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UNIVERSITY of CALIFORNIA at BERKELEY Departments of Astronomy and Physics Phys/Astro 228: Extragalactic Astronomy and Cosmology (Fall 2006) Course Website: http://astro.berkeley.edu/˜cpma/228 Instructor: Prof. Chung–Pei Ma Contact: Campbell Hall 641B; (510)642-4850 cpma@berkeley.edu ; http://astro.berkeley.edu/˜cpma Lectures: F 2:10-5pm; Campbell 544 Grading: 2/3 Problem Sets 1/3 Report (on a research topic in extragalactic astronomy and cosmology; more details later) Main Text : Scott Dodelson “Modern Cosmology” (Academic Press 2003; QB981.D634) Useful References (in order of increasing antiquity) A. R. Liddle and D. Lyth “Cosmological In±ation and Large Scale Structure” (Cambridge University Press 2000; QB991.I54L53) At a similar level as Longair, with emphasis on in±ation and the linear perturbation theory. J. A. Peacock “Cosmological Physics” (Cambridge University Press 1999; QB981.P37) A very useful reference book for people wanting to practice cosmology M. S. Longair “Galaxy Formation” (Springer-Verlag 1998; QB981.L846)
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