Astronomy 162
Spring 2011










Chaisson & McMillan (Seventh Edition) 


Chapter 16 Early Astronomy, Gravity, Matter and Energy
Chapter 16 Chapter 3 Radiation: Information from The Cosmos
Chapter 16 Chapter 4 Spectroscopy: The Inner Workings of Atoms
Chapter 16 Chapter 5 Telescopes: The Tools of Astronomy
Chapter 16 Chapter 16 The Sun: Our Parent Star
Chapter 33 Chapter 17 The Stars: Giants, Dwarfs, and the Main Sequence  
Chapter 34 Chapter 18 The Interstellar Medium: Gas and Dust among the Stars
Chapter 35 Chapter 19 Star Formation: A Traumatic Birth
Chapter 35 Chapter 20 Stellar Evolution: The Life and Death of a Star
Chapter 16 Chapter 21 Stellar Explosions: Novae, Supernovae, and the Formation of the Elements
Chapter 16 Chapter 22 Neutron Stars and Black Holes: Strange States of Matter
Chapter 16 Chapter 23 The Milky Way Galaxy: ASpiral in Space
Chapter 16 Chapter 24 Galaxies: Building Blocks of the Universe
Chapter 16 Chapter 25 Galaxies and Dark Matter: The Large-Scale Structure
Chapter 33 Chapter 26 Cosmology: The Big bang and the Fate of the Universe  
Chapter 34 Chapter 27 The Early Universe: Toward the Begining of Time
Chapter 35 Chapter 28 Life in the Universe: Are We Alone?


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