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

13th Jan, 2018 - 3231 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.

#FalconHeavy Launch 2018

10th Feb, 2018 - 4201 views

Falcon Heavy launch 2018 | Astronomers make the strange leap from smeared light from a distant galaxy | JWST is making it's way to California

#JWST Launch Delayed; New LIGO GW Event; Parker Solar Probe Update; Surprise from ESA's Rosetta

29th Sep, 2017 - 6535 views

Consider supporting Space Fan News: https://patreon.com/DeepAstronomy to ensure you get current space & astronomy news each week! Looks like the launch of the James Webb Space Telescope will be delayed for 5-8 months. As sad as that makes me, I'm o

2 Rocky Earth-Like Worlds; Most Distant Quasar Found in Reionization Era; ESPRESSO Better Than HARPS

9th Dec, 2017 - 5855 views

Consider supporting Space Fan News: https://patreon.com/DeepAstronomy to ensure you get current space & astronomy news each week! This week, astronomers at ESO find yet another system with rocky, earth-sized planets; the most distant quasar from the

2 Trillion Galaxies?; DECam Finds 3 New Dwarf Planets and Get Ready for LSST | SFN #180

15th Oct, 2016 - 9844 views

Support Space Fan News on Patreon: https://patreon.com/DeepAstronomy Get the latest astronomy news every week. Apologies for the audio, the mic died while filming (truth be told, the Zoom SD card filled up - Doh!). Here are the links to this week's

2016: A Golden Year in the Golden Age of Astronomy | SFN #188

31st Dec, 2016 - 5456 views

Consider supporting Space Fan News: https://patreon.com/DeepAstronomy to ensure you get current space & astronomy news each week! Space Fan News Theme by Stephen Dubois available for download here: http://ancienteyesmusic.com This year saw some ama

After Dragonfly 44: Astronomers Now Find Galaxy with NO Dark Matter

29th Mar, 2018 - 6607 views

In this episode, the case for proving that there is no such thing as dark matter just got a lot harder. After announcing the discovery of an ultra-diffuse galaxy made up of 99.99 percent dark matter.

ALMA Explores Hubble Ultra Deep Field; New Clues to Massive Star Formation | SFN #185

19th Nov, 2016 - 6800 views

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Alternative Explanation For KBO Orbits Doesn't Need Planet 9

12th Jun, 2018 - 4142 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.

Andromeda Galaxy Collision Revised by ESAs Gaia Spacecraft

9th Feb, 2019 - 9264 views

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Are Exomoons a Better Place to Look For Life?

9th Aug, 2018 - 2474 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?

As Mission Dies, Gaia Revises Kepler Earth-sized Exoplanet Count

1st Nov, 2018 - 3681 views

As NASA’s Kepler Space Telescope ends its mission once and for all, ESA’s GAIA Space Telescope data shows that some Kepler planets need revising.