Find out more about our night sky, from new planets to far-off galaxies and the vastness of the Universe. A series of short talks and presentations for the general public from leading astronomy researchers at the Oxford University Physics department - http://www.physics.ox.ac.uk/
Redder is better! Exploring the universe with the successor to Hubble
Rebecca Bowler, University of Oxford give a talk about the successor to the Hubble telescope - The James Webb Space Telescope - which will detect infrared radiation.
On the trail of the most energetic particles in the universe
Rafael Alves Batista, University of Oxford, gives a talk about cosmic rays. Creative Commons Attribution-Non-Commercial-Share Alike 2.0 UK: England & Wales; http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.0/uk/
Advanced LIGO: The Era of Gravitational Wave Astronomy
Dr Philipp Podsiadlowski, University of Oxford gives a talk about gravitational waves in light of the recent detections by the LIGO detector.
Things that go bump in the night: Exploding stars and black holes
Professor Rob Fender, University of Oxford talks through some observations of black holes.
The Seven Wonders of Galaxy Zoo
Becky Smethurst shows how citizen science and the Galaxy Zoo project is helping researchers tackle difficult scientific questions.
Astronomy at the Highest Energies Possible
Researcher Stephen Rayner talks on how astronomers study the highest energies possible to detect particle accelerators in space.