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A Long Night In Space: Exploring Jupiter And Mars | space and astronomy

  • All About Jupiter for Children: Astronomy and Space for Kids - FreeSchool


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    Jupiter is the largest planet in the solar system, more than twice as massive as all of the other planets put together! The third-brightest object in the night sky, it's made of gasses, it has more than 60 moons, and it's the stormiest planet in the solar system. Jupiter is amazing!

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  • StoryBots Outer Space | Planets, Sun, Moon, Earth and Stars | Solar System Super Song | Fun Learning


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  • 5 Billion Years Ago Something Odd Happened | Jupiter Origins and Asteroid Belt


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  • The Universe: The Violent Storms of Jupiter | Full Episode | History


    Jupiter poses many questions about our solar system. It is a powerful planet of gas whose flowing colors and spots are beautiful, but contain violent storms and jet streams. See more in Season 1, Episode 4, Jupiter: The Giant Planet.


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  • Astronauts Answer 50 of the Most Googled Space Questions | WIRED


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  • Exoplanets: Crash Course Astronomy #27


    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 parent star, producing a measurable dip in the star’s light. Another is to measuring the Doppler shift in a star’s light due to reflexive motion as the planet orbits. Exoplanets appear to orbit nearly every kind of star, and we’ve even found planets that are the same size as Earth. We think there may be many billions of Earth-like planets in our galaxy.

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    Table of Contents
    Other Planets Orbit Other Stars 2:10
    Nearly 2000 Have Been Found 9:29
    Transits 5:44
    Doppler Shift 3:30
    Exoplanets Orbit Nearly Every Kind of Star 8:44
    Billions of Earth-Like Planets 9:33


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    Stars as viewed from ISS [credit: Alex Rivest & NASA]
    Jupiter [credit: NASA]
    Mars [credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/MSSS]
    Mercury [credit: NASA/Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory/Carnegie Institution of Washington]
    Earth [credit: NASA]
    Uranus [credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech]
    Lost in the Glare [credit: NASA Kepler Mission/Dana Berry]
    Reflexive Motion gifs [credit: NASA]
    Artist's conception of PSR B1257+12's system of planets [credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/R. Hurt (SSC)]
    Artist’s impression of the exoplanet 51 Pegasi b (image) [credit: ESO/M. Kornmesser/Nick Risinger (]
    Artist’s impression of the exoplanet 51 Pegasi b (video) [credit: ESO/M. Kornmesser/Nick Risinger (]
    Kepler Transit Graph [credit NASA Kepler Mission/Dana Berry]
    Kepler “Beauty Shot” [credit: NASA/Kepler mission/Dana Berry]
    The Brown Dwarf 2M1207 and its Planetary Companion [credit: ESO]
    Beta Pictoris b [credit: ESO]
    A size comparison of the planets in the Kepler-37 system and objects in the Solar System [credit: NASA/Ames/JPL-Caltech]
    Water World [credit: NASA Kepler Mission/Dana Berry]
    Earth-like World [credit: NASA Kepler Mission/Dana Berry]

  • Introduction to Astronomy: Crash Course Astronomy #1


    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?


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  • Earth 101 | National Geographic


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  • Take a Virtual Reality tour of six REAL exoplanets | We The Curious


    What would it be like to stand on the surface of another planet? We teamed up with astrophysicists to create a scientifically accurate, VR tour of 6 exoplanets.

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  • Extraterrestrials - Why Theyre Almost Certainly Out There... | Chris Crowe | TEDxJohnLyonSchool


    “Our galaxy is home to billions of habitable planets. Chris Crowe guides us through the heavens on a journey to explore how many Earth-like planets our Universe contains. By examining the latest exoplanet discoveries he conveys his confidence that they’re definitely out there somewhere…

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  • Moon 101 | National Geographic


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  • Jupiter’s Great Red Spot Continues to Shrink | SpaceTime with Stuart Gary S23E28 | Astronomy


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    *Jupiter’s great red spot continues to shrink
    A new study has confirmed that Jupiter’s iconic great red spot is continuing to shrink.

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  • Planetarium Online: Find Jupiter and Saturn in the Sky


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  • Legacy of NASA’s Kepler Space Telescope: More Planets Than Stars


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  • Jupiter And Moon Night Sky Spectacular August 2019, Perseid Meteor Shower


    Dr. Jim Daly of Astronomy For Change revisits the Perseid Meteor Shower and takes a look at the stunning view looking south for Friday, August 9, 2019. We present new objects to view with binoculars or an amateur telescope, discuss the phase of the moon for August 8 and 9 and take another look at the 2 gas giant planets, Jupiter and Saturn, both placed perfectly in a view to the south.

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  • Jupiter from its moon Europa


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  • Whats Up: March 2020 Skywatching Tips from NASA


    Looking for astronomy highlights for March 2020? This month, early risers enjoy a planetary grouping of Mars, Jupiter and Saturn in the early morning sky. Plus a closer look at Sirius, the brightest star in the sky, and spot a lovely trio at sunset on March 28.

    Additional information about topics covered in this episode of What's Up, along with still images from the video, and the video transcript, are available at .

    Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech

  • Juno Captures Jupiter: Perijove 21 | All Space Considered at Griffith Observatory


    On July 20th, the spacecraft Juno made its 21st close approach to Jupiter. It flew right over Jupiter’s Great Red Spot and took some incredible images from 26,000 miles.

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  • Jupiter through Orion Starblast 4.5 Eq


    This is video taken by Rob Reep of Jupiter on the night of December 26, 2013. For the equipment used, please see the video.

  • Nasa Chandra: Jupiters Mysterious Auroras


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  • Space travel from Earth to Jupiter at 30 times light speed, HD


    Virtual space travel from Earth to Jupiter, travelling at 30 times light speed. No visible motion at this speed. Turning towards the sun after passing Jupiter.
    Increasing the speed to 1 light year per second. At that speed motion of stars visible. Recorded using Starry Night Pro Plus 6 from Imaginova.

  • Jupiter Saturn and the Moon will Put on a Show this Week - The Bright Star Fomalhaut is Nearby


    On September 24 Jupiter and Moon will be visible in the southern skies one hour after sunset. The Moon will be situated on the lower right corner of Jupiter. The next evening the Moon will be near the ringed planet, Saturn.

    Looking toward the south in this month, there's really only one relatively bright star. That star is called Fomalhaut. The star is about 25 light years away, meaning it's relatively close by. It's also fairly young, at just a few
    hundred million years and it's still surrounded by a disk of debris, which is a common feature for stars during their planet-forming phase.

    You can find Fomalhaut low in the south a couple of hours after sunset,
    to the left of the bright pair of Saturn and Jupiter. Since it's bright and low in the sky, it sometimes appears to flicker from atmospheric turbulence. That can cause some skywatchers to wonder just what the heck it is.

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  • Solar System Surprises : Hubble’s Universe


    Celebrating 30 years in orbit, the Hubble Space Telescope has revealed astonishing secrets about our universe. Yet, while its most famous pictures may reveal galaxies and nebulas across the cosmos, it’s also unlocked secrets here in our own solar system.

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  • Outward Bound: Colonizing Jupiter


    Jupiter and its moon are a rarely considered prospect for colonization, but potentially the ripest opportunity for it in the solar system. In this episode of the Outward Bound series we will examine the options for colonizing each of Jupiter's primary moons and even discuss ways to colonize the giant planet itself.

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  • Astronomical Events December 2020 | Geminid meteor shower | Great conjunction of Jupiter and Saturn


    Here i have described the astronomical events of December 2020 .

    December 14 - Geminid meteor shower

    December 14 - Solar eclipse in South America

    December 21 - Great Conjunction of Jupiter and Saturn

    December 21 - Winter solstice

    December 22 - Ursids meteor shower

    December 24 - Moon at Apogee

    December 29 - Last Full Moon ( Cold Moom )of the year 2020

    December 31 - our Earth will complete one more revolution around Sun.

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  • Astronomy For Everyone - Episode 88 - Juno Mission to Jupiter


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  • Nikon P900 in one Night: Venus, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, ISS, Moon and then..Sunrise!


    This is the most celestial bodies I got in one night, or morning I should say! I went out looking for the comet but couldn't find it, but I was able to capture all these: Venus, Mars, Jupiter with moons, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Vega, Tau, and the International Space Station. I also got the sunrise, all through my Nikon CoolPix P900. Not the best, but not the worst. I also included shots I got the night before on land where the imagery was more clear. I'm now convinced I need to do night astronomy on a cool, dry night away from any large bodies of water. The only trouble is that I don't live near any dark skies.

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  • Tutorial - Astronomy for Beginners - 12 - Jupiter


    This is a short tutorial about Jupiter, it's remarkable features and it's most prominent Moons

  • ZOOM ON JUPITER - Insane close-up view of jupiter by #hubble telescope #nasa


    Insane close-up view of Jupiter as the Nasa spacecraft Juno orbits the gas giant just 3,500 km above the clouds! ???? ????

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  • The Galileo Mission to Jupiter - Part 1 - Getting to Jupiter


    Part 1 of the Galileo Mission to the Jupiter System. This 1st half recounts the difficulties of getting the Galileo space probe off the ground and to Jupiter and the discoveries and problems the spacecraft needed to overcome.



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