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Spring 2017: ASTR 3830
Astrophysics-2 (Galactic/Extragalactic)

Instructor: Michael Shull

Class Lectures: Tu-Th (11:00 am - 12:15 pm)
in G-131 (Duane Physics & Astrophysics)

Mid-Course Tests: (Feb 16, Mar 21, Apr 18, in-class)
Final Exam: Monday May 8, 2017 (4:30-7:00 pm)

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Galaxy Slides

Milky Way ISM Slides

ASTR 3830 is the second semester of a two-term astrophysics sequence, which provides an introduction to physical processes, observations, and current research methods in stellar, interstellar, galactic, and extragalactic astrophysics, with astronomical applications of gravity, radiation processes, spectroscopy, gas dynamics, and plasma physics. Prerequisites include: First-semester Astrophysics-1 (ASTR 3730), Third-Semester Physics-3 (PHYS 2130 or 2170), and Third-Semester Calculus (MATH 2400 or APPM 2350). Elective for APS undergraduate major and minor.