Browse our collection of educational videos to help your students visualize data and understand scientific and environmental concepts.
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When you flush the toilet, what happens to the pee, poo, and paper? Dive into the SF sewer system to find out!
Most energy in the US is produced by fossil fuels like coal and natural gas. How does this impact our planet?
What would you see if you could shrink down to fit inside a plant cell?
Selections from our Earthquakes Course
Much of what we know about Earth's interior comes from seismic waves generated by earthquakes.
Most seismic activity occurs in the narrow zones between plates.
Billions of years ago, Earth had supercontinents—land masses made of multiple continents merged together.
Selections from Flipside Science
Did you know you can recycle waste water?
To feed our growing world, we need innovative solutions.
Could eating insects be better for the environment than eating other sources of protein, like beef?
Full Films from our Planetarium
Educators everywhere can stream the full HD film, in addition to shorter video clips!
Inspire your students with this stunning 25-minute film focusing on the vast networks of life.
In this free film, you'll follow the paths of asteroids and comets that have collided with Earth.
Short Scenes from Habitat Earth
Plunge into a California kelp forest and learn about the complex, colorful ecosystems right off our coast.
Travel underground for an up-close look at the ants, amoebas, and bacteria that maintain healthy soil.
In this video, learn how Earth’s rotation and the angle of sunlight interact to create different seasons.
Witness the influence of the sun on the seasonal abundance of plant matter produced on land and in our oceans.
See how seasonal changes drive patterns in animal behavior.
This clip demonstrates global ship traffic over an eleven day period.
Social Studies + Science Connections
Plate tectonics played an important role in providing opportunities for life to flourish.
On April 18, 1906, a 7.9 magnitude earthquake along the San Andreas Fault would reshape the entire city.
How is the development of human population centers linked to the development of agriculture?
Selections from our Biodiversity Course
As human activities warm the Earth, biodiversity levels and distributions are changing at alarming rates.
Why are the oceans becoming more acidic and how does that threaten biodiversity?
Healthy ecosystems require a large, diverse group of organisms, each doing their part.
Watch our colony of playful African penguins waddle, swim, flirt, and nest on three live webcams.
Enjoy ogling the 10+ species of graceful rays and tropical fish in Reef Lagoon—streaming 24/7 via webcam.
Be mesmerized by the brilliant colors of tropical fish in our Philippine Coral Reef.
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