ASTR 21 - THE SOLAR SYSTEM
|Ticket#:||21565A||Length:||16.6 weeks (1/9/2012 - 5/17/2012)|
|Location:||SM 130||Day/Time:||M W 9:00AM - 10:20|
|Class Status and Seats Remaining Last Updated at: 4/23/2014 8:12 PM|
A study of the origin and evolution of our solar system, from the beginning to the present, as deduced from sampling, remote sensing, exploration, imagery, and theory. We will discuss and compare composition; tectonics; volcanism; surface processes; and atmospheric and thermal evolution of earth, the moon, terrestrial, and Jovian planets and their satellites. Additional topics will include meteorite and comet impacts and the possible existence of life elsewhere in the solar system. Field trips may be required to fulfill the objectives of this course. Also listed as GEOL 21. Credit given in either area, not both.
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