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Discovering a New Earth

Discovering a New Earth

This episode of Primal Space is supported by Audible, get 3 months for half price by visiting Audible.com/primalspace or text “primal space” to 500-500. When the Hubble Telescope launched in 1989, it promised to expand our understanding of the universe with every picture it took. After 30 years of service, it did exactly that. From …

Monitoring Pollution

Monitoring Pollution

So just what is in the air we breathe? NASA is about to find out. This is Innovation Now, bringing you stories of revolutionary ideas, emerging technologies, and the people behind the concepts that shape the future. The Tempo, or Tropospheric Emissions: Monitoring Pollution mission will be the first space-based instrument to monitor major air …

The ‘Voice’ Of Our Earth (HD/3D)

Universe is not silent.. Although space is a vacuum, that does not mean there is no sound in it. Sound does exist in space in the form of electromagnetic vibrations. Nearly all types of astronomical objects give off some radio radiation, but the strongest sources of such emissions include pulsars, certain nebula’s, quasars, radio galaxies …

Here’s How We Knew Earth Isn’t Flat ๐ŸŒ

Here’s How We Knew Earth Isn’t Flat ๐ŸŒ

In the mid 20th century we began launching satellites into space that would help us determine the exact circumference of the earth which is 40,030 KM But over two thousand years earlier an ancient Greece man arrived nearly that exact same figure by putting a stick in the ground Batman was Eratosthenes a Greek mathematician …

NASA | Aqua’s AMSR-E Scans Earth’s Water Cycle

NASA | Aqua’s AMSR-E Scans Earth’s Water Cycle

NASA satellites constantly circle the globe, using a range of ingenious instruments to monitor the weather, climate, and biosphere. But just like our eyes, there’s one thing many of them can’t do – see through clouds. Luckily there are a few instruments that are here to help. The AMSR-E instrument is a microwave radiometer That’s …

NASA | NPP and the Earth System

NASA | NPP and the Earth System

Music. Narrator: Earth Science; we should look at it as Earth System Science. There are a lot of interconnecting systems that all require measurements to try to understand. So, if you are looking at the sea surface temperature; how does that relate to the amount of moisture in the atmosphere, which then changes the weather, …

Venus: Sound Of The Earth’s Evil Twin – 4K

Venus: Sound Of The Earth’s Evil Twin – 4K

The sound you hear in this video was recorded on March 5, 1982, (07:00:10 UTC) east of Phoebe Region by the Soviet probe Venera 14. Camera lens cap being ejected off! The second largest terrestrial planet, Venus is also second one from the Sun and the third brightest object in Earth’s sky after the Sun …