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A descriptive, nonmathematical course in astronomy intended for non-science majors. Topics include: properties of stars; stellar birth and death; the Hertzsprung-Russel diagram; main sequence stars; binary systems; stellar clusters; red giants and white dwarfs; nova and supernova; neutron stars and black holes; galaxies and the cosmological red shift.
Topics will include ancient ideas about the origin of the Universe, cosmology, formation of Solar Systems, and the formation and evolution of life elsewhere in the Universe. The components of the course consist of an overview of solar system objects and an overview of the physical processes that control the evolution of solar system objects since formation. The overview of solar system includes observations of the Sun, planets, asteroids and Kuiper-belt objects, comets, and interplanetary dust.