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Introduction Lesson 2
What is astronomy? Lesson 3
How big is the universe? Lesson 4
The origin of the universe Lesson 5
Watching the sky Lesson 6
Why did God created the heavenly bodies? Lesson 7
Space exploration Lesson 8
A Tour of the Solar System Lesson 9
A Tour of the Solar System—The Sun and the Moon Lesson 10
Stars and galaxies Lesson 11
Cosmic Catastrophes Lesson 12
Catastrophes in the Solar System Lesson 13
Are there other planets in the Solar System?
The Astronomy Book by Dr Jonathan Henry Lesson 11
The Astronomy Book Text:
What is the underlying reason that we see such destruction in the heavens and on Earth?
What is meant by 'star death'?
What are solar prominences? How do they differ from solar flares?
What are 'supernova remnants'? How are these evidence that the universe is not billions of years old?
What two principles does the Crab Nebula illustrate?
For older students: Write an essay which discusses the problems with the idea of 'stellar evolution.' Include discussions of supernovae, star death, and star birth in the essay.
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