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VideoMar 2020

Astrum | How do we know it rains iron on WASP-76b?

(5:52) There is an exoplanet where it rains iron, but it is 690 light years away. So how could we possibly know that?

VideoMay 2017

Neil deGrasse Tyson and Joe Rogan debate the moon landing

(35:31) Did we put a man on the moon in 1969?

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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.

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VideoAug 2012

Curiosity's first full resolution descent to Mars - Amazing!

(0:50) Full-resolution version of the NASA Curiosity rover descent to Mars, taken by the MARDI descent imager. As of 20 August 2012, all but a dozen 1600x1200 frames have been uploaded from the rover, and those missing were interpolated using thumbnail data. The result was applied a heavy noise reduction, color balance, and sharpening for best visibility.

VideoDec 2011

The promise of Kepler 22B

(6:17) On December 5, 2011, the Kepler science team confirmed the existence of the most Earth-like planet so far discovered, orbiting a star not dissimilar to our sun, a mere 600 light years away.

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VideoFeb 2014

Cosmos host profile: Neil deGrasse Tyson

(1:22) Seth MacFarlane and Ann Druyan introduce the host of Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey - astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson.

VideoJun 2011

Neil deGrasse Tyson - The Greatest Story Ever Told

(30:40) Ditch the Bible, this is the story we should be teaching in church.

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VideoSep 2011

We got scared

(8:41) The story of our species. By looking back, we can see the way forward.

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VideoNov 2011

Tour of the moon

(5:35) Virtual tour of the moon based on data from NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter.

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AnimationMay 2012

Measuring the Universe

(4:16) Video from free exhibition at the Royal Observatory in Greenwich, London, to mark the 'transit of Venus'.

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