Summer break is just around the corner. Hang a sheet from the clothesline in the backyard and fire up the projector for a NASA movie night.
1. Mars in a Minute
Back in the day, movies started with a cartoon. Learn the secrets of the Red Planet in these animated 60 second chunks.
2. Crash of the Titans
Watch two galaxies collide billions of years from now in this high-definition visualization.
3. Tour the Moon in 4K
Wait for the dark of the waning Moon next weekend to take in this 4K tour of our constant celestial companion.
4. Seven Years of the Sun
Watch graceful dances in the Sun’s atmosphere in this series of videos created by our 24/7 Sun-sentinel, the Solar Dynamic Observatory (SDO).
5. Light ‘Em Up
Crank up the volume and learn about NASA science for this short video about some of our science missions, featuring a track by Fall Out Boy.
6. Bennu’s Journey
Follow an asteroid from its humble origins to its upcoming encounter with our spacecraft in this stunning visualization.
7. Lunar Landing Practice
Join Apollo mission pilots as they fly—and even crash—during daring practice runs for landing on the Moon.
Join the crew of Apollo 8 as they become the first human beings to see the Earth rise over the surface of the Moon.
9. Musical Descent to Titan
Watch a musical, whimsical recreation of the 2005 Huygens probe descent to Titan, Saturn’s giant moon.
10. More Movies
Our Goddard Scientific Visualization Studio provides a steady stream of fresh videos for your summer viewing pleasure. Come back often and enjoy.
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