Astronomy 16: Modern Astrophysics
Prof. David Cohen
Tu., Th. 11:20 to 12:35
SC 113 (seminar room)
This site dates from the last time this course was taught
it will be offered next in Fall 2013
Our final exam is done; grades will be posted - I hope - by the end of the year.
I hope to see as many of you as possible in physics and astronomy classes next semester. Astro 61: Current Problems in Astronomy and Astrophysics is a good class in which to stretch your newly developed astronomy brain cells.
New: Check out some of the images members of the class took at the Peter van de Kamp Observatory while collecting photometric data of an open cluster for our lab.
Look up at the sky on clear nights over winter break.
Check the departmental colloquium schedule. You should come to these talks.
There are telescope public viewings the second Tuesday of each month, at the Peter van de Kamp Observatory. The next one is on January 8, at 8 PM. Further information is available. Astro 16 students are welcome to come and help out.
This page is maintained by David Cohen
cohen -at- astro.swarthmore.edu
Last modified: January 6, 2012