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    University of Virginia
  Dec 16, 2017
Undergraduate Record 2017-2018

ASTR 3130 - Observational Astronomy

Primarily for science majors. A lecture and laboratory course that deals with basic observational techniques in astronomy. The laboratory section generally meets at night. Students use observational facilities at the McCormick and Fan Mountain Observatories. Additional work outside posted laboratory hours will be required to take advantage of clear skies. Prerequisite: ASTR 2110,2120 or ASTR 1210,1220, or instructor permission.

Credits: 4