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Space & Astronomy educational videos

Space & Astronomy Educational Videos


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See video 8 Phases and I Know 'Em

Learn about the moon phases through this parody song created by Miss Selle, a middle school science teacher.

3:20 22 3.94
See video A Solar System Adventure

In St Kilda (Victoria), Australia, Scientists and artists combined to create a 1:1billion scale model of the Solar System.

10:50 1 1.50
See video A tour of the International Space Station

A tour of the International Space Station by NASA astronaut Michael Barratt, showing how equipment and supplies are organized.

0:00 6.20
See video Apollo 11 Moon Landing

The first manned mission to the moon on July 20 1969, with the famous words of Neil Armstrong: "That's one small step for [a] man, one giant leap for mankind".

1:24 343 4.74
See video Astronomy Night At The White House

Barack Obama invites 150 middle school students to the White House to learn more about the universe, and shows his commitment to science, astronomy, and education in general.

11:11 49 3.15
See video Aurora Northern Lights as seen from Space - Timelapse

A video of Northern Lights as seen from earth's orbit, captured by Astronaut Don Pettit.

1:20 503 3.68
See video Aurora Northern Lights Timelapse

Auroras are colorful displays of light in the sky, most commonly seen in the polar regions. 

1:04 1416 3.64
See video Beautiful Time-Lapse of the Milky Way over Hawaii

A beautiful and humbling video taken from the top of Mauna Kea in Hawaii.

1:06 3 1.67
See video Black Holes and Time Travel (National Geographic)

Is time travel possible? The density of black holes leads to a gravitational pull that streches and warps space-time around it. Similarly, cosmic strings have immense density and bend space-time.

5:24 334 5.56
See video Boomerang thrown in zero gravity aboard the ISS

What is the flight path of a boomerang in zero-gravity? Japanese astronaut Dr. Takao Doi finds out.

0:19 453 3.54
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