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  • Enigmas of the Solar System | Documentary Boxset | Knowing the Planets

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    The Solar System is the gravitationally bound system of the Sun and the objects that orbit it, either directly or indirectly. Of the objects that orbit the Sun directly, the largest are the eight planets, with the remainder being smaller objects, the dwarf planets and small Solar System bodies. Of the objects that orbit the Sun indirectly—the moons—two are larger than the smallest planet, Mercury.
    The Solar System formed 4.6 billion years ago from the gravitational collapse of a giant interstellar molecular.......
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  • Weird Discoveries 2021 Solar System Enigmas of Gas GIANTS and Rocky Planets, Upturning New Findings

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    #documentary #boxset #solarsystem We thought we knew how planets form, but the discovery of hundreds outside our Solar System changed all that, even what type of world can house life like ours.

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  • An In-Depth Exploration Of Our Solar System | The Secrets Of The Universe | Spark

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    A documentary presented in a lighthearted manner, The Secrets Of The Universe marvels at the sights and the astral bodies that surround us in the Solar System.

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  • The Universe: 7 Unexplained Wonders of the Solar System | Full Episode | History

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    We are in the midst of the greatest era of space discovery. 21st century spacecraft and sophisticated imaging technology are venturing into un-chartered territory every day. Find out more in Season 5, Episode 1, 7 Wonders of the Solar System.

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  • Exploring the Planets of Our Solar System for Kids | Learn Interesting Facts About the Planets

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    In this video we learn all about the planets of our solar system. Our solar system so so large and vast and these enormous planets all orbiting around the sun are so amazing to look and and learn about. We will learn interesting things about each planet, including their size, orbit times, and other facts that are fun to know. After this video you will be able to recite the planets in order and share something unique about each planet.

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    7:50 Closer Look at Each of Our 8 Planets
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    15:48 Why is Pluto not a Planet Anymore?
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  • Missing Planets That Disappeared From Our Solar System

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  • What If Just One Planet Disappeared from the Solar System

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    Have you ever thought about what will happen to your solar system’s “perfect harmony” if it loses a planet? For example, the closest planet to the Sun is Mercury, right? Oh, it’s so small! So with Mercury gone, how’s Earth looking? Hmm, no changes in the solar system. It’s all about gravity.

    Every object that has some mass attracts other objects because of its gravitational force. The larger the mass, the greater the force it has. Mercury is the smallest planet in the solar system, so it’s not too massive in space terms. But what about other planets?

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    TIMESTAMPS:
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    Venus 1:15
    Mars 2:04
    Jupiter 2:58
    Saturn 4:16
    Uranus 5:02
    Neptune 5:46
    The Moon 6:43

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    SUMMARY:
    - Mercury is the smallest planet in the solar system, so it’s not too massive in space terms.
    - At 50 million miles away, Mercury is no doubt far from Earth, so the gravitational force between the two of them isn’t that strong.
    - Venus is the hottest planet in yourc solar system. One day here is almost 117 Earth days.
    - There’s a massive asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter. Asteroids, as you know, aren’t Earth’s best friends.
    - Jupiter usually holds them together with its strong gravity, but from time to time, they break free and start moving toward the Sun.
    - Mars also has gravity to boast and acts somewhat like a slingshot that speeds up asteroids in the direction of Earth.
    - Jupiter weighs 3 times more than all its neighboring planets combined!
    - With its massive gravitational force, Jupiter has protected Earth from asteroids and other space debris over the past 4½ billion years!
    - The sun’s gravitational pull is sending all that stuff toward the inner planets, and that includes Earth! There will also be some small changes in the orbits of other planets, but that would be some thousands of years later.
    - It’s time for Saturn. You can’t mistake it for any other planet thanks to those gorgeous rings! Scientists say they’ll disappear one day as Saturn’s immense gravity pulls them down in an icy rain.
    - Uranus is massive as well, the 3rd largest planet in the solar system.
    - Without Neptune’s gravitational pull keeping things stable, orbits are crossing, and celestial bodies are crashing into each other!
    - What about the Moon, though? Oh, my! What just happened to the Earth’s axis? It’s so tilted, even more than it was before! The weather down there has gone wild too – there are no more seasons at all, and new ice ages are on their way!
    - The day now lasts only 6 to 12 hours because there’s no more pull of the moon to slow down the Earth’s rotation. There are no more lunar or solar eclipses to watch.
    - It looks like out of all the planets in your sun’s complex system, only Jupiter’s disappearance would be a major problem for Earth. So I guess it’s true what they say: the solar system really is a delicate and harmonious balance!

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  • Space Knowledge: Other Planets & Spacesuit | Zenith | Free Documentary

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    00:00 Spacesuit
    Before spaceflight aviators began wearing pressure suits to allow them to function at higher ceilings. These aviation suits were adapted for the early Cosmonauts and Astronauts but as requirements became more demanding spacesuit design became more elaborate.
    This episode looks at the evolution of the modern spacesuit, capable of supporting life in extreme conditions.

    25:44 The Other Planets
    For most of human history our neighbouring planets were little more that dots of light in the sky with comets and asteroids being a complete mystery. Today the smaller rocky planets and asteroids are seen as the key to understanding in the formation of our planetary system.
    This episode reveals what we know about the solar system’s difficult to reach planets and the probes that have visited them.
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  • The Highest Resolution Images of Saturn Ever | Our Solar Systems Planets

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    Almost everything you could want to know about the sixth planet to the Sun, Saturn. Real HD photos and videos taken by the Cassini probe. We discuss the orbit, atmosphere, rings, and general physical characteristics of Saturn, and a lot more.

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  • SILENT COMPANIONS - Moons In Our Planetary System | SPACETIME - SCIENCE SHOW

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    Since the beginning of time, the moon has been our loyal companion in the sky. But other planets also have satellites, more so than Earth. The silent companions of the planets are fascinating worlds of their own and there could even be candidates for extraterrestrial life among them.
    But what are moons really, how did they come about and do they actually even carry primitive life? In this new SPACETIME episode, astronaut and scientist Ulrich Walter is dedicated to the silent companions in our planetary system.

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  • The Most Distant Planets In Our Solar System | Cosmic Vistas | Spark

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    On this episode of Cosmic Vistas - For centuries, it was thought that Saturn was the most distant planet in our Solar System. With the evolution of the telescope, we discovered the rest of our planets, both elusive and mysterious.
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    Thanks to the invention of spaceflight, the drive to explore is leading us upward and outward - off of our own planet and out into the solar system where a host of alien worlds offers us vast new terrain to uncover. This visually breath-taking series offers a new perspective on our solar system. Through beautiful HD imagery, audiences will not only be taken to places they have never been, but they will get an immersive experience of places they could never go.

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  • Planet 9 from Outer Space: Searching for a Distant Planet in our Solar System

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    Dr. Michael Brown (Caltech)
    Nov. 11, 2020
    Dr. Brown discusses the history of planetary discovery (and demotion), why we think a new, larger Planet 9 is on the verge of being found, and the techniques that we are using to try to find this very faint body lurking in the far reaches of our planetary system.

  • All the Planets from Inside in 3D

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    What's inside the Earth? The crust is a relatively thin layer that takes up only 1% of the Earth's volume. At the Earth's center, there's a core that consists of two parts: the outer and the inner core. The temperature at the boundary of our planet's inner and outer core is 10,800˚F - that's as hot as the surface of the Sun! But have you ever wondered what other planets are made of?

    Well, all 8 planets of our Solar System are unique and made of very different stuff! And what is inside a planet can impact what’s on the outside! So how about going on a space journey from the Sun to Neptune, the farthest planet of the Solar System? Let's check what's inside each celestial body on our way and learn some new facts about space!

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    TIMESTAMPS:
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    Mercury 1:30
    Venus 2:28
    Earth 3:27
    Mars 4:55
    Jupiter 6:02
    Saturn 7:31
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  • Is the Solar System Special?

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  • Space Knowledge: Jupiter & ISS | Zenith | Free Documentary

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    Currently the only destination for Astronauts and Cosmonauts is the orbiting research platform known as the International Space Station.
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    The solar system’s largest planet has been visited by automated probes since the 1970s.
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  • The Highest Resolution Images of Mercury Ever | Our Solar Systems Planets

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    Almost everything you could want to know about the closest planet to the Sun, Mercury. Real HD photos and videos taken by the MESSENGER probe. We discuss the orbit, climate, geographical features, and general physical characteristics or Mercury, and a lot more.

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  • Mercury 101 | National Geographic

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    The planet Mercury is named after the messenger of the Roman gods because of its fleeting nature across the sky. Find out the reason behind its incredible speed, if it is indeed the hottest planet in the Solar System, and why the smallest planet in the solar system is slowly shrinking.
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  • NASA 360 Presents: Stories of the Solar System

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  • Space Knowledge: Mars & Saturn | Zenith | Free Documentary

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    00:00 Mars
    Early in the life of the solar system Mars appears to have had Earth-like conditions. Planetary researchers have been targeting Mars to gain insight into how our own planet developed.
    This episode looks at the work of the probes orbiting Mars and the rovers exploring its surface.

    25:56 Saturn
    The ringed planet is of immense interest to researchers who believe that Saturn’s ring system will share similarities with the proto-planetary disc from which the solar system evolved.
    This episode reveals the work done by the Cassini probe that spent more than 13 years examining the Saturnian system.
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  • Revealing The Secrets Of Planet Mercury | Cosmic Vistas | Spark

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    Move over, Mars. Thanks to NASA missions like Mariner and Messenger, scientists are finally learning the secrets Mercury has to reveal. Take an in-depth look at a planet, one of the closest to Earth, that has eluded astronomers for centuries.
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    Season Four of Cosmic Vistas zooms in to focus on some familiar solar bodies within our reach. How well do we really know our celestial neighbours such as Saturn and Mars? What do we have yet to learn? With the help of satellite technology and the incredible shuttles that put them into orbit, many questions about our solar system's past and future are finally being answered by science.

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  • Aliens under the Ice – Life on Rogue Planets

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    Out in the vast coldness of outer space, there are planets that travel alone through darkness without the boundaries of a system. Here’s how this can happen – and why these frozen deserts might secretly harbor alien life.

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    Chronicling the story of NASA’s Cassini mission, this is the latest in our series of documentaries, “JPL and the Space Age.” These films use rare archival footage and interviews with pioneering engineers and scientists from the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in retelling of many of humanity’s first steps into the cosmos.

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  • The Universe: SHOCKING TRUTH Behind Saturns Rings | Full Episode | History

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    Are the rings of Saturn a real celestial phenomenon or merely a cosmic Illusion? Technology allows the experts to get closer to the furthest planet visible to the naked eye. See more in Season 1, Episode 8, Saturn: Lord of the Rings.

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  • How Is NASA Contacting Aliens? | Alien Life Documentary | Spark

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  • Enigmas of the Solar System | Documentary Boxset | - Knowing the Planets

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    The Solar System is the gravitationally bound system of the Sun and the objects that orbit it, either directly or indirectly. Of the objects that orbit the Sun directly, the largest are the eight planets, with the remainder being smaller objects, the dwarf planets and small Solar System bodies. Of the objects that orbit the Sun indirectly—the moons—two are larger than the smallest planet, Mercury.
    The Solar System formed 4.6 billion years ago from the gravitational collapse of a giant interstellar molecular.......

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  • The Enigma Of The Missing Planet

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    The enigma of the missing planet: a mysterious numerical sequence aka Titius bode law.
    Our solar system has always been an intriguing topic for humanity, probably because we consider it as our home, our little place in the scaring immensity of the entire universe.
    This is probably why during the Eighteenth century the existence of a strange series of numbers which seemed to predict the positions of our “neighbours planets” totally shocked the scientific community giving birth to hundreds of different research works. And it doesn’t end here: these numbers also known as the Titius Bode Law suggested the presence of a missing planet near us, a bit far away from Mars.
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    In order to answer all these questions we need to take a little step back moving directly in the 18th century. At that time, scientists had only discovered five planets (different from our earth) in the solar system: Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn.
    At the same time, mathematicians were totally driven crazy by a strange sequence of numbers: 0,4-0,7-1-1,6-2,8-5,2-10-19,6.
    Apparently, it seems that there isn’t a logic correlation between these numbers. However, we can make some little changes to discover something very very interesting. Try to multiply the previous sequence for 10. We have: 4, 7, 10, 16, 28, 52, 100, 196. Now, let’s subtract 4. We obtain 0, 3, 6, 12, 24, 48, 96,192.
    Something can be surely said about this new sequence. Have you noticed it? Except for the first two numbers, which seem to be randomly chosen, all the other numbers are just twice the previous one.
    This tricky sequence was studied by Johan Bode in 1772. Therefore, he wasn’t the first one to deal with it. As a matter of fact, the same sequence was introduced by Johan Titius in 1776. Consequently, these numbers are always mentioned as “the Titius-Bode Law”. Even if it takes the name after these two scientists, the sequence was firstly discovered at the beginning of the century by the Scottish mathematician David Grigory and re-elaborated around the 20’s by the Polish philosopher Christian Wolff.
    Wait a moment, we have understood how the Titius-Bode law originated, but what does it state? What is it about? How is it linked to the possibility of a missing planet?
    Let’s try to understand it step by step. Firstly, we must examine the original reasoning of the scientists. Here are three different pieces that introduce the connection of the sequence with planetary research.
    The first is taken by David Gregory’s “The elements of astronomy” of 1915:
    ... supposing the distance of the Earth from the Sun to be divided into ten equal Parts, of these the distance of Mercury will be about four, of Venus seven, of Mars fifteen, of Jupiter fifty two, and that of Saturn ninety five.
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    “take notice of the distances of the planets from one another and recognize that almost all are separated from one another in a proportion which matches their bod*ly magnitudes. Divide the distance from the Sun to Saturn into 100 parts; then Mercury is separated by four such parts from the Sun, Venus by 4+3=7 such parts, the Earth by 4+6=10, Mars by 4+12=16. But notice that from Mars to Jupiter there comes a deviation from this so exact progression. From Mars there follows a space of 4+24=28 such parts, but so far no planet was sighted there. But should the Lord Architect have left that space empty? Not at all. Let us therefore assume that this space without doubt belongs to the still undiscovered satellites of Mars, let us also add that perhaps Jupiter still has around itself some smaller ones which have not been sighted yet by any telescope. Next to this for us still unexplored space there rises Jupiter's sphere of influence at 4+48=52 parts; and that of Saturn at 4+96=100 parts.”

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