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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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Can We See the Pillars of Creation with Amateur Astronomy Telescopes

5th Jun, 2019 - 3397 views

In the late spring skies in the northern hemisphere, looking towards the southeast in the hours after midnight, there is a region of star formation that right now, is home to newborn stars: The Pillars of Creation in the Eagle Nebula

Star Atlases and Planispheres w/ Wil Tirion

14th May, 2019 - 1222 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.

Your Sky Tonight The Southern Crab Nebula

10th May, 2019 - 2169 views

Every year, in celebration of another monumental anniversary of observations and discovery, the astronomers operating the Hubble Space Telescope release an annual image highlighting the beauty of our cosmos.

How to Measure Exoplanet Transit Light Curves w Amateur Telescopes

7th May, 2019 - 976 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 - 931 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

The Large Millimeter Telescope

18th Apr, 2019 - 1662 views

Telescope Talk Hangouts are sponsored by OPT Telescopes: https://bit.ly/2SwhmVB This week's Telescope Talk PRO hangout features science and technology from the Large Millimeter Telescope. Our guests Nat Denigris and David Sanchez will be on hand to

Adaptive Optics at the Extremely Large Telescope

10th Apr, 2019 - 1646 views

Telescope Talk Hangouts are sponsored by OPT Telescopes: https://bit.ly/2SwhmVB The Extremely Large Telescope is a 40 meter segmented primary mirror telescope being built right now high in the mountains of Chile. The telescope will become the large

Space Junk Podcast Does New York

5th Apr, 2019 - 859 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

Astro Imaging from Times Square

3rd Apr, 2019 - 3669 views

Sponsored by OPT Telescopes: https://bit.ly/2SwhmVB Using the Triad filter designed and manufactured by OPT, we'll be imaging the night sky from one of the most light polluted areas in the world: Times Square. The idea is to show that the stars are

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

21st Mar, 2019 - 1314 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

Albedo 052 Images of Jupiter from Juno

1st Mar, 2019 - 3993 views

One of my favorite composers is Vangelis and for people who like old school Cosmos, you know what I'm talking about. I've been thinking about making a tribute to Albedo 0.39 for a while and all of the amazing Junocam images of Jupiter inspired me.

Star Forming Where Planet Should be in Mysterious Star System

21st Feb, 2019 - 1766 views

Telescope Talk Hangouts are sponsored by OPT Telescopes: https://bit.ly/2SwhmVB Astronomers using the ALMA telescope high in the Chilean Andes have observed a star forming where planets are normally thought to be born. Please join Tony Darnell as h