SPRING 2013


Astronomy 1102/1104: Lectures

Note: If you are having trouble downloading one of the lectures, try right-clicking on the link and clicking "Save As..." (or the equivalent for your web browser) to download the document. If this also doesn't work, try waiting 5 minutes or so and then trying it again.

Lect.DayDateTopic
1M21 JanIntroduction and Outline
2W23 JanThe Sky and Historical Astronomy
3F25 JanOrbits and Gravity
4M28 JanTime and Seasons
5W30 JanEarth, Moon, and Tides
6F1 FebRadiation and Spectra I
7M4 FebRadiation and Spectra II
8W6 FebTelescopes and Instruments
9F8 FebDating Extra-terrestrial Materials
10M11 FebSurvey of the Solar System I
11W13 FebPrelim 1
12F15 FebSurvey of the Solar System II
13M18 FebSolar System Origins I
14W20 FebSolar System Origins II
15F22 FebDetecting Exoplanets
16M25 FebNature and Origin of Exoplanets
17W27 FebEarth: Geology and Interior
18F1 MarEarth: Atmosphere and Climate
19M4 MarImpacts
20W6 MarMoon: Surface
21F8 MarMoon: Interior and Origin
22M11 MarAsteroids, Collision Threat
23W13 MarPrelim 2
24F15 MarMeteorites
M18 MarStart Spring Break
F22 MarEnd Spring Break
25M25 MarMercury
26W27 MarADW Lecturer: "Ventures in Astronomy"
27F29 MarVenus: Surface
28M1 AprMars: Overview
29W3 AprMars: Surface
30F5 AprMars: Atmosphere and Climate
31M8 AprVenus Atmosphere, Terrestrial Climates
32W10 AprGiant Planets
33F12 AprThe Moons of Jupiter; Volcanic Io
34M15 AprMoons of Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune
35W17 AprPrelim 3
36F19 AprTitan
37M22 AprPlanetary Rings
38W24 AprComets
39F26 AprBeyond Neptune: Pluto, KBOs/TNOs
40M29 AprThe Sun
41W1 MayExobiology
42F3 MaySETI, Life Out There

We try to post lectures within 24 hours prior to their presentation.


Last modified 13 February 2013.