La Buhardilla 2.0 Pograma 126: El tránsito de Venus (SXVII-SXIX)

La Buhardilla 2.0 Pograma 126: El tránsito de Venus (SXVII-SXIX)

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Descripción de La Buhardilla 2.0 Pograma 126: El tránsito de Venus (SXVII-SXIX)

física astronomía ciencia matemáticas biología química kepler Venus Halley


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Ioannes Carolus

Un programa muy interesante y a la vez muy divertido.

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buhardilla

Muchas gracias por estar al otro lado, tanto de las ondas como del "charco"

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Yo los escucho desde Venezuela. Saludos en diferido.

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