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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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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.

Strange Spheres Seen in Solar Data

5th Feb, 2010 - 10.7K views

http://stereo.gsfc.nasa.gov/ Some very interesting looking "spheres" were observed by some Space Fans in STEREO data a few weeks ago and asked me what I thought they were. I did some digging and found out.

Solar Dynamics Observatory Launches!

11th Feb, 2010 - 5528 views

http://sdo.gsfc.nasa.gov/ Woo Hoo! Up it went, just like downtown. Launch was at 10:23 am EST and as of now, things are looking great. Solar panels are deployed and the spacecraft is getting power. This observatory will provide the best sola

Where Are the First Stars and Galaxies?

28th Dec, 2010 - 137.2K views

Here's my twitter feed: http://twitter.com/DeepAstronomy There is a big gap in our observations from the CMB to the first galaxies almost a billion years later. The James Webb Space Telescope will help close that gap by looking for the first star

The First Earth-Sized World of Kepler

17th Jan, 2011 - 42.8K views

Subscribe to the DeepAstronomy iTunes Podcast: http://feeds.feedburner.com/blip/nXLI and add to iTunes. On January 10th, 2011, after gathering and analyzing over 8 months of data transmitted from the spacecraft, the Kepler Science Team announce

Space Fan News #6: James Webb Space Telescope Mission Update

22nd Jan, 2011 - 5198 views

Thought I would share some of the latest news from the James Webb Space Telescope mission. Looks like there are some delays ahead and cost overruns, but this isn't surprising and is quite common in space missions. http://www.spaceflightnow.com/news

The James Webb Space Telescope: The Largest Telescope Ever Launched

31st Jan, 2011 - 55.7K views

DeepAstronomy site is undergoing a makeover: http://deepastronomy.com. Please stop by and take a look. The James Webb Space Telescope is due to launch no earlier than September of 2016, but anticipation is high for the data and images. It is des

How the Hubble Space Telescope Will Die

25th Feb, 2011 - 86.2K views

Please check out the new/improved http://deepastronomy.com You will (eventually) be able to download all of my vids there. Sometime in 2024 the Hubble Space Telescope will die unless we can figure out a way to capture it and bring it down. This

Space Fan News #14 (Super Moon Edition): NASA goes to Mercury; Ducks on Mars

19th Mar, 2011 - 6408 views

NASA finally made it to Mercury. Also, talking about the stupid Super Moon idiocy. Here's NASA's release: http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/messenger/main/index.html Here's Bad Astronomy's debunking post: http://blogs.discovermagazine.com/badastr

Space Bound #2: Earth's First Interstellar Probes

28th Mar, 2011 - 68.8K views

You may not be aware that we've already sent our first probes into interstellar space: Pioneer 10 and 11, along with Voyager I and II are out of our solar system an heading towards the stars. The problem is, they won't get there for tens of thous

Space Fan News #18: Bye Space Shuttles, So Long and Thanks for All The Bills!

16th Apr, 2011 - 4725 views

Space Shuttles are being retired, here's where they're gonna go. Also, they cost a lot. http://www.nasa.gov/home/hqnews/2011/apr/HQ_11-107_Orbiter_Disposition.html http://www.space.com/11358-nasa-space-shuttle-program-cost-30-years.html Iraq war s

Space Fan News #20(!): 20,000 Subs; JWST Mission Update

1st May, 2011 - 5033 views

Wow, 20,000 subscribers! Who would have thunk it possible? Thanks so much for watching my stuff. This week: an update on JWST. Things are progressing swimmingly, here's the report: http://www.jwst.nasa.gov/resources/WebbUpdate_spring2011.pdf