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VIDEOS

  • Helicopter show

    Helicopter

    When you fly in the middle of the night it's like alerting your enemy, "hey guys, we're here!"

    (03:03)
  • Jupiter_MOBI2 show

    Jupiter_MOBI2

    Galileo saw the moons orbit Jupiter, and questioned the notion that Earth was the center of everything.

    (03:08)
  • Jupiter_MOBI3 show

    Jupiter_MOBI3

    It took Galileo 14 years to travel through Jupiter's magnetosphere, capable of frying electronics.

    (03:09)
  • Jupiter_MOBI4 show

    Jupiter_MOBI4

    The brief flyby of Voyagers 1 and 2 raised many questions for spacecraft Galileo to answer.

    (03:09)
  • Jupiter_MOBI5 show

    Jupiter_MOBI5

    Jupiter's Red Spot is a mystery. was it caused by a giant storm that has been raging for at least 300 years?

    (03:05)
  • Jupiter_PPC show

    Jupiter_PPC

    With its 62 moons and the possibility for a close encounter Jupiter is the perfect adrenalin destination.

    (02:31)
  • Jupiter_viral show

    Jupiter_viral

    Jupiter's magnetosphere is the largest thing in the Solar System, matching the moon's size were it visible.

    (00:33)
  • Mars_MOBI01 show

    Mars_MOBI01

    Mars is very similar to Earth, sharing many characteristics after being created in much the same way.

    (03:00)
  • Mars_MOBI02 show

    Mars_MOBI02

    NASA has been exploring the surface of Mars with two robots to discover its secrets.

    (03:14)
  • Mars_MOBI03 show

    Mars_MOBI03

    Mars may appear to have an inhospitable climate, evidence suggests that in the past things were different.

    (03:13)
  • Mars_MOBI04 show

    Mars_MOBI04

    The colors of Mars are different to those of the Earth both on the surface and looking towards to sky.

    (03:02)
  • Mars_MOBI05 show

    Mars_MOBI05

    Mars is a long way for a human mission. One of the hardest aspects to resolve is the speed of approach.

    (02:57)
  • Mars_ppc show

    Mars_ppc

    Mars would make for an interesting visit, with the possibility of harboring evidence of life.

    (02:17)
  • Mars_viral show

    Mars_viral

    Robot scouts have been sent to Mars to send information back to us in a way we can relate to.

    (00:47)
  • NeptuneAndUranus_MOBI1 show

    NeptuneAndUranus_MOBI1

    Uranus is the third largest planet, and is the only planet in the Solar System to orbit on its side.

    (03:00)
  • NeptuneAndUranus_MOBI2 show

    NeptuneAndUranus_MOBI2

    Uranus is being observed at its equinox at the moment, which hasn't been possible for the last 20 years.

    (03:13)
  • NeptuneAndUranus_MOBI3 show

    NeptuneAndUranus_MOBI3

    The two Voyager spacecraft contained messages in different languages.

    (03:00)
  • NeptuneAndUranus_MOBI4 show

    NeptuneAndUranus_MOBI4

    Simulating a trip is easier than actually making it. Uranus orbits the sun once every 83 years.

    (03:09)
  • NeptuneAndUranus_MOBI5 show

    NeptuneAndUranus_MOBI5

    If we were to tilt the Earth as Uranus has been tilted it would cause weather chaos.

    (02:57)
  • NeptuneAndUranus_ppc show

    NeptuneAndUranus_ppc

    Neptune and Uranus are two gas giant planets in our Solar System; Uranus calm, Neptune wild and mysterious.

    (01:50)