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Prerequisites: Not open to students who have passed PHYS 1025.
Grading Basis: Graded
A basic introductory astronomy course without laboratories, including principles of celestial coordinate systems and telescope design; applications of fundamental physical laws to the sun, planets, stars and galaxies; evolution of stars, galaxies and the universe; recent space probe results, modern cosmology, astrobiology. Night observing sessions are an integral part of the course. CA 3.
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|1218 1099 1 N60||Fall 2021||Avery Point||In Person||Gai, Moshe||N60||Reg||MoWe 1:25pm‑2:40pm
||ACD 205||6/21||Observation nights are an integral part of the course. This may include off campus visits to a planetarium. Refer to night observation schedule on class syllabus.|
|1218 2197 1 Z81||Fall 2021||Stamford||In Person||Wallington, Sylvanie||Z81||Reg||TuTh 9:30am‑10:45am