Professor, Department of Astronomy and Astrophysics
University of Chicago

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Cosmology II

Astro 321
MF 3:00-4:30 AAC 123
First Meeting: 1/6
Last Meeting: 3/6

This course will complement Ast 310 by providing more detail on theoretical aspects of cosmology (first half) and more topical issues of interest (second half)

The first half will be lecture based and cover

The second half will have special topics presentations


Ast 310 or equivalent; basic general relativity


Final Project (presented in class): choose from