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How Many Stars Are There?

Have you ever wondered how many stars are in the known universe? Dr. Bruce Betts has this week's Random Space Fact.

Starring Dr. Bruce Betts | Video by Merc Boyan | Music by Jim McKeever

 


 

Your Voice on Mars

What would you sound like on Mars? Dr. Bruce Betts has this week's Random Space Fact.

Starring Dr. Bruce Betts | Video by Merc Boyan | Music by Jim McKeever

 


 

If the Sun Were the Size of a Basketball...

How big is the Sun compared to the Earth? Dr. Bruce Betts has this week's Random Space Fact.

Starring Dr. Bruce Betts | Video by Merc Boyan | Music by Jim McKeever

 


 

Introduction to Comet Siding Spring’s Near Miss at Mars

On October 19, 2014, Comet Siding Spring will fly very close to Mars. Here’s a 5 minute video introduction to get you up to speed on this planetary near miss, and some suggestions on how to find out more now, during, and after the encounter.

 


 

LightSail sail deployment test timelapse

This timelapse video of LightSail's sail deployment test at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo on Sept. 23 shows the sails being deployed and tensioned. After the test, a three-person team refolds the sails and stows them back in the spacecraft. Credit: Justin Foley

 


 

Send your name to SPACE!

Have you ever wanted to fly in space...but couldn't? Send your name on OSIRIS-REx for a luxurious 500-day trip to asteroid Bennu! It WON'T get tired and WON'T require oxygen. Sign up now while supplies last!

 


 

LightSail Launch Date Announcement - July 9, 2014

On July 9, The Planetary Society announced the launch of LightSail-1. Watch the recap to hear from experts and space fans alike. In April 2016, LightSail-1 and its parent satellite, Prox-1, are scheduled to hitch a ride to orbit aboard SpaceX’s new Falcon Heavy rocket. LightSail-1 will be released into space, unfurl its silver sails and attempt to become the first CubeSat to demonstrate controlled solar sailing—flight by light.

 


 

BBC Interviews Bill Nye About Looking for Life on Europa

The BBC World News America interviewed Planetary Society CEO Bill Nye before an event on Captiol Hill entitled The Lure of Europa. The Planetary Society event featured three congressmen, including the Chairman of the House Science Committe, NASA's Chief Scientist Ellen Stofan, JPL Europa Study Scientist Robert Pappalardo, and Bill Nye The Science Guy.

 


 

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