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90%AnimationMay 2012

Measuring the Universe

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


90%VideoJul 2012

Voyager leaves the Solar System

(7:42) 70s state-of-the-art technology is the furthest man-made object.

89%VideoJun 2012

Neil deGrasse Tyson - Audacious Visions

(2:45) Neil deGrasse Tyson delivers an impassioned plea to the US Congress to hoist America from its economic lethargy by boldly reinvesting in a robust space program.

89%VideoAug 2018

What will SpaceX do when they get to Mars?

(5:02) SpaceX plan to send the first humans to Mars in 2024, after an automated mission in 2022 that will set up esssentials like water and power.


88%VideoJul 2011

How much would you pay for the universe?

There are many reasons for funding space exploration. Neil deGrasse Tyson explains how science and technology is seen by 8th graders (13/14-year-olds) and why their dreams are so important.


88%VideoJun 2012

Mars One, the next giant leap for mankind

(3:56) Human settlement on Mars planned for 2023!


88%VideoJul 2012

Tour of the Moon

(4:40) Although the moon has remained largely unchanged during human history, our understanding of it and how it has evolved over time has evolved dramatically.


88%VideoJul 2012

William Shatner narrates Curiosity's "Grand Entrance" on Mars

(4:12) NASA's Curiosity rover, launched in November 2011, will land on Mars on August 5, 2012.


88%VideoAug 2012

Carl Sagan's vision of robots on Mars

(4:28) American astronomer and science populariser Carl Sagan played a leading role in the Mariner and Viking missions to Mars. Unfortunately he died just before the first Mars rover landed on Mars in 1997.

88%VideoAug 2012

Carl Sagan's message to future Martian settlers

(2:57) One day soon...