Astronomy Lectures by Carolin Crawford

| November 7, 2013 | 1 Comment

Here we have a playlist of 13 Astronomy lectures by Prof. Carolin Crawford. Prof. Crawford received her PhD from Newnham College and went on a variety of fellowships at such places as Oxford, Cambridge and the Royal Society.  In 2004 she was appointed as a Fellow and College Lecturer at Emmanuel College, Cambridge. These days Carolin Crawford has a reputation of one of Britain’s foremost science communicators.

The playlist contains a variety of lectures, the topics of which include the following: sounds of the universe, Saturn rings and moons, rotations in space, clusters of galaxies, large telescope and why we need them, star dust, X-ray astrophysics, age of the universe, exoplanets, collisions of galaxies and the red planet Mars.

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  1. ice says:

    Thank you for sharing.

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