ASTR 1030♦ - Astronomy
A study of the universe beginning with the earth-moon system, the planets and their satellites, the sun, asteroids and comets, and continuing to the stellar system. Star classifications, energy processes, star groups, evolution of stars and larger associations such as galaxies are studied. Laboratory exercises include sky observations and constellation study. (Same as RODP ASTR 1030)
PREREQUISITES: Acceptable placement scores or completion of Learning Support Competencies in Reading, Writing and Math.
PRE- or CO-REQUISITES: Any MATH course higher than MATH 1005.
Hours: Three lecture, two laboratory hours per week.
General Education: Course can be used to meet Minimum General Education Core requirements.
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