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The Value of Edutainment – Creating Simple Video Games for Space Education

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Date: December 19th, 2012

Title: The Value of Edutainment – Creating Simple Video Games for Space Education

Podcaster: Tyler Yohe

Organization: Broken Crown Games

Links: www.brokencrowngames.com

Description: Overview the value of creating video games for the purpose of education in the space sciences

Bio:

Today’s Sponsor: This episode of 365 days of astronomy was sponsored by Clear Skies Observing Guides, a Modern Day Celestial Handbook. www.clearskies.eu ..Clear skies observing guides, or CSOG, is a new concept in visual amateur astronomy. The observing guides contain thousands of objects to observe through amateur telescopes, with matching tours for GOTO telescopes and matching AstroPlanner plan-files. CSOG allows you to target deep-sky objects and carbon stars you never observed before, night after night. Wishing astronomers around the world: Clear skies..!

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