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Washington State University. Program in Astronomy


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    • Washington State University. Astronomy Program
    • Washington State University. Program of Astronomy
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        (naf) United States
    • Associated Locale

        (naf) Pullman (Wash.)
    • Associated Language

        eng
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    • found: Washington State University bulletin 1983-85, viewed Dec. 12, 2019:page 98 (Program in Astronomy. Astronomy is the study of celestial bodies including the sun, planets, satellites, stars and galaxies. The various courses offered in astronomy are intended to provide background for both liberal arts and science majors. The astronomy faculty are part of the Department of Pure and Applied Mathematics.)
    • found: Washington State University bulletin 1980-82, viewed Dec. 12, 2019:page 89 (Astronomy. Astronomy is the study of celestial bodies including the sun, planets, satellites, stars and galaxies. The various courses offered in astronomy are intended to provide background for both liberal arts and science majors. The astronomy faculty are part of the Department of Pure and Applied Mathematics.)
    • found: Washington State University general catalog 2000-01, viewed Dec. 12, 2019:page 66 (Program in Astronomy. Astronomy is the study of celestial bodies including the sun, planets, satellites, stars, and galaxies. The various courses offered in astronomy are intended to provide background for both liberal arts and science majors. The astronomy faculty are part of the Department of Pure and Applied Mathematics.)
    • found: Washington State University general catalog 2001-02, viewed Dec. 12, 2019:page 67 (Program in Astronomy. Astronomy is the study of celestial bodies including the sun, planets, satellites, stars, and galaxies. The various courses offered in astronomy are intended to provide background for both liberal arts and science majors. The astronomy faculty are part of the Department of Physics.)
    • found: Washington State University general catalog 2004-05, viewed Dec. 12, 2019:page 75 (Program in Astronomy. Astronomy is the study of the universe beyond the earth; stars and solar systems, galaxies, and the universe as a whole. Astronomy courses are offered at an introductory level to provide breadth for liberal arts studies and also at an advanced level for those pursuing careers in the sciences. The WSU planetarium with its Spitz star projector and the J. R. Jewett Observatory with its historic 12" Clark refracting telescope are used as instructional aids. Opportunities are available for students to collaborate with astronomy faculty on research projects. Astronomy faculty are members of the Department of Physics.) page 262 (Department of Physics)
    • found: Washington State University general catalog 2005-06, viewed Dec. 12, 2019:page 269 (Department of Physics and Astronomy) - http://hdl.handle.net/2376/6520
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    • 2019-12-13: new
    • 2020-05-03: revised
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