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Travel from Quebec to the moon with a zoom lens

Connect the view that we see with our eyes at dusk to the photos that we might see taken with a powerful zoom lens. Daniel Pelletier begins this video in a parking lot in Quebec, Canada and then travels all the way to...

Lunar Eclipses Explained + Does The Moon Really Orbit The Earth?

"As bright as the moon looks in the night sky, what we're really seeing is sunlight, and the percent of its face that's illuminated depends on where it is in relation to the Earth. At the point in its orbit when the m...

How do plants grow in space? – Science Friday

Microgravity, different kinds of light, extreme conditions... Growing while in orbit or on Mars are two experiences that earthbound organisms have never needed to adapt to in our evolutionary history. How do our bodie...

Rock Swing Cup & more DIY playground physics

Next time you're on the swings, think about what it might be like if you were swinging on the moon, free from air resistance. AP Physics teacher Jared Keester had that in mind during this experiment: Swing jumping wit...

Supermoon ‘Blood Moon’ Lunar Eclipse – NASA

On September 27th, 2015, a supermoon lunar eclipse -- that's a supermoon and a lunar eclipse or 'blood moon' happening at the same time -- will be visible around much of the planet in a rare celestial event. How rare?...

A blue moon rises over Cape Byron Lighthouse in 1,038 images

Just a few miles away from Cape Byron Lighthouse, overlooking Byron Bay in Australia, self-taught nature and landscape photographer Luke Taylor stood on the beach and took 1,038 images of the July 31, 2015 blue moon. ...

How Do Greenhouse Gases Actually Work?

The Earth and the Moon are essentially the same distance from the sun, yet the two rocks have very different surfaces thanks to our Earth's atmosphere. It shields us during the day, and at night, it traps enough heat ...

How Big Is The Sun? – MinutePhysics

Even though the sun and the moon look around the same size in the sky, the sun is 400 times bigger than our planet's moon and is 400 times farther away. Compare the sun's 150,000,000 km (93,205,679-ish miles) distance...

Stunning Views of Earth From the International Space Station

The Blue Marble... The Pale Blue Dot... that magnificent Overview Effect... This is what our astronauts experience from the International Space Station, and what we get to see via videos like this, and this, and this,...

Lunar eclipse – Time lapse and real time videos

During a total lunar eclipse, the Earth's shadow falls upon on a full moon. The sun's light is blocked, turning the moon red. This is called a Blood Moon, and the next one will occur on April 4th, 2015 at 4:58am PST, ...

The science of solar eclipses: How do solar & lunar eclipses work?

How do solar & lunar eclipses work? And why don't we get eclipses every month? This Vox explainer is packed full of really interesting information about the remarkable science of solar eclipses. Find out how 5.1 d...

Solar Eclipse 2015: BBC Stargazing Live Video

From the BBC's astronomy series Stargazing Live with Professor Brian Cox and Dara O'Briain, with Liz Bonnin narrating the process, watch the March 20th solar eclipse, when the moon passes between the Earth and the sun...

The phases of the moon visualized from the other side

What does the other side of the moon like? Thanks to NASA's Scientific Visualization Studio and data from the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter, we get a glimpse in this animation, showcasing two different virtual views. F...

See the International Space Station transit the moon

Using Heavens-Above.com to calculate the intersection, Israel-based astrophotographer Gadi Eidelheit was able to capture the International Space Station transiting the moon on December 28th, 2014. Wow, does it cross q...

Full Moon Silhouettes: A full moon rises in real time

This is not a time lapse video. Rising in real time over Wellington, New Zealand, the moon appears huge (and perhaps surprisingly speedy) as it was captured by photographer Mark Gee in January of 2013. In celebration ...

Testing a Space Rover Under Alaskan Ice

Someday it may be possible to explore below the icy surface of Jupiter's sixth-closest moon, Europa, and if this happens, it could be done with a technological descendant of this robotic rover: NASA JPL's Buoyant Rove...

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...

Le voyage dans la lune (A Trip to the Moon) by Georges Méliès

Le voyage dans la lune (A Trip to the Moon), the landmark silent film directed by prolific filmmaker Georges Méliès in 1902. And if this video disappears, you can watch it on Amazon. From Wikipedia: ...

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