5 Fascinating TED Talks about Astronomy

5 Fascinating TED Talks about Astronomy

Want to learn more about stars and other celestial bodies? Here are some of the most fascinating TED Talks about astronomy that will make you fall in love with the universe and its mysteries.

Carrie Nugent: Adventures of an asteroid hunter

Discovering cosmic objects and learning more about what’s out there is just part of the job for scientist Carrie Nugent. In this talk, she shares information and facts about how asteroids have shaped this planet.

Curtis Wong and Roy Gould: A preview of the WorldWide Telescope

Taking images from some of the best telescopes and satellites, Microsoft’s WorldWide Telescope creates a magnificent interactive view of the universe. Here Curtis Wong and Roy Gould provide a preview of this awesome technology.

Henry Lin: What we can learn from galaxies far, far away

Intel Science Fair award winner Henry Lin delivers a talk about galaxy clusters and shares thought-provoking insights on what our own galaxy and world may teach us.

Jedidah Isler: How I fell in love with quasars, blazars and our incredible universe

“My first love was for the night sky.” And with that astrophysicist Jedidah Isler begins her talk that will take you to galaxies far, far away. She will then introduce you to objects you never thought existed and will leave you filled with wonder about the universe.

Natasha Hurley-Walker: How radio telescopes show us unseen galaxies

Astronomer Natasha Hurley-Walker talks about radio telescope and how, with the use of a special technology, it can help in discovering what may be previously unseen.

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