comet
  • Slide 9: Comet's path near sun: increase in tail
  • Slide 10: Components of comet's tail
  • Slide 11: Orbit of Halley's comet
  • Slide 12: Elementary conic sections
  • Slide 13: Planetary symbols
  • Slide 14: Signs of zodiac
  • Slide 15: Letters of Greek alphabet
Part III
  • Slide 1: Earth's structure: outer and inner crust, mantle and core (Missing)
  • Slide 2: Earth's tides
  • Slide 3: Layers of Earth's atmosphere
  • Slide 4: Van Allen radiation belts
  • Slide 5: Foucault pendulum
  • Slide 6: Tilt of Earth's axis producing seasons
  • Slide 7: Solar-terrestrial relationships when the sun produces violent activity (flares)
  • Slide 8: Auroral zones
  • Slide 9: Lunar synodic and sidereal periods (period difference)
  • Slide 10: Moon's orbit (ellipse)
  • Slide 11: Atmospheric layers and interior of sun
  • Slide 12: Relationship between apparent and mean sun
  • Slide 13: Tropical or calendar year vs. sidereal
  • Slide 14: Altitude and azimuth system of coordinates
  • Slide 15: Right ascension and declination
Part IV
  • Slide 1: Egyptian solar system
  • Slide 2: Tychonic solar system
  • Slide 3: Copernican solar system
  • Slide 4: Earth, sun and four positions of an inferior planet
  • Slide 5: Orbital positions of a superior planet
  • Slide 6: Surface temperatures of planets
  • Slide 7: Transit of Mercury across the surface of the sun
  • Slide 8: Transit of Venus across the face of the sun
  • Slide 9: Phases of Venus
  • Slide 10: Difference between mean solar time and solar time
  • Slide 11: Three types of spectra (Missing)
  • Slide 12: Atmospheric refraction of star's image
  • Slide 13: Travel at speed of light
  • Slide 14: Altitude and azimuth system of coordinates
  • Slide 15: Right ascension and declination

Part V (Missing)

Part VI
  • Slide 1: Sun: 24 hour period of no setting
  • Slide 2: Diurnal circles of sun
  • Slide 3: Orbits of Mars and Earth
  • Slide 4: Circumstances of Jupiter's satellites
  • Slide 5: Saturn's rings as seen from Earth
  • Slide 6: Solar system's path in galaxy
  • Slide 7: Meteors hitting the Earth's atmosphere
  • Slide 8: Zodiacal light
  • Slide 9: Lunar libration clouds
  • Slide 10: Diurnal circles made by stars
  • Slide 11: Orion: 3 depictions
  • Slide 12: Star designation: 3 ways
  • Slide 13: Doppler shift in spectra: red and blue opposite shifts (Missing)
  • Slide 14: Color index of stars
  • Slide 15: Eclipsing binary light curves: orbital and size circumstances
 
 

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