E-mailing Professor Wright

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  1. Who you are: student [give grade level], amateur scientist, ...
  2. Your mathematical level: mathematics is "unreasonably effective" for describing the Universe, and calculus really simplifies some topics - but only if you know it.
  3. Why you are writing
  4. Whether you have read the Frequently Asked Questions and if so, why your question is not answered by the FAQ or what you did not understand about the FAQ.

Please note that if you find the FAQ confusing or unclear, I do want to hear about it! I need feedback to improve this web site.

This site is about cosmology. For general astronomical data questions, try Zombeck's Handbook of Space Astronomy and Astrophysics.

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