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The University of Louisville Department of Physics and Astronomy offers Elementary Astronomy laboratory sections on Belknap Campus in both Fall and Spring Semesters:
 
The University of Louisville Department of Physics and Astronomy offers Elementary Astronomy laboratory sections on Belknap Campus in both Fall and Spring Semesters:
  
108-01 to 108-08 in 2 hour daytime labs, once each week at various times from 10 to 4 PM Tuesday through Thursday  
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*108-01 to 108-08 in 2 hour daytime labs, once each week at various times from 10 to 4 PM Tuesday through Thursday  
108-75 to 108-77 in 2 hour nighttime labs, once each week at various times from 7 to 9 PM Tuesday through Thursday
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*108-75 to 108-77 in 2 hour nighttime labs, once each week at various times from 7 to 9 PM Tuesday through Thursday
  
108-50 distance education section through the University of Lousiville and the [http://www.kyvu.org/ Kentucky Virtual Campus]
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*108-50 distance education section through the University of Lousiville and the [http://www.kyvu.org/ Kentucky Virtual Campus]
  
 
Observational Astronomy 308 for majors and interested students with a more technical background is on Monday at 11 in the Fall Semester.
 
Observational Astronomy 308 for majors and interested students with a more technical background is on Monday at 11 in the Fall Semester.

Revision as of 22:00, 7 January 2012

The University of Louisville Department of Physics and Astronomy offers Elementary Astronomy laboratory sections on Belknap Campus in both Fall and Spring Semesters:

  • 108-01 to 108-08 in 2 hour daytime labs, once each week at various times from 10 to 4 PM Tuesday through Thursday
  • 108-75 to 108-77 in 2 hour nighttime labs, once each week at various times from 7 to 9 PM Tuesday through Thursday

Observational Astronomy 308 for majors and interested students with a more technical background is on Monday at 11 in the Fall Semester.

Content for the sections of 108 that meet in a classroom is available here.

Content for the distance eduation secition is at our Distance Education website

All of our hands-on astronomy courses use the resources of Shared Skies.