INSTRUCTORS
Pimol Moth, Ph.D.
Phil Henderson
Andy Newton
ASTRONOMY
COURSE
DESCRIPTION
AST 1:Introduction to Astronomy
AST 1L: Astronomy Laboratory
AST 45: Special Projects
Hartnell Astronomy Short Course
REALLY COOL ASTRONOMY LINKS
Tonight’s Sky
SpaceWeather.com
Explore Black Holes!
Windows to the Universe
NASA.gov
CNN.com Space & Science
Space.com
Astronomy.com
Telescope.com
HubbleSite.org
SpaceWeather.com
Sky and Telescope
Astronomical Society of the Pacific
Fremont Peak Observatory
Lick Observatory

 

 

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ASTRONOMY 45 - Special Projects

 

 36 inch refracting telescope at Lick Observatory

 

Semesters Offered: Variable

Units: 1.0 – 3.0

 

This special projects astronomy laboratory course is designed to enable the student to investigate topics beyond the scope of a regular astronomy course. Students will gain hands-on experience in reducing and analyzing astronomical data. Target students would be STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) students of exceptional promise who would like to apply their skills and knowledge in advanced topics of astronomy and astrophysics. This course may be taken three times with different content for a maximum of 9 units.

 

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