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This video explores the sun, comets, and planets in our solar system. It discusses how the sun is essential to life on Earth, and how close it is to dying out. The video also documents the journey of a comet through the solar system, and how it could have had devastating consequences for the planet's inhabitants. However, despite the comet's close shave, it is ultimately only a question of time before it too is destroyed.

  • 00:00:00 Down there, life continues in the traffic is awful, stocks go on trading, and Star Trek is still showing when we return home. If we return home, will it be the same, will we be the same? We have to leave all this behind to dip our toes into the vast dark ocean on to the moon, where dozens of astronauts have come this way before us. Twelve walked on the moon itself, just a quarter of a million miles from home. Three days by spacecraft, Baron Desolate it's like a deserted battlefield, but oddly familiar. So close we've barely left home, Neil Armstrong's first footprints looks like they were made yesterday. There's no air to change them, they could survive for millions of years. Maybe longer than us. Our time is limited, we need to take our own giant leave. 1 million miles, 5 million, 20 million miles were far beyond where any human has ever ventured out of the darkness. A friendly face, the goddess of love Venus, the morning star, the evening star. She can welcome the new day in the east, say good night in the west, and be a sister to our planet. She's about the same size and gravity as Earth. We should be safe here, but the Venus
  • 00:05:00 The video explores the sun and its various properties, explaining that its heat and energy are essential to life on Earth. The video also discusses the sun's role in space and the universe, and how close it is to dying out.
  • 00:10:00 This video documents the journey of a comet through the solar system, from its origins in the icy wastes of deep space to its eventual destruction by the heat of the sun. It shows how close the comet came to crashing into the Earth, and how this could have had devastating consequences for the planet's inhabitants. However, despite the comet's close shave, it is ultimately only a question of time before it too is destroyed.
  • 00:15:00 In this documentary, a journey is taken through the universe, from the earth to Mars and back. It is shown that the earth has been habitable in the past, but has since gone through a process of shutting down. Mars is shown to be a giant fossil, and the possibility is raised that there is life there. Back on Earth, it is shown that some creatures can survive in extreme cold temperatures, heat, and even deep ocean trenches. It is suggested that life is a virus and that it adapts and spreads in any environment. The documentary ends with the revelation that the Grand Canyon was once a riverbed and that volcanoes may still be melting ice creating water. The hunt for life is spearheaded by a humble rover, Opportunity, which is finding evidence that Mars was once a planet with lakes and oceans.
  • 00:20:00 This video documents the changing landscape of Mars, from its ancient past to its present-day activity. The video highlights the importance of studying Mars in order to better understand our own solar system and the universe as a whole.
  • 00:25:00 This video documents the journey of a spacecraft to Saturn, where it is exploring the planet's rings and moons. The video includes footage of the spacecraft's journey and of the planet and its moons. The video also discusses the beauty and majesty of Saturn's rings and moons.
  • 00:30:00 This video documents the journey of a space probe, called Huygens, through the universe. The probe encounters different planets and moons, including Uranus which has been tilted over by a stray planet, and Titan, which is thought to be the coldest place in the universe. The video ends with a view of the universe from a cliff, showing how far away from Earth we are and how insignificant we feel in the grand scheme of things.
  • 00:35:00 In this documentary, we learn about Neptune and its planet, Triton, as well as the solar system's most chaotic and strange planet, Pluto. We also learn about Voyager 1 and its mission to learn more about our home solar system. Stephen Hawking believes it was a mistake to welcome Earthlings to our solar system, as it has led to us learning more about the strangeness of it all.
  • 00:40:00 The video explores the vast universe, from our distant planet to the stars beyond. It discusses the distances and speeds involved in interstellar space, and the challenges of exploration. It also discusses the possibility of life on other planets in the universe, and the importance of space exploration.
  • 00:45:00 This video documents the search for habitable planets by looking at how close a planet is to its sun, and how much water is on the planet. It also discusses how close Earth came to being destroyed by a comet, and how we know about these planets by tracking the tiny movements of stars.
  • 00:50:00 This video documents the journey of a star being born. The star is born in a nebula, and it is incredibly violent and creative. The star will take thousands of years to disperse.
  • 00:55:00 This video documents the journey of a star as it dies, becoming a white dwarf. It describes how the star's atoms are squeezed together, and how it begins to spin faster. This spinning creates beams of energy that powers the huge cloud of dust and gas that surrounds the star.

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This video documents a journey through the universe, discussing the various objects and phenomena that are found there. The video also covers the history of the universe, from its beginning to the present day.

  • 01:00:00 This video documents the team's journey through the universe and their findings of black holes and star factories. They discuss the dangers and wonders of these sites, and how we have yet to understand all of what exists in the universe.
  • 01:05:00 In this YouTube video, a documentary about the universe, we learn about the dangers of stars going into death throes. We see a hypernova and learn about the shockwave that surges through the star, ripping its outer layers into space. We also learn about the frozen comets that are left behind after a hypernova. Finally, we learn about the inhabitants of our home galaxy, the Milky Way.
  • 01:10:00 This documentary explores the possibility that there are many civilizations in the universe and that dark matter may play a significant role.
  • 01:15:00 This documentary follows the journey of the universe, from the small, up in the sky, to the large, beyond our understanding. As we explore further and further, we see that the universe is within us, and it is comforting to remember that everything is connected. We see the Andromeda galaxy, two and a half million light-years away, racing through space. We see it explode, and we see that it was only caused by another galaxy. This galaxy won't die, it will be reborn, a new, different shape. The universe is full of order, and it's a pattern that is woven through the vast fabric of space. Our journey could be over, but there is still hope.
  • 01:20:00 In this video, an HD documentary, a journey is taken through the universe, from the very beginning to the present day. It is shown that the universe is vast, containing galaxies that are different in appearance than those seen earlier in the video. It is also revealed that the universe is growing smaller, as more and more galaxies are becoming similar in appearance. The documentary then goes back in time to show how the universe began to form, and how it has evolved since then. Finally, it is shown that the universe is growing closer to its end, and that it is only a matter of time before it ceases to exist.
  • 01:25:00 This video explains the history of the universe, from the moment the universe began to the present day. The video also discusses the various objects in the universe and the various sounds and images that can be seen due to the light emitted from them.

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