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  • Green astronomy is a lecture and an article as part of the astronomy course on the principles of radiation astronomy. You are free to take this quiz based
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  • are common when studying the Sun. Green astronomy also studies green sources and objects. Green has a wavelength range of approximately
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  • healthier it is (for example, it is healthier to choose deep green spinach over light green lettuce). Toronto Notes 2005 The Canada Food Guide is for those
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  • background, procedures, findings, and interpretation. Astronomy/Quiz Green astronomy/Quiz Introduction to the Planets Planetary science/Quiz Radiation
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  • produced a ghostly glow that could be seen at visible wavelengths (red, green, and violet). The vivid colors, caused by collisions between Io's atmospheric
    17 KB (1,843 words) - 01:31, 30 January 2016
  • indicator of features in a diagram. Cyan astronomy is astronomy in the blue-green portion of the visible spectrum, a wavelength range of 476-495 nm. Perhaps
    102 KB (11,714 words) - 03:06, 1 February 2016
  • current era and perhaps before 6,000 b2k which classical planet may have been green? 24. Which of the following is not a phenomenon usually associated with
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  • (PC-2) with its F492M filter among others for green astronomy. 21. Which of the following are green radiation astronomy phenomena associated with
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  • center of the image. The colors indicate X-ray energy bands - red (low), green (medium), and blue (high)." "Although best known for its visible-light
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  • cause allergies) tend to bloom at the same time as ragweeds (which have green, non-showy flowers, and do cause allergies). In Integrated Pest Management
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  • cyan in color." Green objects or emission lines in the green portion of the visible spectrum are the subject of green astronomy. "Carroll
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  • from this section. A particular media item is dynamically selected each day to feature on pages related to this subject. At the side of this page there
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  • Sol passes overhead every day in most locations on the surface of the Earth. The Sun moves across the sky during the day time only. An entity or two may
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  • bump at 0.5 ยต in the green wavelength range, which implies that plants appear green". Being outside in the day light to look upward when
    112 KB (11,941 words) - 04:12, 3 February 2016
  • respectively. These photopsins have absorption maxima for yellowish-green (photopsin I), green (photopsin II), and bluish-violet light (photopsin III)." Cyanolabe
    99 KB (11,055 words) - 03:19, 1 February 2016
  • Malachite is a green mineral occurring on Earth. It gets its green color from the presence of copper as copper(II) carbonate. "Green earth is a natural
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  • image uses data from IRAC showing light of 3.6 microns (blue), 4.5 microns (green), 5.8 microns (orange) and 8.0 microns (red)." "Combined observations
    104 KB (11,835 words) - 03:10, 1 February 2016
  • Saturn is studied using gaseous-object astronomy. "Saturday is the day of Saturn, and the color of Saturn, according to astronomers, is said to be black"
    123 KB (14,554 words) - 04:12, 30 January 2016
  • (>150 miles) yellowish green at lower altitude (60-150 miles) colors due to emission by atomic oxygen more commonly occurs on day side of geomagnetic pole
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  • background, procedures, findings, and interpretation. Astronomy/Quiz Green astronomy/Quiz Planetary science/Quiz Radiation astrochemistry/Quiz Radiation
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