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Jul 10, 2017 by Eden Slone (edencslone)
PHYS 6630 : Astrophysics I
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Astrophysical examination of stellar evolution, including properties of stellar matter, equations of state, nucleosynthesis, red giants, supernovae, white dwarfs, close binary stellar systems, gamma-ray bursts. Overview of observational techniques, including photometry; IR, UV, X-ray observation, gamma-ray frequencies; astrophysical data analysis; evidence for stellar and cosmological models. Permission of the department graduate advisor required prior to enrollment.
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