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How our Earth and solar system were formed

How our Earth and solar system were formed, from The Universe With Stephen Hawking - The Story of Everything. (Narrated by Stephen Hawking and Benedict Cumberbatch.)

The Violent End Stage of Star Formation

With gradient colors and radiating patterns, the incredible images from the Hubble Telescope can often seem tranquil, but this SpaceRip video from the European Southern Observatory's ESOcast reveals what's really happ...

The Beauty of Space Photography – PBS Off Book

Astrophysics Research Scientist Dr. Emily Rice, Hubble Image Processor Zolt Levay, and Astronomer David W. Hogg discuss the mix of technology, data, and inspiration that we use to make images of space come to life. ...

The Hubble Space Telescope Reflects the Cosmos

"When the Hubble Space Telescope was launched from the Space Shuttle Discovery in 1990, NASA called it the greatest advance in astronomy since Galileo. Instead, within days it became a laughing stock. Hubble had an ei...

NEBULAE – a cosmic meditation

Be sure to full screen this 10m42s computer-generated nebula by Teun van der Zalm, who creates 3D nebulae visualizations built from particle physics for VR games, visual effects films, and fulldome planetarium shows. ...

Flight through the Orion Nebula in visible and infrared light

Explore the Orion Nebula, as seen with both visible light from the Hubble Telescope and infrared light via the Spitzer Space Telescope, with the help of this three-dimensional fly-through. The computer-generated visua...

Fistful of Stars, a 360° experience through the lens of the Hubble Telescope

Travel from our home planet out into the cosmos with the Hubble Telescope, venturing into the heart of the Orion Nebula where a star is being born. This is Fistful of Stars, a short virtual reality (VR) film directed ...

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