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Moon Trumps: Pitch satellite against satellite activity icon

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Moon Trumps: Pitch satellite against satellite

Become a master of the universe by winning Moon Trumps.

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60 Second Adventures in Astronomy: Taking a Galactic Census video icon

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60 Second Adventures in Astronomy: Taking a Galactic Census

Counting stars in the sky is easy - but how do we know how far away they are?

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60 Second Adventures in Astronomy: Gaia and the Killer Asteroids video icon

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60 Second Adventures in Astronomy: Gaia and the Killer Asteroids

How does Gaia detect any dangerous Earth-crossing asteroids? 

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60 Second Adventures in Astronomy: Event horizons video icon

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60 Second Adventures in Astronomy: Event horizons

Just what is the point of no return? German physicist, Karl Schwarzchild calculated the event horizon of black holes. And it can tell us more about the eventual fate of all the galaxies.

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60 Second Adventures in Astronomy: Dark energy video icon

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60 Second Adventures in Astronomy: Dark energy

Dark Energy explores how Einstein was right all along about the expanding Universe. We never should have doubted him

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60 Second Adventures in Astronomy: Dark matter video icon

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60 Second Adventures in Astronomy: Dark matter

Fritz Zwicky was a Swiss astronomer who discovered Dark Matter in the Universe. But what's the matter with dark matter?

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60 Second Adventures in Astronomy: Large Hadron Collider video icon

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60 Second Adventures in Astronomy: Large Hadron Collider

Turns out the Large Hadron Collider is not as dangerous as we thought

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60 Second Adventures in Astronomy: Special relativity video icon

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60 Second Adventures in Astronomy: Special relativity

Who had more fun in life, Albert Einstein or Richard Feynman? Whichever one of them was travelling faster

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60 Second Adventures in Astronomy: Black holes video icon

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60 Second Adventures in Astronomy: Black holes

Is it possible to make your own black hole? DIY experts take note with this animation 

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60 Second Adventures in Astronomy: The Big Bang video icon

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60 Second Adventures in Astronomy: The Big Bang

Discover how scientists have calculated the exact volume of the noise created at the birth of the Universe with this video

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60 Second Adventures In Astronomy: A day on Mercury video icon

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60 Second Adventures In Astronomy: A day on Mercury

Find out how you'd pass the time on Mercury  - where a single day lasts two years

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60 Second Adventures In Astronomy: Exoplanets video icon

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60 Second Adventures In Astronomy: Exoplanets

How have scientists studied distant stars to learn more about exoplanets, the invisible planets that orbit them?

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