Physics in Universe

Physics in the Universe
This introduction to the phenomena and physical principles of the universe follows a similar syllabus to that of PHYS 0155, but with an added emphasis on analytical material. Principles of Newtonian mechanics are applied to the motions of planets, stars, and galaxies; statistical techniques help in understanding structures ranging from the interiors of stars to clusters of galaxies; and quantum principles are used to understand the radiation we receive from cosmic sources and the physical processes at work there. 3 hrs. lect., 3.5 hrs. lab./disc. (PHYS 0109 or equivalent; students may not receive credit for both PHYS 0155 and PHYS 0165)
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PHYS 0165

All Sections in Fall 2012

Fall 2012

PHYS0165A-F12 Lecture (Winkler)
PHYS0165V-F12 Discussion (Winkler)
PHYS0165W-F12 Lab (Winkler)
PHYS0165X-F12 Lab (Winkler)
PHYS0165Y-F12 Lab (Winkler)
PHYS0165Z-F12 Lab (Winkler)