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See video The Hubble Space Telescope - The Deep Field Image

An image of a tiny spot in the sky, yet containing so many galaxies with billions of stars in them. "We have before us in this image the history of the universe." - Dr. Harry Ferguson.

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See video Launch of the Phoenix spacecraft

Phoenix was launched on 4 August 2007 and successfully landed on Mars in May 25 2008, a flight of 680 million km (422 million miles).

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See video North Korea rocket launch - What and Why

According to North Korea the aim was to put a communications satellite into orbit as part of a peaceful space programme, but there is concern from other countries that it is a cover for a long-range missile test.

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See video 8 Phases and I Know 'Em

Learn about the moon phases through this parody song created by Miss Selle, a middle school science teacher.

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See video NASA's first step in returning to the moon

NASA launches an unmanned rocket to the moon to scout for potential landing spots for future visits, as well as create a detailed map of the lunar surface.

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See video Images from the Hubble Space Telescope

A series of beautiful images from the Hubble Space Telescope.

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See video Aurora Northern Lights as seen from Space - Timelapse

A video of Northern Lights as seen from earth's orbit, captured by Astronaut Don Pettit.

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See video Aurora Northern Lights Timelapse

Auroras are colorful displays of light in the sky, most commonly seen in the polar regions. 

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See video Celestia: A whistlestop tour of our solar system

Find out where humanity has been in space in the 50 years since Sputnik. Produced using Celestia, a free 3D universe program.

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See video Boomerang thrown in zero gravity aboard the ISS

What is the flight path of a boomerang in zero-gravity? Japanese astronaut Dr. Takao Doi finds out.

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