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Our full collection of all Deep Astronomy videos. Here you'll find everything from live astronomy hangouts to regular space news episodes and short space documentaries. You can browse by keyword, specific categories or just have poke around and see what you can find. There's definitely something for everyone!

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Telescope Talk The eVscope from Unistellar

18th Feb, 2020 - 0 views

Interested in supporting Deep Astronomy and getting great telescope gear? Use this link to shop at OPT (aff link): http://bit.ly/2Wq0BO8 There is a new telescope for amateurs that promises to get our night skies back. The eVscope is a revolutionar

Apophis Asteroid Apophis is Coming in 2029

13th Feb, 2020 - 15.8K views

The Apophis Asteroid is going to get very close to Earth in 2029! How/will it impact us? Apophis is classified as a Potential Hazardous Asteroid (PHA) to Earth and astronomers want to use the event to learn more about how these celestial bodies wil

Losing the Nobel Prize Cosmology Bicep and Bicep2

12th Feb, 2020 - 19 views

First Astro Coffee of the year! Today I'm talking with Dr Brian Keating, a professor of physics at the University of California, San Diego; a Fellow of the American Physical Society; a commercially rated pilot; and the director of the Simons Observa

JWST Delays Likely Betelgeuse Has Issues Starlink

12th Feb, 2020 - 18 views

Astro Coffee Hangouts have a new format! Astro Coffee will now be streamed every Thursday at 3pm regardless of whether we can schedule a guest or not. On the off-weeks where no guest is available, Tony will go over several topics of current intere

Inflation and the Early Universe

12th Feb, 2020 - 1837 views

Interested in supporting Deep Astronomy and getting great telescope gear? Use this link to shop at OPT (aff link): http://bit.ly/2Wq0BO8 The early universe is a subject of intense interest in cosmology and in this hangout Dr. Brian Keating, profess

JWST Delays Likely Betelgeuse Has Issues Starlink

6th Feb, 2020 - 3475 views

Astro Coffee Hangouts have a new format! Astro Coffee will now be streamed every Thursday at 3pm regardless of whether we can schedule a guest or not. On the off-weeks where no guest is available, Tony will go over several topics of current intere

Goodbye Spitzer Space Telescope Was it Worth It Whats Going to Happen To It

29th Jan, 2020 - 2754 views

NASA will shut down one of its most prolific space telescopes this week. The Spitzer Space Telescope will be decommissioned on Jan 30, 2020

Losing the Nobel Prize Cosmology Bicep and Bicep2

28th Jan, 2020 - 1754 views

First Astro Coffee of the year! Today I'm talking with Dr Brian Keating, a professor of physics at the University of California, San Diego; a Fellow of the American Physical Society; a commercially rated pilot; and the director of the Simons Observa

JWST Mission Confident of March 2021 Launch Tony Gets a Call From NASA

15th Jan, 2020 - 3925 views

At a town hall held on the first day of AAS meeting, NASA program managers and scientists express confidence that the James Webb Space Telescope will launch as currently scheduled in March 2021. Also, I got more feedback from my JWST reporting, this

Stellina Telescope Review The Amateur Astronomers Antidote to Light Pollution

20th Dec, 2019 - 7027 views

The new telescope from Stellina has great promise for the amateur living under light polluted skies

What Happens to Jupiter Saturn Neptune When Our Sun Dies

14th Dec, 2019 - 4920 views

This SFN Sponsored by Mova Globes: http://bit.ly/deepastronMOVAGlobes Get GREAT Telescope Gear from a GREAT company OPT Telescopes (aff link): http://bit.ly/2Wq0BO8 Ever wonder what’s going to happen to the outer planets of our solar system whe

NASAs Role in JWST Problems The First Telescopes on the Far Side of the Moon

7th Dec, 2019 - 11.4K views

Please check out the wonderful Mova Globes Here: http://bit.ly/2PkznFQ I have some further comments about some SFN feedback I got on my last JWST Video and in addition to that, it looks like we finally have some telescopes operating on the far side