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Cosmic Origins
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4.3 stars from 35 ratings
Paul Thompson
Astronomy and the cosmos is something that I have been interested in since reading Carl Sagans book, "Cosmos" a few years ago. So I was interested to watch this series of public lectures on "Cosmic Origins". And I must say I was glued to my TV for the length of all these presentations and was...Read full review »
Paul Thompson 3131 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 04/19/11
I would recommend this for anyone who has any interest in cosmology.
Kcw0214 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/20/11
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