ASTR 150Fall 2009

Lecture Archive



Note that all links are PDFs of the slides used in class. If you have problems reading a file or need more, please email me

Monday Wednesday Friday
Lect 1, Aug 24: Astro-Disasters Lect 2, Aug 26: Poor Pluto Lect 3, Aug 28: Meteors
Lect 4, Aug 31: Asteroids Lect 5, Sept 2: Star Formation: Molecular Clouds Lect 6, Sept 4: Star Formation: Rise of Rocks
Labor Day, Sept 7 Lect 7, Sept 9: The Atmosphere and Meteors Lect 8, Sept 11: Dino Killer
Lect 9, Sept 15: Jupiter Peril Lect 10, Sept 16: Asteroid Mitigation Lect 11, Sept 18: Why does the Sun Shine?
Lect 12, Sept 21: Why is the Sun Yellow? Lect 13, Sept 23: Classifying Stars Exam 1,Sept 25
Computer Lab, Sept 28 Lect 14, Sept 30: The Aging Sun Lect 15, Oct 2: The Dying Sun
Computer Lab, Oct 5 Lect 16, Oct 7: Solar Weather Lect 17, Oct 9: Supernova: The End of Massive Stars
Computer Lab, Oct 12 Lect 18, Oct 14: Boom, Supernova Lect 19, Oct 16: Killer Supernova
Lect 20, Oct 19: Neutron stars and black holes Lect 21, Oct 21: Gamma Ray Bursts Lect 22, Oct 23: Gamma Ray Killers
Lect 23, Oct 26: Past Gamma Ray Bursts Lect 24, Oct 28: Special Relativity Exam 2, Oct 30
Lect 25, Nov 9: Spaghettification Lect 26, Nov 11: Black Hole vs. Earth Lect 27, Nov 13: Milky Way
Lect 28, Nov 16: More Milky Way Lect 29, Nov 18: More Galaxies Lect 30, Nov 20: How Galaxies move
Lect 31, Dec 1: The Origin of the Universe Lect 32, Dec 3: The End of the Universe Lect 33, Dec 4: Quick, Quasars
Lect 34, Dec 7: Aliens Lect 35, Dec 9: Alien Attacks

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Leslie Looney