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NASA Discovers Mysterious Structure In Solar System!
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It seems that the solar system has been studied inside and out. Our spaceships have visited all of its planets and even managed to take their pictures. But today, we will show you our solar system in a completely new light.

You'll discover secrets that haven't been revealed yet, hear eerie sounds coming from the solar system, see strange objects that frighten and amaze scientists, and even look inside the solar system's bodies!

But let's start from the very beginning - the birth of the sun and the planets orbiting it!

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Chase Allen
Chase Allen ヶ月 前
I love these really long videos! It's so oddly soothing to just listen to space facts. I love putting this on and drawing. Keep making these lol
Henry Rudolph
Henry Rudolph 4 日 前
@XR8 Sprint agreed its written in their charter that they don't have to divulge things for national security
XR8 Sprint
XR8 Sprint 6 日 前
"space facts" far from it to be honest as a lot of it is just guessing. One day they might get it right but no in our life time.
Maria Gonzalez
Maria Gonzalez 6 日 前
lol thats exactly what i was going when i click this video
Nunya _
Nunya _ 11 日 前
Yes. I agree. Please keep making these.
RollerOfJoints
RollerOfJoints ヶ月 前
This is absolutely the best, most interesting, and in-depth space related video I’ve ever had the pleasure of watching! Thanx for putting all this information together for us. I’m subscribed and look forward to more great content.
Greg Marchand
Greg Marchand 9 日 前
You should watch more space content then
Heinz Kot
Heinz Kot 21 日 前
Boon
Clifford Dalton
Clifford Dalton ヶ月 前
Amazing space exploration! thank you for this very informative video. I was glued to it from start to finish. Each part has been described very well [even to the layman]. However, one would need to watch this video multiple times to absorb all of it's content. I am grateful the time and work that has made this video possible. I am very interested in space and especially the milky way I very much look forward to more like this.
R K
R K ヶ月 前
So a light year means we’d have to go at light speed for an entire year, right? And to think that our galaxy alone is 200k light years across. Wow.
Cap10 squadwipes
Cap10 squadwipes 6 時間 前
@Kristin Frost-Rougarou Lazerbeams ur saying human year thats relative an earth year is more accurate if we were on any other planet or a spaceship traveling fast enough a human year wouldn’t be the same as an earth year
Kristin Frost-Rougarou Lazerbeams
​@Rocko's Gaming Logic 😂
Kristin Frost-Rougarou Lazerbeams
Think of light speed sort of like kph but the time period is not measured in an hour, but a whole year. Imagine speeding down the road at light speed. Since our universe is so large, miles per hour would be hard to understand for our brains which have learned to measure speed and distance as km or miles and an hour respectively. Light speed is a measurement of how long something travels per each year we perceive. Ok, so you're barreling down an infinite roadway where you travel a consistent speed, more or less of 168,000 miles per each individual second that you perceive passes. Now imagine the distance is adding up very quickly and your distance traveled at 168,000 miles per second will become a number with a whole lot of zeros very quickly which is beyond our grasp. So to quantify it better, we would measure that information as the distance you'd travel at that incredible speed for each human year that passes. Does that help?
Cap10 squadwipes
Cap10 squadwipes 16 時間 前
@Matt Ball thats what my misses says if only i had that extra 5 percent 🥺
Matt Ball
Matt Ball 22 時間 前
@Cap10 squadwipes even at 95% the speed of light, you would only experience time 1/3 slower, that last 5% makes a huge difference
Mrjoemarc Official
This is why i love about this channel, you always give the best information about our universe and solar system. Our universe is unique and beautiful to discover but at the same time it's the scariest thing ever. Thank you for this great 2 hours long video.
RogerWilco99
RogerWilco99 ヶ月 前
Except everything is so far away that it won't affect you at all unless a super nova occurs within a few light years of Earth (it won't since there aren't any stars large enough to super nova that are that close). But even stars that are over a thousand light years distant can affect Earth with their extremely powerful gamma ray bursts. Not to worry, though. If the gamma ray burst is close enough you won't even know it happened. Because you'll be dead from one second to the next. And worrying about something you can't in any way prevent or prepare for is just a waste of time and energy. So, enjoy life as best you can and don't worry about cosmic events. They'll either happen or they won't. And if they don't, you can celebrate that they didn't end all life on Earth.
Rahmoun Tahar Zakaria
@Bryan Ergau the multiverse 😝
I L
I L ヶ月 前
@Bryan Ergau exactly 🤣🤣
Bryan Ergau
Bryan Ergau ヶ月 前
Our universe is unique compared to what exactly? Unique means different from the others.
Nunya _
Nunya _ 11 日 前
Thanks for posting both measuring systems so viewers don't have go looking up conversions. Also, thanks for a fresh look at the Solar System. Great video :)
Payam Sh
Payam Sh ヶ月 前
Wow, 2 hour video from one of the top JPvid analysts of our universe? Amazing, thanks much for everything you do.
Nile Brixton
Nile Brixton 日 前
Hi @Desinty thank you for making this highly engaging video about the universe. I learned a lot and the video also nudged me to look up published paper for more info. At 1:54:40 the narrator mentions Hydrogen which is consistent with the study published in Nature Communications, 03 FEB 2022, but the video displayed Nitrogen instead. Want to bring this to your attention for other hard of hearing fans watching this video. Same discrepancy of Hydrogen vs Nitrogen at 1:56:42
Hustlers Master Motivation
This channel deserves an award for providing such great value👍🙌❤
Dylan Brassel
Dylan Brassel ヶ月 前
Agreed! By far the best channel on JPvid!
Ch Jr
Ch Jr ヶ月 前
too bad their thumbnails are misleading.
Arlie Sam
Arlie Sam ヶ月 前
His voice deserves an award by itself
Masud Rujel
Masud Rujel 22 日 前
Its crazy how detailed the analysis is on the solar sysyem and the universe, how precisely measurments and figures are given, but we still dont know where water came from.
Todd Lynch
Todd Lynch 2 日 前
it was deposited by asteroids hitting the earth
Gareth Barnett
Gareth Barnett 8 日 前
yeah we do though.
Robert
Robert 8 日 前
it comes from two hydrogen atom and one oxygen atom!
Joe Bushnell
Joe Bushnell ヶ月 前
Wow! This was long and way more information I could digest in 2+ hours. I would love it even more if it could be broken into several episodes that were easier to digest.... Thanks for all your work and effort though. 👌
show me your kitties
Lol pause it and come back after digested 🤣
RogerWilco99
RogerWilco99 ヶ月 前
For some of us this is just a fun review with better graphics (or graphics at all) compared to when we learned this stuff (admittedly some of this was only known within my lifetime - so life has been a great learning experience so far. (I'm 65) When I started learning astronomy neither Voyager had even been launched yet. So, the best photos we had of other planets were the very low res ones from probes sent out by NASA and the Soviets to the moon, Mars and Venus all of which were very low resolution and black and white (to get better resolution) The photos taken by Apollo astronauts in orbit around the moon and then from its surface were amazing to see in all their glory after only having the low resolution and low quality (because of radio noise) images obtained in the 1960s. When you think about it the rise in technology from the 1940s to today is nothing less than astounding. My 95/94 year old parents tell stories about their childhood that makes like today seem like absolute science fiction. Most people back then lived on farms, not in cities. The USA was still very much an agrarian society (the 1930s and 40s) and the "middle class" was relatively new and still pretty small. The rich were even more rare back then with someone being a millionaire about as uncommon as billionaires today. Most people who lived outside cities didn't have electricity in their homes. Most people couldn't afford one of those newfangled things called a TV even if they did have electricity. A dishwasher (a fixture in almost every home in the US today) was someone who got paid to wash dishes. A clothes washer was usually a tub that might have a wringer attached to it with squeeze the water out of the clothing. A "clothes dryer" (also a fixture in almost every US home today) was one or more lines outdoors on which you hung your wet clothes using clothes pins until they were dry. After they dried you had to shake them out because, depending on the water where you lived, they may get very stiff from the minerals in the water. Sheets were routinely "beaten" before taking them down to make them soft enough to sleep on. There were no such things as "fitted" sheets and most mattresses were just stuffed with cotton "batting" and were almost universally uncomfortable and did not have springs in them. Also, most mattresses were not supported by a box of springs. They simply either lay on the floor or on top of a bunch of "slats' in the bed frame. My parents both remember, as kids, being able to see their chickens running around under the house through the cracks in the floors. Their houses were heated by a fireplace burning wood cut from the borders of their fields. My father said his mother cooked their food on an iron stove that burned coal. My mom said they just burned the same firewood as heated the house. Both of my parents' houses were "wallpapered" on every external wall with newspaper, several layers thick to cover up the holes between the boards (and the knotholes) that on cold nights could make it VERY drafty. They remember the water in their bedroom freezing at night during the winter as they slept under several blankets and/or quilts. There was no such thing as central heating. And air conditioning was something only rich people had even heard of. Even when I was a kid in the late 1950s and 1960s, most of those things were no longer true although modern appliances were still a very new thing. We had a dishwasher. We had a TV (one). And until 1969, our TV was black and white. One of my prized possessions in 1965 was my transistor radio. So, not only had technology progressed but American society as a whole had gotten far more affluent than just 20 years earlier. And today, makes my childhood seem extremely poor in comparison. The stories my second wife, who was Rio de Janeiro in Brazil, sound the stories my parents tell about when they were kids. Brazil and many other third world countries are still 20 or more years behind the 1st world countries in terms of both economy and technology even though the rich in those countries live just us here in the US with every piece of technology that we take for granted. It just amazes me how far humanity has come in just 100 years. It also makes me wonder, given the political situation of today if we'll progress anywhere near that in the next 100 years. At my age, I won't be around to see it, nor will my children (both over 40, now). But maybe my grand children and their children will be around to see it. I just hope they have it better than we do today. But I fear that may not come to pass and that humanity may even regress. I hope I'm wrong about that. But I fear for them nonetheless.
Giordon
Giordon ヶ月 前
Rewatch it
MichaelC Copeland Sr
I truly LOVE how it's not 100% impossible for the movie, "Star Trek: the Motion Picture," to actually still happen. Go, Vyger, Go! As it should be
chelsea williams
chelsea williams ヶ月 前
I love the solar system and learning how it works and how it formed
Adam W
Adam W ヶ月 前
As you mentioned that we don't know where our water came from...could it of been helped by the elements within earth's core? Surely our planet had to have an atmosphere before the water was even on the surface of the earth, temperature increases/decreases, then the volume of water greatly increased as time went on..maybe
TreatLynn West
TreatLynn West 23 日 前
@MAPLEMAN81 love your tongue in cheek, some people get soooo reactive, lol...... keep on, keeping on.
Safey Smith
Safey Smith ヶ月 前
@Philip Smi-Le Nguyen I think so too
Safey Smith
Safey Smith ヶ月 前
@Bobbe Well I just learned that Mars once had a magnetic field, so that changes things. That pretty much takes everything I said before, and throws it out the window. Now we are back to square one. I still tend to believe ours and Mar’s water came from extraterrestrial objects (not aliens! 😅), but now I have less at my disposal to back that up. Only that we know many of the comets which come through are full of water. But I too am at the limit of my knowledge on this, and am no expert!
Erik Miller
Erik Miller ヶ月 前
If the outer perimeter of the universe is different than the inside, could this explain laws of physics?
jilo kizito
jilo kizito 29 日 前
The well...can't they progress with the drilling? I'm that curious stalker not interested in throwing stones in the well but seeing it go beyond that level.
nicholas kearney
nicholas kearney ヶ月 前
My brain hurts, but those with a brain and imagination, visualize in their abstract genius, 'events.' This is FANTASTIC. Replay..
Marc Goudreau
Marc Goudreau ヶ月 前
Safonov's' Accretion Model of planetary formation seems the most likely method but no simulation models have been able to create the gas giants with such a theory. Seriously, that's one heck of a hole in our understanding of cosmology... we have so much to learn :)
logicbug
logicbug 2 日 前
@Grant Bennett333 If the Earth is so flat, then where does your crap go without gravity?
Grant Bennett333
Grant Bennett333 ヶ月 前
So much crap....The earth is flat and motionless
Solaris
Solaris ヶ月 前
It's curious that a guy with the attention-span of a goldfish can easily watch an entire episode of Destiny. Thanks guys. You give me good practice.
Filip Belciug
Filip Belciug 27 日 前
That's cause every writer of scripts aims to keep the reader engaged through copywriting techniques. I imagine they used a similar concept for the visuals too
Fguito Fayh
Fguito Fayh ヶ月 前
Lol definitely not a 3 second TikTok
Raidoku The truth
Impressive video only makes you wonder what more can we learn about the universe we live in? Is there more then we realized that could be awaiting discovery?
Venetia Zaharias
Venetia Zaharias ヶ月 前
Sorry about the typo. Typing on this tiny keyboard is a pain in the ass for a typist
Venetia Zaharias
Venetia Zaharias ヶ月 前
Raudiju The truth...yes, there is.
Hal Weilbrenner
Hal Weilbrenner ヶ月 前
Are you kidding. A million times more.
ZX81v2
ZX81v2 ヶ月 前
Great compilation folks ! Enjoyed every bit of this
Darco malfoy
Darco malfoy ヶ月 前
You’re a better science teacher than my science teacher
Dave
Dave ヶ月 前
🤣🤣🤣🤣😂😂😂
nickthelick
nickthelick 23 日 前
What was the mysterious structure in the solar system?! Think I must've missed that?!
Zack 120
Zack 120 ヶ月 前
Very 1st class space video, resourseful, by anonymous heros. 1:04:00 - hope this starship come as soon as possible. 1:05:20 - solar system bodies singing (eerie sounds), esp. Jupiter's auroras 1:10:42 ... 1:26:55 - the birth of 'current' Earth and humanity, including the Moon.
Leroy Russell
Leroy Russell ヶ月 前
But what point do they talk about the "Mysterious Structure?" I need to know if they found the Mass Relay. =)
Dennis Estenson
Dennis Estenson ヶ月 前
1:37:25, I wonder if the light and matter from those supernovae had measurable effects on the genetic evolution of species on earth.
Kiwi Spud
Kiwi Spud ヶ月 前
I have say great work on putting such an amazing amount of information together. You should all be proud of your fine work. Thank you for my brain food!
Hal Weilbrenner
Hal Weilbrenner ヶ月 前
Most objects spin (rotate) & orbit. The gyroscopic effect provides stabilization. It's so remarkable.
Pečko P
Pečko P ヶ月 前
Because maybe we're not on a ball, which is why we call it sea level and not sea curve 😂😂😂😂😂
Lyssa Ford
Lyssa Ford ヶ月 前
best space doc ever watched !! thank you !! amazing 👏 !!
Ray Connor
Ray Connor ヶ月 前
,this is why I believe contact with these neighbors containing any life, ( there would simply have to be many..)..is unlikely because , the distances are just too great, unless a more advanced civilization contacts us. Its interesting there are so many UFO sightings these days. I have not seen any but it intrigues me that it's part of our pop culture now, and if we have been checked out by any, we may be seen as inconsequential or a comedy show, or worse, a Shakespeare tragedy!
Jacob P.
Jacob P. 25 日 前
Don't feel so bad! Reality shows are temporary.. *Shakespeare is timeless.* Lizard Lit Comp students will rhetorically analyze WW, act III for aeons to come!
Sana Shahin Mallick
I am of 15 years in class 10, and i lpve knowing about space. Imanage to takeout time from my studies to see destiny 's video. Thanku destiny u hve given me lot of knowledge and i hope u will give more. Once again thanku
Kepler 186-F
Kepler 186-F ヶ月 前
@nervos. I’m ok mate
nervos.
nervos. ヶ月 前
@Kepler 186-F thanks mate. what about you
Kepler 186-F
Kepler 186-F ヶ月 前
@nervos. I’m glad you’re alright
nervos.
nervos. ヶ月 前
@Kepler 186-F im alright
Kaigi _OW
Kaigi _OW 3 日 前
I wonder, if we had a way to send a stable plasma ray signal that was translatable in human language through space maybe it would be as a long range message since plasma rays can travel more distance if i understood right. Maybe with nuclear power to constantly power it we might maintain it stable for a long time
Charles Johns
Charles Johns ヶ月 前
Eres mejor profesor de ciencias que mi profesor de ciencias.
SETUM
SETUM ヶ月 前
Absolutely love your channel! By the way, can you advice some scient movies like "Journey to the Edge of the Universe" (no humans in action with bla-bla-bla, just space and voice behind the camera)
Time pass!
Time pass! ヶ月 前
@SETUM is this a movie that you mentioned above Not found
SETUM
SETUM ヶ月 前
@Time pass! =\
Time pass!
Time pass! ヶ月 前
I searched it but not found
nickthelick
nickthelick 26 日 前
So moonfarts make light...? 🤔 😜 Also, have seen a Moonbow entirely around the Moon (obviously), and it wasn't a single one, it was a *double* Moonbow, one larger one encircling the first, encircling the Moon! Didn't think they were as rare as he said they were. But saying that, I've never seen another one since then, 15+years ago! 😀
Book Lover
Book Lover 6 日 前
What you saw is called a 'Moon Dog'. It's created by moonlight passing through ice crystals in the upper atmosphere.
Joe George
Joe George ヶ月 前
Love your content. So interesting!
Jonathan Riehn
Jonathan Riehn ヶ月 前
This is arguably the most comprehensive youtube on our solar system mysteries. This one deserves an award. It's clearly a compendium of 20+ videos he could of published seperately.
Darth Forex Vader
Na mate
Eric Brenenstuhl
Eric Brenenstuhl ヶ月 前
It's amazing that for 2 hours, a voice droned on about space stuff saying very few facts and instead shared mostly theories and then continued talking about them as fact. That is not science, it's JPvid content. Spoiler alert, nothing new and mysterious is mentioned...shocking, I know.
Dave Something
Dave Something ヶ月 前
that... was a very long, yet very interesting video. thanks!
Tony DeanDriskell
thumbs up to the content on your channel awesome video.
Drew Stead
Drew Stead 27 日 前
I have to insanely huge points to make, one is that water is simply hydrogenated oxygen. Asking where all the water came from is ridiculous. My second insanely important nugget, most systems have their gas giants closer to the host star, the solar system is an extremist. It's highly likely that there is another undiscovered planet out there that brought in the rocky planets towards the Sun and kicked the gas giants out. Yet, all of the planets including Ceres and Pluto still Kepler's equations from the late 1300s.... P.s. just remembered that scientists announced in 2015 or 16 that our hunt for nibiru shall be completed by 2025.... But with World War 3 Eminent we may never find out. I suspect that they already know where it is and how big it is and they're just not going to tell us until we can actually see it with their own eyes.
Laura
Laura 23 日 前
Interesting
alxxz
alxxz ヶ月 前
No Wait. Isn't that a Borg Cube right there @14:14 ?! :D LoL! I knew it was such a bad idea placing those gold plaques on the Voyager probes pointing directly to the location of Earth! :D
Hannah Shay
Hannah Shay ヶ月 前
One of these days we're going to see something that is able to see back and whatever it's linked to is gonna show up in the skyline lol
revand
revand ヶ月 前
great content 👍
manw3bttcks
manw3bttcks ヶ月 前
1:43:32 "If the space around us was denser, many stars would be invisible" Geez, totally wrong. We can see stars just fine from inside the local bubble to outside. Being outside a local void bubble would not make all the stars invisible or have any significant effect on the number of stars seen
Eugene Chun
Eugene Chun ヶ月 前
What if the void bubble isn't a void bubble but a dense magnetic field bubble?
Tamara Danyal
Tamara Danyal ヶ月 前
What’s terrifying is the fact that what brought life, humans, animals, plants, and everything else to planet earth could be starting or have started somewhere else in the universe where one single planet could be inhabitable. And we might never know about it. So I wouldn’t call anything out of our planet “an alien” because there could be humans somewhere else too that are way too advanced or way too behind.
Taylor Bridges
Taylor Bridges 4 日 前
God created Earth, Us, and everything around us. And yes He created other Intelligent Beings.
Solar 24
Solar 24 ヶ月 前
Incredible cameraman, crazy to go back in time and watch the formation of our solar system
Anonymous Person
Anonymous Person ヶ月 前
If our solar system has been studied inside & out, how is it that we're going to see new things we've never seen before?
Foshizzle Bizz
Foshizzle Bizz ヶ月 前
Instruments and devices that gather data have only gotten more advanced, so we obtain more and more precise information about what’s going on around us
Spot the draco👹biggest crimes against humanity
I remember a sun forming in my back garden once but then I woke up😉✌
Adithyan Ajith
Adithyan Ajith ヶ月 前
"A rock, the size of the earth slammed into Uranus" Everything about Uranus gets me 🤣
Saltysugarbird
Saltysugarbird ヶ月 前
I was looking for a comment like this so I didn’t have to be extremely childish alone 🤣🤣🤣
SYNERGY
SYNERGY ヶ月 前
"Yes, Uranus spins on its side!"
Mad Jim Jaspers
Mad Jim Jaspers ヶ月 前
"Uranus is arguably the most mysterious in our solar system."
Adam W
Adam W ヶ月 前
A rock slammed into Uranus? I think scientists have discovered what "fisting" acting means
ZGDX
ZGDX ヶ月 前
I can’t accept that The Universe in infinite . It’s Life Something’s are hard to accept but it is how it works 🙂
C
C ヶ月 前
It’s because absolutely everything in our lives come to an end at some point, we die, things die, they go away, things on earth are finite. We can’t comprehend it because we know nothing like it
Time Box Bend
Time Box Bend ヶ月 前
The fact that my eye sees the moon is close to earth today or is it just me
Rocko's Gaming Logic
It's just really big, its a lot further away and bigger than people think. But it also goes through phases when its significantly closer to the Earth to appear perceptibly larger. Then it recedes again. On average it is getting further away each year.
Gina InSpades
Gina InSpades ヶ月 前
That was awesome. Thanks!!!
Craig Scott
Craig Scott ヶ月 前
water is the product of microbial processes, hence the oxygenation of the atmosphere. Deuterium is in abundant supply, oxygen not so much but not unavailable in sufficient quantity.
Nathaniel Anderson
What if we could send a robotic craft to Neptune, and gather 50 lbs of liquid diamond, and return it to earth. I bet the possibilities for manufacturing composit materials from such a substance would be endless.
sharon wysocki
sharon wysocki ヶ月 前
When looking through the telescope what is the starting point of the beginning? Are we moving in the direction of all other solar systems and universes?
Rocko's Gaming Logic
The starting point was the separation/division of the physical dimensions. That's long before the cosmic background radiation and it lasted forever. The expansion of space also applies to the expansion of TIME. Physicists neglect to consider that.
Shareluck
Shareluck 8 日 前
So it means that some of these distant lights that we can see from space are heavenly bodies no longer existing due to how light travels right?
Melinda Delaney
Melinda Delaney ヶ月 前
Love the content! I would like to see more!!! 💫
Arktastic
Arktastic 13 日 前
What about photon that’s beyond its threshold horizon entering a black hole ? What would it’s speed be ? What new properties would this highly accelerated photon have ? Could it become antimatter ? Or dark energy
IMEI Unlock LLC
IMEI Unlock LLC ヶ月 前
Great education on the Solar System
Piece D
Piece D ヶ月 前
That sound on the Moon of Jupiter i heard it many times when i was small The Winds beind my house did it I was always scared to go there
Jeffrey Tak
Jeffrey Tak ヶ月 前
Yes I want a video about the birth of our sun. Thank you. 👍 good work keep I up.
ChanCeNecK
ChanCeNecK ヶ月 前
This is so fascinating.....
Xteve Tyler
Xteve Tyler ヶ月 前
Video on ultimate camera resolution telescope imaging predicted limits, like using lunar crater as mirror base? Or matrix of jwst type mirrors in Lagrange points please
Derek Behr
Derek Behr ヶ月 前
PLEASE!! PUT THE CLOSED CAPTION [CC] OR SUBTITLES!! THANKS AND GOOD WORK!!
Damian Sco
Damian Sco ヶ月 前
At 1'09" how do they take this picture? No camera can get to the point where this picture is taken from. So we take what we see from Earth and then computerize a 3D model in the same way automobiles today take a 3-D picture from 2 feet above our car in a 360* pamorama, I would imagine.
Leela Nanjundaiah
Pov: ''You cant get enough science videos''
Steven Slott
Steven Slott 28 日 前
Sol is likely a 3rd generation star. Unlikely 1st or 2nd generation stars could have distributed enough of the heavier elements to the planets orbiting it to support life. A question for you. Do you think the first planet or moon to develop intelligent life had any idea that they were the first?
ᴅᴇ rohan
ᴅᴇ rohan ヶ月 前
Finally one more long video❤️❤️
Idalis Sauceda
Idalis Sauceda ヶ月 前
You know what I hate? The fact how we can suggest there can be another planet that can be “habitual” for humans. Like if it’s easy anytime soon and that this miracle planet that’s ours is invincible and how we can’t just fix this one. How do we treat this one? It’s treatable still and what are we doing to even make it a better place by how we can be better people. 🌎🖐
B
B ヶ月 前
I think they are referring to the sun dying out eventually. So "eventually" we'll need another planet since life on our galaxy could very likely cease to exist at that point
Cats & Roses
Cats & Roses ヶ月 前
It's the mindset of the colonizers.
WhiteWolfos
WhiteWolfos ヶ月 前
There are people excited about places in nearby space that can harbor life and in addition, human life in the future. Fixing our climate issues don't have too much to do about the topic of space exploration. For that, there are other videos and environmental scientists covering these topics. What they have in common will be whatever we learned to change climates as in the future we may theoretically acclimatize those planets/moons.
Natalie P
Natalie P ヶ月 前
2 hours long?! IM IN!
Andrew Maldonado
Andrew Maldonado ヶ月 前
I would love to see a video about the telescope in Chile.
Semirotta
Semirotta ヶ月 前
They seem to constantly find "something strange" in the solar system. :D
dudeinoakland
dudeinoakland 26 日 前
5:48 planets shown as equally sized. Instead relative size should be shown.
Saurav Mukherjee
Saurav Mukherjee ヶ月 前
Excellent information.... I wanna travel to a different planet 🌏 😂😅
Clive Elsworth
Clive Elsworth ヶ月 前
Maybe life on Earth enabled it to keep its water better than the other planets?
STICK O' MEDIA Entertainment
Wow 2 hours, that must have been a lot of research to make a batman length video
Aukele Wainit
Aukele Wainit ヶ月 前
Niceeeee this video led me to go read some materials on nuclear fusion. I wanted to know more about the fusion of hydrogen atoms into helium.
John Draper
John Draper ヶ月 前
Somebody with a powerful lazer can also explain the light flashes.
Schazz Randolph
Schazz Randolph ヶ月 前
Should we try to get Hubble to where we can update upgrade it. Then send it either to orbit or land on Pluto to monitor our galaxy from a new angle. Also look out into the universe with Hubble facing earth and it's background of galaxies and stars. That would be an amazing awesome unique view
Biker Firefarter
Biker Firefarter ヶ月 前
I wonder if someone has to dress you in the mornings. Bless your heart.
Glenn Quagmire
Glenn Quagmire 26 日 前
Tell us about the outermost elements of the sun!
VendettaFlame
VendettaFlame ヶ月 前
31:30 “Astronomers of the past believed something was tugging Uranus” no just no they did not just say that
Peter Laboš
Peter Laboš ヶ月 前
And they found Neptune, but that was not enough as explanation. Some astronomers believed that something is tugging Mercury as well. So called "Vulcan" was finally off the picture with Einstein's theory of relativity. After looking more videos about Planet X, you'll just realize that we do not have enough precise double/triple confirmed data about this part of our star system.
Lossless
Lossless ヶ月 前
@9:45 “Uranus is the oddball” @10:00“A rock the size of earth slammed into Uranus” Lol
Bryson xix
Bryson xix ヶ月 前
I love this i feel like I'm learning so much plus its so exciting hearing were probably not alone in this gorgeous space
xEvilRaptorx
xEvilRaptorx ヶ月 前
The chance that there is some type of life has to be 100% The chance of there being other intelligent life, eh thats probably alot less. The chance of us finding each other and communicating, almost null
Gyetvai
Gyetvai ヶ月 前
You have a point. The universe is extremely expansive and there's definitely life out there other than us humans. There are multiple chances of anything, really.
Eugene Chun
Eugene Chun ヶ月 前
Sounds like the planets are communicating with each other through vibrations frequencies bass and falsettos...bizarre...the planets are expressing themselves...
Zonir Shareef
Zonir Shareef ヶ月 前
Man the animations are so good
David M
David M ヶ月 前
I thought the suns name was Sol and is a sun, one of trillions in the universe
Andrew Bieszk
Andrew Bieszk ヶ月 前
It's great to know that something really big crashed into Uranus 🤣💀🤣
TheRealJesusChrist
“Ah Yes, a new destiny video!” * Sees how long the video is: 😵 *
Shado Man
Shado Man ヶ月 前
The funny thing is, the Earth IS at the center of the universe, but so is Jupiter & Saturn & Pluto. The Milky way galaxy it the center, so is the Andromeda galaxy. The Big Bang was an explosion of space/time not of matter & so space/time is expanding in every direction from every point in space. This makes every point of space the center of the universe & nowhere is the center.
Shado Man
Shado Man ヶ月 前
@Gyetvai Yes I know there is no center, then it depends on your point of view. lol You or I am at the center, but not the center at the same time. One of these crazy physics paradoxes the same as light is a partial or a wave depending how you measure it or Schrödinger's cat. It all comes down to where you are taking the measurement from. lol :) I just though it a fun fact... simplified.
Gyetvai
Gyetvai ヶ月 前
@OCorcoranWork I never said that was wrong.
OCorcoranWork
OCorcoranWork ヶ月 前
@Gyetvai Earth is the centre of OUR universe in the sense that its the only place we exist and perceive everything. Big Bang was also the explosion of matter, where else do you think all the matter of the universe came from?
KimberlyKMitchell
Thank you for your Channel updates God bless you
GateCrasher
GateCrasher ヶ月 前
Let's find planet 9. It definitely exists, maybe it's the sun's dead twin
Turkey Lipstikk
Turkey Lipstikk 14 日 前
How would a rogue planet be habitable from an active galactic core?? I may be mistaken but an active galactic core is what they call a quasar or a super massive black hole consuming surrounding material, if a rouge planet was near that I'm pretty sure the ionizing radiation would leave it completely uninhabitable. Also no mention of the James Webb space telescope? I'm pretty sure that would be the best bet for finding primordial black holes close to us with its infrared instruments similar to how we got the first picture of a black hole recently.
Jacob U
Jacob U ヶ月 前
I like you. Keep it up!
Syrious_ Kash
Syrious_ Kash 27 日 前
9:59 WOW!! That sounds Painful. :-/
Dave Mieze
Dave Mieze ヶ月 前
The thought of the sheer magnitude of this is best left alone.
Bunnytail1
Bunnytail1 17 日 前
What's the difference between flash frozen and freeze dried? Seems like a black hole came behind our sun, absorbed gasses, and our white hole sun popped out planets. Either by freeze drying, or flash freeze. The ejection made the black hole something new or made it project across the universe?
Rotten Apple
Rotten Apple ヶ月 前
This guy is like the planet earth narrator but for space. I wonder if Destiny is the one talking or if the channel hired a great voice actor? 🤔
doof
doof ヶ月 前
This is a very visually beautiful video. So informative. Thank you...
BlackwingRaptorKnights
"A rock, the size of Earth slammed into Uranus." A bit of a pain in the ass, innit?
Jay LM
Jay LM 13 日 前
Could you guys make one on just our probes as well as there's no available documentary on the late heavy bombardment
Vernon Vouga
Vernon Vouga ヶ月 前
I don't want to be the one to make a Uranus joke, but it's so mysterious. I am willing to admit my knowledge of the other pronunciation
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