One Minute Astronomy

Sixty Second Astronomy

Sixty Second Astronomy

How much can you learn about astronomy in sixty seconds? The Open University thinks you can learn a lot. Through their open learning initiative on YouTube, they present twelve one minute animated videos narrated by David Mitchell. He’s a comedian, so if you’ve got a quarter of an hour to spare, you can be amused and educated at the same time.


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Jim has fought forest fires and controlled traffic in the air and on the sea. Now he writes stories.
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4 Responses to One Minute Astronomy

  1. mixedupmeme says:

    I have just wasted…..I mean I have just watched 5 minutes worth of Astronomy. I will bookmark the rest for later.

    I don’t think I ever reported that I finished the Green Comet latest story….the one I think I downloaded in December. The one where the virus killed off a lot. But thanks to the 5…..the comet was saved!!! Is there a new installment?

    • arjaybe says:

      Yes there is another extension coming. I’m almost finished the first draft, so it won’t be long, depending on how you define long.-)


  2. Laird Smith says:

    I watched all the 60 second astronomy segments. They were informative. The nice thing is that you can listen to them again and you don’t have to watch the action.

  3. arjaybe says:

    I never thought of that. Less distracting?


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