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  • 12:12 Introduction to Astronomy: Crash Course Astronomy #1

    Introduction to Astronomy: Crash Course Astronomy #1

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    Welcome to the first episode of Crash Course Astronomy. Your host for this intergalactic adventure is the Bad Astronomer himself, Phil Plait. We begin with answering a question: "What is astronomy?" -- Table of Contents: What is Astronomy? 3:00 Who Studie

  • 00:44 Count By Category | Counting | Early Math | Khan Academy

    Count By Category | Counting | Early Math | Khan Academy

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    Learn to count the number of things in different categories. Practice this lesson yourself on KhanAcademy.org right now: https://www.khanacademy.org/math/early-math/cc-early-math-counting-topic/cc-early-math-comparing-numbers/e/sort-groups-by-count?utm_so

  • 11:17 Naked Eye Observations: Crash Course Astronomy #2

    Naked Eye Observations: Crash Course Astronomy #2

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    Today on Crash Course Astronomy, Phil invites you to head outside and take a look at all the incredible things you can see with your naked eye. -- Table of Contents: Naked Eye Observations 0:28.4 Constellations 3:09.7 The Color of Stars 2:44.5 View of the

  • 11:23 Everything, The Universe...And Life: Crash Course Astronomy #46

    Everything, The Universe...And Life: Crash Course Astronomy #46

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    Here it is, folks: the end. In our final episode of Crash Course Astronomy, Phil gives the course a send off with a look at some of his favorite topics and the big questions that Astronomy allows us to ask. Thank you for watching. -- Crash Course Astronom

  • 12:26 Black Holes: Crash Course Astronomy #33

    Black Holes: Crash Course Astronomy #33

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    We’ve covered a lot of incredible stuff, but this week we’re talking about the weirdest objects in space: BLACK HOLES. Stellar mass black holes form when a very massive star dies, and its core collapses. The core has to be more than about 2.8 times the Su

  • 12:36 A Brief History Of The Universe: Crash Course Astronomy #44

    A Brief History Of The Universe: Crash Course Astronomy #44

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    Thanks to the wonders of physics, astronomers can map a timeline of the universe’s history. Today, Phil’s going to give you an overview of those first few minutes (yes, MINUTES) of the universe’s life. It started with a Big Bang, when the Universe was inc

  • 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

  • 11:14 The Milky Way: Crash Course Astronomy #37

    The Milky Way: Crash Course Astronomy #37

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    Today we’re talking about our galactic neighborhood: The Milky Way. It’s a disk galaxy, a collection of dust, gas, and hundreds of billions of stars, with the Sun located about halfway out from the center. The disk has grand spiral patterns in it, formed

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 12:57 Neutron Stars: Crash Course Astronomy #32

    Neutron Stars: Crash Course Astronomy #32

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    In the aftermath of a 8 – 20 solar mass star’s demise we find a weird little object known as a neutron star. Neutrons stars are incredibly dense, spin rapidly, and have very strong magnetic fields. Some of them we see as pulsars, flashing in brightness as

  • 11:23 Dark Energy, Cosmology Part 2: Crash Course Astronomy #43

    Dark Energy, Cosmology Part 2: Crash Course Astronomy #43

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    The majority of the universe is made up of a currently mysterious entity that pervades space: dark energy. We don’t know exactly what it is, but we do know that dark energy accelerates the expansion of space. We think this means the Universe will expand f

  • 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

  • 12:06 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

  • 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

  • 10:36 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.

  • 12:01 Binary And Multiple Stars: Crash Course Astronomy #34

    Binary And Multiple Stars: Crash Course Astronomy #34

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    Double stars are stars that appear to be near each other in the sky, but if they’re gravitationally bound together we call them binary stars. Many stars are actually part of binary or multiple systems. If they are close enough together they can actually t

  • 09:46 Popular Moon Phases: Crash Course Astronomy #4

    Moon Phases: Crash Course Astronomy #4

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    In this episode of Crash Course Astronomy, Phil takes you through the cause and name of the Moon's phases. -- Why the Moon Has Phases 0:36.1 Spheres in Orbit 1:05.4 Name of the Moon Phases 2:25.5 How We See It 7:48.2 -- PBS Digital Studios: http://youtube

  • 15:35 Galaxies, Part 2: Crash Course Astronomy #39

    Galaxies, Part 2: Crash Course Astronomy #39

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    Active galaxies pour out lots of energy, due to their central supermassive black holes gobbling down matter. Galaxies tend not to be loners, but instead exist in smaller groups and larger clusters. Our Milky Way is part of the Local Group, and will one da

  • 14:05 Gamma-Ray Bursts: Crash Course Astronomy #40

    Gamma-Ray Bursts: Crash Course Astronomy #40

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    Gamma-ray bursts are not only incredible to study, but their discovery has an epic story all its own. Today Phil takes you through some Cold War history and then dives into what we know. Bursts come in two rough varieties: Long and short. Long ones are fr

  • 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,

  • 11:50 Exoplanets: Crash Course Astronomy #27

    Exoplanets: Crash Course Astronomy #27

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    Today Phil explains that YES, there are other planets out there and astonomers have a lot of methods for detecting them. Nearly 2000 have been found so far. The most successful method is using transits, where a planet physically passes in front of its par

  • 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

  • 11:41 The Oort Cloud: Crash Course Astronomy #22

    The Oort Cloud: Crash Course Astronomy #22

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    Now that we’re done with the planets, asteroid belt, and comets, we’re heading to the outskirts of the solar system. Out past Neptune are vast reservoirs of icy bodies that can become comets if they get poked into the inner solar system. The Kuiper Belt i

  • 11:33 Asteroids: Crash Course Astronomy #20

    Asteroids: Crash Course Astronomy #20

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    Now that we’ve finished our tour of the planets, we’re headed back to the asteroid belt. Asteroids are chunks of rock, metal, or both that were once part of smallish planets but were destroyed after collisions. Most orbit the Sun between Mars and Jupiter,

  • 10:17 Introduction to the Solar System: Crash Course Astronomy #9

    Introduction to the Solar System: Crash Course Astronomy #9

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    In today's Crash Course Astronomy, Phil takes a look at the explosive history of our cosmic backyard. We explore how we went from a giant ball of gas to the system of planets and other celestial objects we have today. This episode is sponsored by Squaresp

  • 12:04 The Sun: Crash Course Astronomy #10

    The Sun: Crash Course Astronomy #10

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    Phil takes us for a closer (eye safe!) look at the two-octillion ton star that rules our solar system. We look at the sun's core, plasma, magnetic fields, sunspots, solar flares, coronal mass ejections, and what all of that means for our planet. This epis

  • 09:51 The Moon: Astronomy #12

    The Moon: Astronomy #12

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    Join Phil for a tour of our capital-M Moon, from surface features, inside to the core, and back in time to theories about its formation. This episode is brought to you by Squarespace: http://www.squarespace.com/crashcourse -- Table of Contents Many Millio

  • 10:17 Gravitational Astronomy? How Detecting Gravitational Waves Changes Everything

    Gravitational Astronomy? How Detecting Gravitational Waves Changes Everything

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    We’ve now had multiple detections of gravitational waves, opening up a whole new field: gravitational astronomy. We talk about the detections made so far, and how we can see the Universe in a whole new way. Support us at: http://www.patreon.com/universeto

  • 09:29 Cycles in the Sky: Crash Course Astronomy #3

    Cycles in the Sky: Crash Course Astronomy #3

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    This week we build on our naked eye observations from last week and take a look at the cyclical phenomena that we can see at work in the universe. -- Table of Contents: Naked Eye Observations 0:28.4 Constellations 3:09.7 The Color of Stars 2:44.5 View of

  • 10:32 Eclipses: Crash Course Astronomy #5

    Eclipses: Crash Course Astronomy #5

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    The big question in the comments last week was, "BUT WHAT ABOUT ECLIPSES?" Today, Phil breaks 'em down for you. This episode is sponsored by Squarespace: http://www.squarespace.com/crashcourse -- As promised, Phil's sun spotting recommendations: Astronome

  • 12:01 Telescopes: Crash Course Astronomy #6

    Telescopes: Crash Course Astronomy #6

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    Today Phil explains how telescopes work and offers up some astronomical shopping advice. -- How Telescopes Work 1:07 Refractors vs Reflectors 2:50 Technology and the Light Spectrum 7:45 -- PBS Digital Studios: http://youtube.com/pbsdigitalstudios Follow P

  • 09:47 Tides: Crash Course Astronomy #8

    Tides: Crash Course Astronomy #8

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    Today Phil explores the world of tides! What is the relationship between tides and gravity? How do planets and their moons become tidally locked? What would happen if you were 300km tall? Important questions. -- Gravity Over Distance 0:44 Tidal Force Para

  • 10:14 The Earth: Crash Course Astronomy #11

    The Earth: Crash Course Astronomy #11

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    Phil starts the planet-by-planet tour of the solar system right here at home, Earth. -- Table of Contents Earth is a Planet 0:03 Layers of Earth 1:25 The Magnetic Field 5:10 Atmosphere and the Human Influence 6:14 -- PBS Digital Studios: http://youtube.co

  • 10:18 Popular Mercury: Crash Course Astronomy #13

    Mercury: Crash Course Astronomy #13

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    Mercury is the closest planet to the sun. It has no atmosphere and is, as such, covered in craters. It's also incredibly hot but, surprisingly, has water ice hiding beneath its surface. -- Table of Contents Closest Planet to the Sun 0:03 Rotation Locked t

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  • 10:50 Venus: Crash Course Astronomy #14

    Venus: Crash Course Astronomy #14

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    Venus is a gorgeous naked-eye planet, hanging like a diamond in the twilight -- but it’s beauty is best looked at from afar. Even though Mercury is closer to the sun, Venus is the hottest planet in the solar system, due to a runaway greenhouse effect, and

  • 10:12 Mars: Crash Course Astronomy #15

    Mars: Crash Course Astronomy #15

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    The fourth planet from the sun and the outermost of the terrestrial planets, Mars has long been a popular spot for missions and imagination. Phil walks you through the planet's topography, core, and features. We'll take a look back to Mars's past and make

  • 10:44 Jupiter: Crash Course Astronomy #16

    Jupiter: Crash Course Astronomy #16

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    Jupiter is the biggest planet in our solar system. The gas giant is NOT a failed star, but a really successful planet! It has a dynamic atmosphere with belts and zones, as well as an enormous red spot that’s actually a persistent hurricane. Jupiter is sti

  • 12:16 Saturn: Crash Course Astronomy #18

    Saturn: Crash Course Astronomy #18

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    Saturn is the crown jewel of the solar system, beautiful and fascinating. It is a gas giant, and has a broad set of rings made of ice particles. Moons create gaps in the rings via their gravity. Saturn has dozens of moons, including Titan, which is as big

  • 11:22 Meteors: Crash Course Astronomy #23

    Meteors: Crash Course Astronomy #23

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    Today Phil helps keep you from ticking off an astronomer in your life by making sure you know the difference between a meteor, meteorite, and meteoroid. When the Earth plows through the stream emitted by a comet we get a meteor shower. Meteors burn up abo

  • 10:34 Light: Crash Course Astronomy #24

    Light: Crash Course Astronomy #24

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    In order to understand how we study the universe, we need to talk a little bit about light. Light is a form of energy. Its wavelength tells us its energy and color. Spectroscopy allows us to analyze those colors and determine an object’s temperature, dens

  • 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

  • 04:17 The Most Important Astronomy Picture Ever Taken

    The Most Important Astronomy Picture Ever Taken

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    http://gplus.to/TonyDarnell http://twitter.com/DeepAstronomy http://facebook.com/SpaceFan I've recently discovered an animation that was rendered using the measured redshift of all 10,000 galaxies in the Hubble Ultra Deep Field image. I've written a short

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  • 03:57 This Could Be the End of Urban Astronomy (360 Video)

    This Could Be the End of Urban Astronomy (360 Video)

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    City lights are blinding our view of space, and its forcing urban astronomers to rethink the way they make observations. To make matters worse, a change in the type of lights being used could be the end of some observatories. Plunging Down an Ice Track at

  • 03:50 Sundials = Astronomy with a Stick!

    Sundials = Astronomy with a Stick!

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    Science doesn't have to be complicated. In fact, for most of the history of our investigation of the universe we used nothing more than sticks and stones. Just because they are old doesn't mean they aren't cool though. Right? If you want to check out more

  • 10:03 The Gravity of the Situation: Crash Course Astronomy #7

    The Gravity of the Situation: Crash Course Astronomy #7

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    In today's episode, Phil looks at how gravity plays out across the universe. This episode is sponsored by Squarespace: http://www.squarespace.com/crashcourse -- Gravity is a Force 2:17 Different Types of Orbit 3:41 Escape Velocity 5:30 Weightless Mass 7:0

  • 10:30 Jupiter's Moons: Crash Course Astronomy #17

    Jupiter's Moons: Crash Course Astronomy #17

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    Before moving on from Jupiter to Saturn, we’re going to linger for a moment on Jupiter’s moons. There are 67 known moons, and 4 huge ones that we want to explore in greater detail. Ganymede is the largest - larger, in fact, than any other moon in the sola

  • 12:19 Popular Uranus & Neptune: Crash Course Astronomy #19

    Uranus & Neptune: Crash Course Astronomy #19

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    Today we’re rounding out our planetary tour with ice giants Uranus and Neptune. Both have small rocky cores, thick mantles of ammonia, water, and methane, and atmospheres that make them look greenish and blue. Uranus has a truly weird rotation and relativ

  • 11:06 Brown Dwarfs: Crash Course Astronomy #28

    Brown Dwarfs: Crash Course Astronomy #28

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    While Jupiter is nowhere near massive enough to initiate fusion in its core, there are even more massive objects out there that fall just short of that achievement as well called brown dwarfs. Brown dwarfs, have a mass that places them between giant plane

  • 06:30 Decoding the ancient astronomy of Stonehenge

    Decoding the ancient astronomy of Stonehenge

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    The solstice alignments of Stonehenge, explained. Subscribe to our channel! http://goo.gl/0bsAjO Note: A previous version of this video referred imprecisely to "Neolithic Britain" when discussing the Newgrange tomb in Ireland. We have removed that phrasin

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  • 12:35 The New Astronomy: Crash Course History of Science #13

    The New Astronomy: Crash Course History of Science #13

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    This week on Crash Course: History of the Scientific Revolutionastronomical anomalies accrued. Meanwhile, in Denmarkan eccentric rich dude constructed not one but two science castles! And his humble German assistant synthesized a lot of new, old, and bold

  • 05:27 The 1995 Hubble photo that changed astronomy

    The 1995 Hubble photo that changed astronomy

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    The Hubble Deep Field, explained by the man who made it happen. Subscribe to our channel! http://goo.gl/0bsAjO Click here to download the Hubble Deep Field images: http://www.spacetelescope.org/science/deep_fields/ /// Vox.com is a news website that helps

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  • 04:07 New Astronomy Technique Reveals Monster at the Center of the Milky Way

    New Astronomy Technique Reveals Monster at the Center of the Milky Way

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    Stripping away the Milky Way's stars, planets, rocks and dust reveals a massive black hole lurking just 26,000 light years from Earth. | For more STRIP THE COSMOS, visit http://www.sciencechannel.com/tv-shows/strip-the-cosmos/#mkcpgn=ytsci1 Subscribe to S

  • 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

  • 29:08 The Remarkable Science of Ancient Astronomy | The Great Courses

    The Remarkable Science of Ancient Astronomy | The Great Courses

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    Why were the motions of the Sun, Moon, and stars so important to ancient people? Investigate key astronomical directions noticed by all cultures. Then embark on your study of Stonehenge, seeing how it gave birth to the field of archeoastronomy and to some

  • 02:20 How to make NebulArt

    How to make NebulArt

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    Find out how to make your own NebulArt in Astronomy at Home.Nebulae are regions of gas and dust in space where stars form. They emit light in many different wavelengths but humans can only see a small portion of this light - visible light. Thankfully, we

  • 02:20 How to Make Galaxy Goo

    How to Make Galaxy Goo

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    Find out how to make your own Galaxy Goo in Astronomy at Home.Galaxies are huge collections of stars, dust and gas, gravitationally bound together in space. Stars shine different colours depending on their temperature. Hot, young stars are blue and older,

  • 02:10 Shadows On Other Worlds

    Shadows On Other Worlds

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    Join the astronomers at the Royal Observatory Greenwich as they go on an adventure to discover what shadows look like on other worlds.For School Groups: https://rmg.co.uk/plan-your-visit/schools/royal-observatory #ROGschools #ROGAstronomers #Universe #Ast

  • 04:31 What's inside a black hole?

    What's inside a black hole?

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    ROG astronomer Rad explains where black holes come from, how we know they're there and the strange effects they have on surrounding matter. We also find out what would happen if ROG astronomer Liz approached one!For School Groups: https://rmg.co.uk/plan-y

  • 04:43 How big is the Universe?

    How big is the Universe?

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    ROG astronomer Liz shows us the expanding nature of the Universe and how this affects the light reaching us from distant galaxies, some of which will remain forever hidden from our view.For School Groups: https://rmg.co.uk/plan-your-visit/schools/royal-ob

  • 02:22 Newton's Laws of Motion

    Newton's Laws of Motion

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    Join our Royal Observatory Greenwich astronomers as they go on an epic journey to find out how Newton's Laws of Motion work in space. Buckle your seatbelts, you are in for an adventure.For School Groups: https://rmg.co.uk/plan-your-visit/schools/royal-obs

  • 02:53 What is Light?

    What is Light?

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    Our Universe is a vast and very interesting place and light plays a big part in us being able to understand more about it. To find out how join the Royal Observatory Greenwich astronomers as they explore more.For School Groups: https://rmg.co.uk/plan-your

  • 03:26 Where does Space begin?

    Where does Space begin?

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    Have you ever wondered how far away space is; how far are the different things you see above your head? Join the Royal Observatory Greenwich astronomers as they ascend up through the different layers of the Earths atmosphere to reveal what we would see at

  • 03:10 Are there aliens?

    Are there aliens?

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    Life began on the Earth around 3.5 billion years ago. Could life have evolved on other planets and if so, where are they? Astronomers at the Royal Observatory Greenwich explain how we might detect them in this video.For School Groups: https://rmg.co.uk/pl

  • 03:38 How will the Universe end?

    How will the Universe end?

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    Our Universe began 13.8 billion years ago and it has been expanding ever since. Is it destined to expand forever or will it suffer a more crushing end? Astronomers at the Royal Observatory Greenwich explain the fate of the Universe in this video.For Schoo

  • 02:21 Exploring Moons

    Exploring Moons

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    Our Moon is just one of many moons in the solar system. Join Royal Observatory Greenwich astronomers as they explore some of the different properties and characteristics of a few weird and interesting moons orbiting around the other planets.For School Gro

  • 04:13 Popular Black Hole Seen For The First Time. Black hole breakthrough: Event Horizon Telescope's landmark imag

    Black Hole Seen For The First Time. Black hole breakthrough: Event Horizon Telescope's landmark imag

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    On April 10, 2019, the international Event Horizon Telescope (EHT) collaboration revealed humanity's first glimpse of a black hole. Learn more: https://insidetheperimeter.ca/black-hole-breakthrough-astronomers-release-landmark-image Download free posters

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  • 02:50 The Story of Stars

    The Story of Stars

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    Have you ever looked up at the night sky and wondered about the stars? What makes them so special? Why are some even different colours? Join the Royal Observatory Greenwich astronomers as they explore the science behind the different types of stars in our

  • 02:51 Collisions and Explosions in the Universe

    Collisions and Explosions in the Universe

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    On the smallest to the largest scales, collisions and explosions happen all over our Universe. Join the Royal Observatory Greenwich astronomers as they uncover some of the most explosive events in space.For School Groups: https://www.rmg.co.uk/schools-com

  • 02:00 What it's like to fly through Hurricane Florence

    What it's like to fly through Hurricane Florence

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    Experience what it's like to fly through a Category 4 hurricane in NOAA's WP-3D Hurricane Hunter. With Hurricane Florence's 130 MPH winds raging, you can literally feel the stillness in the storm's eye. Media NOAA/Nick Underwood For more hurricane science

  • 03:36 How did the Solar System form?

    How did the Solar System form?

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    We know about the planets, moons and space rocks that make up our Solar System. But where did it all come from? Join the Royal Observatory Greenwich astronomers as they set out to discover how our Solar System formed.For School Groups: https://www.rmg.co.

  • 01:50 Seeing The Invisible

    Seeing The Invisible

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    Imagine what it would be like to have super powers and see the invisible, sounds pretty fun doesn't it? Join the Royal Observatory Greenwich astronomers as they explore the science behind some seemingly invisible and sneaky forces in space.For School Grou

  • 03:12 Mission to Mars

    Mission to Mars

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    Mars is the most explored world other than the Earth, but weve not sent anyone there yet. Join Royal Observatory Greenwich astronomers as they explore the challenges astronauts would encounter on their long journey to Mars and what it might be like to liv

  • 02:32 What Is Gravity?

    What Is Gravity?

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    From Newtons longstanding ideas to Einsteins revolutionary theories, Royal Observatory Greenwich astronomers explain how our understanding of gravity has changed from looking at how gravity affects us in our daily lives and how it governs what we observe

  • 02:47 The Origin of the Elements

    The Origin of the Elements

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    The Universe we see today is made from particles arranged in a wide variety of elements, but where did it all come from? Join Royal Observatory Greenwich astronomers as they explain how the very first elementary particles came to be and have since gone on

  • 03:06 Stars and the H-R Diagram

    Stars and the H-R Diagram

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    Stars are like humans they have similarities and differences with each other but all have a finite lifetime. Royal Observatory Greenwich astronomers explain how stars can be categorised and their evolution studied by tracking their movement across a very

  • 03:50 Mercury retrograde, explained without astrology

    Mercury retrograde, explained without astrology

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    The science buried under the pseudoscience. Subscribe to our channel! http://goo.gl/0bsAjO Sources: Mars photography by Tunç Tezel: http://www.twanight.org/newtwan/galleries.asp?Sort=Photographer&Value=Tunc%20Tezel&page=1 Mars visualization from Nooch 86:

  • 10:22 How Far Are The Nearest Stars?

    How Far Are The Nearest Stars?

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    I make a 200 billionth scale model to demonstrate. 365 Days Astronomy Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dF2HG1PVZok Help me make videos by donating here: https://www.patreon.com/CodysLab

  • 03:26 Skylight: More Than Meets the Eye

    Skylight: More Than Meets the Eye

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    The sky is awash in light, but there’s much more beyond the visible that we cannot sense with our eyes. What do we see when we use telescopes to peer into the invisible? #astronomy #space #visiblelight #wavelength #infrared #MilkyWay #Andromeda #stars #CM

  • 01:12 These Bags Make Perfect Grilled Cheese

    These Bags Make Perfect Grilled Cheese

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  • 09:19 Top 5 Hurricane Irma Science Experiments 2017 DIY Hurricanes and Tornado!

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  • 05:38 Why Do Planets Have Rings?

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    Explosives Legend - Periodic Table Of Videos

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    Barking Dog (slow Motion) - Periodic Table Of Videos

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  • 01:01 SOFIA Discovers Water on a Sunlit Surface of the Moon

    SOFIA Discovers Water on a Sunlit Surface of the Moon

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  • 10:28 McDonald's Tricks You Fall For Every Single Time

    McDonald's Tricks You Fall For Every Single Time

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    Since the 1940s, McDonald's has enjoyed a mainstream popularity other fast food companies could only dream of having. For better or worse, McDonald's has immense power and influence around the world, thanks in large part to its marketing and advertising.

  • 12:00 Do Animals Sound More Realistic in Japanese or English?

    Do Animals Sound More Realistic in Japanese or English?

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    I noticed that the sound that animals made were different in Japanese and English. Which animals do you think sound more realistic in Japanese vs. English? What do animals sound like where you're from? Here are the names of animals and the sounds they mak

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    Iodine Clock (slow Motion) - Periodic Table Of Videos

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    See the famous Iodine Clock reaction filmed with a high-speed camera. Explained by Professor Martyn Poliakoff. Also featuring Dr Samantha Tang. More chemistry at http://www.periodicvideos.com/ Follow us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/periodicvideo

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    Skylight: Looking Back in Time at the Speed of Light

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    Light takes time to travel from stars and distant galaxies to observers here on Earth. How much have the stars changed since first emitting the light that we see tonight? How far back in time are we seeing when we look at the night sky? #lightyear #astron

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    A Real Life Haptic Glove (Ready Player One Technology Today) - Smarter Every Day 190

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  • 05:46 Neptunium - Periodic Table Of Videos

    Neptunium - Periodic Table Of Videos

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    We get a close-up look at Neptunium during a visit to the National Nuclear Laboratory at Sellafield. This video features Mark Sarsfield from NNL - and periodicvideos regulars Steve Liddle and Martyn Poliakoff from the University of Nottingham. With thanks

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    Math Magic

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  • 07:09 Iridium - Periodic Table Of Videos

    Iridium - Periodic Table Of Videos

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    Up close with some big samples of real Iridium. Our thanks to Johnson Matthey. See all the elements at http://bit.ly/118elements Naming Iridium: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fe6SjQRzxZQ Gold Vault: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CTtf5s2HFkA More chemist

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    What's The Best Way To Whiten Teeth?

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    Subscribe! http://bit.ly/ACSReactions In the age of selfies, it seems everyone wants to have a whiter, brighter smile. While one option to achieve this involves a trip to the dentist for a professional whitening, many people have turned to over-the-counte

  • 02:58 Skylight: How Does Our Solar System Move Around the Milky Way?

    Skylight: How Does Our Solar System Move Around the Milky Way?

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    The planets orbit the Sun in a fairly flat plane. How does that plane relate to the orientation of the Milky Way? If we could see the Sun moving among our night sky constellations, which direction would it be heading? Watch this video to learn how our sol

  • 09:03 Seaborgium - Periodic Table Of Videos

    Seaborgium - Periodic Table Of Videos

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    We're at Berkeley for filming of a new video about Seaborgium - a synthetic element named after the legendary Glenn Seaborg. With thanks to Darleane Hoffman and Alexander Pines at the University of California, Berkeley, and to the Lawrence Berkeley Nation

  • 04:32 Does Homeopathy Work?

    Does Homeopathy Work?

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    Subscribe! http://bit.ly/ACSReactions Homeopathy is a category of “alternative medicine” that emerged some 200 years ago. But does it work? While a growing number of people are turning to such remedies to treat a range of health conditions, the majority o

  • 01:46 Red-Hot Platinum Ingot - Periodic Table Of Videos

    Red-Hot Platinum Ingot - Periodic Table Of Videos

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    Casting a 4kg platinum ingot. It's worth... well, that depends on today's platinum price! More from our visit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fg2WzCzKpYU Subscribe to computerphile - http://bit.ly/XqEDYi Filmed at Johnson Matthey - our thanks to them. Mo

  • 13:16 Life on Venus?

    Life on Venus?

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    While Mars may be the planet that springs to mind when there are discussions of possible alien life in our Solar System, a publication on the discovery of a rare gas (phosphine) in Venus atmosphere may mean that there is more than one planet that possesse

  • 09:29 Water Boiling At Everest - Periodic Table Of Videos

    Water Boiling At Everest - Periodic Table Of Videos

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    Boiling water at various altitudes on the trek from Lukla to Everest Base Camp. Part Two: https://youtu.be/sCh2T9axLyY Nepal Flag: http://bit.ly/10G3Ef3 Everest 8848: http://bit.ly/11ilGvs More scenic clips from Brady's trip: http://bit.ly/12di1M8 Special

  • 09:52 Boiling Water - Periodic Table Of Videos

    Boiling Water - Periodic Table Of Videos

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  • 01:12 How Long Is A Day On The Sun?

    How Long Is A Day On The Sun?

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    Thanks to everyone who supports MinutePhysics on Patreon! http://www.patreon.com/minutephysics Link to Patreon supporters here: http://www.minutephysics.com/supporters.html This video is about the definition of a day, and how it applies (or not) on the su

  • 12:30 What Are Virtual Particles?

    What Are Virtual Particles?

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    As we’ve learned, black holes can evaporate over time thanks to the creation of virtual particles at the edge of the event horizon. Dr. Paul Matt Sutter returns to help us make sense of the science. Support us at: http://www.patreon.com/universetoday More

  • 04:27 Pluto Could Be Made A Planet Again, Along With 102 Other Celestial Bodies

    Pluto Could Be Made A Planet Again, Along With 102 Other Celestial Bodies

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    This proposed new definition of "planets" would bring back Pluto, but would also reclassify over a hundred other celestial bodies -- including our moon! Do You Know What Color Pluto Really Is? - https://youtu.be/8beVI8wdkZg Sign Up For The Seeker Newslett

  • 05:40 Old School Professor - Periodic Table Of Videos

    Old School Professor - Periodic Table Of Videos

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    Professor Martyn Poliakoff visits Westminster School, where he scored 6 out of 10 on his first chemistry experiment! The Prof gave the annual Tizard Lecture. More at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4CK4WHElb4Q Here is his Nyholm Lecture: http://www.youtub

  • 04:39 Famous Science Spectacles - Periodic Table Of Videos

    Famous Science Spectacles - Periodic Table Of Videos

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    Joseph Priestley made a famous discovery - but it seems his eyesight wasn't too good? Royal Society (Romantic Chemistry Exhibition until June 14): http://royalsociety.org/events/2012/romantic-chemistry/ Professor Martyn Poliakoff is Foreign Secretary of t

  • 04:43 Science in America - Neil deGrasse Tyson

    Science in America - Neil deGrasse Tyson

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    We offer this 4min video on “Science in America”, containing what may be the most important words Neil deGrasse Tyson has ever spoken. ------------- Redglass Pictures is an award-winning production studio co-founded by Sarah Klein and Tom Maso

  • 08:20 The Future of Gravitational Waves | Space Time | PBS Digital Studios

    The Future of Gravitational Waves | Space Time | PBS Digital Studios

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    Find out how gravitational waves are allowing us to unlock the secrets behind black hole formation and growth. Get your own Space Time t­shirt at http://bit.ly/1QlzoBi Tweet at us! @pbsspacetime Facebook: facebook.com/pbsspacetime Email us! pbsspacetime [

  • 03:16 How do we find new planets?

    How do we find new planets?

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    It’s possible to see many of the planets in our solar system just by looking up at the night sky—but only those that are largest and closest to our Sun. Astrophysicist Jackie Faherty explains a few of the more advanced astrometric techniques used to detec

  • 03:11 Introduction To Addition | Basic Addition And Subtraction | Early Math | Khan Academy

    Introduction To Addition | Basic Addition And Subtraction | Early Math | Khan Academy

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    Learn what it means to add. The examples used in this video are 1+1 and 2+3. Practice this lesson yourself on KhanAcademy.org right now: https://www.khanacademy.org/math/early-math/cc-early-math-add-sub-basics/cc-early-math-add-sub-intro/e/addition_1?utm_

  • 07:21 Mercury And Relativity - Periodic Table Of Videos

    Mercury And Relativity - Periodic Table Of Videos

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    A new paper discusses how relativity plays a role in Mercury's low melting point. Planet Mercury (Sixty Symbols): http://youtu.be/rZU8Y9DIBtI Copernicium: http://youtu.be/fqCdP9Uw5vo Gallium: http://youtu.be/N6ccRvKKwZQ Gold Vault :http://youtu.be/CTtf5s2

  • 07:49 Palladium - Periodic Table Of Videos

    Palladium - Periodic Table Of Videos

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    For our updated Palladium video, we are mining the Royal Society archives for the story of its discovery - a tale of money, an asteroid and stolen samples? The discovery was made by William Hyde Wollaston. Royal Society (Romantic Chemistry Exhibition unti

  • 07:32 Musket Firing (slow Motion) - Periodic Table Of Videos

    Musket Firing (slow Motion) - Periodic Table Of Videos

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    Firing a (very old) musket and filming with a (very new) high-speed camera. With thanks to Jim Gamble. Also discussed by Professor Martyn Poliakoff. Ebay auction has ended. Music courtesy of Henrik 'Appe' Johansson. More chemistry at http://www.periodicvi

  • 05:04 Holy Smoke And A New Pope - Periodic Table Of Videos

    Holy Smoke And A New Pope - Periodic Table Of Videos

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    We use the Vatican's own recipe to re-create the black and white smoke used during the Papal Conclave. The cardinals elected a former chemist as Pope - Pope Francis! Black Smoke = No Pope White Smoke = Pope This video features Dr Darren Walsh. Thanks also

  • 01:31 Comparing Small Numbers On The Number Line | Counting | Early Math | Khan Academy

    Comparing Small Numbers On The Number Line | Counting | Early Math | Khan Academy

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    Learn to use a number line to compare numbers. Practice this lesson yourself on KhanAcademy.org right now: https://www.khanacademy.org/math/early-math/cc-early-math-counting-topic/cc-early-math-comparing-numbers/e/comparing-numbers-through-10?utm_source=Y

  • 04:39 High Speed Chemistry - Periodic Table Of Videos

    High Speed Chemistry - Periodic Table Of Videos

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    Filming chemistry with a high-speed camera - main videos coming soon, but here's a preview and chance to see someone stroke The Prof's hair! Reactions filmed with a Phantom Miro (awesome!). We used this: http://www.visionresearch.com/Products/High-Speed-C

  • 04:13 The "Mountain Or Valley?" Illusion

    The "Mountain Or Valley?" Illusion

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    Thanks to Skillshare for supporting this video: http://skl.sh/MinutePhysics for 2 free months! This video is about a multistable perceptual illusion, similar to the hollow face illusion, whereby maps or aerial or satellite photos look upside down/inside o

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  • 05:34 Hydrogen Explosions (slow Motion) - Periodic Table Of Videos

    Hydrogen Explosions (slow Motion) - Periodic Table Of Videos

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    High-speed footage of Hydrogen explosions, with and without Oxygen added to the initial mixture. Professor Martyn Poliakoff discusses, - and muses over questions about our previous hydrogen videos. Watch videos about EVERY element: http://bit.ly/VT9nNZ Re

  • 05:30 Are There Antimatter Galaxies?

    Are There Antimatter Galaxies?

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    One of the big mysteries in astronomy is what happened to all the antimatter? Is it possible that it’s actually still out there, in huge antimatter galaxies? Support us at: http://www.patreon.com/universetoday More stories at: http://www.universetoday.com

  • 06:57 What the Most Powerful Magnet in the Universe is Capable of: Magnetars Explained

    What the Most Powerful Magnet in the Universe is Capable of: Magnetars Explained

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    Learn more about astronomy and space for free at; https://brilliant.org/reallifelore/ Please Subscribe: http://bit.ly/2dB7VTO Animations courtesy of Josh Sherrington of Heliosphere: https://www.youtube.com/user/Necrith Music is by Brandon Maahs. Check out

  • 07:24 5 "Impossible" Things That Can Happen On Other Planets

    5 "Impossible" Things That Can Happen On Other Planets

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    A lot of things happen on Earth, but there are still some things that just don't ever happen here. But, that doesn't mean that what's impossible here is impossible everywhere else in the universe. Whether it's clouds that rain rocks or glass, wind that's

  • 12:03 Was The Big Bang Just A Black Hole?

    Was The Big Bang Just A Black Hole?

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    Fraser "Asks a Spaceman" Dr. Paul Matt Sutter - why do we call the Big Bang a singularity, when we also call black holes singularities? Click here for Part II: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fb9ivmAi6rM Support us at: http://www.patreon.com/universetoday

  • 11:14 Top 10 Strangest Planets Ever Discovered in Outer Space

    Top 10 Strangest Planets Ever Discovered in Outer Space

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    From 55 cancri e - the diamond planet - to versions of earth within the habitable zone, you'll be amazed at these incredible weird and strange planets ever discovered in outer space. Subscribe for more! ► https://goo.gl/pgcoq1 ◄ Stay updated ► https://goo

  • 05:22 Is the weather actually becoming more extreme? - R. Saravanan

    Is the weather actually becoming more extreme? - R. Saravanan

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    Explore the differences between weather and climate what they are, how we predict them, and what those predictions can tell us. --From 2016 to 2019, the world saw record-breaking heat waves, rampant wildfires, and the longest run of category 5 tropical cy

  • 12:04 Starship SN8 Flight: The Mini Documentary

    Starship SN8 Flight: The Mini Documentary

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    On December 9, SpaceX successfully launched Starship SN8 on its first-ever high-altitude test flight to 12.5 km (41,000 ft). We and the crowds at South Padre Island lost our minds. We also made lots of new friends, especially Gene and Rachel of Spadre.com

  • 08:01 LISA | The Biggest Space Mission Ever

    LISA | The Biggest Space Mission Ever

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    The Lisa mission will be really cool, I look at all the reasons why.Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/domainofscienceDFTBA Store: https://store.dftba.com/collections/domain-of-science RedBubble Store: https://www.redbubble.com/people/DominicWallimanThe Eur

  • 04:26 How Long Could You Survive on Other Planets?

    How Long Could You Survive on Other Planets?

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    Humanity has dreamed of living beyond Earth for millennia, but would you really want to be in a spacesuit for the rest of your life? Watch More Space Crafts! | https://bit.ly/2GqH0aO Read More: Mars Surface May Be Too Toxic for Microbial Life https://www.

  • 11:30 Why We Are Losing the Night Sky

    Why We Are Losing the Night Sky

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    Check out America From Scratch: https://youtu.be/LVuEJ15J19sSUBSCRIBE so you dont miss a video! http://bit.ly/iotbs_sub More info and sources below It never gets dark anymore. Not REALLY dark, anyway. Not like it used to. Light pollution is not only makin


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