Moons of our Solar System
Moons of our Solar System

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Moons of our Solar System

3.1 Presentation recording

In this course’s first run in 2014, we hosted a live video presentation towards, in which we answered questions about topics from Weeks 7 and 8. You may find it interesting to watch the video recording.

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We are unable to offer a live session on OpenLearn, but if you have questions that are not answered in the video, they may be answered in the Moons Facebook group [Tip: hold Ctrl and click a link to open it in a new tab. (Hide tip)] . Please note, there is no official online forum for this course, however, learners who completed a previous version of this course, and want to maintain their connection with moons have set up a Moons Facebook group. Feel free to drop in, to swap experiences with, or seek advice from, your predecessors.

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