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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Kepler/K2 Mission Coming to an End

10th Jul, 2018 - 1.7k views

As Kepler/K2 runs low on critical hydrazine fuel, NASA has put Kepler spacecraft in safe mode until August 2 2018

Eta Carinae the Enigmatic Explosive Star Probed by NASA NUSTAR

10th Jul, 2018 - 1.3k views

Eta Carinae, is a well known massive, luminous star system located about 7,500 light-years away from the Earth. It is in the southern constellation of Carina, and produced an outburst in the 19th century making it the second-brightest star in the sky

NASA Juno Mission Extended

9th Jul, 2018 - 2.2k views

In this episode, NASA extends Juno’s mission to Jupiter, a mission that has shown us some amazing features of the largest planet in our solar system and is also teaching us a lot about what lies beneath those stunning cloud formations.

Nothing is Easy About Humans to Mars . . . .But What About Making it Easier?

4th Jul, 2018 - 1.6k views

Detailed scenarios for human exploration of Mars have been developed and debated for decades, although many of them have been too technically challenging or unambiguously unaffordable. However, are there scenarios that are specifically developed to b

New JWST Launch Date, Budget Set By NASA

28th Jun, 2018 - 7.4k views

In this episode, the verdict is in. After reading and responding to the independent review of the JWST mission, NASA announced today a new launch date and an updated cost analysis. It looks like JWST will launch on March 30, 2021

New Off-Axis Telescope Design for Amateurs

26th Jun, 2018 - 1k views

How would you like to own a telescope that has the same design as some of the world's best observatories? The off-axis telescope is unique in that there is no secondary obstruction to mess up your image but the mirror configuration is not easy to co

Deep Astronomy Live! The First Astronomers?

19th Jun, 2018 - 4.3k views

Naturalist and author Bernie Taylor presents an origin to modern astronomy in European Paleolithic caves from 34,000 years ago that connects with global myths of hunter-gatherers and the ancients in the Mediterranean region. Taylor proposes that astr

Lost in Space? Not Sex and Gender!

18th Jun, 2018 - 1.6k views

Female and male astronauts adapt differently to space where small changes have significant impact. These issues are extremely important as we plan for exploration to the Moon and Mars as well as for commercial space travel.

Amateur Astronomy as a Hobby

13th Jun, 2018 - 1.1k views

Like this content? Please consider becoming a patron: After a bit of a haitus, we're back. We've retooled a little bit and we're going to try a new format. Today, Tony, Adam, John and Alex will be answering questi

Alternative Explanation For KBO Orbits Doesn't Need Planet 9

12th Jun, 2018 - 3.3k views

We've been looking for planet 9 but haven't found it yet. Perhaps it isn't there? New ideas for what may be causing strange KBO orbits in outer solar system.

Does Some Dark Matter Have an Electric Charge?

10th Jun, 2018 - 1.4k views

Evidence for dark matter has been known for some time, and it is expected that it interacts with the familiar luminous matter that we see in the universe in some normal way.

Electric Dark Matter?

6th Jun, 2018 - 4.3k views

Is it possible that dark matter, or at least some of it, has an electric charge? That would explain a lot if it did.