Astronomy 122 — High Energy Astrophysics

This course discusses the physical processes and astrophysical systems that produce high-energy photons and presents a survey of the new ultraviolet, x-ray, and gamma-ray observations. Topics include active galactic nuclei, black holes, neutron stars, supernova remnants and cosmic rays. Offered jointly with Pomona and Joint Sciences. Prerequisites: Astronomy 62, Physics 52 or equivalent. Offered alternate years.

    Meetings, Spring 2017   

Section Location Times Instructor
First Half
Section 1 Shanahan B450 MWF at 09:00–09:50 Missing alt information Esin