JWST Videos

The James Webb Space Telescope is the successor to the venerable Hubble Space Telescope. It is designed to explore the infrared universe and look at the very first stars and galaxies in the universe as well as help us identify and learn about exoplanets.

South by Southwest Space Science Hangout

9th Mar, 2013

I'm really happy I finally got a chance to hangout with Fraser Cain, Pamela Gay, Scott Lewis and Camilla Corona! Frank Summers, Alberto Conti and I hungout to talk a bit about what we're doing here in Austin and Alberto filled us in on why where her

Space Fans @SXSW

9th Mar, 2013

Had a great visit from some Space Fans in the Austin area today, all interested in pursuing a career in astronomy/particle physics/engineering. Great guys who give me renewed hope for the future of humanity. If you want weekly space and astronomy n

JWST @SXSW Preview

8th Mar, 2013

Took some video of the huge NASA Experience tent at SxSW. Hoping to see lots of people and spread lots of JWST love! If you want weekly space and astronomy news updates, please subscribe to the DeepAstronomy channel. New episodes are uploaded every

Space Fan News #97: Fastest Black Hole Measured; Possible Protoplanet; JWST @SXSW

2nd Mar, 2013

The fastest black hole ever measured so far also solves controversy. There may be a protoplanet around HD 100546 and I'm going to SXSW! Riddle of black hole spin solved: http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/nustar/news/nustar20130227.html http://news.

Seeing Beyond: The James Webb Space Telescope

26th Jan, 2013

This was originally produced as a talk to be given by people at the Institute to discuss and introduce JWST. I was asked to turn this into a video based on a Keynote presentation. This is what I came up with. Special thanks to Stephanie Smith who

Spacefan Hangout - Some New Things

8th Dec, 2012

Here are some of the links I promised. Please come to our next hangout "Exoplanets and Life in the Universe" on Tuesday, Dec 11th: https://plus.google.com/u/0/events/cbj0une7c05hvn4knouc79pb49g Dr. Sara Seager: http://seagerexoplanets.mit.edu/biog