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Astronomy

Dangerous Asteroid is Hurtling Towards Earth at Incredible Speed
Astronomy

Dangerous Asteroid is Hurtling Towards Earth at Incredible Speed

Dangerous Asteroid is Hurtling Towards Earth at Incredible Speed Asteroid 2021 NY1 measures up to 1000 feet in diameter, making it a very large asteroid. It will enter the Earth's orbit, heading towards us at a speed of nearly 21,000 mph. #Asteroid2021NY1 #NearEarthObjects #Meteors Support our SOCIAL MEDIA Sites: ➨Twitter: https://twitter.com/skymednews​​​ ➨Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/skymednews​​​ ➨Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/skymednews​​​ OFFICIAL WEBSITE: https://www.earthfrenzyradio.com​​​ GIFTSHOP: https://skywatch-media-news.creator-spring.com Music Credit: "The Game is Over" music by Ross Bugden https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5dasaVm7L-Y "Alex Productions - Myths" is under a Creative Commons license (CC BY 3.0). https://www.youtube...
The Big Bang, Cosmology part 1: Crash Course Astronomy #42
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The Big Bang, Cosmology part 1: Crash Course Astronomy #42

The Big Bang, Cosmology part 1: Crash Course Astronomy #42 Thanks to observations of galaxy redshifts, we can tell that the universe is EXPANDING! Knowing that the universe is expanding and how quickly its expanding also allows us to run the clock backwards 14 billion years to the way the universe began - with a bang. Crash Course Astronomy Poster: http://store.dftba.com/products/crashcourse-astronomy-poster -- Table of Contents Distant Galaxies Show a Red Shift in Their Spectra 2:07 The Universe is Expanding 2:51 This Model is Called “The Big Bang” 5:12 The Universe is Almost 14 Billion Years Old 11:43 -- PBS Digital Studios: http://youtube.com/pbsdigitalstudios Follow Phil on Twitter: https://twitter.com/badastronomer Want to find Crash Course elsewhere o...
Moons for Kids | Planets for Kids | Solar System
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Moons for Kids | Planets for Kids | Solar System

Moons for Kids | Planets for Kids | Solar System Moons for Kids – Planets for Kids! Learn all about the Solar System with this new Space video - Planet and Moons video for Kids. Watch as the cartoon planets bring space to life! Think you know all about Space – think again. What is the second biggest moon in The Solar System? Which planets have no moons? Which planet has the moon Ganymede? Astronomy for kids has never been so much fun! Some Planets in our Solar System have lots of moons, some a few moons and some no moons at all! Watch as Planet Earth and Venus take you around the Solar System to meet all of the other Planets – Mercury, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune and of course, The Sun! There will be lots of facts and cool space laughs with the Toy Time...
🤩 BEST 50 Craft IDEAS 💡 with PLANETS 🌎🪐 | Planet Craft Compilation | Top 50 planet projects for kids
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🤩 BEST 50 Craft IDEAS 💡 with PLANETS 🌎🪐 | Planet Craft Compilation | Top 50 planet projects for kids

🤩 BEST 50 Craft IDEAS 💡 with PLANETS 🌎🪐 | Planet Craft Compilation | Top 50 planet projects for kids #craftideas #top50craftswithplanets #bestplanetscraft #learnplanetscompilation #simplecraftsforkids Enjoy our BEST 50 DIY IDEAS for kids with Solar System to learn 8 Planets: Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune. Simple games, fidgets, crafts, puzzles, experiments, drawings and more! You can find a lot of ideas for kids how to learn planets of the Solar System. Watch full videos and don't forget to subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpFsQcFDd6UxnzFuXn1gDzg?sub_confirmation=1 These 50 DIY ideas will help you at school, at home to create amazing projects and learn planets order and more. How ...
The Extraordinary Things Hubble Has Seen | 100 Incredible Images Of The Universe Montage (4K UHD)
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The Extraordinary Things Hubble Has Seen | 100 Incredible Images Of The Universe Montage (4K UHD)

The Extraordinary Things Hubble Has Seen | 100 Incredible Images Of The Universe Montage (4K UHD) Since it launched more than three decades ago, the data that the Hubble space telescope has collected has been used to write more than 18,000 peer-reviewed scientific publications, from planet formation to gigantic black holes. But it is Hubble's awe-inspiring images that have reinvigorated the public interest in astronomy. At the click of a button, anyone can gaze at distant parts of the universe and the wonders that it contains, without ever having to leave our planet. Not since the days of Galileo has a telescope revolutionised our understanding of the cosmos and so broadly piqued the curiosity of the human race. Hubble is our window into the unknown. Sit back, re...