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  • Astronomy Now's guide to solar observing 1 - Introduction to solar telescopes.m4v

    In part 1 of our guide to solar observing, Astronomy Now's equipment consultant Nick Howes introduces the range of solar telescopes on offer. REMEMBER!

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  • Astronomy Now's guide to solar observing 6 - Image processing basics.m4v

    So, you've snapped hundreds of shots of the Sun, now what? Nick Howes explains how to stack your images using two of the most widely used software ...

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  • Eclipse safety tips from Astronomy Now

    Astronomy Now's Greg Smye-Rumsby offers tips on how to safely view the partial solar eclipse of 20 March 2015.

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  • Lander manager provides update on Philae status

    Philae manager Stephan Ulamec provides an update on the status of the lander following it's arrival on the surface.

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  • Astronomy Now's guide to solar observing 4 - Aligning your telescope.m4v

    Aligning your solar telescope safely with the Sun is easier said than done. Nick talks you through setting up your telescope mount and different ways to find the ...

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  • Astronomy Now's guide to solar observing 5 - Imaging the Sun.m4v

    Want to take things further by doing more than just look at the Sun through your solar telescope? Add a camera to your equipment and you can capture images ...

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  • Astronomy Now's guide to solar observing 2 - Observing the Sun in calcium wavelengths.m4v

    Many solar observing is done in white light or at hydrogen alpha wavelengths, but the purple hue of calcium wavelengths is another option to explore different ...

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  • Astronomy Now's guide to solar observing 7 - Image processing tips and tricks.m4v

    Nick Howes reveals some image processing tips and tricks for sharpening up your images and adding colour and definition so you end up with an image that ...

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  • Solar physicist Dr Lucie Green talks to Astronomy Now at NAM 2011

    Astronomy Now's Nick Howes interviews solar scientist Dr Lucie Green of the Mullard Space Science Laboratory while at the RAS' National Astronomy Meeting ...

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  • Astronomy Now's guide to solar observing 3 - Safe solar observing.m4v

    NEVER point your telescope or look directly at the Sun. Nick highlights some important rules of solar observing, and tips on how to keep your telescope safe ...

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  • SpaceX Falcon 9 cargo ship fails minutes after launch

    A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket explodes minutes after launch from Cape Canaveral with the loss of a Dragon cargo ship.

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  • Astronomy Now interviews the ISS

    Astronomy Now's Emily Baldwin makes a call to the International Space Station to ask about their astronomical observation activities, and what they think will ...

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  • Astronomy Now interviews British born astronaut Michael Foale

    Astronomy Now interviews British born astronaut Michael Foale.

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  • Interview with Dr. Danny Faulkner - Creation Astronomy Now

    Vinnie and Joe interview Dr. Danny Faulkner in the Johnson Observatory at the Creation Museum and cover subjects like Distant Starlight, Black Holes, and ...

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  • Is Life on Earth an Accident? - Creation Astronomy Now

    Vinnie and Joe discuss the evidence for God's design in the universe. Creation Astronomy Now Podcast - Episode #28 The Creation Astronomy Now Podcast is ...

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  • A Creation Adventure Part 1 - Creation Astronomy Now

    It's a Creation Adventure! Part 1 of 2 Vinnie and Joe discuss their recent trip to the Creation Museum in Kentucky in this 2 part series on the Creation Astronomy ...

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  • Distant Starlight - Creation Astronomy Now

    A discussion of the Distant starlight problem as seen on the Creation Astronomy Now Podcast Episode 8 http://www.creationastronomynow.com/episode8 ...

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  • The BEST kept Secrets of the Freemasons: Flat Earth ( Zetetic Astronomy) w/ David Carrico

    The BEST kept Secrets of the Freemasons: Flat Earth ( Zetetic Astronomy) w/ David Carrico on NYSTV Live Chat: ...

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  • Homeschool Conventions 2014 - Creation Astronomy Now

    We have a terrible episode talking about the recent two homeschool conventions that we went to. Be forewarned! Subscribe to Creation Astronomy Now ...

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  • Slow motion video of the Falcon 9 explosion

    A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket breaks up in mid-flight after its 2nd stage liquid oxygen tank experienced "an over pressure event". This is high definition video slowed ...

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  • Falcon 9 failure seen from the Press Site

    A Falcon 9 rocket on a space station resupply mission explodes minutes after launch from Cape Canaveral. This view is from Spaceflight Now's camera at the ...

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  • Galileo's Astronomy: Then and Now (Tony Crider, Elon University)

    This is a short talk that I give to classes that have just finished playing "The Trial of Galileo," an educational game in the "Reacting to the Past" series. I focus on ...

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  • Deep Time: Crash Course Astronomy #45

    As we approach the end of Crash Course Astronomy, it's time now to acknowledge that our Universe's days are numbered. Stars will die out after a few trillion ...

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  • Difference Between Astrology & Astronomy : Space & Astronomy

    Subscribe Now: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=ehoweducation Watch More: http://www.youtube.com/ehoweducation Astrology and ...

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  • Gravitational Wave Astrophysics: The Future is Now

    Ilya Mandel - University of Birmingham Introduction by James Guillochon.

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  • The Faulkes Telescope Project

    While at the Royal Astronomical Society's National Astronomy Meeting in Llandudno, Wales, in April 2011, Astronomy Now's Nick Howes met Dr Sarah Roberts ...

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  • Asteroids: Crash Course Astronomy #20

    Now that we've finished our tour of the planets, we're headed back to the asteroid belt. Asteroids are chunks of rock, metal, or both that were once part of ...

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  • Milky Way Versus Andromeda As Seen from Earth

    From HubbleCast. Scientists have been using Hubble observations to predict the future of the Andromeda Galaxy and the Milky Way, and how the collision will ...

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  • Simple Explanation of the Big Bang Theory in Astronomy : Space & Astronomy

    Subscribe Now: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=ehoweducation Watch More: http://www.youtube.com/ehoweducation The Big Bang ...

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  • Around the Universe in 90 seconds: August 17, 2013

    Astronomy Now's Greg Smye-Rumsby presents a round up of news including: two Martian moons passing in the night, a bright new nova and mechanical ...

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  • Five Things to See in the October Night Sky

    Astronomy Now's Greg Smye-Rumsby brings you this month's night sky highlights.

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  • The Significance of the Colors of Uranus & Neptune : Planets & Astronomy

    Subscribe Now: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=ehoweducation Watch More: http://www.youtube.com/ehoweducation The colors of ...

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  • Why Seasons Happen : The real cause | English | Earth Science, Astronomy, Geography

    Now let's look at the real cause of seasons. Let's take a source of light and shine it on a paper horizontally. We will see a circle of light. Now if we turn the paper ...

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  • Tribulation-Now, 15th March 2015 - (INTERVIEW ONLY) Biblical Prophecy & Astronomy w/ John Abent

    Signs In The Heavens, Biblical Prophecy and Astronomy w Pastor John Abent NOTE: This is an abridged version of the show with Pastor John Abent's interview ...

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  • Professor Mark Sims on the discovery of Beagle 2

    Professor Mark Sims of the University of Leicester speaks to Astronomy Now's Keith Cooper about the discovery of Beagle 2, apparently partially deployed on ...

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  • ScienceCasts: A Spectacular Conjunction of Venus and Jupiter

    Visit http://science.nasa.gov/ for more. Venus and Jupiter are converging for a spectacular conjunction in the sunset sky on August 27th.

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  • Israel wants space technology from ISRO

    Subscribe Now Search Tags : isro israel space technology.

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  • National Geographic | Our Place in the Milky Way - Documentary HD 1080p

    Now that the Voyagers have visited the outer planets of the solar system they are heading for new adventures in places astronomers call the Oort Cloud, the ...

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  • Scientist describes early findings from best Pluto image so far

    Jeff Moore of NASA's Ames Research Center describes the features revealed in the best view so far from the New Horizons probe. The image was taken the day ...

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  • Five things to see in the August night sky

    Astronomy Now's Greg Smye-Rumsby takes us on a tour of the unmissable sights in the August night sky.

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  • See the Perseid meteor shower

    Astronomy Now's Greg Smye-Rumsby has some tips on how to see the Perseid meteor shower.

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  • SOFIA’s Flight to the Stars: NASA’s Airborne Astronomy Program

    Sign up for our newsletter to be notified of future hangouts: http://deepastronomy.com/ Track SOFIA on Flight Aware: https://flightaware.com/live/flight/NASA747 ...

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  • NASA live stream - Earth From Space LIVE Feed | Incredible ISS live stream of Earth from space

    Live video of Earth from space - as seen from the Nasa ISS live stream aboard the International Space Station. The International Space Station - ISS - circles the ...

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