Astr 101: Descriptive Astronomy
This course is a one-semester introduction to astronomy. Topics include
the motion of objects in the night sky, orbital motion, observational
techniques, light, the solar system, stars, and galaxies. The course is
primarily lecture-based and does not include a lab, but some
observations through the telescope are included. A student may not
receive credit for both Astr 101 and Astr 103, nor for both Astr 101 and
Astr 104, nor for both Astr 101 and Astr 204.
- Lecture: Lecture for Astr 101
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