by TwitterAds UK 33,757 views
This is part of a series of data visualiations Twitter UK is producing focusing on how different types of video can go viral in different ways. The blue dots represent tweets and the yellow dots are retweets.
by Harrison Ruess 878 views
In May 2013 astronaut Jeremy Hansen of the Canadian Space Agency joined York Universe hosts Harrison Ruess, Dr. Paul Delaney, and Ryan Marciniak for a conversation.
Topics ranged from what Hansen would like to accomplish in his career, what it's like to fly a Soyuz to Earth, how he was recruited, the influence astronomy has had in his life, and more.
To listen to the full York Universe broadcast from May 13, 2013 - which includes this interview - go here: http://yorkuniverse.com/2013/05/ground-control-to-commander-
York Universe is an Astronomy and Astrophysics radio show produced live every Monday at 9:00pm ET. The program is run out of the York University Astronomical Observatory in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The radio program is broadcast in concert with the observatory's live online public viewing experience, featuring live telescope feeds, archived images, and interactive chat, which you can find at http://www.yorkobservatory.com.
York Universe is produced by the voice of astronomy, http://www.Astronomy.FM. You can listen to all AFM programs 24 hours a day, 7 days a week by clicking the "Listen to AFM Radio Now" button at the top of their homepage.
The show is developed and presented by faculty and students at York University, and often features guests from the astronomy and science community of Toronto, Canada, and the world.
To learn more or listen to full episodes go to http://www.YorkUniverse.com
Connect with York Universe on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/YorkUniverse.
Learn more about the Canadian Space Agency here: http://www.asc-csa.gc.ca
by insideISS 1,952,303 views
Expedition 36 Crew Member, astronaut Karen Nyberg, demonstrates how she washes her hair in space onboard the International Space Station.
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by CBCtv 14,428 views
The World's #1 Astronaut and Ed Robertson of the Barenaked Ladies perform ISS (Is Someone Singing) live on Parliament Hill!
by SimplePlan 69,687 views
Canadian Space Agency astronaut Chris Hadfield plays Simple Plan's "Astronaut" up in space (aboard the International Space Station as Commander of Expedition 35) - and Pierre finishes the song off on Earth!
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by NASA 15,656 views
Aboard the International Space Station, Expedition 35 Commander Chris Hadfield of the Canadian Space Agency discussed life and work on the orbital laboratory during an in-flight question and answer session April 22 with students involved in the Canadian National Film Board's Space School, an exciting new website that teaches kids about space, science, technology and leadership by giving them a front-row seat to Hadfield's mission. Hadfield is in the final weeks of his five-month mission on the station, preparing to return to Earth in a Russian Soyuz spacecraft on May 14.
by TVCogeco Ontario 68,333 views
Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield took command of the International Space Station (ISS) on March 13. Watch TVCogeco's exclusive documentary "Here I Stand - The Chris Hadfield Story" about how a Sarnia farm boy grew up to become a Canadian hero - who knew being weightless would come with such heavy responsibility?
NASA hosted a Google+ Hangout from the Johnson Space Center with three recently returned International Space Station Astronauts. NASA Astronauts Kevin Ford, Tom Marshburn and Canadian Space Agency Astronaut Chris Hadfield answered wide ranging questions about daily living in a weightless environment, conducting cutting edge scientific research, and doing spacewalks while orbiting the earth every ninety minutes.
by Tested 464,626 views
How do astronauts on board the International Space Station spend their downtime? Jamie and Adam learn about Chris Hadfield's clever "space darts" invention, and propose a new game for Hadfield to test while he's on orbit. This one involves creative use of duct tape!
Find more videos from our trip to NASA at http://www.tested.com
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by Tested 415,232 views
Jamie and Adam chat with astronaut Chris Hadfield about the limitations of food preparation on board the International Space Station. While astronauts can't really cook their own meals, Jamie and Adam challenge celebrated chef David Chang with the task of devising a recipe that Commander Hadfield can test...in space!
Find more videos from our trip to NASA at http://www.tested.com
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by Chris Hadfield 19,483,068 views
A revised version of David Bowie's Space Oddity, recorded by Commander Chris Hadfield on board the International Space Station.
(Note: This video cannot be reproduced and is licensed for online music use only.)
With thanks to Emm Gryner, Joe Corcoran, Andrew Tidby and Evan Hadfield for all their hard work.
Captioning kindly provided by CHS (www.chs.ca)
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by NASA 42,398 views
Aboard the International Space Station, Expedition 35 Commander Chris Hadfield of the Canadian Space Agency unveiled new Canadian currency from orbit April 30 in a ceremony with Canadian officials at the Bank of Canada in Ottawa, Canada. Hadfield, who is the first Canadian commander of the orbital laboratory, joined a host of Canadian dignitaries including Finance Minister James Flaherty in displaying new Canadian currency bearing the likeness of the Canadarm2 robotic arm and Canadian astronauts. Hadfield is scheduled to return to Earth in a Soyuz spacecraft May 14 after spending five months in orbit.
by David Wyand 11,869 views
Take the Oculus Rift, Torque 3D open source game engine, the aurora borealis as viewed from opposite sides of the Earth, and this is what you end up with.
The Aurora Borealis demo may be used with or without the Rift. More information and the download link is here:
More information about Torque 3D, the MIT licensed open source game engine:
More information about the Oculus Rift head mounted display:
Sweden Footage by Goran Strand:
Canada Footage by AuroraMax (CSA/University of Calgary/Astronomy North)
Music copyright 2012 Chris Zabriskie
Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license worldwide
This video has been placed on the Canadian Space Agency's YouTube favourite video list:
Cymatic Bruce reviews both the Aurora Borealis demo as well as our Rift Valley demo:
by NASA 17,865 views
Aboard the International Space Station, Expedition 35 Commander Chris Hadfield of the Canadian Space Agency discussed the progress of his mission on the orbital laboratory with students attending a science competition in Edmonton, Alberta during an in-flight event April 9. Hadfield, who is the first Canadian to command the station, is scheduled to return to Earth in mid-May to wrap up a five-month flight aboard the outpost.
by MusicMondayCanada 67,638 views
Music Monday, Canada's annual celebration of music education is making history on May 6 with a live concert linking hundreds of thousands of students across Canada with Commander Chris Hadfield aboard the International Space Station.
The concert will begin at 12:00 p.m. and build to a live link at 12:30 p.m. with Commander Hadfield on the International Space Station when he will celebrate with music makers across Canada and sing the official Music Monday song -- I.S.S. (Is Somebody Singing).
At 12 pm Eastern Standard Time and at the exact same time across Canada (9 a.m. Pacific Time, 10 a.m. Mountain Time, 11 p.m. Central Time, 12 p.m. Eastern Time, 1 p.m. Atlantic Time and 1:30 p.m. in Newfoundland and Labrador) schools and communities from coast to coast to coast will be united by the Music Monday theme song, "ISS -- Is Somebody Singing. The song was co-commissioned by the Coalition and CBC Music, and written by CSA Astronaut Chris Hadfield and Ed Robertson of Barenaked Ladies. For more info, please visit www.musicmonday.ca
Captioning provided by CHS www.chs.ca
by Yuri's Night 5,750 views
From the International Space Station, Commander Chris Hadfield provides a special message for Yuri's Night 2013. Much thanks to Chris and the Canadian Space Agency for this video greeting.
Find your local Yuri's Night event at http://find.yurisnight.net
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by NASA 13,173 views
Aboard the International Space Station, Expedition 35 Commander Chris Hadfield of the Canadian Space Agency discussed the progress of his flight on the orbital laboratory April 4 with students gathered for a science challenge competition in Fall River, Nova Scotia. Hadfield, who is the first Canadian commander of the complex, is scheduled to return to Earth in mid-May with crewmates Tom Marshburn of NASA and Roman Romanenko of the Russian Federal Space Agency.
by NASA 6,524 views
Expedition 34 Commander Kevin Ford of NASA, Soyuz Commander Oleg Novitskiy and Russian Flight Engineer Evgeny Tarelkin said their goodbyes to the International Space Station and its remaining residents before closing the hatch on their Soyuz spacecraft.
by RTÉ - Ireland's National Television and Radio Broadcaster 61,617 views
For more visit http://www.rte.ie/player/
Kirstin Hadfield, daughter of Cmdr. Chris Hadfield, talks about why her dad has the coolest job in the world!
by NASA 4,869 views
Aboard the International Space Station, Expedition 34 Commander Kevin Ford of NASA, Flight Engineer Tom Marshburn of NASA and Flight Engineer Chris Hadfield of the Canadian Space Agency discussed life, work, social media and the upcoming return to Earth of three of the six crewmembers during an in-flight interview with CNN's "Newsroom" program March 11. Ford is returning to Earth with two Russian crewmates on March 14, U.S. time, after handing over command to Hadfield on March 13, marking the first time a Canadian astronaut has commanded the orbital outpost. Hadfield and Marshburn are scheduled to return to Earth in mid-May.
by The Chieftains 31,086 views
The Chieftains performed "Moondance" live in Houston, TX on February 15, 2012 with Canadian Astronaut Chris Hadfield, who played with the group from onboard the International Space Station. They were joined by special guests the NASA Astronaut Band "Bandella", featuring Micki Pettit, Joe Schmid, and Astronauts Cady Coleman and Dan Burbank.
by NASA 8,692 views
Aboard the International Space Station, Expedition 34 Commander Kevin Ford of NASA and Flight Engineers Tom Marshburn of NASA and Chris Hadfield of the Canadian Space Agency fielded questions from students of the Monrovia, Calif. Unified School District during an educational in-flight event on March 5. Ford, who is returning to Earth in a Russian Soyuz spacecraft March 14 (U.S. time) and Marshburn and Hadfield, who are returning to Earth in mid-May, discussed the research being conducted on the station and their day-to-day activities on the orbital laboratory.
by CANADA Explore | Explorez 31,087 views
There's nothing better than exploring Canada -- even from space! Join Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield in this exclusive clip from the International Space Station (ISS), as he welcomes the TED Conference to Canada.
The TED Conference will be held at the Vancouver Convention Centre in 2014 and 2015. Together with the Canadian Space Agency and Commander Hadfield, we look forward to exploring more exciting Canadian sights, ideas, and experiences with you — regardless of whether it's on the ground, in the ocean, or from the sky.
Keep Exploring and #ExploreCanada.
Il n'y a rien de mieux que d'explorer le Canada, même de l'espace ! Rejoignez l'astronaute canadien Chris Hadfield dans ce clip exclusif en provenance de la Station spatiale internationale (ISS), alors qu'il se félicite de la venue de la conférence TED au Canada.
La Conférence TED se tiendra au Centre des congrès de Vancouver en 2014 et 2015. En collaboration avec l'Agence spatiale canadienne et le Commandant Chris Hadfield, nous avons hâte d'explorer plus de sites canadiens d'exception, des idées et des expériences avec vous, quel que soit l'endroit, sur le terrain, dans l'océan, ou du ciel.
Explorez sans fin et #ExploreCanada.
by SpaceVids.tv 42,852 views
An Indian Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) rocket successfully launched on February 25th 2013 at 12:31 UTC carrying Saral and 6 commercial secondary payloads into orbit from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre.
The 409kg Saral is a joint ISRO (Indian) and CNES (France) satellite to study the oceans of Earth.
Two of the secondary payloads are from Canada, the 148kg 'SAPPHIRE' and the 74kg 'NEOSSat'. Austria is launching two satellites at 14kg each called 'NLS 8.1' and 'NLS 8.2'. Denmark is also launching 'NLS 8.3' weighing 3kg. The 6th secondary payload is a UK satellite called 'STRaND-1' and weighs 6.5kg.
by ReelNASA 3,656 views
Aboard the International Space Station, Expedition 34 Commander Kevin Ford of NASA, Flight Engineer Tom Marshburn of NASA and Flight Engineer Chris Hadfield of the Canadian Space Agency were treated to a late afternoon call from entertainer Peter Gabriel on Feb. 20 during a visit to the Johnson Space Center's ISS Flight Control Room at Mission Control in Houston. Gabriel and his family were the guests of astronaut Ron Garan during a tour of the center's facilities. Gabriel discussed life and work on orbit with the three crew members and was treated to a few chords of music from Hadfield, who is never far from his guitar aboard the orbital laboratory.
by uwaterloo 1,490 views
On February 15th the University of Waterloo played host to a once in a lifetime event as we linked with Canadian Space Agency astronaut Chris Hadfield during a live space-to-ground connection with the International Space Station.
by CBC Music 1,014,205 views
The Barenaked Ladies, the Wexford Gleeks, and the commander of the International Space Station Chris Hadfield. Put them together and what do you get? The first space-to-earth musical collaboration.
The song, "I.S.S. (Is Somebody Singing) was commissioned by CBCMusic.ca and The Coalition for Music Education with the Canadian Space Agency to celebrate music education in schools across Canada.
by Q with Jian Ghomeshi 6,063 views
Canadian astronaut makes first contact with Jian Ghomeshi from the International Space Station to talk about his musical collaboration with Ed Robertson of the Barenaked Ladies, and the cultural significance of space exploration.
by CBCtv 716 views
Chris Hadfield phones home. The astronaut made a special call to his namesake school today - hear the cosmic conversation. Plus - Gridlock City and turning King and Queen into one-way streets. It could get traffic moving, but there are 2-sides to this story. Hear the big idea and why not everyone is onboard.
by NASA 9,340 views
Robotic refueling is challenging. Before a satellite leaves the ground, technicians fill its fuel tank through a valve that's then triple-sealed and covered with a protective blanket designed never to be accessed again. RRM paves the way for a future robotic servicing mission by demonstrating that a remote-controlled robot can overcome these obstacles to service and refuel a satellite on orbit.
by NASA 8,203 views
Aboard the International Space Station, Expedition 34 Flight Engineer Chris Hadfield of the Canadian Space Agency discussed life and work aboard the orbital laboratory with Canadian media located at CSA's Headquarters in St. Hubert, Quebec Jan. 10 during an in-flight news conference. Hadfield, who arrived on the station Dec. 21, 2012, will become the first Canadian commander of the outpost in mid-March for the final two months of his 5 1Ž2 month mission.
by ReelNASA 16,039 views
Aboard the orbiting International Space Station, Expedition 34 Commander Kevin Ford, Russian Flight Engineers Oleg Novitskiy, Evgeny Tarelkin and Roman Romanenko, NASA Flight Engineer Tom Marshburn and Canadian Space Agency Chris Hadfield celebrated Christmas on the orbital laboratory Dec. 25, 2012 through song and downlink messages of cheer for flight controllers on the ground. The crew spent Christmas enjoying a joint meal with one another, sharing holiday greetings with their families in private conferences and soaking up the view of the Earth from the outpost.
by ReelNASA 1,479 views
Canadian Space Agency Flight Engineer Chris Hadfield offered his greetings from Russia before departing for the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan where he will launch Dec. 19 on a Soyuz TMA-07M spacecraft to join Expedition 34 on the station.
by Chris Hadfield 249,501 views
Chris Hadfield's first recording from the International Space Station. You can hear the slight buzz of the station's fans in the background.
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by ReelNASA 10,316 views
The Soyuz TMA-07M carrying new Expedition 34 crew members Chris Hadfield, Roman Romanenko and Tom Marshburn docked to the International Space Station's Rassvet module at 9:09 a.m. EST on Friday. The hatches between the Soyuz and the Rassvet module were opened at 11:37 a.m. and Expedition 34 Commander Kevin Ford and Flight Engineers Oleg Novitskiy and Evgeny Tarelkin welcomed their new crewmates aboard.
by SpaceVids.tv 3,838 views
After 2 full days in orbit the crew of Expedition 34, Tom Marshburn, Chris Hadfield and Roman Romanenko, successfully docked to the International Space Station in their Soyuz TMA-07M Spacecraft on December 21st 2012 at 14:XX UTC. This follows a successful launch from Baikonur in Kazakhstan on December 19th 2012 at 12:12 UTC.
This crew will remain in orbit until May 14th 2013. The next crew to fly to the International Space Station will launch on March 28th 2012 and will dock several hours later in what is a quick rendezvous, This has been practiced previously with unmanned Progress resupply spacecraft.
by ReelNASA 3,045 views
NASA Public Affairs Officer Kelly Humphries interviews Tim Braithwaite, Canadian Space Agency (CSA) Liaison Office Manager. The CSA Liaison Office is a small office at the Johnson Space Center (JSC) and the manager works with the space station program to ensure the agencies are working and communicating effectively together.
by NASA 12,578 views
The Soyuz spacecraft carrying NASA astronaut Tom Marshburn, Canadian Space Agency astronaut Chris Hadfield and Russian cosmonaut Roman Romanenko lifts off from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan to the International Space Station at 7:12 a.m. EST on Dec. 19. .
by CBCMoscow 20,964 views
Correspondent: Jean-Francois Belanger
Video producer: Alexey Sergeev
by ReelNASA 3,596 views
At the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan, Tom Marshburn of NASA, Roman Romanenko of the Russian Federal Space Agency and Chris Hadfield of the Canadian Space Agency prepare for their Dec. 19 launch aboard the Soyuz TMA-07M spacecraft to join their Expedition 34 crewmates on the International Space Station.
by tvroscosmos 2,493 views
7 декабря 2012 года в монтажно-испытательном корпусе площадки 254 космодрома Байконур состоялась тренировка основного и дублирующего экипажей транспортного пилотируемого корабля (ТПК) «Союз ТМА-07М».
После прибытия космонавтов и астронавтов в монтажный корпус и общения с техническим руководством, основной экипаж - Роман Романенко (Роскосмос), Крис Хадфилд (ККА) и Томас Машбёрн (НАСА) заняли места в корабле «Союз ТМА-07М». Они ознакомились с размещением грузов в корабле, проверили его радиосвязь. Их дублеры Фёдор Юрчихин (Роскосмос), Лука Пармитано (ЕКА) и Карен Найберг (НАСА) в это время работали с укладками оборудования для научных экспериментов.
by tvroscosmos 2,306 views
Участники новой экспедиции на МКС, основной экипаж - Роман Романенко (Роскосмос), Крис Хадфилд (ККА) и Томас Машбёрн (НАСА) и их дублеры Фёдор Юрчихин (Роскосмос), Лука Пармитано (ЕКА) и Карен Найберг (НАСА) традиционно подняли флаги России, США, Канады и Казахстана на Байконуре.
by ReelNASA 1,965 views
Expedition 34/35 Soyuz Commander Roman Romanenko, NASA Flight Engineer Tom Marshburn and Canadian Space Agency Flight Engineer Chris Hadfield participated in traditional ceremonies at the Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Center in Star City, Russia outside Moscow Dec. 6. Afterward, they departed for the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan to complete training for their launch to the International Space Station in the Soyuz TMA-07M spacecraft Dec. 19.
by ReelNASA 2,785 views
The Expedition 34 crew members conduct final training at the Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Center before their Dec. 19 launch to the International Space Station. Flight Engineers Chris Hadfield, Roman Romanenko and Tom Marshburn are in Star City, Russia, conducting Russian Soyuz and Russian segment qualification exams and simulations.
by ReelNASA 2,215 views
Space Station crew members Chris Hadfield, Roman Romanenko and Tom Marshburn placed flowers at the Kremlin Wall in Red Square in Moscow, Russia, as part of ceremonial activities leading to their launch to the International Space Station on Dec. 19 launch.
by tvroscosmos 2,951 views
На этой неделе из космоса вернулись Юрий Маленченко, Сунита Уильямс и Акихико Хошиде, а в ЦПК имени Гагарина завершаются тренировки экипажа 07-го «Союза» с позывным «Парус». Скоро космонавт Роскосмоса Роман Романенко и астронавты Томас Машбёрн и Крис Хадфилд сдадут экзамен и улетят на космодром Байконур, где уже находится их пилотируемый «Союз». Старт 07-го намечен на середину декабря.
by David Peterson 6,460,732 views
Music: 'Freedom Fighters' by Two Steps from Hell
Editor: David Peterson
Serving Suggestion: 1080p, lights off, volume up :)
Inspired by a version of the opening sequence of this clip called 'What does it feel like to fly over planet Earth?', I tracked down the original time-lapse sequence taken on the International Space Station (ISS) via NASA, found some additional ones there, including the spectacular Aurora Australis sequences, and set it to a soundtrack that almost matches the awe and wonder I feel when I see our home from above.
To those brave men and women who fly alone in the night to take us to the stars, we salute you.
1. North-to-south down the western coast of North and South America.
2. North-to-south over Florida, the Bahamas and other Caribbean islands.
3. South-East Asia, approaching the Philippine Sea
4. Western Europe, from France through Italy, Greece, Turkey and the Middle East.
5. Aurora Australis, over the Indian Ocean, approaching Australia
6. Aurora Australis, over the Indian Ocean.
7. Aurora Australis, unknown location in the Southern Hemisphere.
Featured on NASA's Astronomy Picture of the Day!
Explanation from NASA: Many wonders are visible when flying over the Earth at night. A compilation of such visual spectacles was captured recently from the International Space Station (ISS) and set to rousing music. Passing below are white clouds, orange city lights, lightning flashes in thunderstorms, and dark blue seas. On the horizon is the golden haze of Earth's thin atmosphere, frequently decorated by dancing auroras as the video progresses. The green parts of auroras typically remain below the space station, but the station flies right through the red and purple auroral peaks. Solar panels of the ISS are seen around the frame edges. The ominous wave of approaching brightness at the end of each sequence is just the dawn of the sunlit half of Earth, a dawn that occurs every 90 minutes.
by NASA 6,368 views
Canadian Space Agency Astronaut Chris Hadfield talks about his role as Flight Engineer for Expedition 34, and Expedition 35 Commander. Hadfield is scheduled to fly aboard a Soyuz spacecraft to the ISS in December and remain in space until May with crewmates Tom Marshburn and Roman Romanenko.
by Virtual Researcher on Call 292 views
A new version of this video, with an amended title card, is available here: http://youtu.be/leQWVfG604U
Dr. Hughson explains the importance of astronauts exercising in space, the effects of micro-gravity on the cardiovascular system, and what it can teach us about health on earth. He discusses the aging process, the time it takes to adapt to environments, the Canadian Space Agency's involvement with this research and the experiments that are taking place. Dr. Hughson also gives advice on what it takes to be successful in the field of cardiovascular physiology and kinesiology.
by NASAEarthObservatory 705,383 views
This time-lapse animation shows Hurricane Sandy from the vantage point of geostationary orbit—35,800 km (22,300 miles) above the Earth. The animation shows Sandy on October 28, 2012, from 7:15 to 6:26 EDT. Light from the changing angles of the sun highlight the structure of the clouds. The images were collected by NOAA's GOES-14 satellite. The "super rapid scan" images—one every minute from 7:15 a.m. until 6:30 p.m. EDT—reveal details of the storm's motion.
NASA animation by Kevin Ward, using images from NOAA and the University of Wisconsin-Madison Cooperative Institute for Meteorological Satellite Studies.
View more imagery from Hurricane Sandy at http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/NaturalHazards/event.php?id
by European Space Agency, ESA 3,488 views
Underground day 4.
In a room with a beautiful pond the astronauts enjoy a meal before descending even deeper into Earth.
An international crew of six astronauts are training for a caving adventure designed to prepare them for spaceflight. There are many similarities to spaceflight such as a lack of day--night cycle, sensory deprivation, minimal hygiene and the necessity to work as a team and solve problems together.
After a week of training they entered the caves to spend six days living and working underground.
by Hubble Space Telescope 29,054 views
The answers to some of the universe's greatest mysteries are being beamed through the night sky in light we can't see with human eyes ... but it won't be invisible to us forever. Explore the wonder of infrared astronomy and the promise of the upcoming Webb Space Telescope through the technological wizardry of paper cutouts. Informs you faster and guaranteed to contain 100 percent more llamas than any astronomy video ever produced before!
To learn more about this video and infrared astronomy, visit http://webbtelescope.org/go/beyond
To learn more about the Webb Space Telescope, visit http://webbtelescope.org/
Interested in finding out more about Webb's science? Try here: http://webbtelescope.org/webb_telescope/science_on_the_edge/
Curious about the technology that goes into the telescope? This link will help: http://webbtelescope.org/webb_telescope/technology_at_the_ex
by European Space Agency, ESA 2,374 views
The CAVES 2012 astronaut crew arrive at their base for the next six days.
Andreas Mogensen, European Space Agency, David Saint-Jacques, Canadian Space
Agency, Soichi Noguchi, Japanese Space Agency, Michael Fincke, NASA, Andrew J. Feustel, NASA and Nikolai V. Tikhonov, Roscosmos collect their gear, try their new clothes and... practise ninja moves!
On 7 September they will enter the 'Sa Grutta' caves in Sardinia and spend six days exploring and solving problems as a multicultural team while following space procedures.
Credits: ESA--V. Crobu and S. Sechi
by NASA 3,789 views
At the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan, Expedition 32/33 Soyuz Commander Yuri Malenchenko, NASA Flight Engineer Suni Williams and Flight Engineer Aki Hoshide of the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency participated in a variety of activities from July 2 to 10 as they prepared for launch to the International Space Station on July 15 in their Soyuz TMA-05M spacecraft. The footage includes the crew's arrival in Baikonur, suited and unsuited fit checks in the Soyuz spacecraft, raising of flags outside the Cosmonaut Hotel crew quarters and other traditional activities. The video also features backup crew members Russian Soyuz Commander Roman Romanenko, Canadian Space Agency Flight Engineer Chris Hadfield and NASA Flight Engineer Tom Marshburn.
by NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory 2,143,342 views
Team members at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory share the challenges of the Curiosity Mars rover's final minutes to landing on the surface of Mars.
by OntarioScienceCentre 1,077 views
Chris Hadfield, first Canadian commander of the International Space Station, describes his personal journey to becoming an astronaut. Part of a live video conference from Star City, Russia, Hadfield chatted with Ontario Science Centre visitors and answered their questions.
by CBC Music 55,642 views
Astronaut Chris Hadfield and Barenaked Ladies frontman Ed Robertson sit down together for the first time to work a song the two intend to debut from space and earth.
by 16x9onglobal 354,286 views
He's piloted the fastest planes, flown on two space shuttle missions and been the first Canadian to walk in space. Now Chris Hadfield is preparing for the mission of a lifetime.
by NASA Goddard 14,319 views
NASA's highly anticipated Robotic Refueling Mission (RRM) began operations on the International Space Station with the Canadian Dextre robot and RRM tools March 7-9, 2012, marking important milestones in satellite-servicing technology and the use of the space station robotic capabilities.
A joint effort between NASA and the Canadian Space Agency (CSA), RRM is an external station experiment designed to demonstrate the technologies, tools, and techniques needed to robotically service and refuel satellites in orbit, especially those not built with servicing in mind. RRM represents the first time the space station's Dextre robot is used for technology research and development, moving it beyond robotic maintenance of the orbiting superstructure.
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by Mathew Ho 3,437,818 views
Connect with Lego Man on Twitter and Facebook!
*The original Lego Man in Space*
This was a high altitude balloon project (HAB) aimed to capture photos and video of earth's curvature.
Questions or Comments? Email: email@example.com
by Scientific American Space Lab 13,177,868 views
We're excited to announce YouTube Space Lab, launching with Lenovo and Space Adventures in cooperation with NASA, ESA and JAXA. Watch amazing space and science videos and, if you're 14 to 18 years old, submit a space experiment idea for your chance to win out-of-this-world prizes.
Find out more at http://youtube.com/spacelab.
Get the music, composed by Aurotone, here: http://bit.ly/qMr2Co.
by The Globe and Mail 8,419 views
Chris Hadfield, the first Canadian to walk in space, says he believes more people would become "better stewards of the earth" if they had a chance to see our fragile planet from space.
For more visit http://tgam.ca/shuttle
by SimplePlan 11,606,841 views
© 2011 WMG
From the new album 'Get Your Heart On!' available now - http://atlr.ec/pkdtRW
Directed By: Mark Staubach
Can anybody hear me?
Or am I talking to myself?
My mind is running empty
In this search for someone else
Who doesn't look right through me
It's all just static in my head
Can anybody tell me why?
I'm lonely like a satellite
Cause tonight I'm feelin' like an astronaut
Sending SOS from this tiny box
And I lost all signal when I lifted off
Now I'm stuck out here and the world forgot
Can I please come down?
Cause I'm tired of drifting round and round
Can I please come down?
I'm deafened by the silence
Is it something that I've done?
I know that there are millions
I can't be the only one
Who's so disconnected
It's so different in my head
Can anybody tell me why?
I'm lonely like a satellite
Now I lie awake and scream
In the zero gravity
And it's starting to weigh down on me
Let's abort this mission now
Can I please come down?
So tonight I'm calling all astronauts
All the lonely people that the world forgot
If you hear my voice, come pick me up
Are you out there?
Cause you're all I've got
by OntarioScienceCentre 1,138 views
Jeremy Hansen gives his perspective on what the International Space Station and robotics like Canadarm2 mean for the future of the space program - from a building a permanent human presence on the Moon to a landing on Mars. For more on what's coming after the end of the Space Shuttle era, check out our RedShift Report podcast at www.ontariosciencecentre.ca/report/.