362-142 Explorations of the Universe

Course Notes

Steven Dutch, Professor Emeritus, Natural and Applied Sciences, University of Wisconsin - Green Bay

Notes on Videos and Lectures

Cosmos 5: Blues for a Red Planet

Lecture Topic
General University Rules and Expectations
General Notes on Cosmos
Cosmos 1: Shores of the Cosmic Ocean
Shape of the World 1: Heaven and Earth
Cosmos 3: Harmony of the Worlds
Shape of the World: Excerpts
Beginning of the Space Age
Going to the Moon
Three Films about the Space Race
Cosmos 4: Heaven and Hell
Science and Pseudoscience
Cosmos 5: Blues for a Red Planet
Cosmos 6: Travelers' Tales
The Further Adventures of Voyager
Cosmos 9: The Lives of the Stars
Galaxies: Their Structure and Distances
Cosmology: Structure, Origin and Fate of the Universe
Cosmos 2: One Voice in the Cosmic Fugue
Cosmos #11 Persistence of Memory
Cosmos 12: Encyclopedia Galactica

Other Cosmos Programs

The Backbone of Night
Travels in Space and Time
The Edge of Forever

Other Information Related to the Course

Physical Data on the Planets
Illustrations of Important Rockets and Spacecraft

Chronology of Lunar and Planetary Missions
Chronology of Pre-Shuttle Manned Space Missions (1961-1980)
Chronology of Manned Space Missions 1981-1989
Chronology of Manned Space Missions 1990-1999

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