Date: Wed, 03 Dec 2003 16:17:07 +0000

Author: "Edward Sabol"

Subject: RE: lunar atmosphere

Post:

Any Mac users out there with a suggestion for a similar program on Mac
OS X?

Eric

On Wednesday, December 3, 2003, at 06:04 AM, Gerald Zani wrote:

> Tappers,
>
> Wow!! No shortage of choices. Thanks for all the many, quick and good
> answers for the question about a simple to learn CAD program.
>
> Here is a list of all the recommendations:
>
> Smartdraw http://www.smartdraw.com/specials/floorplans.asp
>
> Autosketch
> http://usa.autodesk.com/adsk/servlet/index?siteID=123112&id=2753027
>
> Quickie Engineer
> http://download.com.com/3000-6677-10201442.html?tag=lst-0-4
>
> 3d Home Architect
>
> ArchiCAD
>
> Autodesk 2000i of even Autodesk light
>
> TurboCAD ver 8.0
>
> Archway systems VersaCad
> http://www.archwaysystems.com/archway/vcad2003-9pressrelease.htm
>
> Design Cad
>
> Solidworks
>
> 2D version of TurboCAD
>
> QuickCadd
>
>
>
> Thanks again Tapper folks,
> Freezing cold here, with a bone dry, bone chilling wind. About 15
> degrees last night. Left over turkey soup warms the stomach all
> right. JZ
>
> Gerald Zani e-mail: Gerald_Zani@brown.edu
> Manager of Demonstrations phone: (401) 863-3964
> Department of Physics FAX: (401) 863-2024
> Brown University Providence, RI 02912-1843 USA
>
> URL http://www.physics.brown.edu/users/staff/zani/index.html
> URL http://www.physics.brown.edu/Studies/Demo/
>
> Do a little more of that work which you have confessed to be good,
> Which you feel that society and your most Just Judge rightly demand of
> you.
> Cultivate the tree which you have found to bear fruit in your soil.
> If you have any experiments you would like to try, try them.
> Now's your chance.
> Henry David Thoreau, Journal entry, 1850.
>
>
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California State University, Chico
ayars@mailaps.org


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Dr. Eric Ayars
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California State University, Chico
ayars@mailaps.org
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here is lunar prospector data

http://nssdc.gsfc.nasa.gov/planetary/lunar/lp_science.html

>From: "Anthony Lapinski"
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>Subject: lunar atmosphere
>Date: Wed, 03 Dec 2003 10:36:10 -0500
>
>Books say the Moon has no atmosphere, but I read somewhere that particles
>were "discovered" there by taking spectra of (reflected sunlight) the
>Moon. Does anybody know what elements (and amounts) are in the lunar
>"atmosphere"?
>

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Anthony,

The astronomy guru's here say that it is mostly sodium with a little
magnesium knocked off the lunar surface due to interaction with the solar
wind.

Good luck,
Dale Stille
U of Iowa

On Wed, 3 Dec 2003, Anthony Lapinski wrote:

> Books say the Moon has no atmosphere, but I read somewhere that particles
> were "discovered" there by taking spectra of (reflected sunlight) the
> Moon. Does anybody know what elements (and amounts) are in the lunar
> "atmosphere"?
>
>
From Gerald_Zani@brown.edu Wed Dec 3 12:01:35 2003

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