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Proud to Be a Space Geek: The Mysteries Beyond Our Solar System
Black holes, binary stars, the Big Bang and The Big Freeze. What exactly do these mean, and what do they mean for the future of the human race? We will take a look at the latest facts and the latest theories.
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There is more that we don't know about the Universe than we do know. Way more. But thanks to things like the Hubble space telescope and other advances in technology, we are finding out a lot more about the Universe than we knew even thirty years ago. Black holes are becoming visible. Dark matter and dark energy continue to amaze and confuse scientists. What are binary stars? What are star births? Do gravity waves actually exist? We'll take a look at many of the mysteries that lie beyond our...
Learners will walk away with a better understanding of what we know, and what we don't know about the Universe that surrounds us.
I am a Meteorologist and Space reporter for my local CBS and ABC TV stations. My history with space goes back to my childhood and has been a lifelong serious pursuit. It's what inspired me to become a meteorologist. I have a B.S. in Meteorology/Climatology and I earned my AMS Seal of Approval back in 2008.
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50 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Scott ElnesTV Weatherman Teaches Science!
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18 completed classes
Hi! I'm Scott and I was a right brained kid. Science did not click for me until I began watching Carl Sagan (Cosmos) and people like Neil deGrasse Tyson. I strongly believe that having an artistic mind can give someone a STRONG advantage in...