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Separations Close protests seem to move more than far items against a removed skyline. Trigonometric parallax is utilized to quantify separation to close stars. Parallax time A r y Earth's circle d far off stars time B close stars
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Separations

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Near articles seem to move more than far items against an inaccessible skyline. Trigonometric parallax is utilized to gauge separation to close stars. Parallax time A r y Earth’s circle d removed stars time B close stars

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Stellar separations are contrarily corresponding to the parallax point. Earth’s span settled Define separation by point The parsec (pc) is the separation that would bring about one circular segment second of parallax. 1 pc = 3.086 ï‚\' 10 16 m 1 pc = 2.06 ï‚\' 10 5 AU Parsec

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Near Stars The Hipparcos satellite measured parallax of 118,000 stars. Determination: 0.001 circular segment second and 0.2% radiance. Gaia dispatches in 2011 to quantify 10 9 stars in the universe Arcturus 11.3 pc (ESA)

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The Hipparcos information gives exceptionally exact separations. Use for supreme extents Precise HR outline Distant stars can be fit on the fundamental arrangement. Measure iridescence and clear extent Spectroscopic Parallax

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Spectroscopic parallax accept stars on the primary grouping. Better to normal stars at the same separation Globular groups are thick with 100,000 stars in a 20-100 pc locale with under 0.3 pc isolating the stars. Open bunches have a tendency to be littler and more youthful. Star Clusters

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Type I Clusters Hot youthful stars Lots of gas and dust Abundant in overwhelming components Active star development Type II Clusters Old red stars No gas and dust Few substantial components No star arrangement, simply old stars Cluster Types

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Standard Candle Up to 30 pc separation is measured with parallax. Less assurance to 300 pc Longer separations by spectroscopic parallax The best measure of expansive separations are variable stars. Glow specifically identified with the period.

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Thermal movement in a star relates the rate to potential vitality. Spiral weight waves move at the velocity of sound. The time of vibration is contrarily corresponding to the square base of the thickness. Vibrational Modes

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Cepheid variables are gigantic moderately cool stars. ~ 4 to 15 M  Color order F to K The period and evident glow focus the separation. Thickness ~ 10 - 3 kg/m 3 Vibrational period ~ 10 6 s Cepheid Variables

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RR Lyrae variables are brief period white variables. ~ 1 M  Color arrangement A These are sort I stars. Found in globular groups Useful for galactic separations Density ~ 10 kg/m 3 Vibrational period ~ 4 ï‚\' 10 4 s RR Lyrae Variables

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Variables in M3 RR Lyrae stars in one evening breach

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Cepheid and RR Lyrae stars fall in a limited band on the HR chart. Precariousness strip Not on primary succession As stars go through band they waver. Precariousness Strip

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The sun is in a cosmic system called the Milky Way. Seen as a diffuse band Millions of stars in a telescope The Milky Way is thicker in a few headings. Shows up as a band over the sky Band of Stars

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Disk The band of the Milky Way is the same perspective a viewer would have sitting inside a plate of stars. This circle has sort I stars with gas and dust. sun top perspective side perspective

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Halo Astronomers measure the separation to globular bunches. Sort II globular groups are in a circle around one point. This circle is the galactic corona. The focal point of the circle is the focal point of the world. sun globular groups

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Size and Shape To see the system from inside, we measure the separation to globular bunches measure dispersions of hydrogen gas in the circle. The Milky Way is 50,000 pc crosswise over with a focal lump. The stars bunch in arms.

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Galactic Structure The galactic core is brilliant and gigantic. It is clouded by the dust of the galactic circle. The Milky Way is most likely like M83. .:tslides

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