|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.
|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).
|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.
|8 Phases and I Know 'Em||
Learn about the moon phases through this parody song created by Miss Selle, a middle school science teacher.
|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.
|Images from the Hubble Space Telescope||
A series of beautiful images from the Hubble Space Telescope.
|Aurora Northern Lights as seen from Space - Timelapse||
A video of Northern Lights as seen from earth's orbit, captured by Astronaut Don Pettit.
|Aurora Northern Lights Timelapse||
Auroras are colorful displays of light in the sky, most commonly seen in the polar regions.
|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.
|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.