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How to Find The Great Andromeda Galaxy

11th Oct, 2017 - 67.9K views

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Your Sky Tonight: Easy Way to Find the North Star (Polaris)

8th Aug, 2017 - 23.3K views

Have you ever wondered how to find the North Star? Did you know it is not one of the brightest stars in the sky? Polaris is actually quite dim and finding it is not easy. Unless you know the trick, that is! Listen to Deep Astronomy on Anchor: h

Vega: The Second Most Important Star in Our Sky

7th Sep, 2017 - 20.5K views

If you like this content, please consider supporting Deep Astronomy on Patreon: https://patreon.com/DeepAstronomy Vega, or alpha lyrae, is the brightest star in the constellation Lyra the Harp and it is the fifth brightest star overall in our night

Why Is the Solar Eclipse of 2017 Moving From West to East?

13th Aug, 2017 - 19.8K views

Why is the eclipse moving eastward even though the Sun and Moon rise in the East? The answer is in this video. Please consider supporting Deep Astronomy by becoming a Patreon Patron: https://www.patreon.com/DeepAstronomy Listen to Deep Astronomy

Your Sky Tonight - The Perseid Meteor Shower

10th Aug, 2017 - 12.6K views

It's been reported that the 2017 Perseid Meteor Shower will be the brightest ever recorded, and some are even saying you can see it during the day! Sadly, this is fake news. If anything this year's shower will be less dramatic, with fewer meteors s

The Triangulum Galaxy: The Most Distant Naked Eye Object

8th Nov, 2017 - 9663 views

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The Orionid Meteor Shower

20th Oct, 2017 - 6617 views

Please visit The Great Courses Plus to get one free month trial: http://ow.ly/AVDF30fiZ33 The highlight for this weekend will the the peak of the amazing Orionid Meteor Shower. It will be at its best viewing tonight through Sunday and should provi

Your Sky Tonight - Antares: A Giant in Our Summer Skies

23rd Aug, 2017 - 6242 views

If you like this content, please consider supporting Deep Astronomy on Patreon: https://patreon.com/DeepAstronomy New observations of the supergiant star Antares have given us the most detailed image ever taken of a star other than our Sun. Read mor

Your Sky Tonight A Christmas Comet

21st Dec, 2018 - 5517 views

In the waning months of 2018, we are treated to a comet in our night sky: Comet 46P/Wirtanen

Can We See the Pillars of Creation with Amateur Astronomy Telescopes

5th Jun, 2019 - 4749 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

Albedo 052 Images of Jupiter from Juno

1st Mar, 2019 - 4179 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.

Mercury and Venus: The Innermost Planets of our Solar System

14th Nov, 2017 - 4109 views

Help support Deep Astronomy by getting a month's free trial at The Great Courses Plus: http://thegreatcourses.com/DeepAstronomy This month offers some good glimpses of the innermost planets in our solar system: Mercury and Venus. To see them, you'