Astronomy Videos

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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Hubble Hangout: Exploring Hubble Data Yourself

29th Jan, 2013 - 0 views

Did you know you have access to the same Hubble data as astronomers? In this hangout we show you some ways to access it through the Hubble Legacy Archive: http://hla.stsci.edu We also discuss galaxy mergers and collisions.

AAS Hangout: The Black Hole in the Center of our Galaxy

8th Jan, 2013 - 0 views

Our first AAS hangout went better than I could have hoped! Lots of great conversation about black holes, and the center of our galaxy. Also had a surprise visit from John Grunsfeld, head of the science mission directorate at NASA (Oh and he's an as

The Drake Equation

19th Dec, 2012 - 0 views

The new answer to life, the universe and everything has been revised, it's now 59, with lower error bars. Thanks to all who attended, lots of fun was had by all. Here are some of the links I proimised: The Algorithmic Origins of Life: http://rsif.

Buying Your First Telescope

19th Dec, 2013 - 0 views

Hello Space Fans! If there's one question that +Tony Darnell and +Scott Lewis have been asked more than any, it's "what telescope should I buy?". With the holidays in full swing, many are eager to either go buy the biggest, most expensive telescope

Kepler 62 and Exoplanets in Habitable Zones

18th Apr, 2013 - 0 views

Today Kepler announced the discovery of the smallest exoplanets in a stars habitable zone. Two of the five planets discovered around Kepler 62 are within the habitable zone of the host star. We discuss this discovery and much more: the TESS mission

The CANDELS Survey: The largest project in the history of Hubble

6th Feb, 2013 - 48 views

The CANDELS Survey has been 902 assigned orbits of observing time on the Hubble Space Telescope. That's a total of four months if done all at once; in practice though, the survey will be conducted over three years. So, what are they doing while the

Mario Livio: The Most Colossal Scientific Blunders Ever Made

29th May, 2013 - 54 views

The Most Colossal Scientific Blunders Ever Made

Spacefan Hangout - Some New Things

8th Dec, 2012 - 67 views

Here are some of the links I promised. Please come to our next hangout "Exoplanets and Life in the Universe" on Tuesday, Dec 11th: https://plus.google.com/u/0/events/cbj0une7c05hvn4knouc79pb49g Dr. Sara Seager: http://seagerexoplanets.mit.edu/biog

Exoplanets and Life in the Universe

11th Dec, 2012 - 77 views

Please join our Deep Astronomy Community to find out when the next hangout will be. It is also your place to ask questions and have discussions about all things astronomy! Deep Astronomy Community: https://plus.google.com/u/0/communities/1098499396

Guinness World Record Attempt for Largest Astronomy Lesson (con't)

11th Mar, 2013 - 88 views

Sorry for the dropout earlier. I restarted from the beginning of the lesson.