AST1004Intro - Welcome to Astronomy of the Stars and...

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Welcome to Astronomy of the Stars and Galaxies
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Syllabus Contact Information Emily Howard (954) 201-4876 ehoward1@broward.edu http://www.broward.edu/~ehoward1/ Office 7/130 Office Hours: As Listed
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Syllabus (cont.) COURSE DESCRIPTION: AST 1004 is an astronomy course outlining the important astronomical entities (e.g., stars, gas, dust, galaxies, quasars) beyond the solar system and their evolution in terms of the quantum mechanical effects in the macro world. The students will use writing compositions, observations, and mathematical analysis to analyze these concepts.
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Syllabus (cont.) Attendance is mandatory August 25, 2011: 100% refund October 26, 2011: Transfer to Audit Please inform if you know that you are going to be absent Need documentation if you are absent via e-mail or phone call
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What is Science? What is Astronomy? Why are you interested in Astronomy?
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This note was uploaded on 12/04/2011 for the course AST 1004 taught by Professor Howard during the Fall '09 term at Broward College.

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AST1004Intro - Welcome to Astronomy of the Stars and...

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