SciShow Space News reveals two weird experiments in human spaceflight: one showed us what it really feels like to walk on the moon, the other put ordinary people through space flight simulation to see how they did. Find out inside!
SciShow Space gives you a blow by blow account of what’s going to happen to the sun — and Earth.
SciShow Space News shares the latest developments from around the universe, including the Curiosity’s arrival at its final destination, and new insights into what clues we should really be looking for in our search for alien life.
SciShow Space takes you on a tour of Venus, a world with such an extreme environment that you might call it “Earth’s evil twin.”
SciShow Space shares the latest news from around the universe, including new insights into the giant supercluster of galaxies that we call home, and the first “data baby” from Rosetta’s rendezvous with a comet.
Carl Sagan famously observed that we are all made of “star stuff.” But what does that mean? And how much of you is really made of dead stars? SciShow Space explains!
September 8, 1969 — The Apollo 12 rocket moves slowly (very slowly) atop the crawler-transporter from the Vehicle Assembly Building to launch pad A at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida. (NASA)
SciShow Space News shares the latest developments from around the universe, including NASA’s plan to build the world’s most powerful rocket, and the fate of Russian geckos sent to have sex in space.
SciShow Space (with the special help of Phil Plait!) takes you to the smallest star in the universe, and explains how astronomers figured out that’s what it was!
SciShow explores two celestial mysteries: the origins of a meteorite that crashed into a house in California, and who’s releasing chemicals into the atmosphere that were banned more than 25 years ago?