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Review of Astro News from The Superbowl of Astronomy

8th Jan, 2019 - 1.2k views

Like this content? Please consider becoming a patron: https://patreon.com/DeepAstronomy Join Tony Darnell, Carol Christian and Alberto Conti as they discuss the week's discoveries announced at the super bowl of Astronomy: the Winter meeting of the A

UltimaFlyby Live Streaming Event Watch UltimaThule UltimaLive

28th Dec, 2018 - 17.4k views

Teaming up with Launchpad Astronomy and TMRO, we are live streaming the #UltimaThule Flyby in a special 24 hour event. Tony Darnell, Christian Ready and a host of interesting people will be onhand to talk all about this historic flyby. Like this co

Watch Our New Horizons Ultima Thule Live Stream New Years Eve 2018

27th Dec, 2018 - 5.5k views

In partnership with Launchpad Astronomy and TMRO, we will be streaming live for the New Horizons Ultima Thule Flyby for (gulp) 24 hours straight! ★ Launchpad Astronomy - https://www.youtube.com/ChristianReady ★ TMRO - http://youtube.com/tmro W

From the Moon To Mars

18th Dec, 2018 - 1.8k views

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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. https://aas.org Over the course of their illustrious work in astronomy, Heather Couper and Nigel Henbest collected hundreds of the most popular astronomy questio

Using Resources in Space to Sustain Human Exploration

6th Dec, 2018 - 1.4k views

Is it easier to bring resources with us or use what's there when going to the moon and Mars? NASA thinks it's easier to use what's there. Learn more about NASA's thinking with in-situ resource utilization (ISRU)

Exoplanets Dont Like Heavy Metals

8th Nov, 2018 - 1.5k views

Studies of planetary systems have indicated that star systems with high metallicity (think iron - actually anything heavier than helium) may preferentially form planets,but a new survey suggests there are many compact, multiple-planet systems for whi

Exoplanets Don't Like Heavy Metals

6th Nov, 2018 - 147 views

Studies of planetary systems have indicated that star systems with high metallicity (think iron - actually anything heavier than helium) may preferentially form planets,but a new survey suggests there are many compact, multiple-planet systems for whi

Hubble Space Telescope Update

24th Oct, 2018 - 2.4k views

The mission engineers and scientists for the Hubble Space Telescope have been working to correct some technical issues with the gyros that point the venerable space telescope. Hubble went into safe mode a couple of weeks ago and now seems to be back

Getting Started in Astrophotography

22nd Oct, 2018 - 1k views

If you'd like to get started in taking images with your telescope, then this is the hangout for you! Experts at OPT Telescopes will be discussing the right way to get started in this wonderful and amazing aspect of amateur astronomy. Watch this han

LUVOIR: From Big Bang to Biosignatures - A Flagship Observatory in NASA's Future?

15th Oct, 2018 - 1.7k views

NASA will soon wrap up four concept studies of major space observatories that could launch sometime in the coming couple decades. One of these is the Large UV/optical/IR (LUVOIR) Surveyor. LUVOIR is a concept for a highly capable, multi-wavelength ob

HabEx and Living Earths: The Astronomical Answer to "Are We Alone?"

2nd Oct, 2018 - 2.1k views

The discovery over the past few years that stars in the Milky Way may each be orbited by at least one planet suggests that among these numerous planetary systems may reside planets similar to Earth, perhaps even harboring life. The HabEx concept is i