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

15th Jan, 2020 - 3063 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 - 5677 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 - 4584 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 - 11.3K 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

The Case for the Carl Sagan Space Telescope

15th Nov, 2019 - 12.1K views

Some astronomers are building a case to launch a space telescope in honor of Carl Sagan

NASA TESS Finishes First Year of Exoplanet Science Operations

13th Nov, 2019 - 5090 views

Looking to purchase some telescope gear? Support Deep Astronomy by checking out OPT Telescopes, a great resource for all amateur astronomy stuff: http://bit.ly/2Wq0BO8 NASA's Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite has completed it's first year of sc

Will ISRO Be Able to Communicate with Chandrayaan 2 Vikram Lander

6th Nov, 2019 - 113.3K views

Space Fan News is Sponsored by OPT Telescopes and Patreon Patrons: http://bit.ly/2Wq0BO8 #ISRO #VikramLander #SpaceFanNews On September 7, 2019 the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) lost contact with the Chandrayaan 2 Vikram lander as it ma

How Many Worlds Quantum Mechanics is Like Intelligent Design and Sets a Dangerous Precedent

31st Oct, 2019 - 3201 views

The Many Worlds Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics sets a dangerous precedent in science. We are openly advocating theories in science that have no hope of contacting the real world with data and observations

Is JWST Finally Ready

28th Oct, 2019 - 37.9K views

The long-delayed James Webb Space Telescope has finally been completed and is undergoing final testing before being made ready for launch in March 2021

What Will NASAs Lunar Gateway Habitat Look Like

7th Oct, 2019 - 3520 views

Future in Space Hangouts are sponsored by the American Astronautical Society, consider becoming member: https://astronautical.org/member A critical part of NASA's plan to get to Mars and the Moon include the development and construction of a gatewa

NASAs TESS Watches a Star Getting Devoured by a Black Hole

5th Oct, 2019 - 8267 views

Like this content? Please consider becoming a patron: https://patreon.com/DeepAstronomy In this episode, our favorite exoplanet hunting space telescope, known as TESS, has managed to capture a black hole tearing a star apart. Not only is TESS fin

Using Nuclear Propulsion for Deep Space Exploration

16th Sep, 2019 - 5609 views

Future in Space Hangouts are sponsored by the American Astronautical Society. Become a member today: https://astronautical.org/membership Today’s advances in materials, testing capabilities, and reactor development are providing impetus for NASA