Naked Eye Observations: Crash Course Astronomy #2

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Today on Crash Course Astronomy, Phil invites you to head outside and take a look at all the incredible things you can see with your naked eye.

Table of Contents:
Naked Eye Observations 0:28.4
Constellations 3:09.7
The Color of Stars 2:44.5
View of the Stars 7:25

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Sophie Wake says:

What is the name of the song they use in the intro?

Bean Dar says:

Here in Houston we have a whopping total of 48 stars in the sky!

Lonezewolf Gaming says:

Lets just say theres no such thing as highway laws in space.

tarika v says:

am i the only 11 year old watching this for fun?….

abdullah bedir says:

Humans are pattern recognizing animals?

Hercules Rockefeller says:

What if we lived on the very last star of one of the spiral arms.. Would there be a large dark void in one side of the sky? What would the milky way look like in the sky, looking at it from the 'very edge'?

matt snow says:

you should see the night sky in the northern territory outback in australia

Don S. says:

I wanted to enjoy these videos, but the editing leaves the speaker talking non stop with few pauses. It's irksome.

Ahmed Faraaz says:

Wow.. people can see orion!!!
Here in India I can only see venus,mercury and mars!!

Phillip Le says:

The intro song?

sleetskate says:

where i live i only see like 10 stars/planets on a good day

Bhavesh Sadiwala says:

Really very good and informative!!
I would however like the editing of the video to not be so intense, like allowing pauses in between sentences, the video just doesn't give you time to think or mull over an idea but you have to constantly focus on the next words being said.

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