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  • 18:16 How To Draw Aura | Fortnite

    How To Draw Aura | Fortnite

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    Learn How to Draw Aura from Fortnite. Grab your pen and paper and follow along as I guide you through these step by step drawing instructions. Check out my Fortnite Playlist for more of your favourite characters.How to Draw Fortnite Charactershttps://www.

  • 16:49 How To Draw ULTRA INSTINCT | Goku | TUTORIAL

    How To Draw ULTRA INSTINCT | Goku | TUTORIAL

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    Welcome to this full length tutorial, showing you how to draw Goku in his Ultra Instinct form... I cover all aspects from drawing to Inking to Colouring and finally the Aura... Follow me on Twitter for more Updates - ADCArtAttackTWITCH for Streams - https

  • 23:30 The Planet Trap | Voltron Vehicle Force | Voltron | Full Episode

    The Planet Trap | Voltron Vehicle Force | Voltron | Full Episode

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    The Drules send a bogus distress call in order to lure the VV Force to a planet with an energy-sapping aura. The Air Team becomes trapped on the planet when they go to investigate. Also, Lisa gets knocked out, forcing VV to form without his right leg!

  • 11:10 White Dwarfs & Planetary Nebulae: Crash Course Astronomy #30

    White Dwarfs & Planetary Nebulae: Crash Course Astronomy #30

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    Today Phil follows up last week’s look at the death of low mass stars with what comes next: a white dwarf. White dwarfs are incredibly hot and dense objects roughly the size of Earth. They also can form planetary nebulae: huge, intricately detailed object

  • 01:20 Jupiter looks like a 'jack-o-lantern' in high-res infrared views from the ground

    Jupiter looks like a 'jack-o-lantern' in high-res infrared views from the ground

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    The international Gemini Observatory observed Jupiter in infrared light for a weather study of the gas giant that included the Hubble Space Telescope and NASA Juno mission. Credit: International Gemini Observatory/NOIRLab/NSF/AURA, ESA/Hubble, NASA/JPL-Ca

  • 03:15 Inside the Search for Planet Nine I NOVA I PBS

    Inside the Search for Planet Nine I NOVA I PBS

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    Follow two astronomers, Mike Brown and Konstantin Batygin, as theyre on the hunt for Planet Nine a hypothesized ninth planet at the edge of our solar system.PRODUCTION CREDITSProduced and Directed by: Caitlin Saks and Terri RandallCamera: Dave ArabiaDigit

  • 12:06 Galaxies, Part 1: Crash Course Astronomy #38

    Galaxies, Part 1: Crash Course Astronomy #38

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    The Milky Way is our neighborhood in the universe. It’s a galaxy and there are many others out there. Galaxies contain gas, dust, and billions of stars or more. They come in four main shapes: elliptical, spiral, peculiar, and irregular. Galaxies can colli

  • 10:36 Star Clusters: Crash Course Astronomy #35

    Star Clusters: Crash Course Astronomy #35

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    Last week we covered multiple star systems, but what if we added thousands or even millions of stars to the mix? A star cluster. There are different kinds of clusters, though. Open clusters contain hundreds or thousands of stars held together by gravity.

  • 12:16 Nebulae: Crash Course Astronomy #36

    Nebulae: Crash Course Astronomy #36

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    Astronomers study a lot of gorgeous things, but nebulae might be the most breathtakingly beautiful of them all. Nebulae are clouds of gas and dust in space. They can glow on their own or reflect light from nearby stars. When they glow it’s usually predomi

  • 10:41 Stars: Crash Course Astronomy #26

    Stars: Crash Course Astronomy #26

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    Today Phil’s explaining the stars and how they can be categorized using their spectra. Together with their distance, this provides a wealth of information about them including their luminosity, size, and temperature. The HR diagram plots stars’ luminosity

  • 13:23 The Big Bang: Crash Course Astronomy #42

    The Big Bang: Crash Course Astronomy #42

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    Thanks to observations of galaxy redshifts, we can tell that the universe is EXPANDING! Knowing that the universe is expanding and how quickly its expanding also allows us to run the clock backwards 14 billion years to the way the universe began - with a

  • 03:48 Ion-Powered Rockets Could Take Us to Distant Planets in a Fraction of the Time

    Ion-Powered Rockets Could Take Us to Distant Planets in a Fraction of the Time

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    Chemical rockets got us to the moon, but we'll need something with a little more oomph to catapult us into deep space. Here are our options so far. How NASA Engineers Use Origami to Design Future Spacecraft - https://youtu.be/Ly3hMBD4h5E Read More NASA -

  • 11:21 Distances: Crash Course Astronomy #25

    Distances: Crash Course Astronomy #25

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    How do astronomers make sense out of the vastness of space? How do they study things so far away? Today Phil talks about distances, going back to early astronomy. Ancient Greeks were able to find the size of the Earth, and from that the distance to and th

  • 12:03 Low Mass Stars: Crash Course Astronomy #29

    Low Mass Stars: Crash Course Astronomy #29

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    Today we are talking about the life -- and death -- of stars. Low mass stars live a long time, fusing all their hydrogen into helium over a trillion years. More massive stars like the Sun live shorter lives. They fuse hydrogen into helium, and eventually

  • 12:00 Dark Matter: Crash Course Astronomy #41

    Dark Matter: Crash Course Astronomy #41

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    Today on Crash Course Astronomy, Phil dives into some very dark matters. The stuff we can actually observe in the universe isn’t all there is. Galaxies and other large structures in the universe are created and shifted by a force we detect mostly indirect

  • 15:15 Deep Time: Crash Course Astronomy #45

    Deep Time: Crash Course Astronomy #45

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    As we approach the end of Crash Course Astronomy, it’s time now to acknowledge that our Universe’s days are numbered. Stars will die out after a few trillion years, protons will decay and matter will dissolve after a thousand trillion trillion trillion ye

  • 11:55 Comets: Crash Course Astronomy #21

    Comets: Crash Course Astronomy #21

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    Today on Crash Course Astronomy, Phil explains comets. Comets are chunks of ice and rock that orbit the Sun. When they get near the Sun the ice turns into gas, forming the long tail, and also releases dust that forms a different tail. We’ve visited comets

  • 12:17 High Mass Stars: Crash Course Astronomy #31

    High Mass Stars: Crash Course Astronomy #31

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    Massive stars fuse heavier elements in their cores than lower mass stars. This leads to the creation of heavier elements up to iron. Iron robs critical energy from the core, causing it to collapse. The shock wave, together with a huge swarm of neutrinos,


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