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    Nasa’s spitzer and Hubble space telescopes have discovered a massive galaxy creating more and more new stars. The way that this massive cluster has been formed so quickly is by feeding off gases from other galaxies. Tracy Webb of McGill University explained that usually a star in the center of a galaxy is old and dead, but this new cluster within this rare galaxy is creating new stars very quickly by merging with other smaller galaxies. Clusters are families of galaxies bound together by the…

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    Star Of David Symbols

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    The Star of David was a six pointed hexagram that did not originate from Judaism, however it affected a large amount of the Jews lives, it also contributed to amulets…

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    Diagram Lab-Plotting the Stars Part I: Introduction 1) One method scientists use to measure the distance of the star is called parallax. Parallax shift is when closer stars shift positions against the farthest stars. In order for astronomers to measure that distance, they measure the distance of the shift, also considering the diameter of the Erath’s orbit. Then the angle of the parallax is measured. The smaller the angle of the parallax shift is, the farther away the star is from the earth…

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    deaths of stars? • These stars created us occurring to science. 2. What's a nebula? • A cloud of dust, hydrogen, helium, and gas. 3. Explain the process by which a star is formed. • Gas and dust form in a size 10 times our solar system. 4. What creates a star’s heat/energy (use the words hydrogen and helium in your answer). • Burning hydrogen and converting it into helium. 5. What's the most common type of star? • Red Dwarfs. 6. Why do bigger stars die faster than smaller stars? • Burn…

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    modern day Star of David is a primary Jewish symbol made up of two interlocking triangles with six points ( hexagram ). The Star of David is also on the flag of Israel; today it may seem like a harmless symbol of religion, but in 1933 this symbol was the difference between life and death. Millions of Jews were killed simply because of their beliefs. Six million men, women and children all sentenced to death. Children above the age of 6 were forced to sew a yellow patch shaped like the Star Of…

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    There is no denying that George Lucas’ Star Wars is one of the greatest film franchises that will ever exist on the big screen. The Force Awakens, the newest film, has been criticized by some fans for copying the story of the original 1977 trilogy. Although there are some similarities between the two films’ plots, the story of the original films can be connected to the heroic plot traditions of Lord Raglan, and Luke Skywalker’s character reflects the virtues outlined in Alasdair MacIntyre’s…

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    For years I have been watching the Star Wars movies, never thinking I would actually see one for the first time in theaters. The last Star Wars movie to hit theaters in my life time was Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith in 2005, and it was stinker. If you ask anyone who considers themselves a fan of the Star Wars movies, they will tell you the first trilogy was some of the best cinema ever created, and the second trilogy was in comparison just completely awful. In fact a lot of people wish the…

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    Star Trek vs. Star Wars Star Trek is an all American science fiction television series created in 1966. There are many novels over the Star Trek story also. Star Trek follows adventures in space of the starship USS Enterprise and its crew. Star Wars is an American science fiction film series released in 1977. Star Wars depicts the adventures of various characters “ a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away.” There are books also over these movies too. Fandoms have been going at it for over 40…

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    Star Alliance Case Study

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    Background Star Alliance has approximately 250,000 questionnaires that have been collected from Alliance carriers. To put the value of this data in perspective, many life-saving drugs on sale today with a value in the billions of dollars, have been analyzed with less than 1/10th or less of data that Star Alliance has available. Although many predictive analysis and modeling techniques have been available for decades, the time and resources to internally plot all of the potential relationships…

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    The complete saga of Star Wars plays a powerful role in today's culture and modern mythology, and gives a wonderful take on the classic myth of The Hero’s Quest. The Hero’s quest follows a character with either mysterious or humble beginnings, somebody who the average folk can relate to. This quest takes the Hero on a journey that often leads to self discovery, and as the name implies, a chance at true heroism. Star Wars is a classic hero’s tale that follows Luke Skywalker from his humble…

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