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A Star That Could Rip Our Planet Apart Was Just Born

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  • A Star That Could Rip Our Planet Apart Was Just Born

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    It happened long, long ago and far, far away from our planet - all the way across the Universe. A powerful burst of gamma radiation lasted a mere half-second - but it released an enormous amount of energy. It was more than our Sun would produce in 10 billion years. This brief flash lit up the whole sky. Afterward, a much softer and more long-lasting glow replaced it. Watching this fading light, astronomers on Earth noticed a strange infrared signal. It was invisible to the human eye but could be perceived as heat.

    After examining the phenomenon with X-ray, radio, optical, and infrared waves, the astrophysics team made a shocking conclusion. It seemed that people had finally seen a newborn magnetar - for the first time ever! It was likely formed after two neutron stars had merged. It resulted in a kilonova - one of the brightest and largest stellar blasts. Its light finally reached our planet on May 22, 2020. Okay, you're right, let's first figure out what all these novas, magnetars, and neutron stars are.

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    What's a supernova? 1:22
    A white dwarf 2:17
    The most extreme objects in the Universe 3:16
    What a magnetar is 4:16
    Neutron stars are weird and scary 4:59
    ... but magnetars are scarier 6:38
    Kilonova 9:44

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  • This Star Will Explode Soon And Youll See It on Earth

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    All the stars we see, including our Sun, are in a balance of powers. Stars are very heavy objects, so they have strong gravity, which presses them from the outside and makes them shrink. But inside a star, while it burns fuel, there are nuclear reactions that produce incredible amounts of energy. This energy is the light and heat that we feel during the day. But most importantly, these reactions increase the pressure inside the star and create a force that is fighting with gravity.

    A star the size of our Sun can shine for about 10 billion years. Specifically, our lovely Sun is about 4.5 billion years old and has already burned half its fuel. The next stage in a star's life comes when it runs out of juice. Internal pressure drops, but gravity continues to press. In less than half a second, a huge star turns into a small and dense object. This rapid collapse creates incredible shock waves that cause the upper layers of the star to explode. Boom! But what happens next? Well, the heavier the star, the more interesting the events will be.

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    TIMESTAMPS:
    What makes stars explode? 0:01
    What happens next 1:38
    When supernova explode 3:28
    The only photo of a black hole 5:02
    Star explosion in 2022? 6:18
    What will happen when Betelgeuse explodes? 7:42

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  • NASA Captured A Black Hole Destroying Star!

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    For the very first time NASA captured a black hole while it was ripping apart a star. In 2005, Astronomers saw a energy jet coming from 150 Million light-years away. It was moving at one-fourth the speed of light.

    They studied it for more than a decade and concluded that it is coming from a super-massive Black Hole which is 20 million times bigger than our sun. As black Hole was eating the star, this energy burst was being erupted.

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  • A Journey to the End of the Universe

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    What will happen to us in the next few hundred years? Or a thousand? How will the Universe end? Nobody knows for sure, but we can gather all the existing theories together and find it out. Just a century from now humans will be the first living species outside Earth that we know of. In 1,000 years, humanity will accept technology not only in their lives but inside their bodies too. Ever heard about cyborgs? That’s exactly what every other human being will become in the future.

    100,000 years in the future — and many of the constellations we know will become unrecognizable because of the natural movement of stars. At nearly the same time, Earth will celebrate the distant anniversary by a supervolcanic eruption, with hot magma and volcanic ash covering thousands upon thousands of square miles of land...

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    TIMESTAMPS:
    Colonization of Mars 0:31
    Will we become cyborgs? 0:49
    Supervolcanic eruption 1:31
    Mass destructions on Earth 2:07
    Betelgeuse explosion 2:22
    What will happen to Mars? 2:36
    When will life on our planet cease to exist? 3:21
    The birth of a new galaxy 3:34
    There will be no new stars 4:52
    The Degenerate Era 5:10
    The Black Hole Era 6:33
    The era when time won’t matter 7:19
    Birth of a new Universe 7:48

    SUMMARY:
    - In 100 years, technology will leap forwards, and we’ll all become part of a web larger than the Internet. We’ll also finally start colonizing nearby planets, most likely Mars.
    - And here goes… 10,000 years from today. Antares, the red supergiant star that is fifteenth brightest in our night sky, will explode in a supernova.
    - 100,000 years in the future — and many of the constellations we know will become unrecognizable because of the natural movement of stars.
    - In 500,000 years, our planet will be struck with a huge boulder from the sky: an asteroid of about a half mile in diameter. If humans don’t find a way to avoid the impact, it will cause mass destructions on Earth.
    - In 1 million years, two out of four moons of Uranus will collide with each other, causing chaos on the planet.
    - Just 400,000 years later, Phobos, one of Mars’s two satellites, will break apart because of increasing gravity, and the red planet will have its own set of rings, just like Saturn.
    - 110 million years from now is when the Sun will become 1% brighter. It will change the climate on every planet in the Solar system, ever so slightly making it hotter and hotter still.
    - 4 billion years from now the Milky Way galaxy will collide with the Andromeda galaxy.
    - In 7.9 billion years, the Sun will become super-inflated and turn into a red giant, swallowing the closest planets — including the scalding hot piece of rock that was once Earth.
    - In 100 billion years, the Universe will stretch so far and so fast that galaxies will become invisible from each other’s perspective.
    - In 1 trillion years, new stars will stop appearing in space.
    - In 100 trillion years, the Degenerate Era will begin. With no fuel to feed the new stars, they will simply stop forming at all, even if some tried at first.
    - In 120 trillion years, only white and brown dwarf stars will remain where normal stars have once been.
    - In 1 quadrillion years, all planets will be thrown out of their orbits and sent drifting in the cold, dark outer space.
    - 1 quintillion years, and things that once were stars will also become ejected from their galaxies, wandering the empty Universe for the rest of their time.
    - Now, for quintillions of quintillions of years, there will be nothing; this period is called the Dark Era, and time won’t matter at this point.
    - The false vacuum has just inflated and heated up to extreme temperatures, exploding in the empty space and filling it with new energy.
    - Giving life to the new universe — and possibly not even a single one. You know this event as the Big Bang. That’s how our Universe was born, and how it will probably be reborn after billions upon billions of years.

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  • 15 Most Terrifying Planets Ever Found

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    The Earth is not perfectly spherical, Mercury is the hottest planet, and Jupiter is the largest planet in the Solar System. These simple facts are known even to those with no real knowledge about astronomy. But there are billions of planets in the Universe and some of them are really amazing! For example, there's a planet where night never ends. And it’s not your regular night with stars shining in the beautiful skies — here, it’s pitch dark and scorching hot!

    Have you ever heard about a planet that is so close to its sun that half the planet’s surface is a literal ocean of molten lava? The other half is in eternal darkness because it never sees the sun — the planet is always turned to its star with one side! And between the scorching and the dark, there’s the twilight zone — a thin strip of gloomy nothingness. Yeah, that's spooky. ...So, if you're looking for some astronomy facts and a couple of mind-blowing facts about space, this video is right what you need!

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    55 Cancri E 0:44
    HD 189733 b 1:08
    PSR B1257+12 1:56
    Kepler-70 2:29
    WASP-12b 3:09
    Gliese 436-b 3:44
    Venus 4:09
    OGLE-2005-BLG-390Lb 4:50
    Dimidium 5:28
    Osiris 6:09
    COROT exo-3b 6:47
    COROT-7b 7:16
    OTS 44 7:47
    Carbon planets 8:25

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  • Black Hole Ate a Star Like Spaghetti, Watch What Astronomers Saw

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    Hey guys! Do you love cool facts about space? Wanna see one of the most significant astronomical events of all time? Then we go to South America! In the Atacama Desert, Chile, we find the most advanced technology for space observation. Here, the Royal Astronomical Community members watched for six months as a black hole simply absorbed a massive star. By the way, these are the same scientists who proved that in the center of our Milky Way galaxy is a supermassive black hole. And even took a photo of it!

    Imagine a star the size of our sun-- about 860,000 miles wide. Such stars have enough weight to create a strong gravitational field, holding many planets in their orbit. And now, let’s place a giant black hole next to it. The hole is absolutely black, shaped like a disc, and weighs a billion times more than this star. The force of its gravitational field is incredible. Nothing can leave its gravity force. Objects that can move at the speed of light will still fall into this black abyss. Even light itself cannot escape its boundaries. So what happens to a star as soon as it enters the gravitational field of a black hole?

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  • Scientists Found a New Planet, but It Suddenly Vanished

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    The Hubble Telescope orbits our planet, looking out at the big unknown universe. Since it’s out of our atmosphere, the Hubble can see way further than telescopes on land. No clouds up there. This guy helped us confirm the theory about supermassive black holes in the centers of galaxies. It also discovered a whole bunch of new galaxies, including the world's oldest one, which is about 8 billion years older than our Milky Way!

    But let’s travel 25 light-years away to another special star. Fomalhaut. It's almost twice as big and heavy as the Sun. If you look at it from far away, you can see a bright yellow disk around it. It’s a debris disk, full of bits of space rock, and it’s huge. Scientists were curious about it, was all this space dust gonna get smooshed together and become a planet one day? But then they saw something else! Right there, through all that debris, was a massive mysterious object...

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  • 24 Planets Even Better for Life Than Earth

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    How many habitable planets are there? Water is the basis of life in any part of the universe. So potentially inhabited planets must have liquid water on them to support life. An incredible number of circumstances must come together for this. The planet must be in the habitable zone of the star. A little closer to the star, and the water will evaporate, leaving no chance for oceans and seas to form. This is what happened on Venus. Too far from the star, and the planet becomes too cold. Water can only exist in the form of ice on the surface and there just might be liquid water deep below. Neptune is one example of this.

    In our galaxy alone, there are countless stars. Really you can’t count on them. Near each of them may be a planet. They are called exoplanets. And some of them may be in the habitable zone and have everything for life to form on them. From a list of 4,500 known exoplanets, scientists have identified 24 that can be superhabitable. This is the type of planet that is suitable for the existence and evolution of life even more than the Earth!

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    TIMESTAMPS:
    What makes a planet habitable 0:01
    Teegarden b 3:37
    Kepler-1638 b 4:11
    LHS 1140 b 4:41
    TRAPPIST-1 5:22
    Kepler-452b 5:51
    ???? Proxima Centauri b (the closest exoplanet to us!) ???? 6:24
    ❓ Can we colonize them? ❓ 6:54

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  • A Strange Object Is Circling Earth Like a Second Moon

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    The closer the Moon is to the horizon, the larger it looks. This phenomenon is called the Moon illusion. And most experts believe that the illusion is created by your own mind! The Moon's gravity is about 17% of that on Earth. If you weighed 200 pounds on our home planet, on the Moon, your weight would decrease to a mere 34 pounds. In prehistoric times, the Moon was way closer to our planet than it is now.

    Today, we're going to share the most interesting facts about the Moon with you. It might change your mind about the Moon's simplicity. Did you know, for example, that the Moon (along with our planet) went through a Late Heavy Bombardment about 4 billion years ago? This event is also known as the lunar cataclysm. This interval lasted several hundred million years. During it, an unusually large number of asteroids collided with Earth, Mercury, Mars, and Venus... So, it’s time to delve into the most interesting lunar facts.

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    TIMESTAMPS:
    Why the Moon seems bright 0:09
    The Moon illusion 0:47
    Our temporary mini-moon 1:45
    A transient lunar phenomenon 2:34
    How the Moon was formed 3:34
    The Moon's gravity 4:16
    The enigmatic something 5:03
    Rust on the Moon 5:59
    The Earth and the Moon are drifting apart 7:18
    Late Heavy Bombardment 7:59
    Labyrinth of lava tubes 8:40
    Moonquakes 9:38

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  • Saturns Closest Approach to Earth and 10 Epic Space Events Coming

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    Set your calendars, folks! This year will be FULL of the most amazing space events you can see right here on Earth! Meteor showers will light up the sky. ???? You'll see Mercury, Jupiter, and Saturn right up there above your head! ???? And watch out! Saturn will make it's closest approach to Earth in 2021! ????

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  • Watch What Happened 10 Minutes After the Dinosaurs Disappeared

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    And, here you are. On Earth. 66 million years ago. It’s one of the warmest periods in the planet’s history. There are no icecaps yet – everything is lush and green. Dinosaurs roam the Earth. Massive sauropods peacefully chew on flowering plants and trees, their young ones following closely by their side. But what is that bright spot in the sky? It grows bigger, brighter. This is the asteroid! Little do the great reptiles know: today marks the beginning of one of the largest mass extinction events in Earth’s history – ¾ of life on our planet will be wiped out...

    So what happened after the asteroid hit the Earth 66 years ago? The cosmic monster falling toward the Earth was the size of Mount Everest. At least 6 miles wide and weighing 460 trillion tons, the meteor was coming in hot…and fast. 12 miles per second, heading right for the Yucatan Peninsula in present-day Mexico. At that speed, it could travel from LA to New York in under 4 minutes!

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    5 seconds before impact 0:55
    Impact 1:31
    5 minutes after impact 3:53
    10 hours after impact 4:08
    1 month after impact 4:22
    What’s left in the wake 5:41
    Did they have a fighting chance? 6:50
    Could humanity survive a meteorite impact like that? 7:54

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  • How Youd Look Living on Different Planets

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    Why do we look the way we look? Most of it’s down to our planet Earth, its atmosphere, gravity, that kind of stuff. When you go on a weeklong beach getaway, you get a tan. Basic. But what about living on a whole other planet? What would we look like if we lived on another planet of the Solar System?

    One astronaut spent a whole year living on the International Space Station. Zero gravity means no healthy pressure on your body, so his bones - got weaker. So did his muscles. It also gave him more space between his vertebrae, so he got a bit taller. And that’s only a year. The more time you spend at the beach, the darker your tan gets… so… What if we moved to Mars or Mercury?

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    Mars 0:43
    Mercury 2:13
    Venus 3:00
    Jupiter 4:23
    Saturn 5:38
    Uranus 6:47
    Neptune 7:33
    Pluto 8:10

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  • Scientists Dug the Deepest Hole But Something Broke Their Drill

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    The Guinness World Records award for the deepest human invasion into the Earth's crust goes to the Kola Superdeep Borehole. Its depth is 7.4 mi. You can find it in the icy part of Russia where the winter temperature of -40°F is a common thing. Local scientists started to dig it in the 1970s. The grand plan was to reach the depth of 9.3 mi. It was a purely scientific project to study the Earth's crust and maybe get to the hot mantle.

    Up to the depth of 4.3 mi, the drill easily coped with granite rock. Then, denser layers came and broke the drill. The scientists had to change the drilling pattern. In the end, it resembled a tree with many branches. The deeper it went, the hotter it became. The temperature went up to 350°F. The equipment was constantly out of order and work was stopped completely in 1992. The place is now abandoned, overgrown with moss and rust. But it has its fair share of myths surrounding it too...

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    The Kola Superdeep Borehole 0:06
    A hole in the bottom of the ocean 3:46
    The enchanting brilliance of diamonds 5:13
    The longest oil wells 6:25
    The largest diamond in North America 7:06
    The deepest water well in the world 8:14
    The deepest underground station 8:35
    The deepest point in the ocean 8:54
    How to dig water? 9:32

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  • 8 Space Discoveries of 2020 Could Mean Life Beyond Earth

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    Thanks to space explorers and astrophysicists our world is coming closer and closer to the sci-fi future that we see in the movies. They never stop amazing us when they report about life on other planets or mysterious radio signals from outer space. This year has been a true breakthrough for all of us. So we've made a list of the most important space discoveries of 2020 that will impress you.

    And we’ll start with one of the most recent and shocking discoveries of 2020. Perhaps our Solar System has life beyond Earth. This is Venus. The second planet from the Sun and the sister of our home planet. For many years, there have been discussions on this subject. But in the fall of 2020, there was an epic argument, in which scientists tried to find out whether life on Venus exists right now. In September, the discovery of a new life marker on Venus was announced.

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    Life on Venus 0:01
    Superhabitable planets 1:45
    The most similar planet to Earth 2:53
    The collision of a star with a black hole 3:39
    The youngest planetary systems 5:27
    A planet with two suns 6:29
    Mysterious radio signals 7:24
    The Moon is rusting 8:07
    Water on the surface of the Moon 8:58

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  • Earth Has a New Continent, But Its Hiding

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    We all have heard of the lost civilization of Atlantis sinking into the waters off the coast of Ancient Greece. The story is supposed to be a myth, but have scientists finally found the lost city? Not sure about that, but they did find a lost continent! How careless do you have to be to misplace an entire continent? We’ll have to ask our planet about that one.

    Earth lost what was called Greater Adria between 100 and 120 million years ago. So, how did that happen, and where did it go? The only way to describe the process would be kinda like a snake slipping through rocks or going down into a hole. Most snakes don’t leave trails. And scientists might never have found Adria if it weren’t for the snakeskin. I mean, the mountains… Confused? Let's figure out!

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    TIMESTAMPS:
    What happened to Greater Adria 0:27
    ... and where it's now 2:49
    The world's “Eighth Continent” 3:09
    Where did all the continents come from? 4:54
    Was Adria Atlantis? 6:48

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  • What If the African Continent Broke Apart?

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    You've seen politics and national borders change all the time, but have you ever witnessed a continent literally breaking apart?

    Well, it's possible, and it's happening to Africa right now. In 2005, a 60-km-long stretch of the continent cracked open over a period of just ten days, and it hasn't stopped expanding since. Eventually, the landmass will break right off, giving birth to a brand new ocean.

    How soon will this happen? And what does it mean for the people of Africa?

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  • 30+ Facts Made Me a Bit Scared of Space

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    Can you imagine looking at the night sky and not seeing the Moon up there? Instead, you'd see a huge red circle! What if Mars orbited the Earth? Then we'd sing fly me to Mars or wonder what's hidden in the far side of Mars.

    Mars is about double the size of the Moon, so it would appear twice as big in the sky! It would be a fantastic view, for sure. But what would come with it? Tsunamis, huge monster waves in the ocean, earthquakes? Let's find out how space bodies influence our lives here on Earth.

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  • Survivor Says Something New About the Bermuda Triangle Mystery

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    Why do ships and planes vanish without a trace in the Bermuda Triangle? If you draw up a map, trace a line connecting the island of Bermuda, Puerto Rico, Miami, and back to Bermuda, what do you get? Yes, it’s a triangle – a sinister polygon known for mysteriously swallowing over 2,000 ships and 200 aircraft over centuries! And here's a story about the Bermuda Triangle you probably didn’t hear about.

    So, the airplane involved was a Beechcraft Bonanza single-engine aircraft. Onboard, pilot Bruce Gernon had two passengers: his father and business partner. They took off from Andros Island in the Bahamas and headed northwest for the Florida coast. It was December 4, 1970. This was a typical flight Bruce had made dozens of times before! But this time would be different. They would face really unexplainable and maybe even mysterious things…

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  • 10 Space Discoveries of 2020 Show We Might Not Be Alone

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    Astronomers from MIT registered a repeating signal from 500 million light years away. Such signals are called fast radio bursts, or FRBs, and they’re usually singular events. No one knows what their sources are, but they could be supernovae or bursts of energy from quasars. This repeating one, though, is pretty creepy because it’s regular: for four days, radio equipment captures signals all the time, and then they abruptly stop. But after 12 days, the same pattern begins: 4 days of constant radio bursts and 12 more days of silence.

    Astronomers managed to locate the signal as coming from a galaxy half a billion light years away from us, but what causes it is still unknown. It may be a spinning quasar or a supermassive black hole, but an alien technology is not excluded either. By the way, there just might be about 6 billion Earth-like planets in the Milky Way galaxy alone. The latest data has shown that every fifth Sun-like star can have at least one planet in its habitable zone! Okay, here's the most amazing news from the further reaches of outer space.

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    The Moon is rusting 0:01
    Unexplained radio signal 1:47
    Earth-like planets 2:52
    Life on Venus? 3:52
    A doppelganger to Earth 4:50
    A pattern in Earth’s climate variations 7:01
    Did oil come from outer space? 8:04

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  • If You See One of Those Clouds Over Your City, Get Out Fast!

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    Today, we're talking about the most amazing natural events in the world. Have you ever heard of kinetic-vampirism? Under certain conditions, waves get a sort of super-power. Out of all the waves in one area, there’ll be one that sucks the energy out of all the others. When it’s full, the wave spits it all out. Rogue waves, glowing lakes, a town that has been burning for more than 50 years... We usually don't even think about the incredible things that surround us. Here are some of the most uncommon things to happen on Earth.

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  • An Epic Journey to a Black Hole to Give You Goosebumps

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    A black hole is a mysterious place where the laws of physics people are familiar with stop working. Black holes appear when massive stars collapse under their own weight. The gravitational field of the newly formed object is so powerful that even light, including X-rays, can't escape it. Every black hole has an invisible line-in-the-sand. Cross it - and you won't be able to escape, even if you're a beam of light. Beyond the point of no return, the gravity is just too strong. It's called the event horizon.

    There's a black hole about 1,000 light-years away from the Earth. That's almost 6 thousand, million, million miles. On the scale of the Universe, it's right next door. More than four times the mass of our Sun, this medium-sized monster is surrounded by streams of gas. There are two stars nearby. Scientists think this newly discovered black hole might be the nearest to Earth. It’s also the only system with a black hole visible to the unaided eye. Good news - you're going to visit it right now!

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  • A New Ocean Is Forming Under Your Feet Right Now

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    Normally, our lifetime is too short to see any major changes. We don’t notice mountains rise, the way rivers change their course, or how oceans are created. Entire valleys may be sinking, but it usually takes too long for them to sink entirely. Still, a group of scientists recently noticed there’s a new ocean being formed really fast and we can even witness it appear. Not far away from the Horn of Africa peninsula, the sixth ocean is being born at the moment!

    By the way, there's a theory that claims the Pacific and the Atlantic Oceans might just cease to exist, forming the new ocean basin. Eurasia will be split to form a new ocean, and all the continents will migrate to merge into the supercontinent. Another possible scenario claims the continents might merge into the uniform landmass, or form a circle with a large sea inside, and the Super Pacific Ocean outside. And since all the continents keep drifting northwards even now, it’s quite probable that almost all of them will meet up somewhere at the North Pole. So, here's how the Earth might change in millions of years.

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  • If You See an Open Space in a Forest, Get Away Fast!

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    The beauty of nature all around you, the fresh air, and days and days of meditative rest far away from civilization ahead of you. But you’ve been walking for quite some time to get this far, and now it’s time to set up camp. The woods around are dense, and there’s no suitable place to put up your tent. Then, you notice a nice green patch completely devoid of trees and only sprinkled with some low-growing bushes. You go there, smug about your find, and get to work on the tent.

    The ground is unusually soft and smooth, but that doesn’t bother you too much. By the time you’re done, it’s dark already, so you get inside the tent and crawl into your cozy sleeping bag. You wake up from a creeping feeling that something’s not right. You feel… wet? You rush out of the tent as quickly as you can and see that it’s started to sink into the ground. Turns out you’ve set up camp on a swamp! Swamps aren’t always obvious. But there are some other things that can ruin your forest vacation so today we'll tell you how to camp in the wood!

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  • What Actually Happens When You Drop Something into a Real Black Hole?

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  • See Earth Change Dramatically in 5 Seconds With No Atmosphere

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    What if Earth suddenly lost its atmosphere? About 4.5 billion years ago, the Earth was anything but suitable for life. The average temperature was well over 3,000°F – much hotter than even lava. You couldn’t live there, and breathing was certainly out of the question. Those continuous volcanic eruptions released toxic gases into the sky. Our Earth had almost no atmosphere.

    But then life found a way. The planet cooled and hardened. Water appeared. Oceans formed. The atmosphere became breathable. Complex life appeared and began evolving. And the rest, as they say, is history. Now imagine that atmosphere – the very thing we breathe, our warm blanket, the planet’s protective bubble! – was gone in the blink of an eye! But not for long, just 5 quick seconds! Surely we can handle it, right?

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  • They Found Something on Saturns Moon, and It Could Mean Life

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    Look up, find that little yellow dot…That's Titan. It’s Saturn’s largest moon, and the second largest moon in our whole solar system. And it might be the only place in our solar system where there’s liquid water… besides Earth. Titan is a bit bigger than our moon and a whole lot heavier. The surface is mostly made up of ice, it has small mountains, craters, and a few cryo-volcanoes. But many experts believe there's a whole ocean under the surface of Titan!

    Scientists have actually found real evidence that Titan might already have life on it. The planet shot to the top of the list of places we could one day live on, sorry Mars. NASA has a new project, the Dragonfly mission. They’re gonna send a drone out there, and explore Titan even more. The mission’s still about 6 years away, and the rocket will reach Saturn's moon 9 years after that, so we’re going to have to wait a while before we pack up and move to Titan. So in the meantime, let's find out more about this amazing celestial body!

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  • 60+ Mind-Blowing Space Facts That Might Scare You And Amaze at the Same Time

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    We think we know everything about the place we live in: we might know our neighbors, the owner of the closest supermarket, the guy who always walks his dog in the nearest park. How about the bigger place we live in - our planet Earth, or even bigger - our Galaxy? Do you know what's going on right above our heads, in outer Space?

    Some of the object in Space constantly bump into each other, like meteors and planets, or comets and stars, or even two black holes. Black holes collisions are so powerful that they send gravitational waves all across cosmos. Some of the fine-tuned detectors here on Earth even allow us to hear the sound from those collisions. I wonder, what it sounds like!
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  • Three Ways to Destroy the Universe

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    Everybody dies. The universe too? Well, probably. What are the current theories about the end of everything? And how creepy exactly are these theories? (Spoiler: very creepy). But there might be hope...

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  • NASA | Massive Black Hole Shreds Passing Star

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    This artist’s rendering illustrates new findings about a star shredded by a black hole. When a star wanders too close to a black hole, intense tidal forces rip the star apart. In these events, called “tidal disruptions,” some of the stellar debris is flung outward at high speed while the rest falls toward the black hole. This causes a distinct X-ray flare that can last for a few years. NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory, Swift Gamma-ray Burst Explorer, and ESA/NASA’s XMM-Newton collected different pieces of this astronomical puzzle in a tidal disruption event called ASASSN-14li, which was found in an optical search by the All-Sky Automated Survey for Supernovae (ASAS-SN) in November 2014. The event occurred near a supermassive black hole estimated to weigh a few million times the mass of the sun in the center of PGC 043234, a galaxy that lies about 290 million light-years away. Astronomers hope to find more events like ASASSN-14li to test theoretical models about how black holes affect their environments.

    During the tidal disruption event, filaments containing much of the star's mass fall toward the black hole. Eventually these gaseous filaments merge into a smooth, hot disk glowing brightly in X-rays. As the disk forms, its central region heats up tremendously, which drives a flow of material, called a wind, away from the disk.

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  • 60 Epic Things Happening in Space Right Now

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    What do you think about, as you gaze up into the night sky? Do you think about how the stars are formed or why the Sun is so bright? All the stars we see in the sky are in a fragile balance of powers. Inside each star, there're nuclear reactions going on that produce incredible amounts of energy. This energy gives the light that we observe every day. This energy makes the starry sky so beautiful and mesmerizing. 

    However, this energy is also so powerful that it increases the pressure inside a star each time. What would happen if the pressure got too powerful to handle? Let's explore this and many other questions about celestial bodies!

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  • What If a Tiny Needle Hit Earth at Light Speed

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    Something’s moving towards our planet that could end all life on Earth. It's a regular needle weighing about 5 grams. You’re probably wondering why it’s so dangerous. The biggest rock to ever hit our planet was the Hoba meteorite. It weighed about 60 tons. It fell to Earth around 80,000 years ago and caused a lot of damage. Would something as small as our sewing needle be able to have the same effect?

    The idea itself is hypothetical, so it leaves us with a bunch of questions. Here’s the first one: What happens to a sewing needle in space? Could it actually accelerate to the speed of light? The thing we know for sure is that small things traveling at almost the speed of light would have more energy in them than really big but slow-moving objects. So our speedy needle would hit the ground really hard. But could such a big explosion really destroy our entire planet?

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    In this series there is everything from scores of pigs swimming in the Caribbean to the tiny tick that is turning America vegetarian. There is a giant worm decimating fish tanks, a strange blob appearing when comets are seen, the real-life sea serpent washed up on the Californian coast and a Japanese island swarming with rabbits.

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  • What If Earth Suddenly Grew 100 Times Bigger

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    What would happen if the Earth were 100 times bigger? Well, if you really want to know, I'll share with you the story of the greatest disaster ever. The thing is that I was witness to that unprecedented event. So, it began as slight jolts from under the ground. Nobody really paid attention to them. People thought these were just minor earthquakes. In just a year, the jolts became much stronger and more frequent. In some areas, they turned into full-fledged earthquakes, doing a lot of damage to cities and villages.

    Worse still, previously dormant volcanoes began waking up. All over the world, people started raising alarm. Scientists talked a lot about climate change and the impact of humankind, but it was obvious nobody really had any definitive answers. As months went by, earthquakes and volcano eruptions gradually grew in power and frequency. We stopped building big and sturdy apartment buildings, opting for lightweight 3D-printed houses. Neighbors were helping one another, and whole towns united their efforts to build strong communities and prepare for the worst together. And the worst came sooner than we expected...

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  • Asia Music Summit x GT20. Panel: 11 Countries from Asia, an introduction to lesser known territories

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    First Virtual Asia Music Summit x GT20
    Panel: 11 Countries from Asia, an introduction to lesser known territories, their music industry and opportunities

    Moderator: Jun Lin Yeoh – Artistic Director, Rainforest World Music Festival/ Founder, JL Productions - Malaysia
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    6. Jung Hun Lee – Director, Seoul Music Week – South Korea
    7. Mira Al Qassimi - Performing Arts Programmer at The Cultural Foundation / Abu Dhabi - UAE
    8. Mirna Khalfawi - Founder/ Director, Abrez music - Jordan
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    10. Riju Tuladhar - Founder, Echoes in the Valley Festival - Nepal
    11. Sam Kumar - Founder, 1 Drum - Malaysia
    12. Sonam Dorji - Executive Director, Music of Bhutan Research Centre - Bhutan

  • The Lazarus Heist - Episode 3: Superdollars - BBC World Service podcast

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  • July 27, 2016 Live Astronomy Q&A Session with Prof. Chris Impey

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    Join us for a LIVE question and answer session with Astronomy Professor Chris Impey of The University of Arizona and Steward Observatory. We will answer all of your questions, from Comets to Cosmology!

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    0:18--What type of elasticity, if any, can be found in the universe?
    2:07--How many pounds of ozone destroying material is created from a NASA rocket launch?
    4:04--Do you think that dark matter is a good source of energy for the world?
    6:00--What are the basic technical requirements for detecting the cosmic microwave background radiation (CMBR) at ground level?
    8:40--Has anyone figured out why time does not move backwards? What good reading or research is there about this?
    12:44--What can we do to at least prevent global warming for now?
    15:02--Between string theory and loop quantum gravity, which is a better candidate for a theory of quantum gravity?
    19:32--Recently, in humanity's pursuit to other star systems, a theory called the Alcubierre Warp field has been created proposing to warp space-time through expansions and contractions to move a ship large distances quickly without ever surpassing the speed of light. Do you think this could be a viable option to take humanity to other star systems? If not, what is?
    22:47--What have learned so far from the Juno project, now that we are in orbit?
    25:11--Is the Sun's activity is directly linked to our climate and its changes? What role does the Sun play in our climate and do you think we are heading to a Little Ice Age in the next 10/20 years?
    29:23--Many of the exoplanet discoveries have been gas giants and planets with a close proximity to their stars that suffer from high temperatures, little if any, atmosphere, and tidal stresses. We are, I thought, looking for life. Why get excited about environments that, in all likelihood, cannot sustain life when we have our own gas giants?
    32:24--What is causing a large number of galaxies to move toward a particular part of the universe? What impact if any will this have on the whole of the universe?
    35:56--I was wondering if it would work to somehow launch our literal mountains of garbage into a black hole or the Sun. Would that eliminate our waste issue? And if it was feasible, would it be ethical? What might the consequences be long term?
    39:21--I would like to know if quark stars exist and if there are different types of quark stars? Also, within the event horizon of a black hole, does matter exist as only quarks?
    42:26--If the space shuttle and debris are at the same orbital distance would they be moving at the same rate of speed and therefore the shuttle should never encounter any debris?
    44:23--Please explain how (if at all) quantum physics is relevant in cosmological research efforts.
    47:43--What causes a white dwarf to explode when it exceeds the Chandrasekhar limit?
    50:54--What was the size of the universe when the cosmic microwave background radiation (CMBR) occurred in relation to present state?
    53:57--Are there any experiments being planned right now to detect gravitons?
    57:31--How exactly is dark energy contributing to the expansion of the universe? Did the explosion at the time of the big bang contribute to the expansion?

  • Power of the Pen

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    Listen to five of the Bay Area's most dynamic poetic voices discuss their unfiltered thoughts on poetry as a tool of activism, self-expression, and power. Our guest poets were Azariah Cole-Shephard, Joy Elan, Tyson Amir, Tongo Eisen-Martin, and Ree Botts. Participants were invited to recite their work throughout.


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  • Birth of a Star | Out There | The New York Times

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    In galactic nurseries like the Orion Nebula, clouds of gas and dust mingle, birthing new stars and planetary systems. The ALMA radio telescope made a recent observation of possible planets being born.

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  • NASA | Neutron Stars Rip Each Other Apart to Form Black Hole

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    This supercomputer simulation shows one of the most violent events in the universe: a pair of neutron stars colliding, merging and forming a black hole. A neutron star is the compressed core left behind when a star born with between eight and 30 times the sun's mass explodes as a supernova. Neutron stars pack about 1.5 times the mass of the sun — equivalent to about half a million Earths — into a ball just 12 miles (20 km) across.

    As the simulation begins, we view an unequally matched pair of neutron stars weighing 1.4 and 1.7 solar masses. They are separated by only about 11 miles, slightly less distance than their own diameters. Redder colors show regions of progressively lower density.

    As the stars spiral toward each other, intense tides begin to deform them, possibly cracking their crusts. Neutron stars possess incredible density, but their surfaces are comparatively thin, with densities about a million times greater than gold. Their interiors crush matter to a much greater degree densities rise by 100 million times in their centers. To begin to imagine such mind-boggling densities, consider that a cubic centimeter of neutron star matter outweighs Mount Everest.

    By 7 milliseconds, tidal forces overwhelm and shatter the lesser star. Its superdense contents erupt into the system and curl a spiral arm of incredibly hot material. At 13 milliseconds, the more massive star has accumulated too much mass to support it against gravity and collapses, and a new black hole is born. The black hole's event horizon — its point of no return — is shown by the gray sphere. While most of the matter from both neutron stars will fall into the black hole, some of the less dense, faster moving matter manages to orbit around it, quickly forming a large and rapidly rotating torus. This torus extends for about 124 miles (200 km) and contains the equivalent of 1/5th the mass of our sun. The entire simulation covers only 20 milliseconds.

    Scientists think neutron star mergers like this produce short gamma-ray bursts (GRBs). Short GRBs last less than two seconds yet unleash as much energy as all the stars in our galaxy produce over one year.

    The rapidly fading afterglow of these explosions presents a challenge to astronomers. A key element in understanding GRBs is getting instruments on large ground-based telescopes to capture afterglows as soon as possible after the burst. The rapid notification and accurate positions provided by NASA's Swift mission creates a vibrant synergy with ground-based observatories that has led to dramatically improved understanding of GRBs, especially for short bursts.

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    This week's guest video comes from Prof Catherine Espaillat from Boston University who came by the Cool Worlds Lab to talk about planet formation. Astronomers have been seeing disks of material around young stars, and even gaps in those disks implicating planets sweeping up the matter. Recently, the discovery of a planet inside one these gaps for the star LkCa 15 confirms that these gaps are indeed surely planets and the future of this relatively new research field looks set to blossom, as Catherine explains!

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  • Scientists Just Witnessed the Birth of Two Stars in Stunning Detail

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    Our knowledge of the early lives of stars is limited, but an exciting new observation provides a closer look at how stars are born.
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    An image that features two circumstellar disks in which baby stars are growing illustrates the first time ever that astronomers have witnessed the complex birth of binary stars in such vivd detail.

    Astronomers had already seen a rough outline of the two protostars and their surrounding structures that were captured in the historical image, but these images offer an unprecedented look into the detailed network of gas and dust filaments circling them.

    Scientists are hoping that these new observations will shine a light on stars’ mysterious origins. Stars are defined by all kinds of identities, from white dwarfs to blue giants. And stars also take on different social statuses.

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    There’s some debate as to why this is, but a recent statistical model suggests that all stars initially form as binaries, then drift apart over a million years.

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    The further back in time you go, the harder it is to spot stars directly, using instruments such as NASA's Hubble Space Telescope. For starters, there are fewer and fewer stars to find. And until about 500 million years after the Big Bang, the universe was suffused with neutral hydrogen atoms, which are good at blocking light.
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  • Black Hole Ripping A Star To Shreds || Spaghettification 4K Simulation

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    A black hole tears a star to bits. This awesome spectacle of a black hole ripping a star to shreds can be seen in this striking new visualization from the Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron (DESY), a particle accelerator lab in Hamburg, Germany.

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  • POSTPARTUM: THINGS NO ONE TELLS YOU ABOUT | WHAT HAPPENS AFTER BIRTH

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  • AoTATX#71

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    0:00 - Intro Video
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    9:10 - Talk #1 Jeffrey Silverman - Death from the Skies or How the Universe is Trying to Kill Us
    36:35 - Talk #2 Micalyn Rowe - Archaeoastronomy
    57:35 - Astronomy in the News
    1:21:45 - Talk #3 Jacqueline Antwi-Danso - A Behind-The-Scenes Look at Deep Near-Infrared Photometric Surveys
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    1:51:25 - General Questions

    This show we've got three amazing speakers for you! First up we have our very own co-founder, Dr. Jeffrey Silverman (aka MC SuperDuperNova) who is going to let us know all about the ways the Universe is trying to kill us. Next up we have Micalyn Rowe (Darth Astrophysicist) from Texas A&M University to teach us about archaeoastronomy! Our final speaker is Jacqueline Antwi-Danso (Ghana Gal) who will be giving us a behind-the-scenes look at imaging studies of galaxies in the infrared!

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    #AoTATX71 will be hosted by our Host Stars, Chaos Cloud (Rebecca Larson), and Deep Space Shine (Dr. Micaela Bagley)! In addition, #AoTATX71 will feature Astronomy News by Whatamerger Jr. (Jackie Champagne) and It’s a TRAPPIST (Danny Krolikowski).

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