"The Big Bang in One Hour" This was a public talk I gave at the Astronomical Society of Greenwich. I've always welcomed the challenge of trying to do the topic in full in one hour, and I think I'm honing in on it. Way deep in the talk, I chatted about the two teams who discovered Dark Energy. Adam Riess' in-laws were in the house, and they let me know it wasn't as amicable as I presented it.
These 99 videos cover all areas of introductory astronomy, from constellations to the Big Bang. You can watch them over the course of 12 weeks, just to give yourself time to rest and do some side reading on the links I embed in the videos. I don't shy away from the mathematics, because everyone deserves to know how people link things together. Enjoy!