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    Listen to part of a lecture in an astronomy class.

    You will not need to remember the numbers the professor mentions.

    OK. Let's get going.

    Today I'm going to talk about how the asteroid belt was discovered.

    And... I'm going to start by writing some numbers on the board.

    Here they are; We'll start with zero, then 3, ... 6, ... 12.

    Uh, tell me what I'm doing.

    Multiplying by 2?

    ght, I'm doubling the numbers, so 2 times 12 is 24, and the next one I'm going to write after 24 would be...

    48

    48. Then 96.

    We'll stop there for now.

    Uh, now I'll write another row of numbers under that.

    Tell me what I'm doing.

    4, 7, 10... How am I getting the second row?

    Adding 4 to the numbers in the first row.

    I'm adding 4 to each number in the first row to give you a second row.

    So the last two will be 52, 100, and now tell me what I'm doing.

    Putting in a decimal?

    Yes, I divided all those numbers by 10 by putting in a decimal point.

    Now I'm going to write the names of the planets under the numbers.

    Mercury... Venus... Earth... Mars.

    So, what do the numbers mean?

    Do you remember from the reading?

    Is it the distance of the planets from the Sun?

    Right. In astronomical units - not perfect, but tantalizingly close.

    The value for Mars is off by... 6 or 7 percent or so.

    It's... but it's within 10 percent of the average distance to Mars from the Sun.

    But I kind of have to skip the one after Mars for now.

    Then Jupiter's right there at 5-point something, and then Saturn is about 10 astronomical units from the Sun.

    Um, well, this pattern is known as Bode's Law.

    Um, it isn't really a scientific law, not in the sense of predicting gravitation mathematically or something, but it's attempting a pattern in the spacing of the planets, and it was noticed by Bode hundreds of years ago.

    Well, you can imagine that there was some interest in why the 2.8 spot in the pattern was skipped, and um... but there wasn't anything obvious there, in the early telescopes.

    Then what happened in the late 1700s?

    The discovery of...?

    Another planet?

    The next planet out, Uranus - after Saturn.

    And look, Uranus fits in the next spot in the pattern pretty nicely, um, not perfectly, but close

    And so then people got really excited about the validity of this thing and finding the missing object between Mars and Jupiter.

    And telescopes, remember, were getting better.

    So people went to work on finding objects that would be at that missing distance from the Sun, and then in 1801, the object Ceres was discovered.

    And Ceres was in the right place - the missing spot.

    Uh, but it was way too faint to be a planet.

    It looked like a little star.

    Uh, and because of its star-like appearance, um, it was called an "asteroid".

    OK? "Aster" is Greek for "star", as in "astronomy".

    Um, and so, Ceres was the first and is the largest of what became many objects discovered at that same distance.

    Not just one thing, but all the objects found at that distance form the asteroid belt.

    So the asteroid belt is the most famous success of this Bode's Law.

    That's how the asteroid belt was discovered.

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