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Universe Big Brightest Stars With Planet. Pluto < Earth < Jupiter < Sun < Arcturus < Antares. Antares is the 15th brightest star.
8 Apr 2008
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Solar Systems in scale,planets. pluto mercury mars venus earth neptune uranus saturn jupiter sol/sun stars. Sirius, Pollux, Arctrus: About 10 times the Solar System can fit into Sirius. About 30 times the Solar System can fit into Pollux. Even about 50 times the Solar System can fit into Arctrus. Then, the largest Red Super Giant where located 400 light years away, called Betgeuze, up to date. VV Cephi is the second largest known star, which has diameter of 3676000000km approx 2100 x Sol.
21 Dec 2008
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BY STEVEN SPARKMAN You're watching multisource science video news analysis from Newsy. The little planet that isn’t just keeps churning out new surprises. New research on Pluto’s atmosphere shows the dwarf planet is way more dynamic than previously thought. Space**** reports the newest finds. “Poisonous carbon monoxide gas has been discovered in the atmosphere of the dwarf planet Pluto, after a worldwide search that lasted nearly two decades, according to a new study that also detected the planet's atmosphere extending much higher above the surface than previously thought.” Astronomers were expecting to find carbon monoxide in the atmosphere eventually. What they weren’t expecting was the amount. A researcher tells National Geographic the results were dramatic. “The new study... not only confirms the gas is there, it shows that the amount of carbon monoxide has doubled since 2000. ‘Think of [any gas doubling] on Earth over one decade,’ said study leader Jane Greaves...” Pluto’s atmosphere grows as it orbits closer to the sun. The extra heat evaporates gas from the surface. In the last 10 years, it’s grown so high, you could fit another Pluto in it. (Image source: Science Magazine) The problem, according to Science Magazine, is Pluto has been moving farther away from the sun for 20 years. “Pluto travels along a highly elliptical path and last passed closest to the sun in 1989. Many planetary scientists expected the atmosphere to shrink as the icy orb began receding from the sun’s warmth. The unanticipated expansion may be related to changes in the darkness of the orb’s surface a decade or so ago … Or ... long-term variations in the sun’s ultraviolet output...” The researchers say the dramatic change in Pluto’s atmosphere can help us understand the changes in Earth’s climate. And that’s not all: MIT Technology Review says the extra atmosphere gives Pluto the chance to wag its tail. “The thinking is that the expanding atmosphere is interacting with the solar wind and being shaped into a tail. That could throw the cat among the pigeons next time Pluto's status as a planet comes up for discussion. It gives ammunition to the naysayers who can now claim that far from being a planet or even a dwarf planet, Pluto is merely a giant comet.” The biggest news about Pluto is expected to come in 2015, when the spacecraft New Horizons is scheduled to give us the Planet’s first ever fly-by pictures. Follow Newsy on Twitter Newsy_Videos for updates in your feed. Get more multisource science video news analysis from Newsy. Transcript by Newsy.
23 Apr 2011
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How many planets do you think are in the solar system? Get ready to have your misconceptions created in this Horizon special 'Bye Bye Planet Pluto'.
12 Dec 2009
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Astronomers have a massive breakthrough as they discover a weird and very bright extraordinary object in the far reaches of our solar system. Is it a planet? Is it a block of ice? Whatever it is, it's bigger than Pluto. Fascinating science video from BBC Horizon show 'Bye Bye Planet Pluto.'
4 Apr 2011
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This one minute video visually demonstrates how tiny the earth is, as well as how tiny our sun and the other planets (and Pluto ;-) are. For an updated version of this video that includes even larger stars, see *******www.youtube****/watch?v=RCsmz3d4lJ8 To see this video in context (along with related videos), check out: *******www.yoism****/?q=node/319 (you can also download this video there) and *******www.yoism****/?q=node/62
3 Sep 2009
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*******www.planetxvideo**** Lloyd Pye expands on Zecharia Sitchin's Nibiru, Planet X, and how it and the Anunnaki's presence on Earth thousands of years ago relates specifically to human genetics. Planet X, Nibiru, Anunnanki, Anunaki, Anunakki, alien, space, ufo, earth, evolution, science, creation, myth, legend, archeology, geology, orbit, date, past, ancient, sumerian, sumeria, fact, fiction, space, solar system planet, pluto, mars 2012 Zeitgeist, fallen angels nephilim grays alien aliens ufo ancient sumerian sumeria mayan calendar 2012 end times doomsday prophecy god jesus islam religion missing link macro evolution micro nwo illuminati iraq cylinder Zecharia Sitchin Biblical prophecy revelations earth changes climate pole shift
24 May 2009
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Hubblecast 27: What Hubble Taught Us About The Planets. For nineteen years, NASA/ESA's Hubble Space Telescope has made some of the most dramatic discoveries in the history of astronomy but it has also helped scientists learn more about our own Solar System. From its vantage point 600 km above the Earth, Hubble has studied every planet in our Solar System except Mercury where light from the Sun would damage its instruments. --- Subscribe to Science & Reason: • *******www.YouTube****/Best0fScience • *******www.YouTube****/SagansCosmos • *******www.YouTube****/FFreeThinker --- Hubble has captured the impact of a comet on Jupiter, immense storms on Neptune and even tiny dwarf planets at the edge of our Solar System. The veteran telescope keeps a watchful eye on our solar backyard. Regarded by many as the most valuable astronomical tool, the Hubble Space Telescope is approaching its 19th anniversary in space. Hubble sees into the far reaches of the Universe but its powerful instruments have also surveyed our planetary neighbours. In this episode, well see what Hubble has revealed to us in our own solar backyard. Even those who, for some strange reason, arent astronomy enthusiasts are likely to recognise some of Hubbles most famous images, like the "Pillars of Creation"in the Eagle Nebula or the Hubble Deep, and Ultra Deep, Fields which have shown us some of the most distant galaxies ever observed. The Hubble Space Telescope has really fundamentally changed our understanding of the Universe at large, but with its high resolution images of planets and moons in our own Solar System, it has also taught us a lot about our own cosmic neighbourhood. Hubble cannot observe our Sun, or the closest planet, Mercury, because its instruments are light-sensitive and would be damaged. However, the telescope has examined every other planet in the solar system, including dwarf planets Pluto, Ceres and Eris. But, of course, Hubble does not just produce pretty pictures, it provides planetary scientists with vital information about our neighbours that may help us better understand our own home planet, Earth. More (PDF): *******www.spacetelescope****/videos/scripts/hubblecast27a.pdf Credits: • ESA/Hubble (Martin Kornmesser, Colleen Sharkey & Lars Lindberg Christensen) • Visual design & Editing: Martin Kornmesser • Animations: Martin Kornmesser • Host: Dr. J • Narration: Robert Fosbury • Cinematography: Peter Rixner • Music: movetwo • Web Hosting: Leibniz-Rechenzentrum (LRZ) • Web Technical Support: Lars Holm Nielsen & Raquel Yumi Shida • Written by: Lars Lindberg Christensen • Directed by: Colleen Sharkey • Additional photos and footage: United States Air Force photo by Senior Airman Joshua Strang, NASA-JPL/ESA, NASA/JHU/APL, Dr. J is a German astronomer at the ESO. His scientific interests are in cosmology, particularly on galaxy evolution and quasars. Dr. J's real name is Joe Liske and he has a PhD in astronomy. Hubble European Space Agency Information Centre Garching/Munich, Germany • *******www.eso**** • *******www.spacetelescope**** • *******hubblesite**** .
16 Mar 2010
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FREE DOWNLOAD LINK!! :D *******goo.gl/xsp5g _____________________________ So this is the 3rd of the series, "Above All That Is Random" Hope yu guys LOVE IT ! My Facebook: *******www.facebook****/christinagrimmie My Twitter: *******twitter****/#!/therealgrimmie I'M GOING ON TOUR, DUDES !! :D *******selenagomez****/tour-dates _______________________________________________ Above All That Is Random 3 - Lyrics Autotune Pledge: I pledge allegiance to autotune For you shall not be abused you are for merry jollification we shall manipulate, but we appreciate any tune sung in anti-humor in your name shall be demolished one voice, under the mic, we have yet no liberty to you we shall not deface your proposition. I pledge allegiance to the stars Under planet Pluto, Mars We will dance all night (yeah) So dance with all your heart Reaching to the stars Reaching to the, reaching to the Staaa-a-a-a-a-aars. Reaching to the staa-a-a-a-a-a-a-a-a-aa-a-a-a-a-ars... HEY! This is so incredibly random And i know you said you want You want something you can rawk out to This is what, what I got for you This is so incredibly random And I know you said you want You want something you can rawk out to What if my imagination Started to blow the nations What if i didn't know my name (Hopscotch with Adam Young) Would we be crazy Would we be lazy Would we be alive? Would we go on system overload Hey Sarah! Yeah? I really want some chocolate *GASP* Dude, that kind'a reminds me of-- Pudding, pudding, pudding, pudding pudding, pudding, pudding, pudding, pudding (Repeat for awhile) F-f-f-fancy napkin! Hey Christina, I brought a couple kids to help us out. They're gonna sing-a-ling-a-ling-a-ling... HEY! Choir: Oh yeah, oh yeah, oh yeah, oh yeah La, la, la, la, la, la, la And all the girls singing OH YEAH All the dudes singing OH YEAH And everybody's singing Oh yeah, oh yeah, oh yeah, oh yeah Reaching to the, reaching to the Staaa-a-a-a-a-aars. Reaching to the staa-a-a-a-a-a-a-a-a-aa-a-a-a-a-ars... HEY! This is so incredibly random And i know you said you want You want something you can rawk out to This is what, what I got for you This is so incredibly random And I know you said you want You want something you can rawk out to Hope yu all enjoyed !
11 Jun 2011
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HELLO U GUYS!!!! ITS FRIDAY~ I HAVE HAD A HORRIBLE WEEK, I GOT THE FLU & ITS BEEN BAD ! AT TIMES IN THIS VIDEO I WILL SOUND A BIT OUT OF IT, (((IM SORRY )))) I WAS UNDER SOME GOOD FEELING MEDICATIONS....(LOL) OK TODAY WE WILL B WORKING ON AN EASY TO DO STEP BY STEP NAIL ART DESIGN. CHOOSE YOUR FAVORITE NAIL POLISH COLORS & LETS GET TO IT. THE COLORS I USED R BLACK & SILVER GLITTER. THE GLITTER POLISH IS BY MAYBELLINE & IS CALLED "PLANET PLUTO" I HOPE U GUYS LIKE THIS DESIGN & TRY IT OUT! B SAFE U GUYS & HAVE A FUN LONG WEEKEND, BYE****Disclaimer: I have no affiliation to any of the company brands I mention in this video. I have not received any of the products used in this video for free. I will get no monitary compensation for mentioning any of the products used in this video*
6 Aug 2011
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Visit *******www.makemegenius**** for Free science videos for kids. In this educational video children can learn about Sun and its family of eight planets (Pluto,the earlier counted as ninth planet is no longer considered to be a planet because of its small size).In this short animated film,two small kids go into an imaginary journey of solar system, this animation clarifies the concept of the size of the planets.It is suitable for students of KS1 ,KS2,KS3 and KS 4( CLASS 2ND ,3RD AND 4TH)
29 Jan 2014
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