astronomy

Composite image of asteroids Bennu and Ryugu

Video Episode 15 | Collecting Soil from Asteroids

A new Video Episode on 2 missions Collecting Soil samples from Asteroids. The missions are called Hayabusa2 & OSIRIS REx, visiting asteroids Ryugu and Bennu.

Nightingale Site on Asteroid Bennu for soil collection

Podcast Episode 18 | Collecting Soil from Asteroids

We are talking about collecting soil samples from asteroids Ryugu and Bennu via two space missions and bringing them back to Earth!

Hubbles New Potrait of Jupiter November 2019 NASA ESA A Simon from Goddard Space Flight Center and MH Wong from University of California, Berkeley

VLOG Episode 10 | Jupiter: Solar System’s Giant

Astronomy and solar system video graphic on Jupiter. We explore its history, composition and impact on the early and current history of the solar system.

Hubbles New Potrait of Jupiter November 2019 NASA ESA A Simon from Goddard Space Flight Center and MH Wong from University of California, Berkeley

Podcast Episode 13 | Jupiter: Solar System’s Giant

Jupiter is the largest planet in our solar system and it has played an important role not only in how the solar system formed but also in increasing our understanding of the cosmos. We talk about the ...

BepiColombo takes image of Earth as it flies by April 10, 2020

Visiting Mercury – BepiColombo flies by Earth

Visiting Mercury - BepiColombo flies by Earth on its way to Mercury, executing the first of its many planetary flybys. It will reach in 2025.

Want to see Mars? Epic Billion Pixel Mars Video Panorama

NASA's Curiosity rover has captured its highest-resolution panorama yet of the Martian surface.

Cosmic Microwave Background A picture of the universe

A Universe in a Picture

Blog on the iconic picture of cosmic microwave background from Planck from 380,000 years after the Big Bang & shows what the early Universe looked like.

fantastic women in science

Fantastic Women Series – Cecilia Payne Gaposchkin

Cecilia Payne Gaposchkin was an astronomer, who literally discovered what the universe is made of. She was one of the Harvard Computers.

pale blue dot

Happy Carl Sagan Day — The Voyagers and the Pale Blue Dot

Carl Sagan contributed immensely to how we perceive science, and to Voyagers 1&2, which are now in deep space & took the picture of the Pale Blue Dot.

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