What can I learn about astrophysics as a physics student?

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In summary, as a physics student, you can learn about the fundamental principles of astrophysics, including gravity, electromagnetism, and thermodynamics, and how they apply to the study of celestial bodies. You will also gain an understanding of the structure and evolution of the universe, from the formation of galaxies to the birth and death of stars. Additionally, you can explore advanced topics such as black holes, dark matter, and the search for extraterrestrial life. Studying astrophysics as a physics student can provide a deeper understanding of the laws of the universe and the mysteries that still await discovery.
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Hi, I'm a physics student. I'm mostly interested in astrophysics and I would like to know more about it along my studies in order to understand better what to do in the future.
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