NASA Offers Online Videos

The new series provides an easy and fun way to learn more about scientific discoveries and facts about Earth, the solar system and more, according to NASA.


| July 1, 2011



The Earth.

The Earth.

courtesy NASA

Washington, D.C. — NASA's new video series offers the public a fast and fun way to learn about scientific discoveries and facts about Earth, the solar system and beyond.

Called "ScienceCasts," the videos are created by an astrophysicist and a team of agency narrators and videographers. The videos are posted online every Thursday afternoon at approximately 4 p.m. EDT. The format is designed to increase understanding of the world of science through simple, clear presentations.

"If you want entertaining, yet very informative, these videos are for you," says Ruth Netting, manager for communications and public engagement in NASA's Science Mission Directorate in Washington.

Future episodes will focus on citizen science research; the search for new galaxies; how to watch this summer's Perseid meteor shower; and the causes of recent wild weather events in the United States.

NASA's Science Mission Directorate seeks new knowledge and understanding of Earth, the sun, solar system and the universe. The directorate also constantly looks for inventive ways to reach out to the public via museums, classrooms, science centers and home schools.

To view the latest science videos online, visit the ScienceCasts channel on YouTube. For a complete list of ScienceCast episodes, visit NASA’s ScienceCasts web page.





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