ASTR 1020 - Stars + Galaxies Astronomy(4)
Stars + Galaxies Astronomy. A survey of astronomy focusing on stars (classification and structure), stellar evolution, normal and active galaxies, and other stellar objects such nebulae, pulsars, black holes, theory of relativity as it applies to space time, and introductory cosmology. The required three hour lab includes experiments in concepts governing the creation and motion of the components of the universe, characteristics of stellar objects, spectroscopes, telescopes and space observations. Prereq(s): ASTR 1010 or ASTR 1030 or permission of the instructor. [S] Note(s): 3 Lecture hours; 3 Lab hours. Student must be at COLLEGE LEVEL in all areas to take this course. Fulfills a General Education requirement.
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