Edwin Hubble’s observations of the Andromeda “nebula” in 1924, using the then new 100 inch telescope at Mount Wilson Observatory, lead to the understanding that the Milky Way was not the only galaxy, but one of a countless large groups of stars in our Universe. Within this new field of astronomy, Hubble devised a classification system for galaxies based on their observed shape and structure. In this laboratory exercise, you will use Stellarium to observe a number of galaxies and attempt to classify them using Hubble’s system.
For this project piece, use a computer simulation to examine the concept of habitable zones around other stars or examine and classify a range of galaxies. Please read through the assignment background information and follow the steps listed in the lab assignment instructions. You will be asked to form a hypothesis, state the lab objective, record your measurements and calculations, and answer each of the lab questions.
In order to formulate viable alternatives to the United States current system, we conducted an in-depth research of the different policies of other countries was conducted. Currently, the United States allows for pharmaceutical companies to control costs while many other governments around the world have chosen to do otherwise. Many countries have established single-payer systems or have chosen universal healthcare coverage. By definition, universal healthcare is a system that ensures that everyone has “coverage for basic health care services and no one is denied care as long as he or she remains legal residents in the given territory” (Torrey). On the other hand, single-payer systems refers to one designated body to be in charge of paying health care claims. Although universal health care coverage can be achieved through single-payer systems, it is not a requirement. Countries that currently have universal coverage include France, Denmark, Australia, Ireland, and Israel. Some countries that have single-payer systems include Norway, Japan, the United Kingdom, Sweden, Canada, Finland, and Spain (Montgomery). Table 1 below depicts several examples of the price differences of drugs in several of the countries mentioned. Table 1. Average drug prices of drugs in USA, Canada, France, and Germany (2015). For example, Actimmune is a drug used to prevent skin infections in patie>GET ANSWER