Astro at home

In response to the Covid-19 pandemic, as a way to help parents at home with their young ones, Discover the Universe offered daily astronomy activities for children aged 8-12.

 

You can now watch a wide variety of Astronomy subjects with the goal of engaging learners at home. Scroll through the videos below to find a topic that interests you! Don't forget to check out the YouTube video description for links to resources and activities you can try at home!

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This page is best viewed on a desktop. To see all Astro at Home videos, follow this link.
You can find links to activities and resources in the descriptions of the YouTube videos. 

Week 11 — May 25-29, 2020

Space X Launch
Coding & Robotics for Space
Earth Satellites: Improving our Lives
Scale of the Universe
Stardust

Week 10 — May 19-22, 2020

Moons of Uranus & Neptune
Astro News!
Sending Probes into Space
Growing Food on Mars

Week 9 — May 11-15, 2020

Telescopes
How the Body Adapts to Space
w Astronaut Dave Williams
Northern Lights
Cosmic Distance Ladder
Brown Dwarfs

Week 8 — May 4 -8, 2020

Birth of a Star
What to Observe in May
Working at CFHT
Composing Images of Space
Tour of the Universe

Week 7 — April 27 - May 1, 2020

Space Gardens
Q&A
Meet a Mars  Rover Engineer!
Supernovas
Rings and Moons of Saturn

Week 6 — April 20 - 24, 2020

Moons of Jupiter
Canada France Hawaii Telescope
Earth Day
Gravity
Kaleidoscopic Universe

Week 5 — April 14 - 17, 2020

Astro News — Supermoon!
Extraordinary Worlds of Exoplanets
Evolution of Stars
The Greenhouse Effect

Week 4 — April 6 - 9, 2020

Planet Formation
Moons and Exomoons
Mapping the Surface of Mars
Pluto

Week 3 — march 30 - April 3, 2020

Astronomy News
Asteroids & Comets
Questions & Answers
Crashing Galaxies
The Changing Seasons

Week 2 — march 23-27, 2020

Gravitational Waves
Black Holes
Impact!
Meet the Planets!
Do Aliens Exist?

Week 1 — march 17-20, 2020

From Earth to Infinity
Measuring the Expanding Universe
Measuring the Earth
What Can I See in the Night Sky?
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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