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PHYSICS 360: Modern Astrophysics

Basic theory of production of radiation in stars, galaxies and diffuse interstellar and intergalactic media and and transfer of radiation throughout the universe. Magnetic fields, turbulence shocks and  particle acceleration and transport around magnetospheres of planets to clusters of galaxies. Application to  compact objects, pulsars and accretion in binary stars and super-massive black holes, supernova remnants, cosmic rays and active galactic nuclei  Prerequisite: PHYSICS 260 or equivalent.
Terms: Aut | Units: 3 | Repeatable for credit
Instructors: Romani, R. (PI)
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