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Saturn’s rings are disappearing

Saturn's rings are disappearing quickly, though 'quickly' is a relative term. With help from decades-old data from Voyager 1 & 2, NASA scientists have determined that Saturn will lose its iconic rings in less than a f...

Emperor penguin chicks defend against a giant petrel

How can a group of emperor penguin chicks protect themselves against predators as they take their first journey to the water without their parents? They create a defensive circle, stand as tall as they can, and peck a...

Rolling frisbee on a frozen lake

While ice skating on Great Pond in Cape Elizabeth, Maine, Falmouth Ultimate coach Shea Gunther filmed his rolling frisbee as it glided on its edge for almost 90 seconds. "I noticed how the wind would catch an errant t...

Soap, water and corn syrup bubbles freezing

Over the course of two years, Barrie, Ontario-based photographer Don Komarechka filmed ice crystals forming across the thin walls of freezing bubbles. In Winter's Magic, he's collected the best clips from over 400 tak...

Making ice cream from a 350-year-old recipe

"To make icy cream... Take three pints of the best cream, boyle it with a blade of mace, or else perfume it with orang flower water..." This begins the 350-year-old recipe for ice cream, "thought to be the earliest re...

Glaciers flow like rivers, a time lapse

Though they look solid and still, gigantic compressed masses of ice called glaciers flow, constantly moving like rivers. In this Secret Life of Ice clip, we see their awe-inspiring shifting with help from a time-lapse...

Can ice on Europa and Enceladus help us find extraterrestrial life?

In the late 1990s, photographs from the Galileo spacecraft showed an ice-covered surface on Europa, one of the Galilean moons orbiting Jupiter. In early 2018, studies of the data reported that "giant jets of water are...

Mars 101: An introduction to the red planet

From its blood-like hue to its potential to sustain life, Mars has intrigued humankind for thousands of years. Learn how the red planet formed from gas and dust and what its polar ice caps mean for life as we know it....

A pilot boards a moving ship in icy Finnish waters

How do you board a huge ship if it doesn't dock? Or even stop? Watch this silent video of a pilot boarding a moving Swedish Orient Line (SOL) ship near the coast of Hailuoto, Finland. The modern ice class 1A super RoR...

FROSTYLAPSE II: Window frost forms in time lapse

Capturing around four to seven hours of real time freezing, each of these clips shows how ice crystals form on a very cold kitchen window. The time lapses were animated from around 55,000 photos in total, taken in Win...

Attempting to create the world’s largest ice carousel

Cut a very large circle into a frozen lake and you may be able to get the ice to spin. It's called an ice carousel, and on April 7, 2018, around 100 people in Sinclair, Maine created a massive one over Long Lake. They...

How To Capture A Scent, an easy science experiment

If you've ever wanted to capture your favorite smell—a rose, cinnamon, a pine tree, a campfire—this easy experiment might be able to help. From Science Friday: Aha! Here's how to capture a scent. With the help of some...

Are there aliens out there?

Life began on the Earth around 3.5 billion years ago. Has the same thing happened somewhere else in the universe? On an icy moon? On a planet in the Goldilocks zone of a distant star? Imagine if hypothetical aliens we...

L’orchestre d’hibernation animaux and how animals hibernate

A flute playing wood frog who freezes. A bassoon blowing painted turtle who (ahem) breathes through its butt. A trumpet blasting common poorwill who falls asleep anywhere, anytime. A harp plucking mosquito who goes in...

The Sound of Ice: Skating on thin black ice makes sci-fi movie laser sounds

This small lake outside Stockholm, Sweden, emits otherworldly sounds as Mårten Ajne skates over its precariously thin, black ice. “Wild ice skating,” or “Nordic skating,” is both an art and a science. A skater seeks o...

Go inside an ice cave to see nature’s most beautiful blue

Where do glaciers and icebergs get their beautiful blue color? This unique blue might be nature’s most brilliant, and the color arises in a very special way thanks to some surprising interactions between light and wat...

1000m beneath the Antarctic ice, where no human has gone before

Travel to the depths of Antarctica, 1000 meters (3281 feet) beneath the ice in a state-of-the-art submersible: The Alucia's Deep Rover. In this BBC Earth clip, we travel with marine biologist Dr. Jon Copley into the A...

Return of the Wood Frog – Invisible Nature

The common wood frog (Rana sylvatica) has an unusual strategy for coping with the cold. While most terrestrial frogs and toads burrow deep underground to escape freezing temperatures when they hibernate, the wood frog...

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