Movies and public lectures on astronomy & astrophysics.
Professor Paul Davies gives this public lecture entitled: The eerie silence: Are we alone in the Universe? on Friday, 18 May 2012 at The Australian National University.
In this video, Charles Bolden discusses the important role that NASA plays in shaping the future of space exploration, and the agency's long-term ambitions, such as landing astronauts on Mars.
As part of the University's Mt Stromlo's centenary celebrations in 2011, this lecture provides an opportunity to hear from experts in space travel research and space science research.
In this public presentation, Dr Hammel will explain what happened on Jupiter during these cosmic collisions.
NASA's vision is to reach for new heights and reveal the unknown so that what it does and what it learns will benefit all humankind.
In the second and final part of this two-part video Dr Helmut Jerjen continues his 'Tales of stars and stellar systems' . The event is part of Mount Stromlo's Centenary Celebrations.
In the first of this two-part video Dr Helmut Jerjen tells 'Tales of stars and stellar systems'.
In this talk, Professor Elizabeth Winstanley will describe how these mini black holes are created, and what happens to them once they have been produced.
Evidence has been accumulating for several decades that many galaxies harbor central mass concentrations that may be in the form of black holes with masses between a few million to a few billion time the mass of the Sun.
Professor Yau Shing-Tung gives this lecture entitled 'The shape of inner space: String theory & the geometry of the universes' hidden dimensions'
Dr Paul Francis sheds some light on some of life's big questions in this new web series - The Greatest Unsolved Mysteries of the Universe. In this second episode, he addresses the question of the ultimate fate of the Universe.