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Impossibly distant, sparkling jewels cast on the black velvet cloth of the sky, no sight inspires more awe than the majestic beauty of the stars. This course explores the evolution of our understanding of astronomy from how the Universe at large works to the modern view of our solar system.
Science also intersects with our daily lives in the weather. We discuss the way elementary physics causes everything from everyday weather to colossal storm systems, and we explore some major science issues including climate change.
Descriptive, not mathematical, this is an interesting, approachable course suitable for all undergraduate students.
|Session||Second Sub Session||Credit Points||15 credits (7.5 ECTS credits)|
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