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This course aims at helping students to review the major concepts and methods of selected topics in the NSS Physics Elective: "Astronomy and Space Science". Topics include oribital motion and gravity, observation and studies of stars, Doppler effect and its application in modern astronomy. Students will gain hands-on experience of solving problems related to these topics as well as gaining new perspectives in modern astronomy beyond those covered the NSS syllabus.
|Category:||Category II – Academy Credit-bearing|
|Learning outcomes:||Upon completion of this course, students should be able to:|
|Medium of Instruction:||Chinese|
|Recognition:||No. of Academy unit(s) awarded: 1
* A certificate or letter of completion will be awarded to student upon completion.
|Expected applicants:||S5-S6 students who study physics in full subject in the NSS curriculum|
|Organising period:||Summer 2011|
|Application method:||SAYT Online application|