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Found 10 videos tagged with "most important image" remove tag

Infinite Minute #4: Fun in D.C.

25th May, 2010 - 5698 views

I know it's been a long time since my last video. I've been working hard getting settled into my new job and I wanted to give everyone an update on when the next video will be coming out. Music track used: (Golden Spoon): http://

What is the Size of the Universe?

8th Mar, 2010 - 215.8K views

When I first made the Hubble Deep Field: The Most Important Image Ever Taken video, there has been a consistent avalanche of comments stating that there is no way the universe can be this large. Figuring out the size of the universe isn't as simple

What is the Universe Expanding Into?

26th Feb, 2010 - 2.9M views

By popular Space Fan request, I offer this video to help answer some of your questions regarding the expanding universe. Many of you consistently ask: If the universe is expanding, then what is it expanding into? This concept is non-trivial to t

The Most Distant Galaxies Ever Seen

2nd Jan, 2010 - 441K views

In August, after the last repair mission on the Hubble Space Telescope, astronomers directed its newest camera towards the same area of sky where just five years ago, the first Hubble Ultra Deep field image was made and recorded a new one - this time

Infinite Minute #3: The Universe is Evaporating

30th Oct, 2009 - 19.5K views

Astronomers have known for some time that the universe is expanding, but until very recently, it was always assumed that after the Big Bang, the material in the universe: stars, nebulae and galaxies, we basically just sort of thrown out there, coasti

How The Universe Was Formed

27th Sep, 2009 - 332.4K views

About a half a million years after the big bang, the cosmos began to cool, as it cooled, the hot subatomic particles that constituted the early universe began to slow down and stop colliding with each other long enough so that protons, neutrons and e

The Farthest We Can Ever See into the Universe

21st Sep, 2009 - 205.6K views

Earlier this week on Sept. 17th 2009, the European Space Agency released first light images of its Planck telescope. The Planck observatory scans the sky using highly sensitive detectors that measure tiny variations of temperature in the Cosmic mi

The Hubble Ultra Deep Field in 3D

3rd Aug, 2009 - 9.2M views

I've recently discovered an animation that was rendered using the measured redshift of all 10,000 galaxies in the Hubble Ultra Deep Field image.

Dark Energy and Me

17th Jul, 2009 - 10.5K views

Hello space fans, I'm talking entirely too fast and am almost completely incoherent, but here's an explanation of where I've been and what I'm doing. Thanks for hanging in there and stay tuned!

How the Hubble Deep Field Was Taken

4th Jul, 2009 - 83.2K views

Since I made the "Most Important Image" video, I have consistently gotten emails asking how the image was taken in the first place. Here is a video from that does a great job of telling the story of how the first Hubble Deep Field w