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  • The Milky Way is Not Just a Refrigerator Magnet

    The Milky Way is Not Just a Refrigerator Magnet

    The key to magnetic waves is the cosmic dust found in our own Milky Way as well as the known Universe.New research being carried out by the Planck spacecraft, will no doubt deliver a lot more material for the scientists to study. A new map of the galaxy by ESA’s Planck spacecraft has revealed gigantic loops of magnetism and other structures that point to a magnetic dynamo at work in the Milky Way. Watch the video to find out more. […]

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  • The Great Shakeout Test For Mars

    The Great Shakeout Test For Mars

    NASA readies for the experimental flight of the Low-Density Supersonic Decelerator (LDSD), a test vehicle designed for landing larger payloads on Mars. The saucer-shaped vehicle will undergo its first test flight in June 2014 from the U.S. Navy’s Pacific Missile Range Facility in Kauai, Hawaii. Enjoy and share………. Celestron 127EQ PowerSeeker Telescope Old Price: $169.95 Price: $129.36

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  • The Coolest Spot in the Universe

    The Coolest Spot in the Universe

    The numbers mentioned in this video are out of this world….well they are just incredble.We will find out what the new research by NASA will tell us in the near future. NASA researchers plan to create the coldest spot in the known Universe,inside the International Space Station. The device, known as the Cold Atom Lab, could discover new forms of matter and novel quantum phenomena. Enjoy and share…… Celestron 127EQ PowerSeeker Telescope Old Price: $169.95 Price: $129.36

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  • The Chilean Sky in Ultra High Definition

    The Chilean Sky in Ultra High Definition

    Eso is always inventing and trying new ways to bring s the most magnificent photography. This video is no exception, it documents the journey that a team of photo ambassadors embarked on this spring. In the Spring of 2014, a team of ESO Photo ambassadors embarked on a pioneering expedition to ESO’s three observatories in Chile. Their mission was to capture a wide range of images and time-lapses of the magnificent Chilean night sky and landscape in crisp Ultra High […]

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  • Spinoff With Seth Green

    Spinoff With Seth Green

    Actor Seth Green Shows How NASA is With You in the Air and on the Road NASA technology makes deep space travel happen, but it also improves long distance travel here on Earth. Actor, creator, producer and writer Seth Green talks about how there is more space in your life than you might think. Enjoy and share……… Comets, Meteors, and Asteroids Old Price: $6.99 Price: $0.79

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  • Space Suits

    Space Suits

    The History and Future of Space Suits SciShow seems to have a monopoly on fast talking presenters. Reid Reimers is no exception as he explains one of the often-overlooked technologies that humans need to live in, and explore, space: space suits. Learn about the hundred-year history of the pressurized suit, and see what the future of space couture might look like. As annoying as the stile of the presenter is…the subject is interesting and a good learning experience. Enjoy and […]

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  • Solar Mini Max

    Solar Mini Max

    This video is all about Solar Cycles. Usually a cycle occurs every 11 years, but it can vary from 9 to 14 years. According to scientists we seem to have reached the current Solar Max…or have we? NASA and NOAA agree: Solar Max has arrived, but this “mini Max” is not like any other solar maximum of the Space Age.Watch the video to find out more. Enjoy and share…….. Comets, Meteors, and Asteroids Old Price: $6.99 Price: $0.79

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  • Solar Flares

    Solar Flares

    Mr Green from SciShow Space takes you inside solar flares, and how we’ve managed to get the best look at one yet, along with news about a new, Web-based simulation of the earliest days of the universe that you can explore yourself! Enjoy and share….. Comets, Meteors, and Asteroids Old Price: $6.99 Price: $0.79

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  • Rosetta Comet Comes Alive

    Rosetta Comet Comes Alive

    Rosetta has waken from its hibernation to complete its mission.It will orbit 67P for 17 months. It will be able to rely an impressive array of information back to Earth. Later this year, Europe’s Rosetta probe will orbit and land on comet 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko. New images of the comet show that it will be a lively place when Rosetta arrives. Watch this video to learn more. Enjoy and share………..   Comets, Meteors, and Asteroids Old Price: $6.99 Price: $0.79

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  • Morpheus Lander

    Morpheus Lander

    The test flight may have only lasted 97 seconds but the dust generated by it will have lasted a lot longer………… Free-flight test at Kennedy Space Center completed by NASA’s Morpheus lander A prototype planetary lander, Morpheous, designed to help NASA test advanced spacecraft technology, was successfully tested on May 22. The research aims to improve human exploration missions in space. NASA said: “A free-flight test of the Morpheus prototype lander was conducted May 22 at the Shuttle Landing Facility […]

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