Cassiopeia constellation through time
Usually, people think about constellation as about something static, constant in time. But that is only true if you are watching stars during short (from astronomical viewpoint) period of time. Visit our site for more information: http://www.digmos.com/
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Cassiopeia and Cepheus - Mythology, Patterns, and Celestial Objects
Cassiopeia and Cepheus are two very well known constellations, both of which can be seen all year round. Learn about the basics of how to find this constellation, the mythology surrounding them, and cool celestial objects to look for. Please note: My observations and teachings are directed at people living in the northern hemisphere, since that is the part of the Earth in which I live in. However, even in you live in the southern part of the globe, you can still learn about patterns and stories of the constellations.
The Mythology of Cassiopeia
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Cassiopeia Constellation Facts
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Eyes on the Sky: Cassiopeia's clusters
www.eyesonthesky.com Find and observe three great open clusters in Cassiopeia with most any small telescope: NGC 457 (The Dragonfly, or ET Cluster), M103, and Caldwell 10. Each are unique, and well worth checking out. Plus, they're all within a few degrees of Delta Cassiopeiae! See what's up in the night sky every week with "Eyes on the Sky" videos, astronomy made easy. 1:46 - Starhop to NGC457
4:06 - Starhop to M103
6:15 - Starhop to Caldwell 10 / NGC663
Zooming into Newfound Planet in Cassiopeia
This animated movie zooms into the location of a newfound planet dubbed HD
219134b -- the closest confirmed rocky planet, and the closest
"transiting" planet, outside our solar system. The planet is a bit bigger
than Earth and orbits too close to its star to be habitable. The star it orbits, HD 219134, which is a smaller and cooler than our sun,
is in the famous Cassiopeia constellation and is visible to the naked eye
in dark skies. The movie begins by showing a sky map of Cassiopeia and its
"W" shape, then zooms into the location of HD 219134. The movie further
zooms into an artist's rendition of the star and the planet, as it
crosses, or transits, its star. Telescopes can't see planets outside our solar system directly. One way
planets are detected is the transit technique, in which a planet dims the
star's light as it transits. The first part of the movie was produced using World Wide Telescope,
displaying the Digitized Sky Survey (DSS) view of Cassiopeia and its
surroundings. Video credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/DSS
Constellations: Connect the Dots in the Sky!
For a long time, people have seen pictures among the stars -- just like connect the dots! Learn all about constellations, including someone of the easiest ones to spot, and what some people thought they looked like.
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Myth of Cassiopeia: Constellation Quest - Astronomy and Space for Kids, FreeSchool
Have you ever seen the constellation of Cassiopeia in the night sky? Find out how to identify it, where to see it, the myth of Queen Cassiopeia, and a little bit about the objects that can be found in this classical constellation. FreeSchool is great for kids! Like this video if you want to see more videos about ASTRONOMY! Subscribe to FreeSchool: https://www.youtube.com/user/watchfreeschool?sub_confirmation=1 Visit us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/watchFreeSchool Check our our companion channel, FreeSchool Mom! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTcEtHRQhqiCZIIb77LyDmA And our NEW channel for little ones, FreeSchool Early Birds!
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Star Gazers - "Cassiopeia: Queen Of The Northern Sky" 5 Min version
Star Gazers 5 Minute #1446 Nov 17-23, 2014 "Cassiopeia: Queen Of The Northern Sky"
Cassiopeia: Summer Reading Challenge Constellation 12
Kids have unlocked the twelfth (and final!) reading milestone of the Scholastic Summer Reading Challenge! Watch as NASA Astronaut Leland Melvin shares fun facts about Cassiopeia and how to locate it in the night sky. www.scholastic.com/summer.
Find North with the Stars - Cassiopeia - Celestial Navigation (Northern Hemisphere)
Part 4 of the Celestial Navigation series! The constellation of Cassiopeia - How to recognize the constellation and how to use it to find your directions. ------------------------------------ Outdoor skills for wilderness survival, bushcraft, hiking and camping. Twitter: www.twitter.com/AlfieAesthetics
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How to find Cassiopeia Constellation – Kiwaka by LANDKA®
Cassiopeia is always opposite the Big Dipper (Great Bear constellation). Find out more stargazing tips in the educational game Kiwaka and learn more about astronomy (iPad + iPhone): http://goo.gl/MoYm3w. Cassiopeia in Ancient Mythology Cassiopeia, Queen of Ethiopia, was known for her vanity and is often depicted looking in a mirror. Recklessly, she boasted that her beauty matched that of the gods, and she went on to say that she was even more beautiful than the Nereids, sea nymphs known for their beauty. Such effrontery triggered the wrath of the sea god, Poseidon, who retaliated by sending a sea serpent to attack the people and flooding the country in a deluge. The one who suffered the consequences was Andromeda, her daughter, who was offered as a sacrifice to appease the god of the sea by Cassiopeia´s husband, King Cepheus. Andromeda was saved by Perseus and the two later married. Poseidon condemned Cassiopeia to roam the night sky in the form of a constellation, spending half of the year upside down as punishment for her vanity. Images: © Akira Fujii / David Malin Images
Pictures in the sky: the origin and history of the constellations
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My First Project
Stars and Galaxy Lab Final Constellation Video Project
All of the Constellations in HD
Stellarium - shows you everything, like Google Earth. You will see more than 116 million stars, all constellations, nebulas, all planets+their satellites, artificial satellites and meteor showers, all of these are precisely shown, orbits and positions are updated every 72 hours (or you can adjust it) and everything is going on in the real time, based on your system time. Program can work offline and it's free, download it and you will have a lot of fun! Now exactly what I'm showing here, is a lot of stuff, I can say that no words are needed, you just switch video to full screen, make it 720p and enjoy the show! Name of the constellations, stars, planets are given and everything is pretty clear overall:) P.S. This program takes few resources, so almost any machine can use this program without lagging. http://www.stellarium.org/ for download and details Music used: Simon Wilkinson - Exodus