MY EST PEOPLE COSMOS IS ON RIGHT NOW
Do you know where you can stream cosmos online :)
I don’t think you can stream it live anywhere. You could try Fox or NatGeo websites.
Hulu will most likely have Cosmos, but they upload it the day after it airs.
Sorry for the lack of info! If anyone knows where you can stream it, comment or message me so I can let everyone know.
- An Astronomy Nerd
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Where exactly can you see the cosmos and at what time? Thanks.
You can watch Cosmos on ten different channels, all Fox and National Geographic channels.
As for the time, it’ll be airing tomorrow, the 9th on Fox at 8/9 central and on Monday on NatGeo at 10/9c. But you’ll have to check your own TV if you don’t live in the eastern standard or central time zone.
- An Astronomy Nerd
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I love my dad so much hahaha omg
BUT SERIOUSLY GUYS IT’S COMING THIS SUNDAY I expect all my nerds to be watching it!!!
Not science, but thought this was cute and wanted to send a positive message to you guys :)
A view from the zone
Brilliant Venus and the central Milky Way rise in the early morning hours of March 1 in this sea and skyscape. The scene looks out from a beach at Sea Isle City, New Jersey, USA, planet Earth. Of course, Earth orbits well within the solar system’s habitable zone, that Goldilocks region not too close and not too far from the Sun where surface temperatures can support liquid water. Similar in size to Earth, Venus lies just beyond the inner boundary of the habitable zone. The watery reflection of light from our inhospitable sister planet is seen along a calm, cold ocean and low cloud bank.
Image credit & copyright: Jack Fusco
Newly discovered asteroid is heading (safely) our way today!
The 100-foot-wide asteroid named 2014 DX110 is making its close approach today, coming closer to the Earth than our own moon! It’s no danger to us, however, and should pass right by without making contact, hitting its closest point around 5 pm EST today.
If you’ve got a sharp eye you may even be able to see the thing passing by in the sky, but it’ll likely be too dark to catch.
Lucky for us, the Virtual Telescope Project 2.0 is planning to watch 2014 DX110 pass by and is providing live updates!
Watch the VTP2.0 live images: http://www.virtualtelescope.eu/webtv/
And check out this awesome video of 2014 DX110 as it approaches our planet (the asteroid is the white dot dead center that the camera is trained on):
More from the Australian Eye: http://www.theaustralianeye.com/current-news/asteroid-makes-close-approach-to-earth-aoi37478.html
The Pleiades Deep and Dusty
Image Credit: David Lane
These SDO images from 7:25 p.m. EST on Feb. 24, 2014, show the first moments of an X-class flare in different wavelengths of light — seen as the bright spot that appears on the left limb of the sun. Hot solar material can be seen hovering above the active region in the sun’s atmosphere, the corona.