Planet Song for Song/Solar System Song

There are 8 planets in our solar system! We all revolve around the sun. Join us to learn about different planets. Now, sing along and have some fun. My name is Mercury. I’m the second hottest planet. The closest one to the sun. A year on my surface is 88 days. I’m the smallest, but […]

Could Injecting Carbon Into the Earth Save Our Planet?

Iceland: the land of majestic waterfalls, black sands, sparkling glaciers, and… maybe one of the world’s wildest solutions for solving climate change? Nestled beside the majestic hills of southwestern Iceland, are a series of huge pods capable of taking CO2 that’s been snatched from the air and injecting it into underground stones, where the gas […]

The Fermi Paradox II — Solutions and Ideas – Where Are All The Aliens?

There are probably 10,000 stars for every grain of sand on Earth, in the observable universe. We know that there might be trillions of planets. So where are all the aliens? This is the Fermi Paradox. If you want to know more about it, watch part one. Here we look at possible solutions to the […]

8 Planets That Can Sustain Human Life

It turns out that there are many planets that could potentially sustain life. Unfortunately, they’re all an incredibly far distance away from Earth. , stay tuned for the the 8 planets that can sustain human life ! 8. KOI 7711.01 In total, there are 4,496 planets that the Kepler space telescope has predicted exist, with […]

★ How to Get to Mars. Very Cool! HD

We don’t fire a rocket motor all the way to mars. We don’t need to You just place the spacecraft on a trajectory to mars and let it coast for seven months and 300 million miles until it reaches the planet Atmospheric entry in 3.. 2.. 1.. Just passed in one minute that atmospheric entry […]

Interstellar Comet 2I/Borisov Update For October 12, 2019

The story of the first confirmed interstellar comet, comet C/2019 Q4, or now designated 2I/Borisov, continues to develop. Unlike Oumuamua which was caught on its way out of the solar system leaving not much time for study, Borisov is on its way in and the observations are well under way already, with more planned for […]

Unbelievably Strange Planets in Space

Most of these eerie things are absolutely impossible on our planet, even in the wildest imagination. But as practice shows, what is impossible with us, is still possible on other planets. Let’s look at ordinary rain as an example. Rain is usually cold and gloomy. And very very wet. And in general, the earths rain, […]

Winter on Venus

This episode is sponsored by Brilliant Everyone always talks about colonizing Mars and turning it green, but Venus might turn out to be a far better candidate for terraforming… if we can just cool it down first. Last month we talked about terraforming Mars and how to warm it up and thicken its atmosphere to […]

Mercury 101 | National Geographic

– [Narrator] The planet Mercury is named after the messenger of the Roman gods, because even the ancients could see how swift and fleeting it is in the sky. But it wasn’t until recently that scientists began unraveling Mercury’s many mysteries. Mercury is the smallest planet in our solar system. It’s diameter currently measures just […]

The Secret to Planet Formation Might Be Hiding in the ‘Fulton Gap’

Starting in 2009, the spacecraft Kepler scanned the night sky hunting for distant worlds. Over the course of its nearly decade long mission, it identified over 2,300 confirmed exoplanets, making us realize the galaxy was much fuller than we previously thought. But poring over the data, something jumps out at you: we seem to be […]