OSU

ASTRONOMY 291 - BASIC ASTROPHYSICS AND PLANETARY ASTRONOMY

Saturn

12:30 p.m., 1035 McPherson Laboratory

Professor Bradley Peterson

Autumn Quarter 2011


Welcome to the Astronomy 291 Home Page

Astronomy 291 is the first of a two-quarter sequence in introductory astronomy and astrophysics that is intended for sophomore-level astronomy majors and other scientifically oriented students who desire a comprehensive calculus-based sequence in astronomy. The instructor for this course is Professor Bradley Peterson.

Menu of resources available on this page:
Announcements Course information (PDF)
Course syllabus (PDF) Examination information
Roof night schedule Slides from Lectures

The above notes labeled "PDF" are in Portable Document Format as this has been found to work best on a variety of platforms and is very well-suited to printing hardcopies or storing on your computer disk. PDF documents require Adobe® Acrobat® Reader® which can be downloaded for free. It is also available to OSU students at Software To Go.

Got a question? Send an e-mail to Professor Peterson by clicking here.


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Updated 14 September 2011

peterson@astronomy.ohio-state.edu