Download Richard Pogge - Lecture 10: Telling Time (2007 Oct 2)
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These lecture podcasts are audio recordings of daily lectures from Prof. Richard Pogge's Autumn Quarter 2007 section of Astronomy 161 at The Ohio State University. They were recorded live, unscripted and unedited.
Richard Pogge. Album: Lecture 10: Telling Time 2007 Oct 2. Released: 2007. Genre: Non music. These lecture podcasts are audio recordings of daily lectures from Prof. Richard Pogge's Autumn Quarter 2007 section of Astronomy 161 at The Ohio State University. Related Richard Pogge - Lecture 10: Telling Time 2007 Oct 2 albums. Lecture 10: Telling Time. Publication date. What time is it Telling time is the oldest practical application of astronomy. Today's lecture is the first of a 2-part lecture on the astronomical origins of our methods of keeping time and making calendars. Telling time is the oldest practical application of astronomy. Richard Pogge, MTWThF 2:30. Lecture Audio Podcasts - Autumn 2007. These lecture podcasts are audio recordings of the daily lectures from my Autumn Quarter 2007 section of Astronomy 161. These podcasts are primarily intended as an additional study resource for the class. For example, if you must miss a lecture because of illness or an off-campus trip sports teams, etc. you can listen to a recording of the lecture you missed while reading along with the class notes and get mostly caught up. Key Ideas. Timekeeping is tied to Astronomy. Divisions of the Year: Quarter & Cross-Quarter days. Months & Weeks. Divisions of the Day: Hours, Minutes & Seconds. Solar & Sidereal Time. Civil Timekeeping & Time Zones. Keeping track of Time. All of our time-keeping conventions are astronomically based: The Year is based on the time it takes Earth to orbit the Sun. The Month is based on the cycle of the Lunar Phases Month comes from Moon. The Day is based on the time it takes the Earth to rotate once on its axis relative to t. Listen to music from Richard Pogge like Lecture 38: The First Three Minutes. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Richard Pogge. Latest release. Lecture 27: Deep Time: The Age of the Earth 2006 Oct 30. Play album. Popular this week. Lecture 38: The First Three Minutes. 1 listener. 1 photo. Subscribe to this podcast. An introduction to Solar System Astronomy for non-science majors. Published October 2, 2007. State University. 1x 2x 3x. Изучите релизы лейбла Astronomy 161: An Introduction To Solar System Astronomy - Lecture Audio Podcasts - Autumn 2007. Выясните, что отсутствует в вашей дискографии, и приобретите релизы лейбла Astronomy 161: An Introduction To Solar System Astronomy - Lecture Audio Podcasts - Autumn 2007. Astronomy 141 Podcast Teaser. By Richard Pogge. Discovered by Player FM and our community - copyright is owned by the publisher, not Player FM, and audio is streamed directly from their servers. Hit the Subscribe button to track updates in Player FM, or paste the feed URL into other podcast apps. What time is it. Recorded 2006 Oct 3 in 100 Stillman Hall on the Columbus campus of The Ohio State University. 47 episodes. Newest Oldest Longest Shortest Random. Time is the first solo album by American musician Richard Carpenter. Dionne Warwick, Dusty Springfield and Scott Grimes sang on the album, on the songs In Love Alone, Something in Your Eyes, and That's What I Believe, respectively. The song When Time Was All We Had is dedicated to Richard's sister, Karen. It was later included on the 3-CD compilation The Ultimate Collection. Say Yeah music: Paul Janz, lyrics: Pamela Phillips Oland 3:51