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written by Nick Strobel
Astronomy notes is an educational resource for introductory astronomy classes for undergraduates. This section discusses smaller planetary objects, such as asteroids, meteorites, and comets, as well as the formation of the solar system, extrasolar planets, and how scientists detect other planetary systems.
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- Exoplanets
= Astrobiology
- Solar System
- Lower Undergraduate
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- Instructional Material
= Lecture/Presentation
= Tutorial
- Reference Material
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© 2004 Nick Strobel
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asteroid belt, asteroids, comets, dirty snowballs, extra solar planets, meteorites, shooting stars, stoneys
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Metadata instance created December 4, 2003 by Patricia Monahan
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August 16, 2005 by Marc Gagne
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