• It depends on how deep you delve into it. Kepler's Laws are pretty easy to grasp with minimal mathematics background, but some of the stellar structure equations and relativistic thermodynamics involved in understanding the interiors of celestial objects are far more complicated than the average college undergraduate would prefer. So, if you are looking for something mathematically challenging, Astronomy 101 will almost certainly disappoint, but Relativistic Astrophysics might be overboard. There are of course plenty of steps in between.
  • What is "math"?
    • bostjan64
      In the USA, "math" is short for "mathematics."

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