Brian Woodahl (2019)
Brian Woodahl (2007)
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Office: LD 156-S, 278-9244
Class: LE 101, Tu,Th 10:30 - 11:45
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4 questions, multiple choice, review your notes from the past two weeks
In particular, look over proton-proton chain and the four forces -- notably gravity (binds mass) and electromagnetic (binds electric charges)
4 questions, multiple choice, review your notes from last week's two lectures
Know: temperature scales: Kelvin (absolute), Fahrenheit, Celsius; Galileo (first to watch sunspots -- rotation rate); multiplying large numbers; and temperature of the Sun at various locations
I post this early, just to keep it on everybody's radar screen: 5 Bonus Points are available to all students if the following condition is met: 80% class participation in filling out the official IUPUI Online Course Evaluation (near the end of semester).
Syllabus (PDF). Please print and keep with your notes.
Master Schedule (PDF). Please print and keep with your notes.
These documents will likely change/update throughout the semester. Please check that you have the latest versions.
Check here ( http://woodahl.physics.iupui.edu/Astro105/ ) for the latest information regarding our particular class cancellation(s)
Weather related cancellations will be announced on this page -- Please do not email me asking if class has/will be cancelled
Many thanks to Ryan Bertram (Astro A100 student), who introduced me to this neat YouTube video (courtesy of Rob Bryanton, Canadian author) that discusses the ten possible dimensions of our universe.
Many thanks to Tim McCormick (Astro A100 student), who introduced me to this fantistic webpage that models early solar system formation.
Many thanks to Elizabeth Potter (Astro A105 student), who showed me this neat webpage highlighting the relative sizes from the Local Group down to Quarks (and the corresponding orders of magnitude, or powers of ten)
Department of Physics, IUPUI - Updated on January 23, 2020 at 2:29 PM EST