Greek Mythology in Astronomy (pt.1)

Lyra, Cygnus, Perseus, Ophiuchus
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Greek Mythology in Astronomy (pt.1)
Rating: 3.8 out of 5 (111 ratings)
3,692 students
Increased knowledge in Greek Mythology

Requirements

  • Basic astronomy knowlege and basic Greek Mythology

Description

Here are three Greek myths about constellations in the summer sky. Warning: Greek mythology has a lot of adult themes in it. I try to keep it PG as much as possible. The Greeks were very interesting story tellers since there was no YouTube back then they had to entertain themselves somehow.

Who this course is for:

  • Anyone interested in mythology

Course content

1 section • 6 lectures • 34m total length
  • Orpheus and Euridice
    06:06
  • Perseus
    08:52
  • Asclespius
    04:35
  • Phaethon
    03:37
  • Orion
    05:01
  • Erichthonius
    06:08

Instructor

College Student Pursuing Teaching High School
1astrokid1 (Astro Kid)
  • 3.8 Instructor Rating
  • 111 Reviews
  • 3,692 Students
  • 1 Course

Hello everyone! I am currently a junior in college pursuing a Chemistry major. I have a YouTube channel where I teach high school and college level tutorials on topics in subjects students are struggling in such as chemistry, calculus, AP Computer Science (java), organic chemistry and much more. All the videos on here are on my channel for free. Always remember that science never sucks!