Where is The Asteroid Belt?
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Junior Astronaut Camp participants
2021-05-25 – Meet the 52 young Canadians from across the country who will virtually join astronauts, engineers and scientists from the Canadian Space Agency for an exciting week of space training in July 2021. The Junior Astronaut Camp offers a unique chance to learn about space careers as well as the scientific, physical and leadership qualities needed to develop if they strive to participate to a future mission to the Moon.
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Decoded: How do black holes work?
Black holes are dark objects in space that have intrigued scientists for centuries. Studying them is like trying to solve a puzzle made of invisible pieces.
Black holes hide behind a wide surface called the Event Horizon. Nothing that crosses the Event Horizon ever makes it back out. Not even light can escape a black hole’s gravitational force. In his Theory of General Relativity Einstein showed us that what we perceive as gravity is actually the effect of the curvature that an object creates in spacetime. The more massive the object, the bigger the curve hence the more gravity it exerts. At their core, black holes are points where spacetime curves infinitely. This, like dividing by zero, is not mathematically possible. We named this area where our laws of physics and spacetime breakdown the “singularity”. At this point density reaches infinity. This makes black holes capable of storing large amounts of mass in extremely small areas. Supermassive black holes have the diameter of our sun but contain billions of times its mass. Stellar black holes, the smallest type, can pack 3 times the mass of our sun in the diameter of a city. They form when a star with 3 times the mass of our sun or larger, reaches the end of its life. The star runs out of the elements that keep it stable.And collapses on its own gravity. The star implodes and dies in a supernovae explosion. And what remains will either be a neutron star or a black hole. Judging by the number of stars massive enough to collapse into a black hole, scientists believe there may be billions of black holes in our galaxy alone . The Milky Way contains a “few hundred million” stellar black holes and a supermassive black hole at its center called Sagittarius A*. What happens to all the stars and galactic objects that fall into a black hole? Where does the physical information about them go? According to Hawking radiation, a black hole radiates completely random particles around its surface. Through this radiation process, black holes slowly evaporate, until after billions of years they one day disappear. The information and mass of the objects it once absorbed, gone with it. Does the radiation emitted contain quantum information? Do the objects absorbed get transported to another universe? We don’t know, but two fields of science are especially concerned with this question. Astronomy, as black holes could hold information about the origin of the universe. And quantum mechanics, which holds the principle that information can never be lost. Thanks to advances in technology we’ve been able to record gravitational waves caused by black holes colliding, take a picture of a black hole in a distant galaxy and study the activity of the objects and stars that surround them. These exciting discoveries slowly bring us closer to understanding the mysteries that lie beyond the event horizon.
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Planet Rotations for Kids | Solar System Kids Video
Planet Rotations for Kids – Solar System Kids Video? Learn all about the Solar System Planets and their rotation times. Facts video for Kids. Watch as the cartoon planets bring space to life! Which Planet spins the fastest? Which Planet rotates in the opposite direction to the other Planets? Watch as Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune all star in this kid’s video. Each Planet will show you it’s relative rotation speed in comparison to Planet Earth. Whichever your favourite Planet is, you will learn fun, cool facts here! Whether it is about Planets, our Solar System, Galaxy or Universe! These videos are made to entertain and educate kids equally. Each planet in our Solar System is fascinating in its own way. See what makes them such interesting planets in The Solar System, Space and the Universe. Children, families and adults alike, will find these videos about the Solar System, planets and science interesting and fun! As always in Toy Time Town, as well as learning, have lots of fun! Subscribe for free and become a toy-timer: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfNE0mi5DnyXkxGexOej9rQ?sub_confirmation=1 #planetfactsforkids #spaceforkids #planetsforkids #solarsystemforkids #toytimetown Image credit to BornCG - youtube.com/channel/UCdioEctcBLd2nw2aQkl8msw. Additional footage used from Pixabay under pixabay.com/service/terms/license.
What do you want to be when you grow up? Careers in Aerospace - STEM in 30
If you want to be it, you've got to see it. Aviation and space have unified and fascinated individuals from all backgrounds, and the aerospace industry is made of a wide range of careers and people. In this episode meet some of these amazing leaders and follow their path to a career in air and space. This episode brought to you by the generous support of Hexcel. For lesson plans for the episode please visit the STEM in 30 collection on Smithsonian Learning Lab: https://learninglab.si.edu/collections/careers/yOSRVMKrY7mipLsF For more FREE teacher resources from the Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum visit STEM in 30, the museum's Emmy nominated TV show for middle school students: https://airandspace.si.edu/stem-30 Follow STEM in 30 on social media:
What Does Orbit Mean?
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Exoplanets: Weird, Wondrous Worlds
There's a huge amount of variety among exoplanets – planets outside our solar system. There are water worlds, lava planets, egg-shaped worlds, planets with multiple suns, and even planets with no sun at all! What can we learn from all this weird, wondrous variety? What does it tell us about both the exoplanets themselves and our own home planet? Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech
When Was Mars Discovered?
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The Ultimate Guide to Black Holes
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Everything About EARTH | Best Facts About Earth | Dr Binocs Show | Peekaboo Kidz
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What Is the Habitable Zone?
There's a helpful concept we use to help understand what distance from a given star you might expect to find planets with liquid water on their surface – liquid water being essential for life as we know it. It's called the habitable zone. Every star has a habitable zone, but where that zone lies is different for stars of different sizes and brightness. Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech
Who was the First American in Space?
The Russians were the first to send a human in space, but NASA was a close 2nd. Who did NASA send to space first? Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kevinjdebruin/
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Earth Day Q&A with Astronauts in Space | Hosted by Shawn Mendes
Need Earth Day plans? 😎 We’ve got you covered. On April 22 at 11 a.m. EDT, NASA astronauts Mike Hopkins, Shannon Walker, Victor Glover, Mark Vandehei, and Soichi Noguchi of Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency will go LIVE from space for a special Earth focused Q&A with guest host Shawn Mendes! The International Space Station live stream will feature your questions sent in from around the world! Don’t miss this opportunity to hear how NASA Earth and astronauts use space to monitor the health of our planet, what life is like on the orbiting lab, and more!
How does spinning change the shape of planets?
Earth is not a perfect sphere, but why? How does spinning change the shape of planets? This science experiment shows what happens when a large spherical body rotates at speed, and is great for an astronomy or school science project.
Does the Moon Have an Atmosphere?
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STEMonstrations: Newton's First Law of Motion
Alongside NASA astronaut Suni Williams, you are invited to watch and learn from NASA astronauts Mark Vande Hei and Jeff Williams as they demonstrate Newton’s First Law of Motion in microgravity aboard the International Space Station. Astronaut Mark Vande Hei shows how an object at rest tends to stay at rest and an object in motion tends to stay in motion unless acted upon by an outside force. Astronaut Jeff Williams shows what happens to objects inside the International Space Station when they experience a reboost. How does this physics phenomena compare to the motion we experience here on Earth’s surface?
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Exoplanet Types: Worlds Beyond Our Solar System
When we describe different types of exoplanets – planets outside our solar system – what do we mean by "hot Jupiters," "warm Neptunes," and "super-Earths"? Since we're still surveying and learning about the variety of worlds out there among the stars, it's sometimes helpful to refer to characteristics they share with planets we're familiar with in our own planetary system. Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech
NASA’s Black Hole Field Guide: Episode 1 - Basic Black Holes
If you’re looking to find some black holes, it’s always helpful to know exactly what you’re looking for! To get started on your black hole hunt, first watch this handy video to learn the basics about these strange cosmic objects. Music: "Perfect Little Monsters" from Universal Production Music Video credit: NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center
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What Is an Exoplanet?
Exoplanets – planets outside our solar system – are everywhere. But why do we study them? What makes them so interesting? At NASA, we're surveying and studying exoplanets to learn all about their weirdness, their variety, and all the fascinating things they can tell us about how planets form and develop. Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech
Why are there eclipses? | Make your own eclipse model
Why do eclipses occur? Show the mechanics of a solar eclipse using household items in our simple DIY astronomy video. This is a great experiment for a school science project, teaching the basics of an eclipse in a classroom, or a fun project to teach kids something new about the Solar System.