Physics: The Characteristics of Electricity + Earth and Space Science: The study of the Universe

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1. Static Electricity

1.1. Electric Charges

1.2. Static Charge

1.3. Friction

1.4. Movement of electrons

1.5. Protons never move

1.6. Electrons move

1.7. Conductiosn

2. Current

2.1. Electrolyte

2.2. Electrodes

2.3. AC

2.4. DC

2.5. Measured with an ammeter

2.6. Unit is A (amphere)

3. Potential Difference

3.1. Also known as voltage

3.2. Measured with a Voltmeter

4. Resistance

4.1. Measured with an ohmmeter

4.2. Transfers current into other forms of energy

4.3. Factors affecting the resistance of a wire

5. Circuits

5.1. Series Circut

5.2. Parallel Circuit

5.3. Load, Switch, Wires, Energy source

6. Protons, Electrons, Neutrons

7. Laws of Attraction and Repulsion

7.1. Opposites attract

8. Charge

8.1. Charge by Contact

8.2. Charge by Induction

8.3. Charge by Friction

8.4. Grounding

9. Stars

9.1. Low Mass stars

9.2. Protostar

9.3. Medium Mass Stars

9.4. High Mass stars

9.5. Supernovas

9.6. Hertzsprung-Russell Diagram

10. Space Exploration

10.1. Spinoff Products

10.2. ISS

10.3. Space probes

10.4. Space Shuttle

10.5. Satelleites

10.6. Microgravity

10.6.1. Causes health issues

10.7. Many challenges with living in space

10.7.1. Radiation

10.7.2. Microgravity

10.7.3. Weightlessness

10.8. New and improved space suits

11. The Solar System

11.1. Light years

11.2. Astronomical Unit (AU)

11.3. Light years are longer than AU

11.4. Rocky Inner Planets

11.4.1. Mercury

11.4.2. Venus

11.4.3. Earth

11.4.4. Mars

11.5. Four Gaseous Outer Planets

11.5.1. Jupiter

11.5.2. Saturn

11.5.3. Uranus

11.5.4. Neptune

11.6. Minor planets

11.7. Comets and Meteors

12. Earth

12.1. Orbits the Sun

12.2. Rotates at 1670km/hour

12.3. Tilted axis

13. Moon

13.1. Phases move in counter clockwise direction

13.2. 8 Different phases

13.2.1. First quarter

13.2.2. waxing gibbous

13.2.3. full

13.2.4. waning gibbous

13.2.5. last quarter

13.2.6. waning cresent

13.2.7. new

13.2.8. waxing cresent

13.3. Lunar Eclipse

13.4. Affects tides on Earth

14. Sun

14.1. Six Layers

14.1.1. Core

14.1.2. Radiative Zone

14.1.3. Convective Zone

14.1.4. Photosphere

14.1.5. Chromosphere

14.1.6. Corona

14.2. Solar Flares

14.3. Sunspots

14.4. Prominences

14.5. Coronal Mass Ejection

14.6. Solar Wind

15. Galaxies

15.1. Celestial Objects

15.2. Black Holes

15.3. Dark Matter

15.4. Star Clusters

15.5. Spiral and Barred Galaxies

15.6. Ellipticl Galaxies

15.7. Irregular Galaxies

15.8. Astroid Belt

16. Formulas

16.1. V=IR

16.2. I=V/R

16.3. R=V/I

16.4. Input/Output