OrigamiPlanet wrote:For Solar System, when it says geologic processes, do we have to know when the planets/moons/asteroid belts formed or do we just need to know the events that occurred within the planet, such as another asteroid colliding onto say Mars?
CVMSAvalacheStudent wrote:The planets this year are Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars right?
jkang wrote:CVMSAvalacheStudent wrote:The planets this year are Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars right?
No Earth. It's honestly a shame that this event doesn't cover any exoplanets, since there are many fascinating systems out there.
jkang wrote:It's honestly a shame that this event doesn't cover any exoplanets, since there are many fascinating systems out there.
syo_astro wrote:Eh, the event could get there eventually. Be fair: The Div C event only just got around to adding in exoplanets, our knowledge of exoplanets is all VERY recent, and this Solar System topic is brand new! I'm personally pretty excited, I remember when I did Solar Sys the purpose was very...broad, so this is a neat way to continue off of the ices topic. Eventually someone may write up exoplanets that's doable for Div B, but lots of things in space/astro are fascinating you know .
WhatScience? wrote:How much further do we need to go than the resources on that document on the soinc.org event page???
WhatScience? wrote:How specific do you guys think we'll need to get with some of the asteroids in the solar system?
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