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Children of Planet Earth: The Voyager Golden Record Remixed – Symphony of Science

1977 1977 NASA LAUNCHES VOYAGER I & II 1977 NASA LAUNCHES VOYAGER I & II TWIN PROBES BOUND FOR INTERSTELLAR SPACE ABOARD EACH IS A GOLDEN RECORD, CARRYING SOUNDS & GREETINGS FROM EARTH ‍Peace on you. We the inhabitants of this earth send our greetings to you I wish you all good Hello and greetings […]

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3 Times Scientists Did Weird Experiments With Rubber Ducks

SciShow is supported by Dashlane. When you think of rubber ducks, you probably think of bubble baths, those huge adorable sculptures, or debugging — if you’re into programming. Or maybe you heard about that study that found over 9.5 million bacterial cells per square centimeter living inside the average toy… The point is: they don’t […]

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How Scientists Are Making ‘Sonic’ Black Holes in a Lab

Hawking radiation, which is particles predicted by Stephen Hawking that are emitted by black holes, are at the center of a huge debate among physicists. Unfortunately, we’ve only recently been able to take a black hole’s picture, let alone study the quantum particles it might be giving off. So for clues on how real black […]

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ISS Science Garage “knittin’ needle”

[ Music ]>>Mike Massimino: Hi, I’m Mike.>>Don Pettit: I’m Don.>>Mike Massimino: And this is theInternationalSpace Station…>>Don Pettit:…Science Garage. [ Music ]>>Don Pettit: My Russian hat that…>>Mike Massimino: Ok.>>Don Pettit: …a guy in Red Square sold this to me…>>Mike Massimino: Ok.>>Don Pettit: And…but it’s made out of fur; at least I think it’s made out of […]

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Astronomers Find Invisible Galaxies That Change Everything We Know About Science

Ok, so here’s some space 101 for you. You know what a planet is, right? You’re sitting on one at this moment in time. It’s Earth, your home. We are the third rock from the sun. The first is Mercury, ‘cos he’s closest to that energy giver, the Sun. Our family is called the Solar […]

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Rocket Science in 60 Seconds: What Makes the SLS Rocket So Unique?

Hi, my name is Erika Alverez and I’m a Lead Systems Engineer at Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville Alabama. And this is Rocket Science in 60 seconds. ♪♪♪♪ I lead a team of engineers and analyst that ensure that NASA’s Space Launch System meets a variety of mission requirements. ♪♪♪♪ SLS is the most […]

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