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Science Fiction & Fantasy - Science - Page 8 Of 28

NASA: A Black Widow Pulsar Consumes Its Mate

NASA: A Black Widow Pulsar Consumes Its Mate
This video describes the unusual binary star systems known as called "black widow" or "redback" binaries and how they can be detected in our universe.

Where Are We? The Earth is at the Center of Everything

Where Are We? The Earth is at the Center of Everything
What a strange coincidence that the Earth is located smack-dab in the middle of the entire universe. Fraser Cain explains why that's so in this short video.

Bill Nye and the Joy of Discovery

Bill Nye and the Joy of Discovery
melodysheep put together this great video montage to Bill Nye's moving words in which he discusses what makes us who we are the joy we find in looking for answers to where we came from.

An Animated Tour of the Invisible

An Animated Tour of the Invisible
Check out this animated version of John Lloyd's terrifically amusing TEDTalk on "what is invisible."

How to Destroy the Universe

How to Destroy the Universe
Kurzgesagt takes a look at the end of life, the universe and everything in this terrific animated video showing how the universe will end.

What’s The Brightest Thing In the Universe?

What’s The Brightest Thing In the Universe?
Our Sun is a bright object, something like a septillion times brighter than 100 watt lightbulb. Fortunately, it's far away from us. But what's the brightest object in the universe?

Particle Fever: Building the Large Hadron Collider

Particle Fever: Building the Large Hadron Collider
Particle Fever looks to be a fascinating documentary film about the building of one of the most important machines ever: the Large Hadron Collider.

NASA Salutes 10 Years of the Mars Rover Program

NASA Salutes 10 Years of the Mars Rover Program
NASA Administrator Charles Bolden looks back at the ongoing and successful Mars rover program and looks ahead to planned missions to come.

The Rosetta Comet Chaser: Five Things to Know

The Rosetta Comet Chaser: Five Things to Know
The Rosetta "Comet Chaser" is carrying out a mission that has never before been attempted: orbiting then landing on a comet; specifically, 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko.

Recreate the Orbital Path Seen in the Film Gravity

Recreate the Orbital Path Seen in the Film Gravity
Recreate the non-linear orbit of Sandra Bullock and (for part of the time) George Clooney from Gravity in Google Earth.

Virgin’s SpaceShipTwo Reaches New Heights

Virgin’s SpaceShipTwo Reaches New Heights
SpaceShipTwo reached it's highest altitude yet, 71,000 feet, in its third successful rocket-powered flight. Branson says it's still on track for commercial travel this year.

Spoiler Alert: What’s on the Other Side of a Black Hole?

Spoiler Alert: What’s on the Other Side of a Black Hole?
What happens if you jump into a black hole. Fraser Cain puts it this way, "that's like imagining the magical place you go when you jump into a trash compactor."

The BBC’s Timeline of the Far Future: It’s Not Pretty

The BBC’s Timeline of the Far Future: It’s Not Pretty
If you're worried about saving for your future retirement, just look at this timeline and your life will be put in perspective. In 14.4 billion years the Sun will become a black dwarf anyway.
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