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Schedule online. Introductory course in astrophysics, covering the main themes, with emphasis on the evolution of ideas from antiquity to the most recent discoveries, but also on the main unsolved enigmas on the origin of the Universe, galaxies, stars and planetary systems, dark matter and dark energy, life in the Universe Table of contents: 1.

History of astronomy 2. Our solar system: planets, satellites, comets, meteorites Astronomical observations: telescopes, detectors, photometry, imaging, spectroscopy Stars: colours, spectra, energy sources, formation, evolution, end of life, supernovae Galaxies: spirals, ellipticals, irregulars, active, quasars, black holes Cosmology: cosmological models, dark matter, dark energy, Big Bang, alternate models The aims of the lecture are: 1 to provide a basic knowledge in modern astrophysics; 2 to give an overview of the marvels and mysteries of the Universe; 3 to introduce the different topics which will be developed in more specialized lectures; 4 to show how scientific theories are constructed and evolve; 5 to develop a critical mind, to be able to judge the validity of a theory, to distinguish genuine science from pseudo-science; 6 to help the student develop its own opinion, by analyzing with a critical mind alternate theories.

The student will present a talk of about 20 min, on a subject he can choose, provided it is linked to the contents of the course and the teacher approves it. Reference book in french, not mandatory : Astronomie et Astrophysique M. Oral examination. Two questions on different chapters. Magain ulg. Duration Number of credits Lecturer Language s Organisation and examination Schedule Pre-co requisite Learning unit contents Learning outcomes of the learning unit Prerequisite knowledge and skills Planned learning activities and teaching methods Mode of delivery face-to-face ; distance-learning Recommended or required readings Assessment methods and criteria Work placement s Organizational remarks Contacts Adaptation of teaching commitments following the COVID pandemic for the May-June session Teaching methods implemented : distance-learning Assessment subjects Assessment methods Contacts Adaptation of teaching commitments following the COVID pandemic for the August-September session Assessment subjects Assessment methods Contacts.

Learning outcomes of the learning unit The aims of the lecture are: 1 to provide a basic knowledge in modern astrophysics; 2 to give an overview of the marvels and mysteries of the Universe; 3 to introduce the different topics which will be developed in more specialized lectures; 4 to show how scientific theories are constructed and evolve; 5 to develop a critical mind, to be able to judge the validity of a theory, to distinguish genuine science from pseudo-science; 6 to help the student develop its own opinion, by analyzing with a critical mind alternate theories.

Prerequisite knowledge and skills Basic knowledge of physics, at the level of bachelor in science. Planned learning activities and teaching methods The student will present a talk of about 20 min, on a subject he can choose, provided it is linked to the contents of the course and the teacher approves it.

Recommended or required readings Reference book in french, not mandatory : Astronomie et Astrophysique M.

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Physical characteristics of the Moon. Comparison with Titan. Personnal conclusion. References :. I- origin of the moon. The first man who really observed the Moon was Galileo because he observed the Moon with a refractor of 30 mm aperture. The discovery of the moon was realised by observations from Earth and with space probes.

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