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Winter 2015
Oliver Fraser
ASTR 1010
How do we measure stars? This lecture describes how we measure brightness, temperature, luminosity, size and mass of stars.
Spring 2015
Guy Blaylock
PHYSICS 120
First week of notes from BB2BH (essentially nothing.)
How to classify new objects in the sky as either moons, planets, and their discoveries
Notes on the Lecture "What is Light" breaking down the different light that we can see and all of the light we can't see. (One day of notes)
Toggerson
PHYS 241
These notes cover the conceptual and mathematical elements of electrical fields and their sources. The field equation and a how-to guide for solving problems is also included. The example is only partially complete; the rest will be uploaded next week
Fall 2015
Andreas Piepke
PHYS 125
Hey guys! Another week of notes; I did a quick refresher on vectors from Ch. 3 and then jumped into the first half of Ch. 4. Extended class notes to be coming soon, and a study guide for Exam 1 so stay tuned!
These notes cover alternate coordinate systems, mathematical techniques, and solving field equations.
Summer 2015
Professor Li
PHYS 172
All the textbook reading notes and lecture notes for Exam 1
These are the detailed lecture notes from February 5th this week in Astronomy. I hope they can be helpful!
Hey guys! Here are notes for Chapter 5. They are from the book and include important equations.
How are stars and planets formed? A look at Protostars and accretion disks
Notes from Chapter 18 of the book.
Lectures 1 and 2.
Discussing Newton's contribution to astronomy with his gravity fromula
David Schriver
PHY 6
I will be posting all the physics lecture and discussion notes for the class here. The notes will be updated every week!
Nicholas Darnton
PHYSICS 152
Includes test charges, electric fields, and dipole moments