NASA Edge Videos
NASA EDGE is a public outreach vodcast sponsored by NASA's Exploration Systems Mission Directorate and based out of the Exploration and Space Operations Directorate at Langley Research Center in Hampton, Virginia. NASA EDGE takes an insider's look at current projects and technologies from NASA facilities around the United States, and is depicted through personal interviews, on-scene broadcasts, computer animations, and personal interviews with top scientists and engineers at NASA. The show explores the contributions NASA has made to society as well as the progress of current projects in materials and space exploration. (from wikipedia.org)
This is a BBC docudrama series chronicling the major events and characters in the American/Soviet space race up to the first landing of a man on the moon.
|When We Left Earth: NASA Missions
This is a Discovery Channel documentary series narrated by actor Gary Sinise, looking at the NASA missions about human spaceflight.
Using film footage from space missions of the United States and Russia and computer generated graphics, this film tells a story of mankind's exploration of our solar system and reveals the wonders of the planets.
This consists of a series of videos which explores in-depth stories about recent breakthroughs in astronomy and the space sciences.
|Introduction to Planetary Science and Astronomy
Instructor: Dr. Bruce Bett. This course will be an introductory astronomy survey course with a strong emphasis in planetary science.