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Rosetta Wakes Up!; Herschel Finds Water Plumes on Ceres; John Dobson Dies: SFN 124

25th Jan, 2014 - 356 views

This will be the last broadcast of Space Fan News on the DeepAstronomy Channel. All future episodes will be broadcast from our new Space Fan News Channel: http://youtube.com/TheSpaceFanNews So please subscribe if you want to continue watching. Sp

Deep Astronomy on Anchor | Vlog #4

21st Jul, 2017 - 1.2k views

I've been considering doing some audio-only content for a while and I'm going to try the Anchor App on Android to kick start me. This video will describe what I will use Anchor for and how it will integrate with other Deep Astronomy content online.

Space Fan News Submission Guide

7th Apr, 2017 - 1.4k views

Would you like to submit a video story for inclusion in our weekly Space Fan News show? Please follow these guidelines and let's get started! Hope to see your story soon. Read more here: http://deepastronomy.com/article/17/sfn-submission-guideline

ESAs Exoplanet Mission CHEOPS is Ready for Launch

29th Mar, 2019 - 1.5k views

Space Fan News is Sponsored by OPT Telescopes and Patreon Patrons: https://bit.ly/2SwhmVB In this episode, the European Space Agency revealed earlier this month that the upcoming CHEOPS mission designed to study the structure of exoplanets smaller t

Standard Sirens To The Rescue LIGO Gets An Upgrade

6th Mar, 2019 - 2.1k views

Space Fan News is Sponsored by OPT Telescopes and Patreon Patrons: https://bit.ly/2SwhmVB The LIGO gravitational observatory collaboration receives new funding to upgrade it’s amazing facilities. This should allow astronomers to get more informat

The Cosmic Optical Background: New Horizons Probes the Universe

27th Apr, 2017 - 2.2k views

Researchers have cleverly used data from the New Horizons mission to look at the light from distant galaxies. The universe is filled with galaxies light up the cosmos, but too faint to see with the naked eye. Can we measure it? How bright is it?

JunoCam Shines at Halfway Point of Juno Mission to Jupiter

19th Dec, 2018 - 2.2k views

NASA’s Juno Mission to Jupiter reaches the midpoint of its mission and has far exceeded expectations. There’s also a lesson here for NASA: always include a camera in your space probes to planets!

Are Exomoons a Better Place to Look For Life?

9th Aug, 2018 - 2.4k views

Let’s talk about ExoMoons, you know, those moons in orbit around other planets around other stars in our galaxy. Is it possible that they might be better harbors for life?

Premier Camera WFC3 Goes Offline On Hubble Space Telescope

11th Jan, 2019 - 2.4k views

Space Fan News is Sponsored by OPT Telescopes and Patreon Patrons: https://bit.ly/2SwhmVB Earlier this week, NASA posted an alert stating that on January 8, the premier camera on the Hubble Space Telescope experienced an anomaly, raising fears (at l

NASA Selects SPHEREx to Study the Early Universe

22nd Feb, 2019 - 2.5k views

Space Fan News is Sponsored by OPT Telescopes and Patreon Patrons: https://bit.ly/2SwhmVB In this episode, NASA has added a really cool new mission that will explore the early universe and it is designed to help astronomers understand how our univer

Launch Date Set for Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS)!

4th Apr, 2018 - 2.5k views

Launch Date set for TESS: April 16, 2018, 6:32pm ET. TESS is designed to scan the entire sky over two years to find as many exoplanets as it can among the closest and brightest stars to Earth.

OSIRISRex and New Horizons Ultima Thule Set Records During Busy First Week of 2019

5th Jan, 2019 - 2.5k views

This year is starting off with a bang (astronomically speaking). In the first week we have OSIRIS_Rex in orbit around the asteroid Bennu and New Horizons Flies Past Ultima Thule