Pillars of Erosion
Posted on September 27, 2013
This video (2 min, 53 sec) demonstrates how we can see erosion around us in our day-to-day experiences, on larger scales on Earth, and on a cosmic scale in interstellar space. Learn more about the pillars of erosion.
The Flow of Electric Charge
Posted on May 22, 2013
This video (4 min, 11 sec) illustrates how the flow of electric discharge (electricity flowing from one point to another) is responsible for so many phenomena in our lives on Earth and beyond. Learn more about the flow of electric charge.
The Shape of Speed
Posted on March 6, 2013
This video (3 min, 27 sec) examines bow waves (or bow shocks) in water, air, and, space. Bow waves provide scientists with an opportunity to study objects moving at great speeds throughout the Universe. Learn more about the shape of speed.
When Atoms Collide
Posted on December 3, 2012
This video (3 min, 52 sec) demonstrates examples of how light is produced from atomic collisions on Earth and in space. Learn more about atoms and light.
Posted on September 20, 2012
This video (3 min, 11 sec) teaches us about wind. We've all felt the wind—whether as a gentle breeze or the wrath of an angry storm. But what exactly is wind and what impact does it have? Learn more about wind.
Here, There and Everywhere Introduction
Posted on October 9, 2012
This short video (1 min, 41 sec) introduces the Here, There and Everywhere project. Explore how interconnected science is with visual comparisons that span from the human scale on Earth to some of the largest structures in the cosmos. What happens here, happens there, and everywhere.
Bubbles, Bubbles, Everywhere
Posted on December 24, 2015
This video (3 min, 55 sec) explains that bubbles represent important physical phenomena that can be found across many scales and in many different types of objects. Learn more about the Bubbles Large and Small..
Seeding the Environment
Posted on August 2, 2013
This video (3 min, 20 sec) explains how seeding is not only important for plants and animals on Earth, but also plays a role on a larger stage—a cosmic one . Learn more about the seeding the environment.
Light That Does Not Pass
Posted on April 3, 2013
This video (4 min, 16 sec) shows us that shadows are not found only on Earth, but also throughout the Solar System and across the Universe. Learn more about the shadows.
A Bend in the Road
Posted on December 18, 2012
This video (3 min, 31 sec) shows us examples of how light's path is bent. Eyeglasses, the Earth's atmosphere, and even massive clusters of galaxies can act as a lens and distort the shape of images. Learn more about the bending of light.
Spirals In Nature
Posted on November 28, 2012
This video (4 min, 16 sec) examines spiral-shaped objects of different sizes and scales across the Universe. Learn more about spirals.
Here, There and Everywhere Short Trailer
Posted on September 20, 2012
This short video (1 min, 25 sec) introduces the Here, There and Everywhere project with snippets of the universal topics being explored. From wind to electric discharges to bent light, what happens here, happens there, and everywhere.
"Here, There, & Everywhere" (HTE) is supported by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration under grant NNX11AH28G issued through the Science Mission Directorate.