PHYS 1445 - INTRODUCTORY ASTRONOMY I at University of Texas - Arlington


PHYS 1445 and 1446 constitute a one-year sequence for any student who is interested in learning his/her place within the astronomical universe. These two courses satisfy eight hours of the 11-hour science requirement in the core curriculum and are designed for students in the Colleges of Liberal Arts or Business Administration. The first semester consists of an essentially descriptive treatment of the apparent motions and properties of members of the solar system including the sun, the planets and their moons, comets and rockets, and satellites as well as the mechanics and evolution of the solar system. The laboratory work includes the use of astronomical telescopes for observation.

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