COVID-19 and The Future of Astronomy and Global Space Exploration - Live Recorded
Astro Talks live discussion on "COVID-19 and the future of Astronomy and global Space Exploration" by four members of Nalanda College Alumni Astronomical Society live from four
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Accessibility Of Your Online Astronomy Course
Design your course for learners with a broad range of abilities and backgrounds,
rather than designing your instruction for the average student. Chris Impey and Frank Timmes
discuss accessibility of your online astronomy course. Topics include universal design,
leveraging your local disability resource center, textbooks, presentations, psd, websites,
videos, and internet bandwidth. AAS Responds to Increased Online Instructional Needs: https://aas.org/education/aas-responds-increased-online-instructional-needs AAS Curated Content for Moving Astronomy Courses Online: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1UPZVyq2U7GTC5I7R1TI_rsRDwu4FXt9aukGYXIeq60Q/edit?ts=5e6a9f92 Open Virtual or Online Teaching Resources: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1OsuFfqrlYa9diTJyTTzwADrlk-4Ba7dghuMzw90p-og/edit?fbclid=IwAR0BBNFQijDTTGOP90U_e7h7DiO1Jo_G_7TFFuxjPwpwSzq2dt2A1yDIeBc Astronomy Education, Volume 1: Evidence-based instruction for introductory courses by Chris Impey and Sanlyn Buxner : https://iopscience.iop.org/book/978-0-7503-1723-8
M7 - Pluto and the Wishing Well - Deep Sky Videos
Dr Becky Smethurst talks about Messier 7 - and its surprising link with a mission to Pluto. More links and info in full description ↓↓↓ Messier Playlist: http://bit.ly/MessierObjects More Deep Sky Videos with Dr Becky: http://bit.ly/Becky_Playlist Dr Becky's website - with links to all her work and stuff: https://rebeccasmethurst.co.uk Nasa LORRI gallery: https://www.nasa.gov/newhorizons/lorri-gallery Deep Sky Videos website: http://www.deepskyvideos.com/
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Supported by the University of Nottingham Back us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/deepskyvideos Video by James Hennessy and Brady Haran
Dylan, Astrobackyard, Chuck & Galactic Hunter
An informal chat with the four horsemen (and woman) of astrophotography on YouTube
The most powerful solar telescope on Earth: an interview with Dr Eamon Scullion.
Dr Eamon Scullion reveals the latest science from the Daniel K. Inouye Solar Telescope: the most powerful on Earth.
Sky Report | All Space Considered at Griffith Observatory | April 2020
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"All About Telescopes" - Houston Astronomical Society, April 2020 Novice Meeting
The Houston Astronomical Society's Novice Chairperson Debbie Moran shares her presentation titled "All About Telescopes," which is meant as a primer about telescopes, the various styles of telescopes available to amateur astronomers, common accessories to use with them, and some opinions on the pros/cons of the various designs.
Astrophotography with a Beginner Telescope - Celestron Astromaster 130 - First Light
I will show you guys my first light with a Beginner Telescope - Celestron Astromaster 130. I hope you guys my review of this telescope and tutorial on how to take pictures with this telescope. I used ZWO ASI120MC - Color camera. Celestron - AstroMaster 130EQ-MD Newtonian Telescope - Reflector Telescope for Beginners
https://amzn.to/2JyOhpn ZWO ASI120MM-S SUPER SPEED MONOCHROME CMOS TELESCOPE CAMERA
https://bit.ly/3aFSy6m #Astrophotography #Beginner #Telescope
The Insider's Guide to the Galaxy: Mission One Answers and Introductory Observing
In this episode we go over all the answers from the first Scavenger Hunt! We also delve into a few observational targets, including Venus in the Pleiades (April 3rd in the evening), and the Orion Nebula. We also found out that everyone's favourite constellation is Orion! Tell us what yours is in the comments! To join in the chat, ask questions and answer polls, you can register to join future sessions below.
What Happens When the World's Astronomy Observatories Shut Down?
In this rapidly changing world we find ourselves in, astronomers and observatories around the world are affected just like the rest of us. What is the effect of the pandemic shutdown on operations of the world's largest observatories? What is happening at NASA? Is Hubble still operating? #LiveAstronomy #DeepAstronomy Interested in supporting Deep Astronomy and getting great telescope gear? Use this link to shop at OPT (aff link): http://bit.ly/2Wq0BO8 Join our Chat on Discord here:
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My Telescope Collection
I've already used all of these telescope configurations this year. Please subscribe to this YouTube Channel and follow me on Instagram at: https://www.instagram.com/chucksastrophotography/ These are my astrophotography rigs: Rig #1: Imaging Telescope:
Explore Scientific ED127 Imaging Camera:
ZWO ASI1600MM Mount:
Celestron CGX Guide Scope:
Orion ST80 Guide Camera:
Rig #2: Imaging Telescope:
Celestron RASA 8-inch Imaging Camera:
ZWO ASI1600MM Pro Mount:
Sky-Watcher EQ6-R Pro Guide Scope:
ZWO 60mm Guide Scope Guide Camera:
ZWO ASI224MC __________________________
Rig #3: Imaging Telescope:
Explore Scientific AR102 DayStar Solar Scout SS60-ds Solar Filter:
DayStar Quark Imaging Camera:
ZWO ASI183MM Mount:
Celestron AVX __________________________
Rig #4: Imaging Telescope:
Celestron NexStar 8SE Imaging Camera:
ZWO ASI183MM or
ZWS ASI224MC Mount:
Single Fork Arm Alt-Az
What's Up: April 2020 Skywatching Tips from NASA
What are some astronomy highlights in the sky in April 2020? This month, Venus visits the Pleiades; Mars, Jupiter and Saturn begin their breakup; and we ask, "What is the Moon illusion?" Additional information about topics covered in this episode of What's Up, along with still images from the video, and the video transcript, are available at https://solarsystem.nasa.gov/whats-up-skywatching-tips-from-nasa Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech
Live Astronomy - 22nd March 2020
We continue our tour around the early spring sky with more live views of interesting objects. For more information about the NEAS, visit https:/northessexastro.co.uk/
M1 Crab Nebula Supernovae Remnant SNR NGC1952
Have you ever wondered how to find M1 the Crab Nebula Supernova Remnant? In today's episode of our Deep Sky with Dave Messier Marathon series, I will walk you through my four step method for finding this amazing winter sky wonder in your telescope. Links to other Cosmos Safari Content:
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cosmossafari/ Software I used:
This video is brought to you by Simulation Curriculum and the use of the Starry Night 8 Pro software.
http://starrynight.com Welcome to Cosmos Safari! Links to other Cosmos Safari Content:
Google+: https://plus.google.com/b/115804315620910159704/115804315620910159704 Buy it now! (Please help support this channel with the following OPT Affiliate Links) Computer Control Hardware/Software: SkyFi III Wireless Telescope Controller- https://bit.ly/3dUpWIE Finder Scopes: Telrad Finder Sight- https://bit.ly/348Y5Qe ORION 9X50 RA FINDER SCOPE - BLACK- https://bit.ly/2wcHmiH Barlow Recommendations: TELE VUE 2.0X BARLOW 1.25-INCH- (not for Astrophotography)-
https://bit.ly/2UFn6PZ TELE VUE 2.0X 2-INCH POWERMATE (Made for Astrophotography)- https://bit.ly/39H1k2P TELE VUE 4.0X 2-INCH POWERMATE (Made for Astrophotography)
https://bit.ly/3bOCHlZ Collector's Eyepiece:
TELEVUE APOLLO 11 EYEPIECE https://bit.ly/3dVthHd High Quality Recommended Eyepieces: TELE VUE 3.5MM NAGLER TYPE 6 EYEPIECE
https://bit.ly/2UJsHVw TELE VUE 8.0 ETHOS EYEPIECE
https://bit.ly/3aLCobs TELE VUE 9MM NAGLER TYPE 6 EYEPIECE
https://bit.ly/2JG4dX6 TELE VUE 17MM NAGLER TYPE 4 EYEPIECE
https://bit.ly/3aKCArE TELE VUE 21MM ETHOS EYEPIECE
https://bit.ly/2JDq8Oi TELE VUE 24MM PANOPTIC EYEPIECE
https://bit.ly/2JH1BYI TELE VUE 35MM PANOPTIC EYEPIECE
https://bit.ly/34dkJHb TeleVue 41mm Panoptic Wide Angle Eyepiece with 68 Degree Field
https://bit.ly/2xL6f5w Medium Quality Recommended Eyepieces: TELE VUE 7MM DELITE EYEPIECE
https://bit.ly/2yCXIlD TELE VUE 11MM PLOSSL EYEPIECE
https://bit.ly/39Ef4ep TELE VUE 15MM PLOSSL EYEPIECE
https://bit.ly/2UY8qKO TELE VUE 25MM PLOSSL EYEPIECE
https://bit.ly/2xU6V8r TELE VUE 32MM PLOSSL EYEPIECE
https://bit.ly/39PkS5b ORION EDGE-ON PLANETARY EYEPIECE EXPANSION SET
https://bit.ly/39IDW4T ORION 26MM Q70 SUPER WIDE ANGLE EYEPIECE - 2"
https://bit.ly/2R8kKHe ORION 32MM Q70 SUPER WIDE ANGLE EYEPIECE - 2"
https://bit.ly/3bSlUOY ORION 38MM Q70 SUPER WIDE ANGLE EYEPIECE - 2"
https://bit.ly/2UJYsxy Image Credits:
M1 10 Year Expansion (Time Lapse) by: Detelef Hartman- https://www.astrobin.com/327338/?nc=user M1 Sketch- by Peter Vercauteren
http://www.AstronomyDrawings.com Music Credit: Epidemic Sound
Aquarius the Water-bearer Constellation
Aquarius is a faint constellation that is best seen in the autumn months in the northern hemisphere. This constellation is classified as a zodiacal constellation because the Sun passes through its boundaries. Aquarius is an ancient constellation that has multiple stories and legends that reference water. In the sky is it surrounded by other watery creatures, including Capricornus, Delphinus, Pisces and Cetus. Explore the stories behind this pattern, discover the easiest ways to find this constellation, and examine the celestial objects that lie within boundaries of Aquarius. 0:33 - Overview of Aquarius
3:38 - Pattern of Aquarius
7:16 - Celestial Objects in Aquarius
8:53 - Mythologies and Legends of Aquarius
11:18 - Review of Aquarius
12:28 - Photo Attributes Do you speak another language? Help me translate my videos:
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WAS monthly meeting
This is the live stream for the Virtual WAS Monthly Meeting. The meeting will start at 8:00 PM EDT. Hope you can join us! If you log in to Youtube you can join the chat and send us questions, which we will answer during the show.
A Look at the Mirrors of the Extremely Large Telescope (ELT)
The Extremely Large Telescope (ELT) is an observatory currently under construction. When completed, it is planned to be the world's largest optical/near-infrared extremely large telescope. Learn about the incredible mirrors being built for the ELT from Rémi Bourgois, the Chief Engineer for Safran Reosc, the company working on mirrors. For more FREE teacher resources from the Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum visit STEM in 30, the museum's Emmy nominated TV show for middle school students: https://airandspace.si.edu/stem-30
How To Set Up an 8" Celestron SCT Telescope, on a German Equatorial Mount (GEM). By Keith Latiolais
In this video, Keith Latiolais shows you how to set up an 8" Celestron Schmidt Cassegrain Telescope (SCT) on a German Equatorial Mount (GEM). Keith also takes you through the entire setup process, including the 2 star alignment process and polar alignment. Finally, he give you a few bonus "tips" to help make your observing experience easier, and more enjoyable. From the March 6, 2020 meeting of the Memphis Astronomical Society. http://www.MemphisAstro.org
Full deep sky imaging equipment with telescope under $1,200: Is it possible?
Summary of chosen equipment and cost:
Telescope: http://bit.ly/35RUjKk - $478
Mount: http://bit.ly/3aRyDB2 - $399 ($329 shown in video but this pack is better)
Camera: Canon T3i - $130
T-Ring: http://bit.ly/2qS9qot - $20
Field Flattener: http://bit.ly/2wMk0Af - $198
Total Cost: $1155
Written Tutorial: https://www.galactic-hunter.com/post/cheapest-astrophotography-equipment Like our channel? Support Galactic Hunter: https://www.patreon.com/Galactic_Hunter
Check out our books: https://www.galactic-hunter.com/books Galactic Hunter takes you on mysterious adventures to other worlds. Whether we are visiting planets, galaxies, nebulae, comets, or star clusters, the goal of Galactic Hunter is to teach you astronomy through one of the most rewarding hobbies: Astrophotography. Join my wife and I in our galactic adventures, and question everything you know about what lays outside of our little world. Do not forget to vote for the next target in the comments, and visit the website where you can see a gallery of our older captures. Website: http://www.galactic-hunter.com
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Full list of our equipment: https://www.galactic-hunter.com/blog/our-full-astrophotography-equipment Below you can find our affiliate links from our partners at Oceanside Photo & Telescope.
CMOS Camera: ASI 1600MM Pro - http://bit.ly/2pbF7c0
DSLR Camera: Canon 7D Mark II - https://amzn.to/2RDeDcq Telescope: Orion 8” f/3.9 Newtonian Astrograph Reflector - http://bit.ly/2NgKcYm Mount: Orion Atlas Q-G Computerized GoTo Mount - http://bit.ly/2Jr3ZD9 Guiding: ZWO ASI 290MM MINI - http://bit.ly/2MRTmvt Coma: Baader MPCC Mark III Coma Corrector - http://bit.ly/2WlEV5M
How Bad Are Satellite Constellations for Astronomy? | SciShow News
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