Coolest Science Videos of the Day

By on Dec 8, 2012 in Video | 0 comments

Here are the Coolest Science Videos of the day:

 

The first one was shown to me by my favorite @BadAstronomer or Phil Plait. This is a video by a young guy in London. His videos are fun and random and it’s hard not to enjoy them.  Check this out:

 

 

Also the picture of Saturn’s eclipse he was talking about. You can even see Earth in the background photo bombing the picture haha. Click to enlarge!

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Saturn_eclipse.jpg

 

This next video is for anyone who wants 1.5 hours of official Apollo footage. Check it here: http://www.dvidshub.net/unit/NASA#.UMOE2ZPjnvZ

 

Last but not least I couldn’t help but post this awesome Carl Sagan video that recently popped up. It’s done with some great animation. Short but sweet.

 

Pale Blue Dot from ORDER on Vimeo.

 

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Zain is a digital marketer (SEO) for a large brand and has an enormous passion for astronomy. In his spare time he volunteers for Penny4NASA.org, York University Observatory , and contributes to sites like Astronaut.com. He also loves to rock climb, take photos, and play / create music.

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