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    SUNY Ulster
  Feb 22, 2018
2017-2018 Catalog
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AST 103 - Observational Astronomy 2 cr.

This night course is a hands‐on introduction to observing the night sky, how to locate these objects using celestial coordinate systems, and how to utilize the Internet and computer programs to obtain astronomical information. Most of the laboratory time will be spent outdoors learning the names and locations of stars and constellations and utilizing the department’s telescopes to observe and study the moon, planets, deep sky objects, and other astronomical objects which might be visible. The course will include observing trips during class time to local areas away from the light pollution on campus. 1 hr. lect; 2 hrs. lab. Fall

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