Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Professor Mulchan connects with his students by teaching that there is more to life than just living behind a computer screen. How to appreciate what is around us and how our atmosphere protects mankind. He opens our mind and uses story-telling as examples and visual slides to see more in-depth of what he is trying to portray.
I've learned a lot during the class due to the fact I love and appreciate the night sky. There are many highlights, a lot of it was telling us about his travels around the world. Another would be how each planet is so unique. I've consider Mercury as small, bipolar, depressing planet, in my opinion. You will learn why if you take the class. I love how I learned how our precious atmosphere protects daily from the shooting stars you see across the sky. Those are actually little meteors being vanquished by our atmosphere. And so much more surprises to learn in this Astronomy class.
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Advice for students:
Pay attention to every detail the Professor says. Everything he does say is on the test. He gives out a study guide which helps a lot but your notes in the lesson he speaks are just as important. Once the class is over, just review your notes afterward just to keep things fresh in your memory.