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Inside the Milky Way – National geographic

This video is a National Geographic Documentary Taken from YouTube.

Posted from the DocumentaryPlanetHD YouTube Channel.

This video is Inside the Milky Way National Geographic Documentary and is availabe in 720p HD.

Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZDaFQsdNNgU

Posted by John Diogenous – Edmonton Alberta Canada.

 

Deep Space Toronto Canada BBC Documentary

A documentary from the BBC about discovering deep space.

Description provided by YouTube Video.

Around the world, a new generation of astronomers are hunting for the most mysterious objects in the universe. Young stars, black holes, even other forms of life. They have created a dazzling new set of super-telescopes that promise to rewrite the story of the heavens.


This film follows the men and women who are pushing the limits of science and engineering in some of the most extreme environments on earth. But most strikingly of all, no-one really knows what they will find out there.
Not even drop-dead good looks and boyish enthusiasm could save Brian Cox from the first law of science on TV. No matter how hard you try, you can’t make cutting-edge astrophysics intelligible for the scientifically illiterate. After all, even the scientifically literate barely have a clue what’s going on; and if they do, they don’t always agree. So throughout Wonders of the Solar System, I found myself saying: “I’m sure this is a-m-aaazing, Brian, but I haven’t a clue why.”


Horizon: Seeing Stars showcasing the world’s best telescopes, got round this problem by not bothering to explain the difficult stuff, the basic message of the voiceover being: “This is all really important but I’m not going to say why, as you won’t understand, so just sit back and enjoy the pictures because they are stunning.” This no-nonsense approach was surprisingly effective because it lived up to its billing: the images were breathtaking.

Solar System Exploration – 50 years

Posted by John Diogenous Toronto Canada.

Video Title: National Geographic Live! : Solar System Exploration: 50 Years and Counting

Video is from National Geographic and taken from the NationalGeographic YouTube Channel.

This video celebrates 50 Years of Solar System exploration with Bill Nye – “The Science Guy”. And this documentary looks forward to see what space exploration will look like in the years to come.

 

 

Wonders of the Solar System Video

This Video provided the following description from YouTube:

Here on Earth, the sun appears as a giant ball of light in the sky.

But how does the sun look from other planets in the solar system that are billions of kilometers away?

For more, visit http://science.discovery.com/tv/wonde…

Video from ScienceChannel on YouTube.

- John Diogenous in Ottawa Ontario Canada

A Traveller ‘s Guide to the Planets – Pluto & Beyond

- Posted by John Diogenous in Toronto Ontario Canada

This is an introduction to the planets in our Solar system and beyond. Some of these planets you may never have heard of. I highly recommend watching this video if you want a quick introduction from which you could do some independent research to expand your knowledge.

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Weirdest Planets

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This is a documentary on some of the weirdest Planets found in the UNIVERSE! VERY INTERESTING!

-Posted by John Diogenous in Toronto Ontario Canada

The Universe S02E10 – Constellations

- Posted by John Diogenous in Toronto Ontario Canada

This video discusses Constellations – from the history of constellations to modern day scientific discoveries in astrophysics.

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A Guide To Learn About The Constellation

- Posted by John Diogenous in Toronto Canada.

Video from videojugeducation YouTube Channel.

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