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Postcards from Saturn: The incredible images that Cassini sent home

For over a decade, Cassini has orbited around Saturn 294 times, collected more than 600 GB of data, visited over a dozen moons and discovered at least seven new ones. It has sent over 400,000 images back home. Skun...

Cassini Burns Into Saturn, a grand finale to a 20 year mission

After two decades in space, NASA's Cassini spacecraft is nearing the end of its remarkable journey of exploration. Having expended almost every bit of the rocket propellant it carried to Saturn, operators are delibera...

Cassini’s Grand Finale, our daring last months orbiting Saturn

"After 20 years in space, NASA's Cassini spacecraft is running out of fuel, and so to protect moons of Saturn that could have conditions suitable for life, a spectacular end has been planned for this long-lived travel...

Explore The Solar System: 360 Degree Interactive Tour

Tour our solar system in a information-packed, beautifully-animated way, with this 360 Degree Interactive Tour from Crash Course, Thought Café, and Crash Course Astronomy host Phil Plait. Grab your Cardboard VR kit, o...

Storm Chasing on Saturn: The hexagon-shaped hurricane

Hexagon-shaped storms exist. There is a massive, persistent, hexagon-shaped jet stream on Saturn’s north pole -- "the perfect six-sided hurricane, 60 miles deep, that could swallow four Earths..." The New York Tim...

Moon Saturn Occultation – 14 May 2014

Moon Saturn Occultation - 14 May 2014, captured 20 km north of Albury, New South Wales in Australia by space enthusiast and photographer Colin Legg. Occultation happens when "one object is hidden by another object tha...

If the Moon were replaced with some of our planets…

These two classic viral videos by YouTuber yetipc1 illustrate what the planets would look like if they replaced our moon in the sky. Above, daytime, and night below: In the archives, another classic: Star Size Comp...

The Top 5 Places to Look for Alien Life

Where might we find life in our solar system? Via skeptv, Scientific American Space Lab has a countdown for that: Top 5 Places to Look for Alien Life. Bonus — the video comes with additional reading material:  ...

The Solar System — our home in space

Take a trip through The Solar System — our home in space in this Kurzgesagt animation by information designer Philipp Dettmer.

Around Saturn: The Cassini program’s incredible images animated

Selecting over 200,000 photos from Cassini–Huygens' eight years of image-taking, Fabio Di Donato animates Around Saturn to Jazz Suite No.2: VI. Waltz 2 by Dmitri Shostakovich. The Cassini program is an internationa...

Brian Cox’s Favorite Wonder: Saturn’s moon Titan

Brian Cox’s Favourite Wonder from Wonders of the Solar System: Against the stunning backdrop of the glaciers of Alaska, Brian reveals his fourth Wonder. Saturn’s moon Titan is shrouded by a murky, thic...

Saturn’s Mysterious Moons

Saturn’s Mysterious Moons, as well as other phenomenal data about our gas giants and what’s in their orbits, all gathered from Voyager 1, Voyager 2 and Cassini. This video is eighteen-plus minutes of serio...

Why isn’t Pluto a planet anymore?

Why isn’t Pluto a planet anymore? C.P. Grey gives a great animated explanation, with a bit of history and a lot of information about the scale and relationships of the types of planets (...

Outer Space: sequences from NASA’s Cassini and Voyager missions

Using image sequences from NASA’s Cassini Solstice and Voyager missions, filmmaker Sander van den Berg has illuminated Saturn and its rings, Jupiter, moons, space and a bunch of other stuff....

Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson – The Most Astounding Fact

Astrophysicist Dr. Neil DeGrasse Tyson was asked by a reader of TIME magazine, “What is the most astounding fact you can share with us about the Universe?” This is his answer. ...


 
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