Extragalactic astronomy 1104-4A23
3.Active galaxy nuclei
4.Supermassive black holes
6.Galaxy systems; galaxy autocorrelation function
7.Uniform and isotropic Universe; Newtonian model
8.Relativistic models; cosmological constant
9.Astronomical observations in an expanding Universe
10.Standard model of the hot Universe
11.Formation of structure
12.Cosmic microwave background anisotropy
30h - attending lectures 1 ECTS
15h - preparing for lectures 0.5 ECTS
45h - training for an examination 1.5 ECTS
30h - attending classes 1 ECTS
30h - preparing for classes 1 ECTS
30h - training for a test 1 ECTS
Total: 6 ECTS
Knowledge of many different extragalactic objects and their evolution. Knowledge of simple cosmological models and methods of their verification.
Ability to estimate some object characteristics based on observational data. Ability to calculate some observable characteristics of an object as a function of the redshift within a simple cosmological model.
The deepened understanding of the laws of nature.
Written and oral exams
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