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Astronomy Jokes for Kids | Fun Science for Kids

Why did the Sun get straight As? Because he’s so bright! That was a terrible joke, froggy. Wait, I’m not finished. The Sun is so bright, he didn’t have to go to college! He already had thousands of degrees! Get it? The surface of the Sun is like 10,000 degrees Fahrenheit. That’s 5,600 degrees Celsius.… Read More »

Meet the Stars (Part 1)–Astronomy Song about stars-for Kids

Let’s go meet the stars In our galaxy Some are very far But still bright enough to see Let’s go meet the stars There are many different kinds They will blow your mind Let’s go and meet the stars We’ll travel very far Out through our universe I wonder who we’ll meet first Will we… Read More »

BIBLICAL ASTRONOMY EP 1 OF 4: Biblical Meaning of The Constellations with Bob Wadsworth (HD)

Can We See the Pillars of Creation with Amateur Astronomy Telescopes?

In the late spring skies in the northern hemisphere, looking towards the southeast in the hours after midnight local time, there is a region of star formation that right now, is home to newborn stars. This object lies 6,500 light years away and at this time of year, from our vantage on Earth, it is… Read More »

History of Astronomy Part 1: The Celestial Sphere and Early Observations

Hey it’s Professor Dave, let’s check out the night sky. It’s taken almost ten billion years, but we’ve finally made it. We started with the Big Bang, we watched atoms form, we saw these collect to form stars and galaxies, we saw those stars explode to disperse the materials that would become all the planets,… Read More »

Tonight’s Sky: November 2019

November Tonight’s Sky: Constellations Dark, cold nights of November make for good hunting for the fainter constellations of fall. Pegasus flies high in the southeast after nightfall and is a good guidepost for some of autumn’s dimmer patterns. Look south and east of the Great Square of Pegasus for Pisces, the fish. In Greek legend,… Read More »

Astrologie : des astres ou des points virtuels ? Conséquences sur la critique.

As you may have noticed, astrology is a wide topic and there are many many ways to address it Shall I speak louder? OK, I just wanted to tell you about the title Let me quickly introduce myself and I think that afterwards the slides will be on line So people listening to the podcast… Read More »

ZODIAC – WikiVidi Documentary

WikiVidi.com Zodiac [^] The zodiac is an area of the sky that extends approximately 8° north or south of the ecliptic, the apparent path of the Sun across the celestial sphere over the course of the year. The paths of the Moon and visible planets are also within the belt of the zodiac. In Western… Read More »

Types of Constellations

Welcome back! In this lesson we’re going to talk about the three different types of constellations that exist out there. So just to review: constellations are regions of the sky in which stars appear to be grouped together. And constellations really are man-made objects and it’s something that we have been using over thousands of… Read More »