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NASA made this mesmerizing 4K video of the Sun



Launched in 2010, the SDO monitors the Sun 24/7 to better understand how it affects our Earth. To highlight the different temperatures of solar materials, SDO captures footage of the sun in 10 different wavelengths. These sets of wavelengths have been compiled into a video released this week.

The 30-minute film features a soundtrack from German composer Lars Leonhard titled ‘Deep Venture,’ and, as NASA puts it...

This is how the Earth rotates with respect to the stationary stars.



From our perspective looking up at night, it always seems as though the stars are moving across the sky. This video fixes the camera on the (relatively) stationary stars, and shows how it's really us who are moving. It's a really cool trick, and a great video!

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Why Is The Solar System Flat?



From galaxies to Saturn's rings to our solar system, many celestial objects are flat-out flat. But do you ever wonder why that is -- especially when we live in an ever-expanding, three-dimensional universe?


Henry Reich, creator of the YouTube series MinutePhysics, unravels the mystery of why the solar system is flat in a new video -- just check it out above.

Why do we put telescopes in space?


Video by MinutePhysics


Telescopes are placed into orbit around the Earth or are sent farther out into space to get a clearer view of the Universe. There are many different types of space telescopes. Some are used to study a special object like the Sun. Others are used to study the different types of light given off by...

What's the density of the Planets in our Solar System?

From the most dense planet, Earth to the least dense planet, Saturn, in our solar system.


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Credit: Curiosity.com


Watch this video to find out the reason why all the planets have different densities even though all of them are made from the same star.



Starting with the Earth as the size...

Stunning NASA shot shows the International Space Station pass in front of the Sun - ScienceAlert

NASA took this spectacular shot of the International Space Station (ISS) this week as it passed in front of the face of the Sun.

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