Not too easy. Not too difficult.
I would absolutely recommend this course! You're able to learn things you would have never thought about before. You can go outside and be able to name constellations and tell what nebula they're a part of or close to. You can tell people how the Earth was formed, why Jupiter is so different from Mars, and why the sun has spots and flares. You gain knowledge that is interesting instead of dull and you're able to better appreciate the night sky.
I gained a sense of inspiration by taking this course. I can look at the world around me and be appreciative that our planet formed the exact distance from our sun that we needed to harbor life. I can take my baby cousins outside and tell him about Mars and how it used to look a lot more like us. I can recognize constellations and tell what time of year it is just by looking at them. By taking this course, I gained a short range of life-long knowledge that will forever leave me in awe of the universe we live in.
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Advice for students:
Make sure you don't miss classes and find someone from the class to study with. Draw lots of diagrams and make sure you pay attention. Professor Wooten knows what he's talking about and has a well of knowledge you can tap into if you pay attention. Take the night class and you'll have live demonstrations and star gazes.