Only students registered for Astr. 1104 take the labs. Each 1104 student must complete five labs.
|Astronomy 1104 Labs|
|402||W||2 pm||Clark 132||Mike Jones||30 Jan||20 Feb||6 Mar||27 Mar||3 Apr||10 Apr||24 Apr|
|403||M||7:30 pm||Clark 132||Michael Lam||28 Jan||18 Feb||4 Mar||25 Mar||1 Apr||8 Apr||22 Apr|
|404||T||7:30 pm||Clark 132||Yu-Cian Hong||29 Jan||19 Feb||5 Mar||26 Mar||2 Apr||9 Apr||23 Apr|
A tentative list of the labs that Astro 1104 students will work on is below. Each students should prepare for lab by reading the appropriate assignment beforehand. Labs are to be completed before the lab period ends. Your TA (and an update of this webpage) will provide more complete information.
I: Planetary Orbits
II: Radioactive Dating
IV: The Spring Sky/Celestial Sphere
V: The Rotation of Saturn and Its Rings
*There are three weeks given for an outdoor observing lab at Fuertes Observatory. This is weather-dependent. You must check with your TA as the lab time approaches. Wednesday afternoon labs will need to discuss this with their TA. On the third week, if the weather does not allow for outdoor observing, the lab will be indoors.
Last modified 20 January, 2013.