Space

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    Video caption: James Webb Space Telescope scientist: 'It's the future of astrophysics'

    The James Webb Space Telescope is expected to be 100 times more powerful than the Hubble.

  2. String theory - a simple way to understand the universe

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    Video caption: Theoretical physicist Dr Michio Kaku offers a simple guide to how the universe works.

    Theoretical physicist Michio Kaku explains why he thinks string theory is the best way to understand how the universe works.

  3. Planetarium

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    Video caption: Justin and his friends explore a planetarium, and Mr Tumble explores with his telescope!

    Educational series using Makaton sign language. Justin and his friends are exploring a planetarium, while Mr Tumble is exploring with his telescope!

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    Video caption: Major Tim makes a surprise visit to Gwaunmeisgyn Primary School in Beddau, Pontypridd.
  5. You Fell into a Black Hole?

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    Video caption: Experience the most extraordinary ride in the universe – falling into a black hole.

    Experience the most extraordinary ride in the universe – falling into a black hole.

  6. You Could Actually Reach for the Stars?

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    Video caption: Want to reach for the stars? It would be the journey of a lifetime - literally.

    Want to reach for the stars? It would be the journey of a lifetime - literally.

  7. Space - Live Lesson

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    Video caption: Blast off and join us for this World Space Week lesson. It’s out of this world!

    Reach the stars and expand your mind with Professor Brian Cox in this World Space Week episode of Live Lessons.

  8. CBeebies Prom: Off to the Moon

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    Video caption: Join the CBeebies Prommers at the Royal Albert Hall for a musical journey to the moon.

    CBeebies is at the Royal Albert Hall with the amazing orchestra Chineke! The CBeebies Prommers are on a musical journey to the moon, just like the astronauts 50 years ago.