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Does any one know of any useful sites that contain sufficient information about this topic, or please could someone explain it to me...
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Does any one know of any useful sites that contain sufficient information about this topic, or please could someone explain it to me...
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Please help......
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i dnt even know wot it is, but i guess u cud search for it on google.:confused:
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i dnt even know wot it is, but i guess u cud search for it on google.:confused:
I have done and found nothing of any use...
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is this to do with lenses?
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is this to do with lenses?
Yes. telescopes....
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what syllabus is it?
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what syllabus is it?
AQA specification A...it isn't explained in any proper way at all...
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I have done and found nothing of any use...
http://search.yahoo.com/search?p=ang...-t&cop=mss&tab=

hope it helps, got some lens stuff.
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angle subtended by image at eye
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angle subtended by object at unaided eye
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angle subtended by image at eye
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angle subtended by object at unaided eye
thanks..have the formula..just need to learn how to put it into practice..haven't seen any questions on it at all..
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It comes up in unit 5. do some past papers on that.
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It comes up in unit 5. do some past papers on that.
Have done so and thus far haven't encountered any....
therefore, i'm pretty sure this time it wil come up!!
BTW, do you have a definition for quasars?
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Have done so and thus far haven't encountered any....
therefore, i'm pretty sure this time it wil come up!!
BTW, do you have a definition for quasars?
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qua·sar ( P ) Pronunciation Key (kwzär, -sär, -zr, -sr)
n.
An extremely distant, and thus old, celestial object whose power output is several thousand times that of our entire galaxy.

quasar

n : a starlike object that may send out radio waves and other forms of energy; large red shifts imply enormous recession velocities [syn: quasi-stellar radio source]
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qua·sar ( P ) Pronunciation Key (kwzär, -sär, -zr, -sr)
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An extremely distant, and thus old, celestial object whose power output is several thousand times that of our entire galaxy.

quasar

n : a starlike object that may send out radio waves and other forms of energy; large red shifts imply enormous recession velocities [syn: quasi-stellar radio source]
Thank you....there are so many definitions just for quasars
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