Tuesday, August 18, 2015

What Happens When You Faint?

Observing the Night Sky: The Night Sky Episode 3 1993 NASA JPL

Gemini 5 Preview from Aeronautics And Space Report 1965 NASA

πŸš€ What Has New Horizons Taught Us About Pluto?

What If the Moon Were Made of Green Cheese?' #tuesdayswithbill

Robert Evans, Supernova Superstar

Why tragedies are alluring - David E. Rivas

Buffalo buffalo buffalo: One-word sentences and how they work - Emma Bryce

What happens when continents collide? - Juan D. Carrillo

A Place for Cotton-Tops: Using Satellite Data to Identify Critical Habitat

Why You Should Eat Bugs

New Planet in Habitable Zone Has Two Suns

Everything Wrong With Jupiter Ascending In 19 Minutes Or Less

What are Quarks? Sugar Edition!

New Horizons first probe to reach pluto!

How to Make a Hurricane on a Bubble

Psychologists Say That Sexting Can Be Good for You

The Putin Assassination Plot

Prostitution Paradox: How One County is Targeting Men Who Buy Sex | TIME

When Mrs. Meant Business


"C" Programming Language: Brian Kernighan - Computerphile

The Birth of Imagination

How Being Bilingual Enhances Creativity

How We'll Solve Our Energy Problems

What Is Language?

The Martin Luther King, Jr. Writing Awards

FACTS IN 5 | The 6 Degrees of Separation Theory

Our Greatest Delusion

Teile des Puzzles - Philae auf dem Kometen 67P

NASA | Lakes On A Glacier

Die 10 komischsten Städte der Welt

Self Portrait Printed in Artist's Own Blood

Sudhir Hazareesingh on How the French Think

Alexander Gerst berichtet live von der ISS

On board camera: ATV "Albert Einstein", Ariane 5ES

Rosetta with the comet lander 'Philae' / Mission Rosetta mit Kometenlander "Philae"

MISSION INS UNGEWISSE - Der KometenjΓ€ger Rosetta

CHASING A COMET - The Rosetta Mission

ROLIS captures the descent of the Philae lander onto comet 67P / Die Landung auf dem Kometen 67P

Mars Express: Ein virtueller Flug ΓΌber "Atlantis Chaos"

Doppelkamera: Mitflug auf einer Rakete - vom Start bis zur Landung

Future in Space Hangout: Space Astronomy in the 2020's and Beyond

Who is Responsible for Cyber-Security? - Professor Martyn Thomas

Is Computing Too New to Learn From History? - Professor Martyn Thomas