In this proyect...
I have learnt...
- How to use Neocities.
- How to work with Exelearning.
- How to create an image map.
- To search for primary sources.
- To cite an article/website.
- To navegate in scientific sites.
- To see the X-ray graphic of a deep sky object.
- To figure out the chemical elements of my deep sky objects.
- To work with Google Scholar.
- To see the differences between R and Excel.
- To create my own formulas in Excel.
- What is an exoplanet.
- The useful method of Cepheids to measure distances.
- To use the relation between M, m and distance.
- The old methods that scientifics used to learn about the origin of life.
I have discovered that...
- There are two types of SN (Ia and IIa9).
- There are two types of Cepheids (Type I and Type II).
- There is not just one formula for everything.
- I can make graphycs to create my own formulas.
- Exoplanets are planets too, but they orbit around a star.
- It is possible to know the radius of a planet with its light curve.
- It is possible to know the mass of a planet with its light curve.
- Cepheids are variable stars that are used to measure distances.
- Spectroscopy and Chromahography paper are used to identify the chemical elements of an object or a substance.
- Most deep sky objects are chemically composed by similar elements (H, Si...).
- Maybe the Table 1-1 (in MATERIALS AND METHODS) is not too much reliable or is too old, because in general, my results are not much similar with scientific articles.