Greetings to students in ASTR2010-001 (TR 11:00-12:15) from the instructor, Nancy Morrison.
This page is intended to provide a backup copy of the materials displayed in lecture, announcements relevant to the class, and access to the wealth of astronomical information on the World Wide Web.
Latest update (most recent items are in red): Tue, Dec 17, 2002 20:32
Displays from lecture ...
About Ritter Planetarium ...
Links to astronomy resources
Office hours for exam week: M & W 2 - 6 PM, RO 205. Quiz 6 and 7 makeups and Homework 13 have been graded and will be available for pickup during office hours Wednesday and at the final.
The final exam will be comprehensive, covering chapters 1 through 11 to the extent that they were covered in class.
Study guide for final exam here (PDF)
Help with math and physics (not necessarily astronomy) is available at the Help Center of the Department of Physics and Astronomy. More information here.
Information on Web project, due Thursday, December 12, here.
Homework policies announced in class Tuesday, September 10, 2002 here.
List of all homework assignments here.
Evening sky viewing has been discontinued for the rest of the semester.
In case you have comments or questions about this page, please feel free to e-mail me at
or telephone me at 419-530-2659.
Many documents are in Portable Document Format (PDF). Try clicking on them. If your browser does not recognize them, you should install Acrobat Reader on your computer. It is freely available for downloading here. Or you may want to download the Acrobat Reader plugin for Netscape here. It may be a shorter download.
Syllabus for course (PDF) here .
Study tips for success here (not yet available).
Shows at Ritter Planetarium are optional but likely will be helpful in understanding the course content about the sky. More information here.
Links to images shown in class are given below.