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Astronomy Exam #2

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Causes the twinkling effect sometimes seen with stars.
A luminous solid, liquid, or dense gas emits radiation at all wavelengths to produce this type of spectra.
The wavelength of peak emission is inversely related to this.
Most well-known space telescope.
Using two or more telescopes at the same time to increase the baseline distance.
Even mountaintop observatories can't see much at this wavelength.
The name of the x-ray observatory currently orbiting Earth.
Radio telescopes must be "tuned" to different ones of these.
This nebula looks like an animal that you ride.
The measurement of brightness of a star.
German scientist who studied spectroscopy
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Very large, non-movable radio telescope located in Puerto Rico.
Observing this longer wavelength allows us to see many things that are not able to be seen in the visible spectrum.
Visible light is strongly absorbed by this type of dust.
This observatory has a cool radome over the telescope.
Considered the father of radio astronomy.
None of this type of radiation reaches the ground, so we must observe it from space-based platforms.
Now used to collect images instead of photographic plates.
What is created when incoming radiation is split into its component wavelengths.
Scientist who studied motion-induced frequency change in a wave.