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The European Space Agency also offers a vast multimedia gallery. Look at images of deep space, see tons of videos about ESA missions, watch many animations, and much more! There is something for all!
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View a large variety of astronomy videos on Watch videos covering a large number of topics including shuttle launches, solar system images, and interviews from NASA.

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Want to know how the universe was formed? Ever wonder if black holes exist? Watch a large variety of astronomy videos, (many in HD) and discuss these topics freely with other astronomy fans.

Greatest Discoveries in Astronomy
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Videos of the Planets
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A group of scientists at Argonne National Laboratory use complex mathematics and supercomputers to try and model the evolution of the universe.

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