Department of Physics and Astronomy
Serin Physics Laboratory
136 Frelinghuysen Road, Piscataway, NJ 08854-8019

Physics 342 "Principles of Astrophysics" Spring 2000


Professor: Terry Matilsky, Serin 304W, x5-3876
Time: Wednesday 2 (9:50-11:10) Friday 5 (2:50-4:10)
Location: SERC   216
Office Hour: Wed, 3-4 PM.
Text: "Modern Astrophysics" by Carroll and Ostlie

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The Diamond Ring, Kona, Hawaii, July 11, 1991

Comet Hyakutake, March 28, 1996 Prattsburg, N.Y.

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    Background image: Genbu, the black tortoise of the North (Winter), one of the talismanic animals that marked the four seasons and cardinal directions in Japanese astronomy.