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Cycles in the Sky: Crash Course Astronomy #3

Cycles in the Sky: Crash Course Astronomy #3

Săptămâna aceasta ne bazăm pe observațiile noastre cu ochiul liber de săptămâna trecută și aruncăm o privire asupra fenomenelor ciclice pe care le putem vedea la lucru în univers.

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Introducere 00:00
Cycles in the Sky 0:42
Zodiacul 2:10
Mișcarea Planetară 2:59
Axa Pământului 3:36
Precesiune 6:09
Lucruri pe care le-am învățat din observațiile cu ochiul liber 7:09
Revizuire 8:40

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8 thoughts on “Cycles in the Sky: Crash Course Astronomy #3”

  1. I feel like the wrong stuff is highlighted as text in the videos. I would much rather the actual facts or concepts to be written that way so I could make better notes. The other stuffs easy to understand so I don’t really get the point. LOVING this crash course though!! All this knowledge for free?? My month has been made

  2. I was introduced to the subject by the astronomy series "The Universe" (broadcast on German television). It is great to have this endless topic taught by enthusiasts like Michelle Thaller or Phil Plait. The non-mathematical approach makes it possible for anyone interested to get started. I will motivate my young daughter to take an early interest in science as many scientific breakthroughs have been made by women.

  3. @randomfamilyvideos2728

    Excellent series. However, I was hoping for a guide to how to locate things in the night sky: What are the brightest stars; how to identify the constellations; "arc to Arcturus" and such. The series seems to assume people already know all of that. I'll have to look elsewhere for a "guide to the night sky." I have a telescope that you calibrate by pointing it at three stars. I'm trying to learn my way around the sky enough to find them. (Plus I'm in the city where there aren't many to choose from…)

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