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How shadows on other worlds would behave differently than on Earth

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Explore the wonder of light from our star, the Sun, and how Shadows On Other Worlds, like on Venus or a faraway planet orbiting the red star Glise 581, would behave a little differently than they do here on Earth.

This educational video is one in a series from The Royal Observatory Greenwich, animated by Beakus.

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Next, watch Newton’s Three Laws of Motion.

Plus, watch more videos about more shadows and light:
• Anamorphic Star Wars Shadow Art
• Eclipses Throughout Our Universe
• How Do We Know How Old the Sun Is?

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