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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!

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Rosetta Wakes Up!; Herschel Finds Water Plumes on Ceres; John Dobson Dies: SFN 124

25th Jan, 2014 - 0 views

This will be the last broadcast of Space Fan News on the DeepAstronomy Channel. All future episodes will be broadcast from our new Space Fan News Channel: http://youtube.com/TheSpaceFanNews So please subscribe if you want to continue watching. Sp

Space Fan News Submission Guide

7th Apr, 2017 - 1470 views

Would you like to submit a video story for inclusion in our weekly Space Fan News show? Please follow these guidelines and let's get started! Hope to see your story soon. Read more here: http://deepastronomy.com/article/17/sfn-submission-guideline

Your Sky Tonight - July 25, 2017

25th Jul, 2017 - 1552 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 31, 2017

31st Jul, 2017 - 1603 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

The Lynx Space Telescope: A Flagship Concept to Probe the Energetic Universe

18th Sep, 2018 - 1647 views

Lynx is one of four flagship concepts for the next great space telescope. NASA has funded a series of studies of four concepts that will in less than a year's time produce candidate designs for a major space observatory to begin construction later

ESAs Exoplanet Mission CHEOPS is Ready for Launch

29th Mar, 2019 - 1751 views

Space Fan News is Sponsored by OPT Telescopes and Patreon Patrons: https://bit.ly/2SwhmVB In this episode, the European Space Agency revealed earlier this month that the upcoming CHEOPS mission designed to study the structure of exoplanets smaller t

How Do We Make Future Space Astronomy Missions Happen?

19th Oct, 2017 - 1832 views

The James Webb Space Telescope is the successor to the Hubble Space Telescope. How was that mission chosen over all the others? NASA has begun four concept studies of exciting major space observatories that could launch sometime in the coming coup

Your Sky Tonight - July 27, 2017

27th Jul, 2017 - 1914 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 Halloween Skies and Happy Dark Matter Day

31st Oct, 2017 - 1955 views

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Your Sky Tonight - August 2, 2017

2nd Aug, 2017 - 2201 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

Meeting in Space to Make the Journey Possible

2nd Feb, 2017 - 2219 views

Senior NASA leadership has often observed that humans are closer to their first mission to Mars than ever before in history. In our next Hangout we will discuss how rendezvous, resupply, and refueling in orbit may make possible affordable early hum

The Lynx Space Telescope: Our Next Flagship to Probe the X-Ray Universe

17th Aug, 2017 - 2226 views

Lynx will take X-ray astronomy to new levels by combining a large gain in collecting area over Chandra and XMM, an angular resolution of 1/2 arcsecond, and high-throughput spectroscopy over a large field of view. NASA has begun a series of studies