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ScienceCasts: Space-Time Vortex

ScienceCasts: Space-Time Vortex

[ music ] A Space Time Vortex Around Earth – presented by [email protected] Would you believe Earth sits in the middle of a space-time vortex? Einstein predicted this almost a hundred years ago, and it turns out to be true. On May 4th, 2011, researchers announced that NASA’s Gravity Probe B spacecraft has detected the […]

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Jupiter, meet Juno | Science News

Jupiter, meet Juno | Science News

How much do we really know about Jupiter? The majestic gas giant of our solar system is shrouded in cloud cover and storms the last centuries. So the planet remains a bit of a mystery. That’s about to change. After nearly five years in space, NASA’s Juno probe will finally reach Jupiter on July 4th. […]

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Myth-testing Christmas movies with SCIENCE EXPERIMENTS (ft. Vsauce3)

I’m Mark. Hey Vsauce, I’m Jake! And today we are in a replica of the Home Alone house that Jake built with his very own hands. So, as thorough men of science, we have set up a few experiments to test some questionable scenes from a few Christmas classics. First, from A Christmas Story, if […]

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NASA Science Live: A World of Fires

NASA Science Live: A World of Fires

>>SCIENTISTS ARE UNRAVELING THE SCIENCE OF THE FIRES.>>THE KEY FACTOR, HOW CAN WE MAKE USE OF O NAS DATA?>>NASA IS WORKING TO HELP FIRST RESPONDERS.>>WE HAD NO VISUAL OF WHICH FIRES WERE BURNING WHERE.>>TRACK SMOKE THAT HARMS HUMAN HEALTH.>>WE HAVE TO LEARN FROM THIS.>>AND UNDERSTANDS THE IMPACTS.>>WE WANT TO STUDY THE EARTH.>>WE NEED TO ANSWER […]

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ScienceCasts: The Mystery of the Missing Waves on Titan

ScienceCasts: The Mystery of the Missing Waves on Titan

[ music ] The Mystery of the Missing Waves on Titan Presented by Science at NASA One of the most shocking discoveries of the past 10 years is how much the landscape of Saturn’s moon Titan resembles Earth. Like our own blue planet, the surface of Titan is dotted with lakes and seas; it has […]

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Hear Buzz Aldrin tell the story of the first moon landing

Hear Buzz Aldrin tell the story of the first moon landing

I am Buzz Aldrin. And I was the Lunar Module Pilot on Apollo 11. Five, four, three, two, one, zero. All engine running. Liftoff! We have a liftoff. 32 minutes past the hour. Liftoff on Apollo 11. Tower cleared. Roger, Eagle’s undocked. Roger, how does it look? The Eagle has wings. Rog. Looking good. Roger, […]

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1st place Mousetrap Car Ideas- using SCIENCE

1st place Mousetrap Car Ideas- using SCIENCE

This is a mousetrap car. They’re common for competitions in high school physics classes Just like the egg drop challenge or building toothpick bridges. The goal is to build a car that travels the furthest or goes the Fastest, but in either case the only power provided to move the car is from a single […]

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A visit to NASA’s moon rock central | Science News

A visit to NASA’s moon rock central | Science News

“Liftoff on Apollo 11…” “Tranquility base, the eagle has landed.” 50 years ago, Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin became the first humans to ever land on the moon. One small step for man, one giant leap for mankind, that whole thing. Astronauts also brought back the first samples of the moon. They brought back rocks […]

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Summer Science Recap

Summer Science Recap

Hey it’s Rich Conti here from the Science Museum of Virginia and what a great summer we’ve had. You know going back to June, we got to watch 32 nations compete in the world cup in front of almost half the planet more than three billion people got to see a spectacular display of mathematics, […]

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What Scientists Are Seeing Over Antarctica

What Scientists Are Seeing Over Antarctica

IceBridge is off to a strong start this year, having completed seven science missions over outlet glaciers, sea ice, and ice sheets and covering a broad range of territory both east and west of the Antarctic peninsula. Until today, the mission had yet to feature a return to the site of last year’s discovery of […]

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