Science Update with Professor Eric Smith, KSU Astronomy Lecturer
Cobb TV 23: Science Update with Professor Eric Smith, KSU Astronomy Lecturer Produced by David…
Georgia (Oct 7, 2015) — Cobb TV 23: Science Update with Professor Eric Smith, KSU Astronomy Lecturer
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Produced by David Tyler, Cobb TV 23
What does the Bood Moon mean? How frequently does it occur? Is there water on Mars? Kennesaw State University physics lecturer Eric Smith provides the answers to these questions and more in this segment.
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