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AST 141 - Introduction to Astronomy Lab

The laboratory component of Introductory to Astronomy is an introduction to the world of astronomical observation by doing simple observations and computer lab exercises with other students. In this course the student will experience astronomy by doing astronomy. Experiment observations will consist of naked eye, telescope, and computer-based simulated programs which include: learning how to identify constellations, observing changes in lunar phases, plotting a light curve for a variable star, classifying stars and measuring the expansion of the Universe.

Corequisite: AST140

Credit Hours: 0.00

Course Fees: $0.00

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