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2. Ancient Astronomy and Celestial Phenomena
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2.8 stars from 10 ratings
A bit of dissapointment
Not as good as I thought, just some very short videos with basic information.
wfjerr via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/25/12
Ok, I understand it's free, but a "fish eye" close up of this handsome professor spreading into 42 clips is a little bit boring and overwhelming. By the way: nice nostrils view angle.
Lucaur via Apple Podcasts · Italy · 01/02/12
Nice!
would be better as an audio podcast. Nice information but wish it would go more indepth! i recommend !
kelinnt via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/06/11
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