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Jupiter Transit
Jupiter Transit in Cancer/ Guru Transit in Karka Rashi on June 19, 2014: Vedic Astrology Transits
Jupiter in Cancer/ Guru in Karka Rashi–
Jupiter/ GurЕ«/ Guru moves to Cancer/ Karkaб№a RДЃЕ›i/ Karka Rashi on June 19, 2014 in the scheme of Vedic astrology/ Jyotiб№Јa/ Jyotisha
transits/ Gochara, which is also its sign of exaltation, and will therefore alter the impact of its energies for the people of various Ascendants/ Lagnas,
Moon Signs/ CaГ±dra RДЃЕ›i/ Chandra or Janma Rashi and ДЂrЕ«бёЌha/ Arudha Lagna accordingly.
Outer planets–
The outer or the slow moving planets are a significant, even overarching presence in any horoscope in Vedic astrology and their transits also represent
considerable shifts in energies and Karma which influence us at ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
The Dig of the Graha shows the direction indicated by the planet and since Jupiter is all about perspective and wisdom, it has Digbala in the Lagna
which indicates the head and the personality.
The other Graha related to rationality and intelligence, Budha/ Mercury also attains 100% Digbala/ directional strength in the Lagna for this very reason.
Exalted GurЕ«/ Guru in the Lagna should be considered with reference to the horoscope of BhagwДЃna ЕљrД« RДЃma/ Bhagwan Shri Rama who had
Gurū/ Guru exalted in the natal Lagna in the Rāśi/ Rashi Chakra. So with this transit, the message from the Jātaka/ Jataka of the Viṣṇu
AvatДЃra/ Vishnu Avatara, or the teaching is that we must aspire to the highest morality and the highest value system. Cancer Ascendant will do well
to abide by this.
The position might be different for those who have Karkaб№a ДЂrЕ«бёЌha Lagna/ Karka Arudha in the RДЃЕ›i Chakra because some
misconceptions about the world of MДЃya/ Maya if existing, will be quickly dispensed with by this Gochara.
ДЂrЕ«бёЌha Padas are about creation, and reflection of the qualities harboured by the various BhДЃvas/ Bhavas/ houses when reckoned from the
Lagna. Jupiter is not really about creation but about preservation and sustenance and so in Karka ДЂrЕ«бёЌha Lagna there will some confrontation
with the truth which will be required but then Jupiter will furnish tremendous energies for the upliftment of the social and financial persona in society
during this transit.
Simha Lagna/
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The Science Of Space Probes
Space probes are our doorway to the rest of our solar system, allowing us to find new information about our universe. Space probes travel to other
planets, moons, comets, and any other body in space. Voyager 1 and Voyager 2 are also traveling outside of our solar system in order to further explore.
As the space probes travel, and once they reach their destination, they constantly measure the environment around them with extremely interesting
scientific instruments. Many space probes have been launched by NASA, the US National Aeronautics and Space Administration, and each one has
different equipment based on what is intended to be studied. Five extremely interesting space probes with fascinating scientific instruments are Voyager
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The Planetary Radio Astronomy (PRA) listens to radio signals produced by the sun and planets, while the Plasma Wave Investigation (PWS) essentially
works like the PRA, but only listens for audio frequencies and frequencies slightly above audible. The last instrument is IRIS (Infrared Interferometer
Spectrometer and Radiometer), which actually acts as three instruments. It acts a thermometer, measuring the heat objects emit, as well as, determining
when certain elements or compounds are in an atmosphere or surface and using a separate radiometer to measure the amount of sunlight reflected by a
body. All of these scientific instruments helped the voyagers study the outer planets, and will continue to help scientists learn about interstellar space.
Despite the fact that both voyagers were built the same with all of these components, they are slightly different. As mentioned before, different
instruments for each probe are disabled or broken, but they also had different missions when they were launched. Voyager 1 was supposed to study
Jupiter, Saturn, and Saturn's moon Titan. However, Voyager 2 was supposed to study Saturn, Neptune, and Uranus. Both were later extended to study
the interstellar medium. Voyager 2 was also launched after Voyager 1. Voyager 1 launched on August 20, 1977, and Voyager
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Pt1420 Unit 3 Lab Questions
1.One of four moons that contain basic elements of liquid, heat and nutrients which could potentially be habitable.
2.The presence of a magnetic field means that there is some type of internal heat source along with a liquid ocean making the idea of habitability
possible below the surface.
3.Serves as a model for what are known as water–world extrasolar planets with a deep liquid ocean that doesn't contact the silicate underneath due to a
layer of ice.
4.Locked in 1:2:4 orbital cycle with Europa and Io. For every single orbit of Ganymede, Europa orbits Jupiter 2 times and Io orbits 4 times.
5.Radius of 1,637 miles making it the largest moon in the Solar system
6.Has old terrain which has many craters and seems to have been changed due
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The Roles Of The Greek And Roman Gods
Have you ever wondered why an entire empire would worship mythical beings? "To a degree, the Greek and Roman mythological heroes are just the
first superheroes. They appeal to children for much the same reason. These gods and heroes may have powers, but they get angry and they do the
wrong thing. They are human too." The Roman gods had many different jobs and abilities during the Roman Empire. Rome had lots of gods, but their
major gods were worshipped the most because of their power. They were patrons of different things that they specialized in. People would pray, and
offer sacrifices to their patrons to help them (Major Roman Gods, 2017). The Romans sacrificed to the gods for lots of different things, not just
patrons. They brought treasures to military gods after each battle for thanks in their victory (Major Roman Gods, 2017). They also sacrificed to the
gods before important events so the gods would guide them through it. The important Roman gods were worshipped for their power and the assistance
they could give to people that presented acceptable tributes. Jupiter was worshipped because he was the king of the gods, and he controlled the sky.
Jupiter could strike people down with lightning bolts. It was said that any who did evil would be punished by him. Jupiter was made a part of the
First and Second Triads of Rome (Wasson, 2017). The Romans made him a part of both triads so he would watch over them just as the other two
gods that were a part of it did. Romans
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Elements And Events That Affect A Planetary Body
Geologic activity is basically the internal and external processes and events that affect a planetary body. Geologic activity forms different things on
planets specifically Earth. Water, ice, wind, weathering, erosion all are factors in geologic activity. One recent study that has found geologic activity on
the moon was the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO). The LRO showed the Moon's crust being stretched, forming valleys in some small areas on the
lunar surface. Scientists believe that the moon is in a general state of contraction because of cooling of a still hot interior. The weak contraction
suggests that the Moon, unlike the terrestrial planets, did not completely melt in the early stages of its evolution.
The four smaller inner planets, Mercury, Venus (Links to an external site.), Earth (Links to an external site.) and Mars (Links to an external site.), are
terrestrial planets (Links to an external site.), being primarily composed of rock and metal. The four outer planets are giant planets (Links to an external
site.), being substantially more massive than the terrestrials. The two largest, Jupiter and Saturn (Links to an external site.), are gas giants (Links to an
external site.), being composed mainly of hydrogen (Links to an external site.) and helium (Links to an external site.); the two outermost planets,
Uranus (Links to an external site.) and Neptune (Links to an external site.), are ice giants (Links to an external site.), being composed mostly of
substances
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Jupiter Transit

  • 1. Jupiter Transit Jupiter Transit in Cancer/ Guru Transit in Karka Rashi on June 19, 2014: Vedic Astrology Transits Jupiter in Cancer/ Guru in Karka Rashi– Jupiter/ GurЕ«/ Guru moves to Cancer/ Karkaб№a RДЃЕ›i/ Karka Rashi on June 19, 2014 in the scheme of Vedic astrology/ Jyotiб№Јa/ Jyotisha transits/ Gochara, which is also its sign of exaltation, and will therefore alter the impact of its energies for the people of various Ascendants/ Lagnas, Moon Signs/ CaГ±dra RДЃЕ›i/ Chandra or Janma Rashi and ДЂrЕ«бёЌha/ Arudha Lagna accordingly. Outer planets– The outer or the slow moving planets are a significant, even overarching presence in any horoscope in Vedic astrology and their transits also represent considerable shifts in energies and Karma which influence us at ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The Dig of the Graha shows the direction indicated by the planet and since Jupiter is all about perspective and wisdom, it has Digbala in the Lagna which indicates the head and the personality. The other Graha related to rationality and intelligence, Budha/ Mercury also attains 100% Digbala/ directional strength in the Lagna for this very reason. Exalted GurЕ«/ Guru in the Lagna should be considered with reference to the horoscope of BhagwДЃna ЕљrД« RДЃma/ Bhagwan Shri Rama who had GurЕ«/ Guru exalted in the natal Lagna in the RДЃЕ›i/ Rashi Chakra. So with this transit, the message from the JДЃtaka/ Jataka of the Viṣṇu AvatДЃra/ Vishnu Avatara, or the teaching is that we must aspire to the highest morality and the highest value system. Cancer Ascendant will do well to abide by this. The position might be different for those who have Karkaб№a ДЂrЕ«бёЌha Lagna/ Karka Arudha in the RДЃЕ›i Chakra because some misconceptions about the world of MДЃya/ Maya if existing, will be quickly dispensed with by this Gochara. ДЂrЕ«бёЌha Padas are about creation, and reflection of the qualities harboured by the various BhДЃvas/ Bhavas/ houses when reckoned from the Lagna. Jupiter is not really about creation but about preservation and sustenance and so in Karka ДЂrЕ«бёЌha Lagna there will some confrontation with the truth which will be required but then Jupiter will furnish tremendous energies for the upliftment of the social and financial persona in society during this transit. Simha Lagna/
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  • 3. The Science Of Space Probes Space probes are our doorway to the rest of our solar system, allowing us to find new information about our universe. Space probes travel to other planets, moons, comets, and any other body in space. Voyager 1 and Voyager 2 are also traveling outside of our solar system in order to further explore. As the space probes travel, and once they reach their destination, they constantly measure the environment around them with extremely interesting scientific instruments. Many space probes have been launched by NASA, the US National Aeronautics and Space Administration, and each one has different equipment based on what is intended to be studied. Five extremely interesting space probes with fascinating scientific instruments are Voyager 1,... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The Planetary Radio Astronomy (PRA) listens to radio signals produced by the sun and planets, while the Plasma Wave Investigation (PWS) essentially works like the PRA, but only listens for audio frequencies and frequencies slightly above audible. The last instrument is IRIS (Infrared Interferometer Spectrometer and Radiometer), which actually acts as three instruments. It acts a thermometer, measuring the heat objects emit, as well as, determining when certain elements or compounds are in an atmosphere or surface and using a separate radiometer to measure the amount of sunlight reflected by a body. All of these scientific instruments helped the voyagers study the outer planets, and will continue to help scientists learn about interstellar space. Despite the fact that both voyagers were built the same with all of these components, they are slightly different. As mentioned before, different instruments for each probe are disabled or broken, but they also had different missions when they were launched. Voyager 1 was supposed to study Jupiter, Saturn, and Saturn's moon Titan. However, Voyager 2 was supposed to study Saturn, Neptune, and Uranus. Both were later extended to study the interstellar medium. Voyager 2 was also launched after Voyager 1. Voyager 1 launched on August 20, 1977, and Voyager ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 4. Pt1420 Unit 3 Lab Questions 1.One of four moons that contain basic elements of liquid, heat and nutrients which could potentially be habitable. 2.The presence of a magnetic field means that there is some type of internal heat source along with a liquid ocean making the idea of habitability possible below the surface. 3.Serves as a model for what are known as water–world extrasolar planets with a deep liquid ocean that doesn't contact the silicate underneath due to a layer of ice. 4.Locked in 1:2:4 orbital cycle with Europa and Io. For every single orbit of Ganymede, Europa orbits Jupiter 2 times and Io orbits 4 times. 5.Radius of 1,637 miles making it the largest moon in the Solar system 6.Has old terrain which has many craters and seems to have been changed due ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 5. The Roles Of The Greek And Roman Gods Have you ever wondered why an entire empire would worship mythical beings? "To a degree, the Greek and Roman mythological heroes are just the first superheroes. They appeal to children for much the same reason. These gods and heroes may have powers, but they get angry and they do the wrong thing. They are human too." The Roman gods had many different jobs and abilities during the Roman Empire. Rome had lots of gods, but their major gods were worshipped the most because of their power. They were patrons of different things that they specialized in. People would pray, and offer sacrifices to their patrons to help them (Major Roman Gods, 2017). The Romans sacrificed to the gods for lots of different things, not just patrons. They brought treasures to military gods after each battle for thanks in their victory (Major Roman Gods, 2017). They also sacrificed to the gods before important events so the gods would guide them through it. The important Roman gods were worshipped for their power and the assistance they could give to people that presented acceptable tributes. Jupiter was worshipped because he was the king of the gods, and he controlled the sky. Jupiter could strike people down with lightning bolts. It was said that any who did evil would be punished by him. Jupiter was made a part of the First and Second Triads of Rome (Wasson, 2017). The Romans made him a part of both triads so he would watch over them just as the other two gods that were a part of it did. Romans ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 6. Elements And Events That Affect A Planetary Body Geologic activity is basically the internal and external processes and events that affect a planetary body. Geologic activity forms different things on planets specifically Earth. Water, ice, wind, weathering, erosion all are factors in geologic activity. One recent study that has found geologic activity on the moon was the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO). The LRO showed the Moon's crust being stretched, forming valleys in some small areas on the lunar surface. Scientists believe that the moon is in a general state of contraction because of cooling of a still hot interior. The weak contraction suggests that the Moon, unlike the terrestrial planets, did not completely melt in the early stages of its evolution. The four smaller inner planets, Mercury, Venus (Links to an external site.), Earth (Links to an external site.) and Mars (Links to an external site.), are terrestrial planets (Links to an external site.), being primarily composed of rock and metal. The four outer planets are giant planets (Links to an external site.), being substantially more massive than the terrestrials. The two largest, Jupiter and Saturn (Links to an external site.), are gas giants (Links to an external site.), being composed mainly of hydrogen (Links to an external site.) and helium (Links to an external site.); the two outermost planets, Uranus (Links to an external site.) and Neptune (Links to an external site.), are ice giants (Links to an external site.), being composed mostly of substances ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 7. Neptune: Fastest Gas Planets In The Solar System Neptune Neptune is unique. Neptune is one of the biggest gas planets in the solar system, also it is about the eighth planet that is closest to the sun. Neptune is twice as big as the earth in so many ways, When Neptune was first discovered in 1846, Neptune became the most distant planet in the Solar System. The gentlemen that discovered it was named Johann Gottfried Gann he is a German astronomer that wanted to discover something new and different so him and his team urban le terrier and John Couch Adams. They discovered the planet Neptune and everything that surrounds the planet. The surface of Neptune is very different than most of the planet's surfaces. Neptune has a rocky inner core, which is surrounded by water. The first layer of Neptune is the icy atmosphere, which is mostly hydrogen and also helium. The bluish ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... there wouldn't be any possibly for anything on that planet. The atmosphere of Neptune is mostly the same as the other planets in the Solar System; it mostly consists of hydrogen and helium, with a little amount of methane, water, ammonia and other ices. But unlike the other gas planets in the Solar System, Neptune's atmosphere has a larger proportion of wind and ice. Neptune is known for the bright blue colors and its rings also for the sea god named Poseidon, Neptune is one of the largest gravidity other than Jupiter in the solar system. Another similarity is that Jupiter and Neptune almost have the same red dot on the planet. Both Neptune and Jupiter are in the Outer or Gaseous Planets section of our Solar System–instead of being made of solid rock and liquid like Earth and many of the Inner Planets are, they're made of gas–so there is no solid base for something like a space ship to land on or a person to walk on, you would just fall through the gas and eventually be crushed under the pressure. Both planets have rings–like all the Gaseous Planets, but nothing like the rings of Saturn–they are only small and you can only really see them ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 8. Uranus, The Planet Of Planet Uranus is the seventh planet from the sun, right behind Saturn, and in front of Neptune. Uranus is considered a Jovian planet alongside with Jupiter, Saturn & Neptune. In 1781, a British astronomer named William Hershel discovered the planet of Uranus. Hershel discovered the planet through his 6–inch telescope and thought it moved relative to the star, but noticed it traveled rather slow to be a star of some sort. Hershel originally wanted to name the planet Georgium Sidus, which is Latin for "George's Star". Astronomer Johann Bode suggested to Hershel that he shall name the planet " Uranus" which is the father of Saturn, in that way using the names from ancient mythology is continued on. It's not easy to see Uranus from Earth; you need to have specific equipment to observe it closely. Even through a telescope, Uranus looks like a tiny, bluish, greenish disk. Uranus' distance from the sun is approximately 2.9 billion km, which is about 1.8 billion miles. It has one of the lowest densities of about, on average, 710(kg/m3). As you may already know, there is never a definite explanation on how the planets we see today were formed. There are a couple of theories that explain how it may have come about. 2 theories that are known about are Core accretion and the disk instability method. The core accretion explains the terrestrial planets better rather than giant planets like Uranus. An estimated 4 billion years ago the solar system was a cloud of dust and gas which we know as the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 9. The Solar System : The History Of The Solar System The Solar System The solar system was created 4.6 billion years ago by a gravitational collapse. A solar system is a star that has planets, moons, asteroids, comets, and meteoroids travel around it. The solar system contains eight known planets which are Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter,Saturn, and Neptune. There is around several hundred dwarf plants but only five are currently recognized. The solar system has about 181 moons which orbit around the planets in the solar system. There is also about 150 million asteroids and 3,406 comets also in the solar system. Sun "The sun is the heart of our solar system" (NASA Solar System Exploration) which is located at the center of the solar system. The sun has a radius of 432,168.6 miles. You would need 1.3 million Earths to fill up the sun. But the sun is not the largest star there are several that are much larger. The sun is the closest star to Earth which is around 93 million miles. The sun is like a big ball of gas. "In terms of the number of atoms, it is made of 91.0% hydrogen and 8.9% helium." (NASA Solar System Exploration). But if you measure by mass the sun is made up of "70.6% hydrogen and 27.4% helium." (NASA Solar System Exploration). Gravitational attraction which is made by pressure and temperature in the core holds together the sun. There is three main layers in the sun which are the core, the radiative zone, and the convective zone. Inside the core temperatures can reach 27 million degrees Fahrenheit ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 10. Layers Of The Sun Research Paper Sun: (Colour– Yellowish, Orange, and Red) 1. The sun's gravity is the most powerful one in the solar system. Because, it can hold all the planets in orbit, without them falling down. It's gravity is so big, because the sun is so huge. 2. One million earths could fit into the moon. Precisely, 960,000 earths would be able to have the size of the sun. 3. The sun is a ball of glowing gas, so it's very, very hot. About three fourths of the sun's mass is highly, flammable gas, one fourth is helium, and very small amounts are other chemical elements. 4. The sun's atmosphere has 3 layers: the photosphere, the chromosphere, and the corona. There are no boundaries between the layers of the sun. Mercury: (Colour– Greyish) 1. Mercury is not much ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The rapid rotation flattens the planet slightly, giving it an oblate shape. 3. The Great Red Spot is a huge storm on Jupiter. It has raged for at least 350 years. It is so large that three Earths could fit inside it. 4. Eight spacecraft have visited ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 11. Surface Of Mercury Essay Mercury Surface Mercury is a rocky planet and its surface is full with/of craters and is littered with boulders and pulverized dust. The planet has no day/night atmosphere and this causes temperature swings. The temperatures can range from 90K to 700K. the surface has been inactive , or dead, for approx billions of years. Although this planet is the closest to the sun , some dark places have ice water. It is also the planet with the smallest surface area but it is the most dense. The core account for 42% of its volume. The surface of Mercury has ridges, highlands, mountains,plains, escarpments, and valleys. Mercury was heavily bombarded by asteroids and comets about 3.8 billion years ago. Mercury's craters range in diameter. Some are tiny bowl–shaped cavities, while others are multi–ringed basins that are hundreds of kilometers in diameter. Venus... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... This composition makes the atmospheric pressure more than 90 times heavier than that of Earth. Closest to the surface of Venus is a thick layer of carbon dioxide. The highly reflective nature of Venus's clouds is one reason, as well as its close proximity to our own planet, that it is one of the brightest objects in our sky. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 12. Proserpin The Child Of Perres : The Daughter Of Ceres FIRST DRAFT Have you ever experienced the feeling of hopelessness or anger for something that you could have avoided? A similar case occurred with Proserpina the daughter of Roman goddess Ceres. Ceres is the goddess of agriculture, fertility, and grain crops. Proserpina was taken away from her by the narcissistic King Pluto of the Underworld. Proserpina screeched and yelped for her mother, but not a single being could hear her voice. After being captured, Ceres was petrified and discovered that Jupiter god of thunder, lightning and her ex–husband had planned with Pluto to abduct her lovely daughter. She would soon make a decision that would affect all of humanity and the God of thunder, King of all Gods. To begin with, Jupiter is worried Ceres will never grow agriculture for Earth and it will become desolate. Therefore, Jupiter promises to bring Proserpina to Mount Olympus with her mother. However, this would be a prolonged course of events. During this time, Proserpina feels enraged and melancholy after Pluto captured her. She now lives millions of miles away from her dear mother Ceres. Pluto asserts, "Together, we will enjoy this place and have all the luxuries of the world." He accompanies her to a grand, immense table in the heart the baronial dining room. "I will not eat a single food in this castle until I see my mother with my own eyes", Proserpina claims. King Pluto feels saddened for just a moment. Until he begins eating, and empties his entire plate. Many days pass ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 13. The Importance Of Seeing The Philadelphia Orchestra... Last year I had the privilege of seeing the Philadelphia Orchestra perform Gustav Holst's: The Planets Suite. The piece as a whole is one that pulls the strings of your heart from the first pound to the last mystic moment of silence. It has been a year since I heard the orchestral piece in full, and ever since, I have been awaiting to get an opportunity like that again. It is unfortunately a rare occurance in my generation to feel so strongly about a piece of art. The world is at our fingertips, and yet we have no urge to explore it. According to Gustav, the Planets were a depiction of life and the many stages of its progression. As a young adult and musician this suite inspired a new way of seeing, feeling, and hearing life. Thierry Fischer, a music director at Utah Symphony wrote, "Holst denied that the suite has any connection to the classical Zodiac other than the names and traits of the personified planets, that connection by itself is enough for the music to conjure strong images of the mythological deities associated with each." Mars, the bringer of war, begins with five quiet yet dominant beats in a reverberating 5/4 rhythm. As the movement continues we hear the grinding minor chords, which leaves the ear unsettled. Mars is said to be an obvious illustration of war, the depressing and frightening steady march of soldiers as they walk toward the unknown. Throughout the entire movement there is no clear harmonic release, the chromaticism just sways back and forth. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 14. Business Strategy Business Strategy Introduction In this report I will be investigating what business strategy is all about, its context and terminology and the various issues involved in planning. I will look at the different techniques that can be used in strategic planning and will proceed to carry out an audit on my chosen business (Sega Corporation) using some of these techniques and analyse / evaluate my findings and offer any ideas or recommendations I might have. "Planning means the deliberate and systemic determination of what to do in the future in order to fulfil the organisations mission and meet its objectives, given certain predicted or intended conditions" (Bennett, 1999) (1) Strategic planning is a very important tool when it ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... SWOT is the acronym for "Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats". Strengths and weaknesses exist within the business itself and opportunities and threats are outside the business. Just a few examples of what could be strengths and weaknesses are; customer care, production efficiency, cash flow situation and suitability of premises. Possible opportunities could be; developing new products, mergers or exporting. Threats to the business could be; economic depression or stock market collapse. When preparing for a swot analysis it is a good idea for the firm to do a break down of the contributions of the company's profits from each of the company's divisions, products and other major activities followed by a look at the resources which are devoted to these. The advantage of a SWOT analysis is when weaknesses are identified the knowledge of them can enable a business to avoid future bad decisions even if past ones cannot be rectified. Adding to this also the company can build on the identified strengths and allocate resources more effectively. Important decisions regarding the feasibility of expansion or acquisitions can be made using facts rather than people's opinions in meetings. "The SWOT analysis presents a practical way of assimilating the internal and external information about the business unit, delineating short and long term priorities, and allowing an easy way to build the
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  • 16. The Physics Of The Solar System Formally, classified natural satellites or moons include 176 planetary satellites orbiting six of the eight planets. Of the inner planets, Mercury and Venus have no natural satellites; Earth has one large natural satellite, known as the Moon; and Mars has two tiny natural satellites, Phobos and Deimos. The large gas giant planets have extensive systems of natural satellites, including half a dozen comparable in size to Earth 's Moon. The objects in the solar system are classified foremost by their dynamics and motion, while size and composition are important for secondary classification. The solar system itself is, defined by the orbits of its constituent bodies. Classification by motion is more useful for astronomers. In fact, the dynamics of the solar system were a central issue for early astronomers such as Ptolemy in the second century and Nicholaus Copernicus in the 16th century. In what follows, we introduce different classifications of the planetary moons. 1.2.Classification of motion of natural satellites 1.2.1Classification based on the orbits The natural satellites may be, classified into three categories according to their orbits (Newburn and Gulkis, 1973; Burns, 1986) as follows. Category 1: Regular satellites The regular satellites move prograde in nearly circular orbits in the equatorial plane of the mother planet. This sector of satellites represents the four Galilian satellites of Jupiter, the eight classical satellites of Saturn (from Mimas to Iapetus), ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 17. Lab Report On Solar System Kimberly Greene Dr. Newton Astronomy 1000–Section A August 29, 2017 Lab Report 1–The Solar System During our first lab in Astronomy, we got to develop and perform a hands–on experiment of the overall scale of our Solar System. We got to physically interact by demonstrating and constructing a model of ourSolar System by using a simple tool such as toilet paper. Who knew? We used the toilet paper shown in the pictures as a visual representation to illustrate the overall scale of the Solar System, to show the distance between each individual planet, and to represent the distances of each planet from the Sun. We physically counted out each piece or sheet of toilet paper to reach the destination of which the next or neighboring planet was from its neighboring planet. We started with the Sun, then Mercury, Venus, Earth,Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, until we finally reached our final planet, Neptune. We drew dots to represent each planet. In our lab activity, we created and demonstrated a relative scale model to show how the planets are aligned and the distance between each of them. We created this model, so that we could better understand the overall sizes of each planet and the distances of each of the planets from the Sun. First, we used the model distance formula, which is model distance=0.25 inches/1,391,900 km * actual distance in km. We used this formula to calculate the distance in which each planet lies from the Sun. We found the overall scale distance of each planet ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 18. Friedrich Wilhelm Herschel Discovered Uranus and Moons on... Born in Germany as Friedrich Wilhelm Herschel, it wasn't until his was 30 when he discovered what his true passion was. One night while he was looking at the night sky with his sister Caroline, he discovered Uranus and several of moons around other gas giants. While he was alive, he compiled a catalogue of 2,500 celestial objects that are still being used in today's society. While in his early life he mainly studied music with his sister. His sister, Caroline was the first women to discover a comet, and the first women to get given a paid scientific position and to receive an honorary membership into the Royal Society. William Herschel will come up with the Theory of The Evolution of The Stars. The early years of William Herschel William's ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Every night it was possible, he would sit and watch the stars with his sister Caroline, and his brother Alexander who came from Hanover. If the night was overcast, he would position a watchman should the clouds move, he was to be summoned so he could observe the stars. When the weather permitted he would watch the stars with his sister Caroline, who would record the information. In the daytime, he would monitor the construction of the telescopes, many of which he sold for income to supply for the operation. [1]"His largest instrument, too cumbersome for regular use, had a mirror made of speculum metal, with a diameter of 122 centimeters (48 inches) and a focal length of 12 meters (40 feet). Completed in 1789, it became one of the technical wonders of the 18th century." His support mainly came from his sister, Caroline. Through countless hours of dedication and support from his sister he was able to accomplish much in his lifetime. Contribution's to Astronomy Sir William Herschel accomplished a lot for astronomy. In 1781 he was able to discoverUranus with his own homemade telescope. With the help of his sister, he was also able to discover over 2,500 celestial bodies that are still being used today. It was the first planet discovered that could not be seen with the naked eye. Herschel wanted to name it after the king, but other astronomers did not agree. So they named it ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 19. How Does Neptune Influence Space outermost reigns of where the solar wind and sun's magnetic field dominate space. In September 2007, it crossed the termination shock at 84 AU. (solarsystem.nasa.gov) What was the planet originally named after Neptune was named after a roman god of the sea. Urbain le Verrier discovered it. (coolcosmos.com) How far away is Neptune from the sun? The average distance Neptune is from the sun is 2,795,084,800 miles. The closest Neptune gets to sun is 2,771,087,000 miles. The farthest it gets from the sun is 2,819,080,000 miles. (coolcosmos.com) How long is Neptune orbit–the amount of time it takes for it to go around the sun? Neptune takes 164.79 years to orbit the sun. On July 11,2011 Neptune completed one full orbit. (universeteday.com) How long... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The average temp is –353 degrees Fahrenheit. (space.com) Does Neptune have an atmosphere? If so what is it mostly composed of? Neptune atmosphere by volume is Molecular hydrogen 80%, Helium 19%, Methane 1.5 %, hydrogen deuteride 192 parts per million 7 ethane 1.5 part per million. (space.com) How many moons does Neptune have and facts about them? Neptune has 14 moons the biggest being Triton which slightly smaller than Earths moon. Triton orbits Neptune backward it is the largest moon to do so. On July 15 the 14th moon was discovered and is temperately called S/2004 N 1. Triton is one of the four moons in the solar system to have an atmosphere. Neptune has seven inner moons Naiad, Despina, Galatea, Larissa, S/2004 N 1 and Proteus. (Space.com) Some interesting facts bout Neptune? Third largest planet dealing with mass. It is also the fourth largest planet dealing with diameter. Has the second largest gravity of any planet. Spins quickly on its axis. Neptune has the strongest winds in the solar system. Its surface gravity is almost like Earths. It's also the coldest planet in the solar system. It's a gas like planet. Neptune has five many rings that are Haller, Le Verrier, Lassell, Arago, and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 20. Planet : The Planetary System In The Solar System The only planetary system that is known to man is our solar system. It is made up of nine planets. The nine major planets in our solar system are Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune and Pluto. There are also many other minor planets, which are also in our solar system, but they are unimportant compared to the nine major planets. Mercury, which is the planet that is closest to the sun, is the first and smallest of the inner planets. It is speculated that the heat from the sun made it impossible for the gases present to become part of the planetary formation. The surface of Mercury is extremely hot. It is approximately 470 degrees Celsius on the surface and is thought to be even hotter at the two hot spots. These hot spots are on opposite ends of the equator. It is the heat of the surface that makes it impossible for Mercury to have any type of atmosphere. Mercury orbits the sun once every 88 days and has a true rotation period of 58.6 days. Venus is the second closest planet to the sun and is said to be the most closely resembles toEarth in size, density, and distance from the sun. Most scientists know Venus as the sister planet to the Earth. It is called this because it closely resembles the Earth's mass, density and diameter. The only thing different is that Venus is shrouded in thick clouds that completely hide the surface of the planet. The surface temperature is also much warmer than that of Earth. Venus completes one revolution around the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 21. What Is Shenmue Is Not An Rpg But Free It should be noted that Suzuki has emphasized that Shenmue is not an RPG but FREE. Yes, Free which stands for full reactive eyes entertainment. But the game seems more like a noir PC point and click adventure game that transited into 3D that featuring elements of beat em up, quick time events, and racing into the mix. The game was highly revolutionary at the time for its highly–detailed world and how it let players engage so well in this world which gave non–Japanese players an insight of how things were in the mid–80s in Japan. Still to this day, the game blows my mind away at how much detail was put into 3 GD–Roms! As mentioned before, Ryo's main goal is to search for his father's killer, Lan Di. But there are several subplots that occur throughout the game. He needs to first find any info about the car Lan Di drove and see if anyone knows about it, see if any of the residents knows Chinese, earn some money to go to Hong Kong, stop some thugs that are terrorizing the harbors, and what is behind those Dragon mirrors. In terms of gameplay, its very simple the overall premise is to look for clues by doing certain task, talking to certain people, and looking around the city all this being written inside Ryo's journal as a reference guide throughout the game. The fighting engine in this game is top notch and feels similar to those who have played Virtua Fighter. The forklift racing and motorcycle segments are straight out of Outrun, Virtua Racing, and Hang –On. Finally, the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 22. Venus: Solar System Description: Venus is the hottest planet in the solar system. It also is classified as an inner planet. The planet's size is 3,760 miles. Venus is also known for its volcanoes. The biggest volcano on Venus is Matt Mons. Scientists think Matt Mons is might be erupting. You can't see Venus's surface because it has a super thick atmosphere. It is 67 million miles away from the Sun and is the second planet from the Sun. Venus is also known as "Earth's next door neighbor" or "Earth's twin". In fact, Venus is slightly smaller than Earth. Venus has no moons and is the sixth planet biggest planet in thesolar system. History: Venus was discovered in 1581 BC! One of the first tribes to record Venus's rotation were the Ancient Mayans. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 23. Factors Affecting The Metabolism Before Information... In addition, this theory focuses on building the metabolism before information bearing compounds like RNA, while other theories focus on creating an RNA world first. However, the idea that hydrothermal vents were the hatchery of life can be compatible for both theories. Similar to how the micro–compartments in the vents could have concentration chemicals needed for metabolism to arise, the micro–compartments could have also concentrated products needed for organic synthesis of primitive genetic material (Joyce G.F. 2002). Some RNA world theories were criticized because the chemicals in the ocean would be in too low of a concentration to react readily. Therefore, using hydrothermal vents as a concentrating mechanisms would provide concentrations needed to help endergonic reactions proceed (Martin et al. 2008). To further our understanding of how life could have arisen and the constraints for life, we need to look beyond our planet. A logical choice would be to look at icy worlds that have a similar oceanic climate to the Hadean Ocean. Recent data obtained by the Cassini spacecraft point to Enceladus as a possible location to answer these questions. In 2005, the Cassini spacecraft discovered plumes of water vapor, salts and ice ejected from Saturn's moon Enceladus. This plume was sodium–salt rich and the liquid water showed evidence of having been in contact with rock surfaces (Postburg et al. 2009,2011). In addition to water vapor, salts, and ice, dust particles were also ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 24. The On The Begging Of Time In the begging of time, Spicious created three spherical planets arranged in a triangle. A solid plant where animals land animals lived, a liquid planet where amphibious animals lived, and a gas planet where winged animals lived. All three planets were connected by bridges that were made of pure energy. There was a problem Spicious only allowed humans to travel between the planets the other animals had to stay on theirplanet. Spicious gave all of the animals enough to survive for a period of time but after the resources were depleted the animals would die. If all of the animals died the humans would die because they would not have any meat to eat and the vegetation would die because it would not get enough carbon dioxide. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The humans then moved their way on over to the winged animals and inquired about the problem with them to see if they had a solution. The winged animals then advised that all animals and humans that didn't have wings create winged inventions so that everyone could be transported between the planets. The winged animals plan also had another fault like the rest, no one possessed the knowledge or the materials to make such crafts. Then out of nowhere a human spoke up and suggested that they merge the three planets into one enormous planet. All animals and humans agreed to go through with the human 's plan. The humans then consulted on how to do such a plan and came with the idea of freezing the bridge and then smashing it so it was then connected to the planets. After the bridges were broken the animals would begin to move in circles to make the planets rotate into each other and collide to make the one gargantuan planet that all of them were dreaming of living on. The first action that the humans and land–dwelling animals was to mine on the solid planet. After the solids were mined the humans brought the solids over to the amphibious animals. The amphibious animals then dove into the depths of the planet 's core with the solids to freeze the solids. After the solids were frozen the amphibious animals brought the solids back to the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 25. Essay about tornadoes 1) Why was the use of the telescope by Galileo, 400 years ago, such a significant event in the history of astronomy? (120 words, 2 marks) The introduction of Galileo's refracting telescope was a significant event in history because of the conclusions Galileo proved using his instrument. He disproved the Roman Catholic Church's belief that the Earth was at the centre of the universe, instead of the Sun. He observed the moon–like areas on Venus that could only be true if the Sun was at the centre of the universe. He further discovered that the Moon did not have a smooth surface, but was covered with mountains and craters. Galileo also discovered the four largest moons of Jupiter, reinforcing that the Sun was at the centre of the universe. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... (120 words, 2 marks) There is considerable controversy over some of the earliest fossil evidence for life on Earth, given the extreme difficulty in fossil formation. Fossil formation occurs when the bones of dead organisms are preserved by the elements, particularly sedimentation. It is difficult to find convincing evidence of life at these stages as the earliest forms of life were organisms with soft bodies like algae. These bodies had no hard shell and little internal structure and thus left behind little evidence of their existence. The stromatolite evidence found, dating back to this era, suggest that a consortia of species with diverse metabolic needs existed and competed over resources under hostile conditions, forming the fossils we observe today. 4) What are the main features that are shared by the Solar System's four giant (or jovian) planets? (150 words, 3 marks) The four jovian planets are Jupiter, Saturn, Neptune and Uranus. Similarities of Jovian planets include that: 1) Jupiter and Saturn are mainly composed of hydrogen and helium 2) Neptune and Uranus are mainly composed of water, ammonia and methane 3) These planets all have less density compared to the terrestrial planets 4) These planets all have strong magnetic field due to their high speed of rotation 5) These planets all have low temperatures as they are ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 26. Titan Exploration : Past Will Jake Peterson Erika Harnett Robby Robinson ESS 102 AK January 29th, 2015 Titan Exploration: Past to Future Sci–fi Paper Synopsis: It is the distant future, and the human race knows pretty much everything there is to know about Saturn's 6th moon, Titan. The Huygens probe was the first man made object to pierce the thick atmosphere of Titan, landing on the surface in 2005. From this mission, some light was shed upon the mysterious body of Titan, and it was found to be an "alien Earth", with lakes and seas and even active meteorology and surface processes (O'Connor, 2015). At first, it was thought that life would not have been able to live in the extreme cold temperatures of Titan, but as time went on and humans evolved, our understanding of life and its infinite possibilities grew too. Now, there are camps on Titan devoted to creating a new form of life– a new humanoid species. If this were to come to fruition, would the new creations serve us, be our equal, or think of themselves as our superiors? Will big corporations gain control over all the possibilities that come with the creation of life? Where is the line of how much humans can play God? Our humanity will be put to the test in this adventure that follows the scientists stationed on Titan, their experiments, and the mess that is 'money equals power'. Just earlier this month, NASA and ESA celebrated the 10–year anniversary of the first Titan landing. Huygens parachuted gently down towards an unknown ground in a ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 27. How Darwin Has A Profound Effect Beyond The World Of Science "Darwin once said we all come from monkeys, but not literally." This quote was said by Hal in the Malcolm in the Middle episode, "Flashback." This is one of many examples of how Darwin has had a profound effect beyond the world of science. Through analysis of several elements of pop culture, one can see how their underlying themes are related to Darwin. The impact of Darwin's principles can be seen in video games, literature, and television. The relevance of Darwin's work can be observed in video games. For example, Darwin's theory of natural selection can be applied to the general gameplay of PokГ©mon FireRed. Darwin states that individuals with variations best suited for the habitat survive and reproduce. The protagonist in the games ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... This type of move inheritance is similar to real life traits can be passed down. In a different example, the Sonic franchise can be analyzed from the developer's point of view. The first Sonic the Hedgehog game was created in 1991. It was well–received because of its groundbreaking colors, as well as the high–speed nature of the game. The Sega company realized that Sonic appealed to a wide audience, so naturally, future games are going to feature similar characteristics of the original Sonic game. This concept is comparable to Darwin's idea that a species must survive to pass their traits to the next generation (Darwin, "Foundations" 1). Sega essentially implements elements of the old Sonic games, while at the same time adding new elements to improve the sequels. The theories of natural selection and heredity provide for a scientific viewpoint of the PokГ©mon and Sonic franchises beyond the entertainment. Many literary works portray Darwinan principles. In Jeanne Duprau's The City of Ember, for instance, a group of scientists known as The Builders create an underground city called Ember, which has a generator and supplies for the citizens to survive at least 200 years. This city was intended to protect its inhabitants from impending doom. About 240 years after the creation of this city, the supplies become scarce, and the generator is decaying. It is up to the central characters, Lina and Doon to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 28. Kickstarter Persuasive Essay Shenmue 3 breaks Kickstarter Whilst some might say that Kickstarter is little more than an unnecessary middle–man, many others have argued that it has revolutionised the way in which the creative industry interacts with its fans by effectively bridging the gap between creator and consumer. Though the jury is still out on the validity of this argument, it can't be denied that certain projects would have never seen the light of day without it, with everything from movie projects to TV series and major electronic products being funded through the site, which only launched in 2009, but has already risen through the Alexa ranks to 374, and has earned its place in popular culture. The first Shenmue (for the ill–fated Sega Dreamcast) game earned ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... It was so popular in fact, that the enthusiasm for the project temporarily broke Kickstarter! Take THAT Kim Kardashian. The total currently sits at 41,000 backers, who have pledged more than $3 million, and there's still 29 days to go on the campaign, with new stretch goals being added almost daily. The game's monumental Kickstarter success raises a number of interesting questions, chief amongst which is whether or not we'll see the model being adopted by larger companies and larger projects It also raises a point that Kickstarter campaigns have almost become their own form of free viral marketing, a self–fuelled fire of hype spurned on by delirious fans (in this case I count myself among their number) and the media. Questions also remain surrounding Sony's involvement with the project. The game was announced to the world at large during their press conference at this year's E3 (which I'll be covering in more detail next week) and it's been announced as a PS4 title, though so far the Kickstarter page seems to focus more on the PC version of the game. If Sony if partly funding the game and using the Kickstarter campaign as a means through which to judge public interest levels in it, that would surely be a bold move ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 29. A Short Note On Saturn 's Moon, Titan Essay One of Saturn's moon, Titan, possess planetary conditions unique to the solar system. It has an incredibly thick and organically rich atmosphere and a vast number of different liquid conditions. The numerous ways in which its atmosphere and liquids interact results in the formation of a vast array of different organic and prebiotic molecules, making it an excellent location for the possible development of life, despite its frigid temperatures. Understanding how life could form on Titan would give insight regarding not only how life formed on Earth, but also to how, what ways, and what forms life could form on other planets with conditions dissimilar from Earth, opening up the number of planets that could be seen as hospitable to life, as well as possibly expanding the search for life to icy moons. Titan's atmosphere and liquid conditions, surface and subsurface, its primordial conditions, as well as Titan's frigid subzero temperatures, all place limitations on and give new opportunities to the formation of life in ways that resemble Earth's life, but more frequently in ways entirely different, in chemical composition, general structure, and metabolism. However, in some ways, Titan's conditions may be too unstable and harsh for the development and survival of life. Titan's atmosphere is one of the key points to the possibility of life developing on Saturn's largest moon. Its atmospheric composition is 90 percent nitrogen and its second most abundant constituent is methane. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 30. The Planet Of Saturn There are a total of 8 planets as of 2014, because Pluto is not considered a planet. Earth is described as the planet that has a lot of energy and is said to be average out of all the other planets. When the Earth tilts, it makes the seasons change every 3–4 months. Earth is described like the planet who protects the other planets from dangerous situations. Next, there is the planet, Venus, which is described that has similar features asEarth. On the planet of Venus, it is as hot as a desert, or maybe even hotter. It has clouds covering the surface, and it also has many volcanoes unlike planet Earth. Also, Venus has many dents and holes because of meteorites and asteroids hitting the surface of it. Venus also, spins the opposite direction, and slower than all the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Fifth, there is the planet, Jupiter which is the largest planet in the Solar System. It usually changes colors and gives off more heat than it gets from the sun. Jupiter has swirling gases which are found in the atmosphere of Jupiter. It has many moons, but one of them, Io has some dangerous volcanoes that are said to be very hot. Again, there is another large planet, Saturn that spins very fast on its axis. Saturn consists of many rings that is made of ice and dust. There are at least 18 moons on the planet of Saturn. Seventh, there is the planet, Neptune which is very much alike to Uranus, because they look the same. Neptune consists of large dark circles on the surface of itself, and is actually the farthest planet from the Sun. Eighth, the planet, Uranus is said to be unique because it is tilted 98 degrees. There is many rings but they have not been discovered since 1977, and also has 20 satellites. Finally, there is the planet, Pluto, which is technically not a planet as of right now, but it was in the past. Pluto is the smallest planet, and is farthest away from the sun. The atmosphere freezes and then returns back to normal. It is said from some astronomers ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 31. The Funniest Game Console Knockoffs Whenever a product comes wildly popular, bootleg versions are quick to follow. Everyone wants to get in on the market and enjoy the success. Unfortunately, fake copies and bootlegs version are not usually the same quality as the original. These knockoffs can be found in almost any industry, especially in the lucrative gaming console world. While it's easy to accidently fall for a cool looking product, some copies are just downright shameless in the way they try to cheat the buying customer. Nonetheless, the efforts by these fake retailers can end up looking hilarious – as long as you don't fall for them. Let's look at some of the funniest game console knockoffs in recent history. PolyStation We probably don't need to explain which console's success PolyStation tried to cash in on, as the name kind of gives it away. What's remarkable about PolyStation is how it actually was the first to start a whole generation of PlayStation knockoff. While the name is obviously something to laugh about, it's not as funny if you fall for this product. The console didn't run any PlayStation games; in fact, it didn't even come with the ability to add any new games! Chintendo Vii This knockoff should be given an award for the best effort when it comes to ripping off a popular franchise. It isn't like most others on the list, as the console actually doesn't play any knockoff games. It has a selection of games, which are rather horrendous copies of the original Wii Sports and a selection of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 32. Proserpina The Reasons For The Seasons Zimbabwe Davis Huma215 Topics in Cultural Studies Diana Robbins 05/01/2012 Abstract Proserpina was the Roman goddess of Springtime and the goddess of the Underworld. She was born to Ceres and Jupiter. Her plight is directly related to changing of the season. This is due to that abduction of the fair goddess by Pluto the good of the Underworld. Proserpina, the roman goddess associate with the seasons, is probably one of the more interesting stories in Roman mythology. Really you cannot say that any of them are not interesting, but I would have to say that I have taken quite a liking to her particular plight and how it relates the seasons of the earth. Born to the goddess Ceres ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Ceres so angered by the events that took human from and began to walk. Finally Ceres was compelled to return to Olympus, but here sadness and anger was causing a worldwide famine. Mankind was facing its end, possible extinction from starvation. However the mortals were not the only ones starving. Proserpina trapped in the underworld had not eaten either. By this time Jupiter had sent Mercury to carry his command to free his daughter. Pluto conspired to insure she could not leave for long feed Proserpina some pomegranate seeds. Mother and daughter were finally reunited. Ceres sensing that something was wrong questioned her daughter. Finally Proserpina admitted to being trick in to eating the food of the underworld. Demeter again was distraught because she know to eat the food of the underworld means that person must return to the underworld. Jupiter powerless to do anything decreed that Proserpina spend 1/3 of the year in the underworld with her new
  • 33. husband and the other 2/3 she was allowed to return to earth or Olympus. She would now be known as the goddess of the underworld. With this compromise Ceres restore to order the growing of crops and put an end to the famine and starvation. From the union of Proserpina and Pluto came Plutus the god of wealth. During Proserpina's return to the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 34. Cassini Vanishes Into Saturn: Article Analysis Chang, Kenneth. "Cassini Vanishes Into Saturn, Its Mission Celebrated and Mourned." The New York Times, The New York Times, 14 Sept. 2017 Avery Dermer Biology C Band Ms. Galaydick 9–21–17 Abstract Number One Beginning in 2004, Cassini the spacecraft started a mission. Since that date Cassini has been orbiting around Saturn constantly sending new and fascinating information regarding our sixth planet. After twenty successful years of new discoveries and intriguing information, Cassini has crashed into its own death. Throughout the article, "Cassini Vanishes Into Saturn, Its mission celebrated and Mourned," The journey of Cassini is described starting with its initial lift off, ending with its bittersweet finale. The first point brought up in this article is how Cassini came to be. Kenneth Chang describes the prior information and the reasoning behind why the spacecraft was created in first place. He then goes on to explain the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Ultimately, Cassini ended up witnessing a total of half of a Saturn year. Throughout that half of a year, Cassini picked up multitudes of interesting information. When the time came, scientists realized that the machine was running low on propellent fuel causing Cassini to have to finally come to the end of it's mission. There were many precautions that had to be considered when deciding how Cassini should make it's final exit. The last thing anybody wanted to risk was damaging any of Saturn's glorious moons. Due to this, NASA came up with a plan leaving Saturn with a flawless look. As a grand finale Cassini got the closest it's ever been to our sixth planet by going in between Saturn itself and it's first ring, capturing fantastic shots of the planet up close and immediately sending them to Earth. As Cassini got closer and closer to Saturn, it began to spin and twist when finally it lost it's signal with Earth and disappeared into ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 35. Research Paper On Solar System Our Solar System is composed of eight planets, with the Sun being the centre of it. The sun is not a planet but a star with a radius of 695 500 kilometres. Each planet in the Solar System travels on approximately circular orbits around the Sun. These eight planets are Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune. Pluto is not planet but a dwarf planet. Mercury is the closest planet to to the Sun with a radius of 2440 km. This planet is not a friendly place to visit as it can get extremely hot in the noon and cold at night, Venus has a radius of 6052 km,Earth has a radius of 6371 kilometres, Mars can be most of the times be seen with bared eyes as a star that have an absolute orange hue to it. Mars has a radius of 3390 km, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... All these speculations were only based on theories made by many scientists and apparently it began 4.6 billion years ago with the gravitational collapse of small part of a giant molecular cloud. Apparently the small collapsing mess collected in the centre and formed Sun, while the rest flattened into a proto planetary disk out which the planets, moons, asteroids and other small solar system bodies formed. This idea of the solar nebula was first formulated by the Prussian philosopher and physicist Immanuel Kant in 1755 and this idea to the problem was only qualitative because it was similar to those taken fundamental today. This model was first developed in the 18th century by these scientist Emmanuel Swedenburg, Immanuel Kant and Pierre–Simon Laplace. Its subsequent development has interwoven a variety of scientific disciplines including astronomy, physics, geology and planetary science. Since the dawn of the space age in the 1950s and the discovery of extrasolar planets in the 1990s, the model both challenged and refined to account for new ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 36. Solar System and Jupiter Jupiter is the fifth planet from the Sun and by far the largest mass object in the solar system of all the other planets. Jupiter is twice the size of all the other planets combined. It is as 318 times the sizes of earth. The distance that Jupiter orbits the sun is 778,330,000 km (Gallant pp154). The diameter is 142,984 km and the mass that it has is 1.900e27 kg. Jupiter is the fourth brightest object in the sky after the Sun, the Moon and Venus. Mars is some times brighter. Galileo discovered Jupiter in 1610(Gallant); another interesting fact is that Jupiter has 4 large moons. Which are known as the Galilean moons. They were named Io, Europa, Ganymede and Callisto. The first mission that went to Jupiter was Pioneer 10 in 1973 and ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Jupiter has a huge magnetic field, much stronger than Earth's. Its magnetosphere extends more than 650 million km. Jupiter's moons therefore lie within its magnetosphere, a fact that may partially explain some of the activity on Io. Unfortunately for future space travelers and of real concern to the designers of the Voyager and Galileo spacecraft, the environment near Jupiter contains high levels of energetic particles trapped by Jupiter's magnetic field. This environment will make it very difficult to get a human into or close to the surface of Jupiter. In conclusion Jupiter is still undiscovered among the gas planets. As I write this paper there is new data that is being collected and being analyzed so we can get a better picture of what Jupiter inner core and the atmosphere it is made up. Jupiter being so large that it make up twice the mass of all the other planets combined. The spacecraft Galileo entered Jupiter atomostsphere it was carrying six probe that survived. Galileo will be orbiting around the rings of Jupiter trying to get a better idea of what they consist of. If you look up in the sky at night Jupiter is usually the brightest star next to Venus and you can only imagine the size of thisplanet. Will we ever be able to land an aircraft on the surface or create a flight suit or shuttle that could reach this in a human life time. Only time will tell as long as technology continues to improve we might one day be ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 37. The Characteristics Of Love In Gaspera 4, By Gaspara Stampa To have someone that you love with all of your being but does not return those affections at the same level can be tortuous. When left with these feelings Gaspara Stampa chose to write, hiding her subtle critiques of her lover to only the trained eye. In the poem "4" Stampa imagines her beloved's birth and how he gifted with all of the greatest qualities in the world, yet he is still not a perfect lover. This is done through word choice, cataloging, anthropizing, and word placement. Through these techniques Stampa is able to subtlety criticizing if her beloved actually uses the qualities that she claims he possesses. At the beginning of the poem she tells how he was given a plentiful number of gifts from the heavens above. Stampa describes that after his birth "All the stars in the sky and all the planets / gave him their graces, and their varied gifts" (lines 2–3). All of these gifts would give the child potential to be godlike in his later years of life. After receiving these gifts Stampa states that he was given these things "So he alone among us should be perfect" (4). By using the word "should" instead of a more definite word like "would" the beloved is already shown to be less than the perfection he was expected to be. As a child, her beloved was guaranteed to be the perfect man but he has squandered his heavenly gifts. Here Stampa shows the full potential of her lover but still shows that he is not quite living up to it. If the beloved were to act as Stampa does ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 38. Saturn Research Paper Introduction: Saturn is the sixth planet from the Sun and the second–largest in the Solar System. Saturn is named after the roman god of agriculture. In 1610, Italian astronomer Galileo Galilei was the first to gaze at Saturn through a telescope. To his surprise, he saw a pair of objects on either side of the planet. He also discovered one of Saturn's moon titan. Later Giovanni Cassini came along and discovered 4 more moons Appearance, structure and size: Saturn's mass is 95 times of earth and it has a diameter of 142,750 kilometers. It is 1426 million kilometers, from the Sun. Saturn is a gas giant and Its radius is about 58,232 km. Saturn is by far the most beautiful planet in the solar system Saturn has a light orange look with white ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Saturn's largest moon is Titan, is a bit bigger than the planet Mercury. Titan is the second largest moon. Saturn has a light orange look with white and gray rings. These rings are made up of ice, rocks, and dust. Saturn's rings are more than 270,000,000 kilometers wide but not even 1 kilometer thick, it also has more than 30 layers of the ring. It is made up of 94% hydrogen, 6% helium. Which means it is mostly gas. Its temperature is around minus 178 degrees Celsius. Orbit, rotation and missions Saturn takes 10,759 Earth days to revolve around the sun once which is around 29.5 earth years. Saturn rotates on its axis once every 10 hours and 34 minutes giving it the second–shortest day of any of the solar system's planets. In 1979, Pioneer 11 became the first spacecraft to fly by and study Saturn up close. Voyager 1 flew by in 1980 and Voyager 2 in 1981. These spacecraft studied many of the moons of Saturn as well. In July 2004, the Cassini spacecraft reached Saturn. Interesting facts Saturn can be seen with the naked eye. Saturn can be seen without a telescope. The planet is to the east to the bottom of the big dipper of the big dipper. Saturn is the flattest planet. Saturn has oval–shaped storms similar to Jupiter's. Saturn was known to the Greeks as ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 39. Saturn Research Paper Saturn was named after a Greek God. Saturn has the most powerful weather on earth. Also it is the six planet from the sun. Saturn has no surface and you would freeze if you were on it. Saturn has hydrogen and helium that race around its axes destroying its shape. When Saturn spins around it flattens its shape. You weigh less onSaturn than you do on earth. Saturn density is 0. 70 g/cm^3. Saturn density is so low it's the only planet low than water. Saturn gases are so boated it take up space compare to the total amount of mass which is 95.2 earth. Saturn is the second largest planet in your solar system. A day on Saturn is about 10 hours long. And it takes 29.5 years to obit the sun. Saturn was formed by bust with particles into a rocky core several times the size of earth. Saturn is famous for its rings and they are enormous. The rings are made of small particles, that orbits Saturn like a tiny moon. The rings are ice and rock range in size from dust grains to city blocks. Galileo Galilei was the first person to notice the Saturn rings. The reason we can see the rings is because of the sun. Saturn rings glow with the reflected sun light. Saturn rings are bright and fuller than other planets. Saturn had 73 moons ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The temperature of earth depends on the season, weather and the environment. Earth is the 3rd planet from the sun. Earth surface is mostly under the oceans, but it also stands out because of the impacts of the craters. The craters have been smoothed out through weathering and erosion by being broken apart and redistributed to other areas on the earth surface. Earth is made out of 21 % of oxygen, 785% nitrogen, 1% argon and carbon dioxide. Earth density is 5.52. Earth mass is 1.00. A day on earth is about 23. 93 hours. It takes earth 1.00 years to orbit the sun. Earth is formed of rocks and metals. Earth has no rings. Earth radius is 6378km. Earth has only 1 ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 40. The Voyager Missions The Voyager missions I and II were separate unmanned missions ran by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) in 1977. The Mariner Jupiter/Saturn was the original name of the mission when the idea was first proposed on July 1, 1972. From the original name, the Voyager missions were at first missions to visit the planets of Jupiter and Saturn. In the years to come, the mission changed its name to Voyager.NASA had great plans for Voyager. They viewed it as an exploration to explore where nothing from Earth has ever flown before. On August 20, 1977, NASA launched Voyager I. The launched site was Cape Canaveral, Florida. Then, on September 5, 1977, NASA launched Voyager I from Cape Canaveral, Florida. The reason behind the launching in reverse order was that Voyager I was on a direct path to its planets and Voyager II was not. Both studied the four big planets; Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune. The Voyager missions are still going on today. After forty years of space travel, they have withstood a lot. Both spacecraft have crossed over the termination shock, which is the boundary where the Sun's influence is not present. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... This time capsule was a twelve inch disk of copper which was coated in gold color. Both spacecrafts carried The Golden Record incase they met extraterrestrial life. The Golden Record had numerous pictures, sounds, music, and greeting on it. Pictures like a nursing mother, a school room, animals, and a fetus diagram were on it. The music on The Golden Record consisted of Beethoven, Mozart, Bach, Navajo night chants, and Louis Armstrong. The sounds on the record were various animals and their sounds along with thunder, laughter, tractors, and life signs. Lastly, there were several greetings recorded just in case. Carl Sagan said, "The spacecraft will be encountered and the record played only if there are advanced space faring civilizations in interstellar ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 41. The Titans Myth Long ago there was chaos and nothingness. Then the Titans came into power and Saturn became the leader of the Titans. Vesta was the first of the gods to born of Saturn and Rhea. Saturn feared that his children would overthrow im and claim his throne. Therefor Vesta, the virgin goddess of the hearth was the first to be swallowed by Saturn and the last to be rescued by her younger brother, Jupiter. Vesta had felt nothing but nothingness for many years. She had been in her father's stomach so long she had lost count of the years. For a long time it was only her in here father's stomach listening to every word he heard. But soon she could no longer think for another child was swallowed by her wicked father and she realized she was the eldest. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Reluctantly Vesta and her siblings ran from the mob until most of the angry farmers fell dead. Vesta and her siblings where exhausted from running from the farmers but luckily they had almost arrived to the prison which the Cyclopes were held in. They had encountered a couple more hits but decided to stay away from them, they saw the farmer's, pick up wheat, fruit, vegetables and fish and throw them into a large pile. They saw pile after pile, hut after, hut and twig like farmer after farmer, their so called happiness angering Vesta more and more every time they passed. They knew nothing of happiness, they knew nothing at all, Vesta thought. Finally, Vesta and her siblings reached the prison of the Cyclopes. They descended into the prison which was a deep dark hole in the earth. At last, they came to six monsters three of which had 50 heads and 100 hands and three of which had one ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 42. Exoplanets Research Papers Discovery of The Planets and Exoplanets: Final Paper Since the Beginning of time people from all types of cultures and different ages have been interested in the solar system and what is beyond the scope of Earth's atmosphere. In modern times children begin to learn about the Milky Way Galaxy and the stars and planets in school as a way to introduce them to what is beyond the Earth they live in. People such as the Egyptians and the Mayan's used their naked eye to view planetary objects such as the moon and stars to predict the seasons and used this information to do things such as farming. Besides a general interest in the Solar System, many people want to know what is really out there and what is its significance truly is in such a vast ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... One night, while doing his normal observations he realized part of a cluster may not have been a star after all. He knew there was a mass of some type that was not what he normally studied so he began to look into it more ("Uranus Discovered: Completely By Accident"). William Herschel believed the object to be a nebular star or comet located in the spot of Uranus (Herschel, 260). While checking out this object with his telescope and then talking for many months to his colleagues, they studied this celestial object and observed that it had a planet–like orbit. After realizing its orbit they saw that it also did not have a tail like a comet would normally have, thus leading to the realization and exciting conclusion that it was in fact a planet in the solar ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...