Scientists from the Space Sciences Department at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science take you "behind the stories," using the best images and animation available to help understand the latest developments.
Ka Chun Yu is our presenter this month and he focuses his stories on the study of galaxies and galaxy interactions.
His first story is about the recent release of the Hubble Legcy Field image, the latest in a series of Hubble deep-field surveys dating back to the first in 1995.
Next up, he looks at Hubble image of galaxy NGC 4485. This image, originally released to showcase a beautiful picture from HST, shows one side of NGC 4485 as a standard spiral-armed galaxy and the other side is a flurry of star formation.
Moving on to star formation in galaxies, Ka Chun talks about a recent research paper that asks the question-is most gas in a galaxy turned into stars over a long period of time or is only some of the gas turned into stars before the cloud is dispersed?
Steve Lee was unable to attend this month's 60 Minutes in Space but he asked Ka Chun to show a video about NASA's return to the moon by 2024.
60 Minutes in Space - Hubble Legacy Field
Runtime - 19:06
60 Minutes in Space - NGC 4485
Runtime - 14:33
60 Minutes in Space - Star Formation in Galaxies
Runtime - 8:28
60 Minutes in Space - NASA's Returning Humans to the Moon
Runtime - 5:35
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