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Universities with good physics/astronomy programs?

  1. Nov 19, 2007 #1
    Hello all, I'm only in high school but lately Ive been looking up Universities that offer majors in physics and astronomy. So far Ive been looking at Clemson, The University of Georgia, Georgia Tech, and the college Ive been looking at the most is the University of Colorado at Boulder. The University of Colorado at Boulder looks the best to me, despite how far away it is from where I live. Can anybody give me any suggestions or links to any good colleges for studying physics and astronomy? I would be very grateful. I dont mind where it is in the US seeing as Im going to be going out of state either way since I haven't been able to find any colleges in North Carolina that I like. I would be very grateful if anybody could help with this.
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  4. Nov 19, 2007 #3
    Thanks alot, the helped me very much.
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