Observational Astrophysics I (1FA203-V16), 5 points (hp)
Start: Wednesday, January 26th, 2018, ITC room 1145 at 10:15
Teachers: Nikolai Piskunov and Oleg Kochukhov, Dept. of Physics and Astronomy
Goals: Understand how modern telescopes, astronomical instrumentation and detector work. Learn about observing techniques and methods, data reduction and future developments.
Structure: The course consists of 2 parts: General information about telescopes, telescope optics and mechanics and Observational techniques and data reduction. The second part will introduce various astronomical instruments and tools including those available on the web.
Grading: In order to complete the course students would have to attend most of the lectures, do the home work, successfully complete and turn in lab exercises and take the exam. This will result in 5 points.
Lecture Notes and Exercises