Lectures for Spring 2001:
Tuesday and Thursday 12:40 pm - 2:00 pm
Room PA 118 (Physics and Astronomy building)
by Prof. H. Schatz
Welcome to the ISP205 web site. The course information is
available through the links to the left. This includes the lecture notes, which will
usually be available before the lecture.
5-3 (Thursday) 8-10pm, PA118 (normal lecture room )
The final exam is optional. If you are happy with your
grade you don't have to take it. If you choose to take the final, your
lowest exam score will be dropped.
To check how well you have to do on the final to
improve your grade Check Grade
The final is cumulative - it will cover the whole
course. The study guide for the final are the three study guides (exam
reviews) from the previous exams.
All homework, quizzes (CAPA 1-18 plus exercises), and exams (1-3)
graded. You should check
your current Grade if everything looks OK.
There will be a (last) lecture on 4-26. Topic: Life in the
universe. I will also answer questions you might have concerning the final
The Great Astronomy Related Spring Break Story Contest
You can read the posted stories here:
The Winners are:
If you are interested you can click on the images to the
right to learn about some recent discoveries in astronomy and to check on
the status of some current space missions.
If this is not exciting enough check out this site and
cast your vote: