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  • Real Images from the Solar System!

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    Dear World, back to space!
    This should be a reminder of how far we have come, and how much there is still to explore.
    Our species has its eyes in the solar system, while we still stay at home for now.
    While we perform incredible tasks in exploring, the results sometimes vanish in the huge mess of information we devour daily. No wonder people are wondering what is reality and what is fake. Because it takes time to find out and understand.
    People who do not care will believe what they want anyway.
    Of course there is tons of interesting data, but there is a huge interest in pictures, because they transport a feeling of being there. It really shows that we want to go.

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    0:00 Intro / Explanation
    1:00 The Sun



    2:01 Mercury



    2:57 Venus


    3:51 Earth



    4:41 Mars




    5:42 Jupiter







    6:48 Saturn








    7:58 Uranus



    8:39 Neptune





    9:31 Pluto






    10:30 Eris


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  • Solar System Real Sound

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    Our Solar System Real Sound ????

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    Mercury: 0:33
    Venus: 1:16
    Earth: 1:52
    Mars: 2:26
    Jupiter: 3:00
    Saturn: 3:32
    Uranus: 4:00
    Neptune: 4:38
    Pluto: 5:06

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  • Solar System 101 | National Geographic

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    How many planets are in the solar system? How did it form in the Milky Way galaxy? Learn facts about the solar system’s genesis, plus its planets, moons, and asteroids.
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  • This Is Not What Space Looks Like

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    Amazing images of the far reaches of the universe are everywhere, but are they accurate? What does space really look like?

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  • The First Real Images Of Pluto - What Have We Discovered?

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    The dwarf planet Pluto is one of the most exciting celestial bodies in our galactic neighbourhood. In today's article we would like to present you with some real images of Pluto and provide you with a lot of background information and important facts about the former planet in the same breath.

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  • Sistema solar 101 | National Geographic en Español

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    ¿Cuántos planetas hay en el sistema solar? ¿Cómo se formó en la Vía Láctea? Descubre los datos sobre el génesis del sistema solar, de sus planetas, sus lunas y sus asteroides.

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  • Why All Images of Space Are Photoshopped - Cheddar Explores

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    NASA, and most if not all, other space agencies photoshop their images of space - but that doesn't mean their photos are fake. In this video Cheddar explores why images of space are photoshopped, and how that helps astronomers with their job.

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  • Moon and Saturn through Telescope Urdu/Hindi

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  • All Planet Sounds From Space

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  • Bizarre Solar System Discoveries of the Planets That Will Make Your Hair Stand Up

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    Our solar system is a bizarre place with its alien planets, mysterious moons ... Scientists have discovered ice-spewing volcanoes on Pluto, while Mars ... to the sun, when the atmosphere would have been heated the most. ... and have been lucky enough to get close-up pictures of dozens of celestial objects.

  • Incredible REAL Images of our Solar System from Space

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    Since the 1940s we have captured thousands of spectacular images of the solar system. From massive eruptions on the Sun to the perfect world we call home and all the way to the icy world Pluto. So let's take a look at a few of them!

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  • The First Photos Taken of Every Planet in Our Solar System + Pluto

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    For thousands of years, human beings have noticed certain points of light in the night's sky that seemed to move differently. Ancient Greek astronomers named these points Asters Planetai which means Wandering stars. The term described many celestial objects, including Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn all of which can be seen at certain times of the year with the unaided eye from Earth. With the invention of the telescope back in the 1600s, these planets could be viewed like never before, and eventually, with years of continued observation, we discovered Uranus, Neptune and the dwarf planet Pluto. Then back in 1957 the space age started, with the successful launch of Sputnik 1 and since then probes have been sent all over the solar system on a mission to study these neighbouring celestial objects, sending data millions of miles back to Earth, Including some photographs.

    Edit - unfortunately there is a mistake during the Mercury facts. The day side is a lot hotter! Reaching temperatures of up to 427 degrees Celsius! For some reason, I was thinking of the average surface temperature of Mercury and still got it wrong. Sorry!

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    2 - Mars (not flat)
    3 - Venus (not flat)
    4 - Mercury (not flat)
    5 - Jupiter (not flat)
    6 - Saturn (not flat)
    7 - Uranus (flat????)
    8 - Neptune (not flat)
    9 - Bonus!!! Pluto! (A dwarf planet, but not flat)

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  • 11 Real Images From The Solar System!

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    From the planets themselves, to views of the solar system from afar, join me as we show you REAL AMAZING Images FROM THE SOLAR SYSTEM!

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    11. The Earth From Afar ( earth view from space)
    It's only appropriate that we start off this look at the solar system by checking out an image of the Earth itself. This is after all the planet that we live on, and in many ways are trying to get out from under because right now it's the only place we can live. But there have been a lot of misconceptions about the Earth that have only been debunked because of our adventures in space, and this picture here shows that.
    For example, no, the Earth is not flat, it's a sphere (why people ever thought it was flat is beyond me!) and it's a very lovely sphere at that. What's more, when this picture was taken on the moon (more on that in a minute), it showed that the distance between the Earth and the moon was so great (238,900 miles) that as you sit on the moon and look back at the planet you came from...the Earth looks small.
    Now, as for where the photo itself came from, that would be Apollo 11. You know, the mission we took that got us to the moon? Yeah, this picture was taken during the time that Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin walked upon the surface of the moon, an honor that only a handful of people have had the honor of doing.
    10. Pale Blue Dot
    This image right here is a legendary one that was taken at the request of Carl Sagan, a legendary scientist and astronomer. He asked that on February 14th, 1990, that the Voyager 1 (a spacecraft that was launched from Earth to try and reach the outer edges of our solar system) take a picture of Earth from its viewpoint. The picture perfectly showed why the universe is so big, and why the Earth itself is so small.
    9. The Rings Of Saturn
    If you were to right now think about what you believe is the most beautiful thing in our solar system, you might think of Earth from the outside view, but no doubt your mind would eventually wander to that of the Rings of Saturn.
    8. The Earliest Pictures Of Jupiter
    I want you to think about the pictures you've already seen on this list. There's been one that was taken on the moon, one that was taken billions of miles from Earth, and one that was taken right next to Saturn. What do all of those things have in common? 7. Uranus
    Yes, you can make jokes here if you want, but Uranus is not only a key planet in our solar system, but it's one that actually doesn't get enough credit for how simple in look, but complex in action, that it is. For example, when you look at a picture like this, you see one color, which isn't something you see in any other planet on our solar system, not even Mercury or Mars. But the reason for that is its makeup, which allows it to be the coldest planet in our solar system.
    6. Comets In Motion
    Comets get a lot of attention here on Earth, but there are also points of contention of what they are and aren't.
    First off, Comets aren't rocks at all, they're ice, water, and dust, and they look MUCH cooler than all the other space rocks. You see, Asteroids, Meteoroids, Meteors & Meteorites are all solid rock, inside and out
    5. Venus and the Sun
    Venus is known as our sister planet, but it's anything but a true twin, because while it may only be a little smaller than Earth, it's also a greenhouse planet that has massively hot temperatures and an atmosphere that we can't breathe in, and barely see through at times. Yet that doesn't stop it from being beautiful at times when the situation works out.
    4. Our First Look At Earth From Space
    We've already shown you a view of the Earth from the moon, but you want to go and see the first picture of Earth from space, you have to look 23 years previous:
    The first photo of Earth from above came from a jerry-rigged rocket. On October 24, 1946, scientists strapped a 33mm motion-picture camera to a captured German V-2 rocket and launched the whole thing into space.
    3. Jupiter Moving
    Personally? I just think this image looks cool. It was taken by Voyager 1 in 1979, and over the course of 70 days it approached the planet and showed it moving. Look at those different rotations! Very cool.
    2. Pluto
    I just miss Pluto being a planet, how about you? Anyway, this picture shows in great detail why many felt that Pluto was a planet for many years. Look at its surface, the way that it looks like a truly rocky planet.

    1. That's One Small Step For Man...
    When it comes to our solar system, there are many things that we have taken pictures of. But, in terms of importance, few are as important as this shot right here of Buzz Aldrin on the moon. Aldrin and Armstrong were the first two men on the moon, and they were the ones who helped solidify that we could make it there.

  • 26 Amazing Photos of our Solar System

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    From the surface of Venus, to the rings of Saturn, here are 26 amazing photos of our solar system.


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    26. Solar Flare 2017

    25. Solar Flare 1973

    24. Simply Massive

    23. Sunrise on Mercury

    22. The First

    21. Venus

    20. The Surface

    19. 1982 Vebera-13

    18. Earth and the Moon

    17. Hurricane Edouard

    16. Mars

    15. Olympus Mons

    14. Moons

    13. Jupiter

    12. The Red Eye

    11. The Moons

    10. The Surface of Europa
    The moon of Europa is extremely unique and is covered in a thick layer of ice. Not only that, satellites have detected thermal energy here and have seen water vapor coming out from the surface. Scientists ponder the possibility of life on this planet since there’s liquid water underneath the frozen ice sheets.

    9. Saturn
    The sixth planet from the sun is Saturn and this is another gas giant but much smaller than jupiter. Saturn is mostly known for its rings that surround it. If you’re an amateur astronomer this is one of the coolest planets to look at because you can often see the rings1! It takes 29 earth years for it to make one lap around the sun and it’s mostly made up of hydrogen with a metalic core. .

    8. Titan
    Saturn has 62 confirmed moons just behind saturn for the most in the solar system and the one we barely see in this image is of the moon Titan which mysteriously has oceans of liquid methane. Scientists have been debating whether or not life can form in these oceans extremely far from the sun in this chemical.

    7. Titan Crescent
    Imagine looking up in the sky and the moon was green instead white like we’re used to or just seeing more than 60 of them! Here in this photo we see what Titan might look like from saturn's point of view during a crescent stage. Titan, which is larger than the planet of Mercury, almost has a planet like atmosphere and it takes 15,945 earth days to rotate saturn. The atmosphere has an orange haze to it which is mainly composed of 95 percent nitrogen and 5 percent methane, kind of like earth. The orange haze is still somewhat of a mystery.

    6. The Surface
    It’s very hard to tell what Titan’s surface actually looks like, but we know there’s an atmosphere and we know there’s liquid methane. It’s best to show you an artists representation that we think could be accurate.This illustratio n by Ron Miller shows the liquid pools of methane and the strange atmosphere on this moon.

    5. Uranus
    Little did you know that photos of your Uranus were on the internet! Once we venture off this deep into space, it’s a little more complicated getting images of it. Only one spacecraft called the voyager 2 has passed by it. The deep blue color would make you believe this is filled with a blue ocean but it’s not! It’s actually blue because it absorbs red light from the sun and reflects blue light.

    4. Neptune
    Neptune is the Roman god of the sea and you can can tell it looks somewhat similar to Uranus only bluer. This thing takes 164.8 earth years to fully orbit the sun and it’s only about 2.7 Billion miles away. This was taken by the Voyager 2 satellite and you can tell it has a giant blue spot in a few places.

    3. Triton
    This image is computer generated to fit both neptune and triton in the same photo but we imagine an image like this in solar system is possible, Neptune has a ring system but also 14 different moons. The most notable one is Triton which has a crazy geological system. On this moon, there’s volcanos but do you really think these volcanoes are going to spew out hot lava from billions of miles from the sun, no! Triton actually has volcanoes that shoot out liquid nitrogen, which we use on earth to freeze things instantly like warts.

    2. Pluto
    And finally, the last planet we have photos of, is pluto, thanks to the New Horizons Long Range REconnaissance orbiter. Nasa believes that there is a 10th planet out there but haven’t gotten any photos for us yet. Many have debated whether this is a planet or a dwarf planet or whatever it is, but at the end of the day, it still orbits the sun. Named after the greek god of the underworld, Pluto is certainly a dark place to be. It’s situated about 3.6 billion miles away and has a rocky rough surface.

    1.Comet Halley
    Halley’s comet orbits our most well known comment and it travels around our solar system ever 75-76 years. It’s very rare to witness this kind of thing, let alone trying to catch a photo of it with a satellite! In 1986, this ball of dust and ice was caught on camera by Giotto, a European spacecraft. It’s very rare to see the nucleus of this comet in such detail!

  • 2017 In Space: NASA’s Best Images From All Over The Solar System | Mach | NBC News

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    From Saturn’s rings to solar flares, NASA’s space probes provided a close look at what lies beyond our planet, in 2017. We can’t wait to see what comes next.
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  • Real Images From Solar System

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  • Some of the oldest and the newest planet images compared

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    A comparison of some of the oldest images of all the planets in our solar system (plus Pluto) with the latest images provided by NASA

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  • हमारे सौरमंडल के ग्रहों की असली तस्वीरें REAL IMAGES of our solar system planets from space

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    Mesmerizing Images of Earth's Solar System

    These incredible photos of planets, moons, and the sun will make you feel very small.



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  • Real Images of Moons from the Solar System!

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    Dear World,

    This time we explore the real images we have from the moons of our system.
    As we approach the 50 year celebration of the moon landing, we will probably hear more of our own natural satellite.

    Also I saw in the previous episode there is a lot of confusion
    about the validity of images.
    To all the people saying CGI, there was a time when hardly anybody had a computer.
    We had books, and the Voyager images were in there already. I aknowledge the great problem certain people have to find out what is real in a time where you can find any information you like. Also the fake one.

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  • Solar System through my Telescope

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  • What has Hubble seen in our Solar System? | Hubble Space Images Episode 9

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    Hubble doesn't just look at distant nebula and galaxies, but has also observed celestial bodies and events in our own solar system. So what has it seen? Images from Hubble / NASA / ESA.


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  • 26 of the Best Images Captured by The Hubble Space Telescope

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    The Hubble Space Telescope has been in operation since 1990 when it was launched into low Earth orbit. For the last 25 years it has provided humanity with beautiful, interstellar images of outer space that unravel the mysteries beyond the solar system.

    These are 26 of the most striking images the Hubble Space Telescope has captured:

  • Real Video of the Suns Surface

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    Prepare to have your mind blown. This video explores the mysteries of the Sun, our nearest star and the most important thing in our solar system. At the end of the video is a special treat; the highest resolution video ever taken of the Sun, using the Daniel K. Inouye Solar Telescope. We have even added the sound of the sun, to give a real sense of being close to it.

    These stunning videos were put together by NASA and rendered in 4k for your viewing pleasure.

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  • The Solar System Is Not Like You Think It Is

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    The Earth is round, Mercury is the hottest planet, and the Sun is yellow. It would seem that these are all simple, undeniable facts known even to those with no real knowledge of astronomy. However, it’s time to think again.

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    Is the temperature of Mercury higher than on other planets? 1:01
    Is the Sun just a big ball of fire? 2:01
    Is the Sun really yellow? 2:50
    Would a human being explode in space without a space suit? 3:41
    Is the Earth further from the Sun in winter than in summer? 4:48
    Is the Earth perfectly spherical? 6:03

    SUMMARY
    - The Sun shines and warms both the visible and invisible parts of the Moon. The truth is that the period the Moon takes to revolve on its axis coincides with the amount of time it takes to orbit the Earth. That’s why we only see one side of it.
    - Mercury is closest to the Sun; therefore, its surface temperature must be higher than all the other planets. However, the hottest planet in the Solar System is actually Venus, despite the fact it’s 31,070,000 miles (50 million km) further away from the Sun than its neighbor.
    - What we think of as fire is, in fact, energy in the form of heat and light, produced by the thermonuclear reactions occurring in the star’s core.
    A thermonuclear reaction involves changing some elements into others, and it’s accompanied by the ejection of heat and light energy.
    - Why do human eyes see the Sun as yellow? It’s all down to Earth’s atmosphere. As is well known, light which has a long wavelength, in the yellow and red part of the spectrum, passes through the atmosphere best of all. Light in shorter wavelengths, in the green to violet part of the spectrum, gets dissipated to a greater degree by the atmosphere.
    - Our skin is flexible enough to keep all of our internal organs in place. The walls of the blood vessels would also prevent the blood from boiling thanks to their elasticity. Moreover, in the absence of external pressure in the space environment, the temperature at which blood boils rises to 115°F, which is significantly higher than the temperature of the human body.
    - The axis of the planet, which passes through the North and South Poles, is not exactly perpendicular to its orbit and the Sun’s rays which fall on it. In turn, for half of the year, a large proportion of the Sun’s warmth falls on the southern hemisphere, while in the other half it falls on the northern one, which produces a change of seasons.
    - The shape of our planet is constantly changing due to the constant movement of the continental plates. Of course, the rate at which they move is tiny — on average about 2 inches (5 cm) a year. However, this still has an effect on the planet’s appearance, which is, in fact, far from perfectly round.

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  • First Photos of all Planets in Our Solar System

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    The first Close Up Images ever made of all Planets in Our Solar System. Sorry for not including Pluto ;/ But the Music wasn't long enough :D

    Earth: Oct. 1946 German V2 Rocket
    Mars: July 1965 Mariner 4
    Jupiter: Dez. 1973 Pioneer 10
    Venus: Feb. 1974 Mariner 10
    Mercury: March 1974 Mariner 10
    Saturn: Sept. 1979 Pioneer 10
    Uranus: Jan. 1986 Voyager 2
    Neptune: August 1989 Voyager 2
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    Pluto: July 2015 New Horizons


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  • Every Planets Real Image

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  • Nasa captures incredible 4k images of the Sun - BBC News - BBC News

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    Remarkable high-definition images of the sun taken by Nasa's space-based telescope, the Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) have been released. The telescope took a high-resolution image of the sun every 12 seconds in ten wavelengths of invisible UV light, with each wavelength highlighting a different temperature and assigned a colour. The images were put together and show several active regions of the sun, which are usually the source of solar storms. This video has been speeded up from the original footage released by Nasa

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  • Fake Images from the Solar System ???

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    This is something I had to get off my chest for a while. I am very humbled by the response to my past video Real images from the Solar System. It seems most of you like it (regarding the like bar and the views).
    Over the last 10 Years I have been receiving mostly positive comments to my animations.
    This has changed. I receive a lot of hate comments now having shown real images and calling them so.
    Something I never would have thought possible a few years ago.
    While we are performing incredible scientific tasks on the one hand, it seems there is a growing population being opposed to science, the thing that sets us apart from the rest of life here on earth.
    That feeds us, gives us shelter, and cured a lot of illness. (It also provides the very technology to spread this hate.) Some people growing up in today's environment seem to be unable to understand what is behind us.
    More important than gathering knowledge is to spread it. Otherwise it will be in vain.

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  • What has Hubble seen in our Solar System? | Hubble Space Images Episode 10

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    Hubble doesn't just look at distant nebula and galaxies, but has also observed celestial bodies and events in our own solar system. So what has it seen? Images from Hubble / NASA / ESA.

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  • What Did Voyager 1 See During its Journey Out Of The Solar System? 1977-2019

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    Part 1 - The Voyager one space probe is the furthest man-made object from Earth, at 13.5 billion miles away. But what did the spacecraft see during its 42-year journey out of the solar system?

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  • Real images of the Solar System Part 1

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  • Nasa captures incredible 4k images of the Sun - BBC News

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    Remarkable high-definition images of the sun taken by Nasa's space-based telescope, the Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) have been released. The telescope took a high-resolution image of the sun every 12 seconds in ten wavelengths of invisible UV light, with each wavelength highlighting a different temperature and assigned a colour. The images were put together and show several active regions of the sun, which are usually the source of solar storms. This video has been speeded up from the original footage released by Nasa

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  • Our Solar Systems Planets: Neptune

    13:33

    Everything you could want to know about the 8th and last planet from the Sun: Neptune. Real images taken from Voyager 2 and Hubble Space Telescope.

    We discuss the orbit, physical characteristics, atmosphere and magnetosphere and a lot more. Have any questions? Post in the comments. If you did find this video interesting, please share it as it will help me be able to make more of these in the future.

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    Music: Hydra - Huma Huma, Cylinder Five - Chris Zabriskie

    Image Credits: NASA, ESA, Hubble, ESO, Mike Brown, Lars Mejnertsen, Space Engine, Universe Sandbox2.

  • Voyager Images from the Odysseys

    2:49

    Sit back and enjoy the view from the Voyagers' epic journey through the solar system. See iconic images of planets and moons, including Jupiter, Io, Europa, Saturn, Titan, Uranus, Neptune and Triton, set to music. For more images, news and FAQs about the continuing Voyager mission, see .

  • First photos of planets outside solar system

    3:34

    SHOTLIST
    1. Animation showing planet Fomalhaut b orbiting star Fomalhaut and dust belt
    2. Graphic showing planet Fomalhaut b
    3. Wide of podium at news conference
    4. SOUNDBITE: (English) Ed Weiler, NASA's space sciences chief:
    If I live near a jungle and I hear elephants at night and I go into the jungle in the daytime and I see what look like elephant footprints, I might think I've detected elephants, but until I get that picture, that simple picture of an elephant, I'm not really sure. So to me this is an 18 and a half year dream come true, we're going to show you, the scientists are going to show you the first visible light image, light that you can see with your own eye, of a planet.
    5. Hubble image of star Fomalhaut and dust belt
    6. SOUNDBITE: (English) Paul Kalas, University of California, Berkeley:
    ++soundbite partly overlaid by shots of animation showing planet++
    Now we'll see a box, a white box, show up to the lower right, and that faint spec is Fomalhaut b. Here it is in 2004, and here it is in 2006. Fomalhaut b is moving because it's orbiting the star Fomalhaut just within the dust belt, thereby satisfying our hypothesis that the belt is governed by this planet. You can see the orbital motion is actually counter-clockwise and Fomalhaut b completes an orbit in roughly 800 years.
    7. Graphic showing Fomalhaut solar system and Earth solar system
    8. SOUNDBITE: (English) Sara Seager, MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) planetary scientist:
    This is a landmark discovery in exoplanets because it's the first direct image of an object that everybody would agree is a planet. This is because as we've heard of its low mass, its association with the dust ring and the orbital motion of the planet in part of its orbit around the star seen for the very first time.
    9. Various animation and graphics showing the HR 8799 planetary system, and planets b, c, and d orbiting the system
    STORYLINE:
    Earth seems to have its first fuzzy photos of alien planets outside our solar system, images captured by two teams of astronomers.
    The pictures show four likely planets that appear as specks of white, nearly indecipherable except to the most eagle-eyed experts. All are (t) trillions of miles away - three of them orbiting the same star, and the fourth circling a different star.
    None of the four giant gaseous planets are remotely habitable or remotely like Earth. But they raise the possibility of others more hospitable.
    Astronomer Bruce Macintosh of the Lawrence Livermore National Lab led one of the two teams of photographers.
    Macintosh's team used two ground-based telescopes, while the second team relied on photos from the 18-year-old Hubble Space Telescope to gather images of the exoplanets - planets that don't circle our sun.
    The research from both teams was published in Thursday's online edition of the journal Science.
    In the past 13 years, scientists have discovered more than 300 planets outside our solar system, but they have done so indirectly, by measuring changes in gravity, speed or light around stars.
    NASA's space sciences chief Ed Weiler said the actual photos are important. He compared it to a hunt for elusive elephants:
    If ... I see what look like elephant footprints, I might think I've detected elephants, but until I get that picture, that simple picture of an elephant, I'm not really sure.
    In a news conference on Thursday, Weiler said this fulfills the last of the major goals that NASA had for the Hubble telescope before it launched in 1990: This is an 18 and a half year dream come true.
    There are disputes about whether these are the first exoplanet photos. Others have made earlier claims, but those pictures haven't been confirmed as planets or universally accepted yet.


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  • A Walk on Venus

    4:41

    From BBC TV series Space Odyssey: Voyage To The Planets
    Music : 1.I Robot Soundtrack - 25 End Credits.
    2. Alien 3 Score End Credits
    Venus is the second planet from the Sun, orbiting it every 224.7 Earth days.The CO2-rich atmosphere, along with thick clouds of sulfur dioxide, generates the strongest greenhouse effect in the Solar System, creating surface temperatures of over 460 °C (860 °F).Venus has an extremely dense atmosphere , the atmospheric mass is 93 times that of Earth's atmosphere while the pressure at the planet's surface is about a pressure equivalent to that at a depth of nearly 1 kilometer under Earth's oceans.

  • The Solar system seen from Hubble Space Telescope.

    2:18

    The Solar system seen from Hubble Space Telescope.

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    With all the boredom due to everything closing down because of the virus I want to do some astrophotography. The problem is, that it is forever cloudy. My telescope does not deal with clouds and rain very well. I have made a video with some of my favorite solar system images taken from the Hubble Space Telescope. Hopefully we still have hubble around for a few more years while we wait for the James Webb Telescope to be launched. Enjoy the pictures of Saturn, Jupiter, Mars, Venus, Uranus and Neptune taken with this amazing piece of equipment.

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  • Real images of the Solar System Part 2

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  • Our Solar System l Real Images of Planet Mars in 4K

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    lets checckout the real images of planet mars in 4K
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  • Our Solar Systems Planets: Uranus

    13:33

    Everything you could want to know about the 7th planet from the Sun: Uranus. Includes real images taken from Voyager 2 in 1986, and from the Hubble Space Telescope.

    This video has been a long time coming, and I'm sorry it's taken a year for this episode in the series. I have been dreading making this video, as I knew there wasn't a lot of real imagery of the planet and I wondered how I was going to show what I was explaining. Thankfully, using Space Engine and Universe Sandbox2 has been incredibly helpful, although as a result I probably put the most hours into this video than any other I have made so far. I'm really happy with how it turned out though and I hope you did too.

    We discuss the orbit, physical characteristics, atmosphere and magnetosphere and a lot more. Have any questions? Post in the comments. If you did find this video interesting, please share it as it will help me be able to make more of these in the future.

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    Music: Young and Old Know Love - Puddle of Infinity

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  • How scientists colorize photos of space

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  • Planets in our Solar System Documentary | Incredible REAL Footage Images From Space by NASA

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    Planets in our Solar System documentary | Incredible REAL Footage Images from Space by NASA. Exploring Our Solar System. How the Universe is Way Bigger Than You Think. AMAZING Facts About Our Solar System. Planets and Moons of the Inner Solar System.

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    Here is an in-depth introduction to the Solar System and the planets that are in it. From the sun to why poor Pluto is no longer considered a planet, come along for a ride across the Solar System and learn a ton of cool facts about Solar System!
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    Sun ( Diameter: 1.3927 million km) ( 696,340km)
    Mercury(Diameter: 4,879km) ( 57,909,227 km) (0.39 AU) 88 days
    Venus(Diameter: 12,104 km) ( 108,209,475 km) (0.73 AU)225 days
    Earth(Diameter: 12,742 km) ( 149,598,262 km) (1 AU)365.24 days
    Mars(Diameter: 6,779 km) ( 227,943,824 km) (1.38 AU)1.9 years
    Jupiter(Diameter: 139,822 km) ( 778,340,821 km) (5.20 AU)11.9 years
    Saturn(Diameter: 116,464 km ) ( 1,426,666,422 km) (9.58 AU)29.5 years
    Uranus(Diameter: 50,724 km) ( 2,870,658,186 km) (19.22 AU)84.0 years
    Neptune(Diameter: 49,244 km) ( 4,498,396,441 km) (30.10 AU)164.8 years
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  • Hubbles New Image of Interstellar Object

    1:43

    NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope has given astronomers their best look yet at an interstellar visitor – Comet 2I/Borisov – whose speed and trajectory indicates it is from outside of our solar system.

    This Hubble image, taken on Oct. 12, is the sharpest ever view of the comet. Hubble reveals a central concentration of dust around the solid icy nucleus.

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  • What Did Voyager 2 See During its Journey Out Of The Solar System? 1977-2019

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    Part 2 - The Voyager two space probe was the second human-made object to reach interstellar space. But what did it see during its historic 42 year trip out of the solar the system?
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  • New Solar Orbiter will take 1st pics of suns poles

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    The ESA/NASA Solar Orbiter mission will attempt to take the first ever pictures of the sun's north and south poles. Find out how it will accomplish the feat. -- Solar Orbiter, a new mission to the sun:

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  • Solar planets drawing/Solar planets drawing in our solar system/How to draw solar planets in space

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    Hi friends, welcome to my channel MNSB inward.

    In this video I showed, how to draw Sun, moon and nine planets in Solar system drawing easy and beautiful step by step. In the universe solar system is one system where all planet are present. In this drawing video planet solar system is shown. Anyone can easily understand the name of each planet in the solar system. This planet in our solar system drawing video is very knowledgeable of all people. Planets are also a science project for student. Anyone can draw this all planet for project or any competition. All planets in Solar system drawing is very easy to draw. Just follow the planet drawing video and draw this all planets step by step easily.

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  • NASA | Fiery Looping Rain on the Sun

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    Eruptive events on the sun can be wildly different. Some come just with a solar flare, some with an additional ejection of solar material called a coronal mass ejection (CME), and some with complex moving structures in association with changes in magnetic field lines that loop up into the sun's atmosphere, the corona.

    On July 19, 2012, an eruption occurred on the sun that produced all three. A moderately powerful solar flare exploded on the sun's lower right hand limb, sending out light and radiation. Next came a CME, which shot off to the right out into space. And then, the sun treated viewers to one of its dazzling magnetic displays -- a phenomenon known as coronal rain.

    Over the course of the next day, hot plasma in the corona cooled and condensed along strong magnetic fields in the region. Magnetic fields, themselves, are invisible, but the charged plasma is forced to move along the lines, showing up brightly in the extreme ultraviolet wavelength of 304 Angstroms, which highlights material at a temperature of about 50,000 Kelvin. This plasma acts as a tracer, helping scientists watch the dance of magnetic fields on the sun, outlining the fields as it slowly falls back to the solar surface.

    The footage in this video was collected by the Solar Dynamics Observatory's AIA instrument. SDO collected one frame every 12 seconds, and the movie plays at 30 frames per second, so each second in this video corresponds to 6 minutes of real time. The video covers 12:30 a.m. EDT to 10:00 p.m. EDT on July 19, 2012.

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  • HOW TO MAKE PLANETS OF THE SOLAR SYSTEM FOR SCHOOL PROJECTS & AEROSPACE EXHIBITIONS - EASY WAY!!!

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    Hi Friends,
    In this video you will be learning how to make planets model that you can use for school projects and exhibitions. This model will be good for Aerospace exhibitions also. You will learn how to mix colours and paint these models. You can use either home made thermocol/foam balls or buy it from the store. This activity will improve children's general knowledge and keep them engaged for hours. Hope you will enjoy this video.
    Please let me know in the comments section if you have any doubts in the model.

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