Astronomy introduces physical models for gravity and light and then builds on our understandings of these phenomena to interpret the motions, properties and histories of celestial objects that range from nearby planets and stars to distant galaxies and the Universe itself.
- Scheduled: Spring 2016 (20-Jan to 23-May)
- Section number (CRN): 3202/3372
Astronomy (ASTR 1110) is currently being offered in a videoconferenced lecture format and uses resources posted on this website (syllabus, course resources, and student scores) as well as a companion Etudes site (online exercises and writing assignment articles). More information about how to login to Etudes so that you can access materials there is available on the COS Online Student Help page.