Kent Schwitkis

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latest LACC starparty

YouTube How to study link is here.

Class web pages:

Summer 2015:

Compton Center

Astronomy 20 Sec 9829 - M/T/W/Th

Astronomy 20 Sec 9828 - M/T/W/Th

Physics 2B Sec 9890 - M/T/W/Th

Spring 2015:

Compton Center

Astronomy 12        
Sec #9828 - M/W

Astronomy 20
Sec 9830 - M

Astronomy 20
Sec 9832 - M/W

Astronomy 25
Sec 9833 - Tu/Th

Physics 1C
Sec 9889 - Tu/Th

Physics 11
Sec 9885 - M/W

Sunset over Guitar Lake

Sunrise on Big Rabbit (by K. Schwitkis)

Opera - neutrino velocity measurement link here.
Rebuttal preprint link here and summary.

Something about me.

How to make a CD-cereal box spectrometer:  This is another extra credit option. To get the extra credit do the following 1) make the spectrometer, 2) look at some different light sources (don't look directly at the sun), 3) draw up the spectra seen, 4) show someone else (like a significant other, friend, or relative) the spectrometer and some spectra, 5) discuss this event with me.

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For up-to-date, exciting pictures from the world of Astronomy, visit the Astronomy Picture of the Day website: APOD

For information on the latest news in Astronomy and Solar System exploration (and for information about lectures and other public events), visit NASA/Cal Tech's website for the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in La Canada: JPL

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