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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!

Found 678 videos

Your Sky Tonight: Easy Way to Find the North Star (Polaris)

8th Aug, 2017 - 23.3K views

Have you ever wondered how to find the North Star? Did you know it is not one of the brightest stars in the sky? Polaris is actually quite dim and finding it is not easy. Unless you know the trick, that is! Listen to Deep Astronomy on Anchor: h

Your Sky Tonight - The Perseid Meteor Shower

10th Aug, 2017 - 12.6K views

It's been reported that the 2017 Perseid Meteor Shower will be the brightest ever recorded, and some are even saying you can see it during the day! Sadly, this is fake news. If anything this year's shower will be less dramatic, with fewer meteors s

Your Sky Tonight - July 31, 2017

31st Jul, 2017 - 1587 views

What is the Moon up to this week? Let's take a look, since it is so bright that we're going to have a hard time looking at much else this week! Listen to Deep Astronomy on Anchor: https://Anchor.fm/DeepAstronomy Created with Stellarium Open Source

Your Sky Tonight - July 27, 2017

27th Jul, 2017 - 1907 views

Listen to Deep Astronomy on Anchor: https://Anchor.fm/DeepAstronomy Created with Stellarium Open Source Software: http://www.stellarium.org/ Original Music - Mark C. Petersen, Lochness Productions: https://www.lochnessproductions.com/ Lots of cool

Your Sky Tonight - July 25, 2017

25th Jul, 2017 - 1524 views

Listen to Deep Astronomy on Anchor: https://Anchor.fm/DeepAstronomy Created with Stellarium Open Source Software: http://www.stellarium.org/ Original Music - Mark C. Petersen, Lochness Productions: https://www.lochnessproductions.com/ Just after s

Your Sky Tonight - July 24, 2017

24th Jul, 2017 - 2650 views

Listen to Deep Astronomy on Anchor: https://Anchor.fm/DeepAstronomy Created with Stellarium Open Source Software: http://www.stellarium.org/ Original Music - Mark C. Petersen, Lochness Productions: https://www.lochnessproductions.com/ Tonight just

Your Sky Tonight - July 22, 2017

22nd Jul, 2017 - 1845 views

Listen to Deep Astronomy on Anchor: https://Anchor.fm/DeepAstronomy Created with Stellarium Open Source Software: http://www.stellarium.org/ The rest of this month offers a great time to find the International Space Station in the Northern Hemisphe

Your Sky Tonight - July 21, 2017

21st Jul, 2017 - 1635 views

Listen to DeepAstronomy on Anchor: https://anchor.fm/DeepAstronomy Created with Stellarium Open Source Software: http://www.stellarium.org/ Original Music - Mark C. Petersen, Lochness Productions: https://www.lochnessproductions.com/ Tonight we t

Your Sky Tonight - July 20, 2017

20th Jul, 2017 - 1946 views

Support Deep Astronomy on Patreon: https://patreon.com/DeepAstronomy Do you guys want to see more of this type of video? Please let me know in the comments, etc! Follow DeepAstronomy on Twitter: @DeepAstronomy Like DeepAstronomy on Facebook: htt

Your Sky Tonight - August 2, 2017

2nd Aug, 2017 - 2182 views

Let's go South and look at the southern skies. Listen to Deep Astronomy on Anchor: https://Anchor.fm/DeepAstronomy Created with Stellarium Open Source Software: http://www.stellarium.org/ Original Music - Mark C. Petersen, Lochness Productions: ht

Your Sky Tonight - Antares: A Giant in Our Summer Skies

23rd Aug, 2017 - 6242 views

If you like this content, please consider supporting Deep Astronomy on Patreon: https://patreon.com/DeepAstronomy New observations of the supergiant star Antares have given us the most detailed image ever taken of a star other than our Sun. Read mor

Your Sky Tonight The SuperEarth Around Barnards Star

21st Nov, 2018 - 3626 views

Located in the constellation Ophiuchus, there is an unremarkable red dwarf star some six light years away. After the three stars of the Alpha Centauri system, this is the closest star to us. Known as Barnard’s star, it is invisible to the unaided