Created by:   The University of Edinburgh

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English, Subtitles: Russian, Romanian
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4.7 stars
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Rated 4.7 out of 5 of 814 ratings

Excellent course! I'm an electrical engineer, not an astronomer nor biologist. However, I've always been interested in both topics. This course delved into both just enough where I stayed focused and understood everything. Each course was extremely interesting and I learned many new things in each. I highly recommend it for anyone interested in the science behind the search for extraterrestrial life!

I specifically ' delayed' ending this course because I didn't want it to end . :)

Very good, it was the perfect amendment for my studies in environmental informatics.

Highly interesting and informative course, it gives you a well balanced overview of the subject and act as a springboard to delve further into the study of the Universe and its marvels. Personally I really enjoyed professor Cockell's lessons, I found him amiable and his teaching clear.

If anything, I would say it is advisable to have a second source of information concerning space missions and science discoveries as some of these go back to 2013-2014, when the course was likely prepared.