How Bad Are Satellite Constellations for Astronomy? | SciShow News

[intro ] Imagine you’re an astronomer. Months ago, you requested time on one of the world’s most advanced telescopes, and now, it’s finally here. Tonight is your night. You set everything up, careful to put in all the right parameters, and spend hours taking shots of the sky. But later, when you review the data, Read more…

Time-Lapse of NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope Assembly, Sunshield Deployment

The past year has been one of great progress for … the James Webb Space Telescope. Music NASA and Northrop Grumman engineers successfully … integrated the two halves of the observatory. Music Webb is now an assembled spacecraft. Music Following Integration, engineers unfolded and deployed … the spacecraft’s sunshield. Music Next, Webb will undergo enviromental Read more…

Deep Sky Astrophotography – Equipment Overview and Setup

hello my name is Nico and welcome to my channel I specialize in deep sky Astro photography especially emission nebula this video is all going to be about how I set up my equipment for a successful night of imaging and I’ll also go through each piece of equipment and explain how it works and Read more…

Orion Nebula (M42) with a DSLR, Start to Finish – Deep Sky Astrophotography

hello welcome to my channel my name is Nico Carver I am a deep sky astrophotographer and I share these videos with you all to help beginners who are interested in deep sky astrophotography and with some tips that I’ve learned along the way and I also just like sort of sharing what I’m up Read more…

Neil deGrasse Tyson (Caught on Camera): The Universe is Trying to Kill You

Can I just have you talk about whatever you want to talk about for two seconds while I check the sound? Sure. The Universe is a deadly place. At every opportunity it’s trying to kill us. And so is Earth. From sinkholes to tornadoes and hurricanes and volcanoes and tsunamis…

[ENG] Astro Photoshop #7 Selecting stars, Noise Reduction WITHOUT Astronomy Tools

Welcome my name is Alan and it’s pleasure to meet you. You are watching tutorial for astrophotographers Using Photoshop. Please don’t forget about things included in episode zero of the playlist Never Forget About Subtitles, quality, Possibility of Choosing The Speed, Monitor Calibration, YouTube Compression and Hidden Functions of Keyboard on YouTube. Also if you Read more…

How Close Are We to Photographing a Black Hole?

When we look up we see moons, planets, asteroids, pulsars, star clusters, nebulae, stars as big as whole solar systems, and millions of galaxies — you know what we don’t see? Black holes. Because no one has ever seen a black hole. Black holes are deep, dark, swirling sinkholes of collapsed matter. That gravitational whirlwind Read more…

How Close Are We to Launching the James Webb Space Telescope?

And liftoff of the Space Shuttle Discovery with the Hubble Space Telescope. Before the Hubble Space Telescope launched in 1990, we didn’t know how old the universe was. We had never seen a planet outside of our solar system. We didn’t even know about dark energy! Hubble taught us a lot, but it can only Read more…

What an Astronaut’s Camera Sees: International Space Station

This is the coast of Namibia in southwestern Africa, the very dry desert coast of the Namib Desert. You can see a cloud band butting up against the shore and some straight sand dunes in the lower left of the picture. Yeah those are big red sand dunes that the astronauts say is one of Read more…

This Indestructible NASA Camera Revealed Hidden Patterns on Jupiter

Here’s this planet with all these incredible storms going on. It’s that awe when you’re confronted with something that’s completely natural, no human had any hand in it. I think it gives you a sense of the power of nature. One of the most resourceful digital cameras to ever travel beyond Earth is capturing hidden Read more…