Watch Live Webcast: Secrets of the Universe’s First Light

by Nancy Atkinson April 18, 2014

Just a month ago came the news of the first direct evidence of primordial gravitational waves — ripples in the fabric of spacetime — providing the first direct evidence the Universe underwent a brief but stupendously accelerated expansion immediately following the Big Bang. This almost unimaginably fast expansion when the Universe was only a trillionth […]

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Watch Live as Asteroid 2012 DA14 Whizzes Past Earth

by Nancy Atkinson February 14, 2013

Want to keep tabs on asteroid 2012 DA14 as it whizzes past Earth tomorrow (Feb. 15)? NASA TV and several online astronomy outlets will be tracking this asteroid as it makes its record-setting close shave. This marks the first time there has been an asteroid of this size passing this close that we’ve known a […]

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Live Webcast from American Museum of Natural History Today: Beyond Planet Earth

by Nancy Atkinson November 15, 2011

The American Museum of Natural History in New York will soon be opening up a new exhibition called “Beyond Planet Earth: The Future of Space Exploration,” and they are live-streaming a special public program at 12 Noon EST (17:00 UT), that includes NASA astronauts Mike Massimino and John Grunsfeld, crew members on mission STS-125 to […]

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Watch the Final Shuttle Launch Live

by Nancy Atkinson July 8, 2011

Free desktop streaming application by Ustream Spacevidcast is live from Kennedy Space Center and will be providing up-to-the-minute commentary by guest experts throughout the launch countdown webcast. Viewers will also be able to call in and ask questions about astronauts, engineers, and the whole launch process in general via social stream. You can watch here, […]

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