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AnimationJan 2008

Planets shown in scale and size to each other

Beginning with Mercury, going beyond the Sun to distant W Cephei


VideoMay 2007

Carl Sagan - cosmic calendar

History of the Universe in a single year


VideoAug 2009

From Universe to Multiverse

Are we on the brink of a new Copernican revolution? Theoretical physicist Dr. Michio Kaku brilliantly helps us visualise what the truth lurking out there might be.


Jan 2020

There are more stars in the universe than...

There are more stars in the universe than there are grains of sand on Earth. There are more atoms in a single grain of sand than there are stars in the universe. Two thought-provoking facts.


PictureSep 2004

Body builder


VideoJun 2008

Best Science Moments 2007 - Parallel Universes

The theories of American physicist, Hugh Everett III on 'relative state' formulation gain credence


AnimationDec 2007

Secrets of the universe

Journey to the rim of existence, as we know it


VideoMay 2009

10 questions for Neil deGrasse Tyson

Astro physicist Neil deGrasse Tyson opens up the soul of curiosity for Time Magazine


VideoJan 2011

Hubble finds most distant object ever seen in the universe

A compact galaxy 13.2 billion years light years away existing when the universe was only half a billion years old, has been spotted by NASA's Hubble Space Telescope


VideoApr 2008

Surface of the sun

Hinode satellite launched by Japan show active regions around a sunspot eject hot plasma along the magnetic field lines that connect the sunspot to surrounding regions in the solar atmosphere