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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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Astronomy and Outreach with Ian Lauer

7th Nov, 2018 - 719 views

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Space Junk Podcast Does New York

5th Apr, 2019 - 841 views

Space Junk Podcast is in New York and ready to some Astronomy. Tomorrow we setup in Times Square to image from one of the most light polluted areas in the world to highlight that the night sky is available to everyone. We're recording an episode of

How to Measure Exoplanet Transit Light Curves w Amateur Telescopes

7th May, 2019 - 854 views

Off the shelf telescopes and cameras for amateur astronomy are now sensitive enough that you can actually measure exoplanets from your backyard! This hangout features a discussion with Jerry Hubbell from Explore Scientific.

The PANOPTES Project Measure Exoplanets from Your Backyard

18th Apr, 2019 - 869 views

Telescope Talk Hangouts are sponsored by OPT Telescopes: https://bit.ly/2SwhmVB Project PANOPTES is a citizen science project that aims to make it easy for anyone to build a low cost, robotiic observatory that can be used to detect transiting exopla

Star Atlases and Planispheres w/ Wil Tirion

14th May, 2019 - 934 views

Star atlases are an essential tool for use in amateur astronomy. Although most people use them in digital or App form, there is still room on our bookshelves for some old-school printed maps.

Amateur Astronomy Round Table

12th Dec, 2018 - 1k views

Telescope Talk Hangouts are sponsored by OPT Telescopes: https://bit.ly/2SwhmVB Join us for a round table discussion with some of our amateur astronomers who've contributed to Telescope Talk this past year. Like this content? Please consider becomi

The Event Horizon Telescope EHT

18th Dec, 2018 - 1.2k views

NEW STREAM: GO HERE INSTEAD: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4J02ph1Jd1Q Telescope Talk Hangouts are sponsored by OPT Telescopes: https://bit.ly/2SwhmVB Did you know there is an effort underway to actually see the event horizon of a black hole? Ri

Professional OffTheShelf Astronomy Gear

13th Nov, 2018 - 1.2k views

What gear do professional astronomers use that is available commercially? OPT Telescopes has a professional division dedicated to the professional astronomer. But that doesn't mean amateurs can't get access to it as well! Telescope Talk Hangouts

Hubble Constant Measurments from Type 1a Supernovae from the Dark Energy Survey

21st Mar, 2019 - 1.2k views

The Dark Energy Survey looked at 5000 square degrees of the southern skies in an attempt to characterize dark energy but the observations taken are also very useful for supernovae research. By measuring the standard candles known as Type 1a Supernov

Astronomy at the European Southern Observatory (ESO)

5th Nov, 2018 - 1.3k views

Telescope Talk Hangouts are sponsored by OPT Telescopes: https://bit.ly/2SwhmVB Some of the most exciting astronomical discoveries and observations are being done at the cutting-edge observatories operated by ESO. The European Southern Observatory

All About LSST Science and Engineering

27th Nov, 2018 - 1.4k views

Telescope Talk Hangouts are sponsored by OPT Telescopes: https://bit.ly/2SwhmVB Sub to Launchpad Astronomy: https://www.youtube.com/ChristianReady The Large Synoptic Sky Survey is one of the most ambitious ground-based astronomy surveys ever concei

The Search for Dark Energy w DES DECAM

14th Jan, 2019 - 1.4k views

Telescope Talk Hangouts are sponsored by OPT Telescopes: https://bit.ly/2SwhmVB There are multiple searches underway to try and find the characteristics of the stuff that is causing the universe to accelerate as it expands. Astronomers call this st