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The Universe Explained A Cosmic QA w Heather Couper and Nigen Henbest

12th Dec, 2018 - 1.2k views

Astro Coffee Hangouts are sponsored and endorsed by the American Astronomical Society. Over the course of their illustrious work in astronomy, Heather Couper and Nigel Henbest collected hundreds of the most popular astronomy questio

#AAS231 Superbowl of Astronomy Roundup: DES Data; JWST Update; Distant Galaxy Found; Citizen Science

13th Jan, 2018 - 3.2k views

This video series was started in January 2011 during the winter meeting of the American Astronomical Society. Well this week finished the one for 2018 and here is a roundup of stories we found most interesting.

Fast Radio Burst Found; New Galaxy Type Discovered; JWST Testing Resumes | SFN #189

7th Jan, 2017 - 8k views

Consider supporting Space Fan News: to ensure you get current space & astronomy news each week! Space Fan News Theme by Stephen Dubois available for download here: It's AAS Week here at

Future in Space: Beautiful Ballooning... And More

20th Oct, 2016 - 2.5k views

Live chat will be here when live: While the world’s space agencies extend humanity’s reach into space with science satellites of all kinds, generations of scientists have carried out cutting-edge research from high in t

SFN #148: 4 Years of SFN!; NuSTAR Images Andromeda; Globulars May Harbor Civs

8th Jan, 2016 - 5.5k views

This week marks 4 years of Space Fan News! Thanks to all of you for watching and supporting. Links SFN #1: NuSTAR: Globular

SFN #143: Directly Imaging Exoplanets? Ground-based Telescopes Lead the Way!

4th Dec, 2015 - 6.3k views

Watch out space telescopes, there is an army of ground-based instruments poised to look directly at planets around other stars. With names like SPHERE, GPI and SCExAO, the future of exoplanet science rests with some of the most sophisticated instr

Space Fan News #89: Space Week Wraps Up in Long Beach

11th Jan, 2013 - 2.7k views

Space Week may be over in Long Beach, but it's just getting started on our channel. I have lots of stuff to upload over the next few days. I hope you'll let me know what you think! Join our Deep Astronomy Community on Google+:

Space Fan News #86: Space Week Preview

7th Jan, 2013 - 4k views

It's Space Week! It's like Shark Week but less bitey. I'm at the AAS meeting all week to try and give you some idea of what it's like at these meetings. We're going to have Hangouts on Air everyday and I'll post an SFN every night. I'll also post

Space Fan News #49: There Are More Planets than Stars in Our Galaxy

12th Jan, 2012 - 8.5k views Hundred Sixty Billion planets: Kepler finds three

Space Fan News #48: JWST Making a Splash at AAS; Herschel Looks at Clouds; Hubble Outdoes Itself

11th Jan, 2012 - 3.9k views Hershel's view of LMC/SMC: Hubble Protocluster:

Space Fan News #47: JWST Goes to AAS; Kepler Misses a Couple Planets

10th Jan, 2012 - 4.5k views Thanks to Alberto Conti and Jason Kalirai for the visuals! Here's the link to discovery:

Space Fan News #4: Candles in the Dark

14th Jan, 2011 - 5.8k views

This one's a little long because I wanted to give some background into the two press releases that came out of the AAS today: