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Starry Night Assignments

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Astronomy 104: Starry Night Assignment 2 (Estimated time for completion between 1-2 hours) PRINT OUT AND TURN IN ANSWERS ON THESE SHEETS 1. Open up Starry Night College . 2. Find the Sky Guide tab along the left side of the main sky window. 3. Click on ‘Student Exercises’. Go to the lessons labeled ‘F – The Stars’. The lessons you will cover in this assignment are F1 (Our Star, The Sun), F2 (Stellar Parallax), F3 (Proper Motions of the Stars), F4 (Inverse-square Law: Apparent Brightness and Luminosity) and F6 (The Hertzsprung-Russell Diagram). Some of these questions require calculations, so be sure to show your reasoning. 4. Run and carry out the F1 lesson (Our Star, The Sun) assignment and answer the ques-tions. Fill in each blank with the letter of the correct answer of the multiple-choice ques-tions you are asked in the lesson. Add a sentence or two describing how you came to your answer. You need to be on-line to answer some of these questions.

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