Cosmology: The History and Nature of Our UniverseThis course is based on Great Courses DVDs by Prof. Mark Whittle. It covers the structure of the universe including stars, dark matter and dark energy; the big bang and early history of the universe; and the cosmic microwave background; galaxies and their evolution; supernovae; black holes; inflation and anthropic arguments about the universe. A minimum of mathematics is used, though some knowledge of high school physics will be helpful. Craig Stephan is a retired Ford physicist. Visitor parking is $1.60 per hour; there is also free public transportation.
|Event Type||:||Study Groups|
|Category||:||Science and Mathematics|
|Date(s)||:||01/24/2017 - 06/27/2017||Day of Week||:||Tuesday|
|Location||:||University of Michigan North Campus Research Complex|
|Address||:||Building 10 Research Room ACR2,|
2800 Plymouth Rd,
Ann Arbor, MI