Black Holes are WAY Smaller than You Think

Hi, everybody, this is black hole M87. NGC 4486 or Virgo A, it’s a supermassive black hole and the first ever seen by our jelly-filled light buckets. Virgo a is six and a half million times more massive than our Sun. But like, how big is it not like how massive but like how large […]

Did Another Universe Exist Before This One? | Unveiled

Did Another Universe Exist Before Us? For decades, now, popular scientific consensus has held that the universe is around 14 billion years old, and that it can be dated back to one specific origin point: what many call “the Big Bang”. But, after years of research, we’re still debating what the Big Bang really was, […]

Why the Parker Solar Probe is NASA’s most exciting mission | Michelle Thaller

One of the most exciting things that’s going on at NASA right now is that we have a probe that’s actually orbiting very close to the sun. And over the next years, it’s going to get closer, and closer, and closer. It’s called the Parker Solar Probe, and the catch phrase, sort of the mission […]

Solar Orbiter

Protected from contamination in a cleanroom this is one of the last views of Solar Orbiter in Europe After a year of tests here at IABG in Munich the ESA spacecraft is ready to be packed-up and flown to Florida for launch Built by Airbus in the UK engineers had the challenging task of designing […]

TIMELAPSE OF THE ENTIRE UNIVERSE

We’re going on a journey. This video depicts billion years of time unfolding on a 10 minute scale – from to Big Bang to today. Every passing second represents 22 million years. On this scale, humans do not appear until the last fraction of second. The universe begins in 5… The universe begins in 4… […]

Space: The Next Trillion Dollar Industry

This video was made possible by Away. Get $20 off your Away suitcase by going to awaytravel.com/wendover and using the code “wendover” at checkout. And quickly, once you’ve finished this video there are two others to watch, both where I appear on camera for the first time—a behind the scenes video on my brand new […]

NASA JUNO: Making Solar Power History Explained

juno is taking solar power farther than it’s ever been as part of NASA’s new frontiers program that explores our solar system juno holds the record for the first solar-powered spacecraft designed to operate at Jupiter systems from the Sun when it arrives at jupiter in July the spacecraft will receive about 25 times less […]

Cosmic Journeys – Earth in 1000 Years

Ice in its varied forms covers as much as 16% of Earth’s surface, including 33% of land areas at the height of the northern winter. Glaciers, sea ice, permafrost, ice sheets and snow play an important role in Earth’s climate. They reflect energy back to space, shape ocean currents, and spawn weather patterns. But there […]

Solar System as an Electrical Transformer | Space News

Welcome to Space News from the Electric Universe, brought to you by The Thunderbolts Project™ at Thunderbolts.info Of the many mysteries we’ve explored on this series, perhaps those that stand out the greatest are the ones in our own celestial neighborhood. From consistently surprising atmospheric phenomena on planets; including the Earth, to the enigmatic behaviours […]

The science of expansion: Andromeda, gravity, and the ‘Big Rip’ | Michelle Thaller

One of the questions I get asked most commonly as an astronomer is if almost all the galaxies in the universe are flying away from us in space, why is the Andromeda Galaxy getting closer to us? Does that somehow mean that the Big Bang works differently in different parts of the universe? And the […]