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In Quest of the Universe, 7th Ed. AND Astronomy Activity and Laboratory Manual, 2nd Ed.

Author(s): Theo Koupelis, Edison State College, Fort Myers, Florida
Alan W. Hirshfeld, PhD, University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth
  • ISBN-13: 9781284180749
  • Kit     pages      © 2014
  • Will Publish: 12/3/2018
Price: $149.95 US List
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The Complete Astronomy Course Solution!

Bundle In Quest of the Universe, Seventh Edition with the new Astronomy Activity and Laboratory Manual, Second Edition for a complete and affordable hands-on-learning astronomy course solution.

Astronomy Activity and Laboratory Manual provides a cost effective way to introduce active learning into any introductory astronomy course. The activities within this lab manual require no specialized equipment or individual materials beyond a pencil, straightedge, and common calculator, making it easy to integrate into any course of any size, whether in the classroom or online.

No two astronomy courses are alike, and every instructor has a particular teaching style and approach to topic organization. That’s why each activity within Astronomy Activity and Laboratory Manual is self-contained, allowing instructors to customize the selection of activities for their unique course.

Take your students on an exciting journey through the universe with the compelling narrative of the Astronomy Activity and Laboratory Manual and the fact-based approach of the core textbook.

Applicable Courses

The complete course solution for Introductory Astronomy courses, especially those designed for non-science majors.

Theo Koupelis-Edison State College, Fort Myers, Florida

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Alan W. Hirshfeld, PhD-University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth

Alan W. Hirshfeld is Professor of Physics at the University of Massachusetts - Dartmouth and an Associate of the Harvard College Observatory. He received his undergraduate degree in astrophysics from Princeton University in 1973 and his PhD in astronomy from Yale University in 1978. He is the author of two widely praised books: Parallax: The Race to Measure the Cosmos, which chronicles the human stories involved in the centuries-long quest to measure the first distance to a star; and The Electric Life of Michael Faraday, a biography of the 19th century pioneer of electricity and magnetism. His writings have appeared in numerous magazines and he has lectured at educational institutions nationwide about scientific history and discovery.

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