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Eclipses Throughout Our Universe – Out There

An exercise in cosmic geometry. A reminder that we live on one sphere among many, all moving to the laws of Kepler, Newton and Einstein. The moon’s orbit around the Earth is slightly tilted, so the shadow of the new m...

The stories behind Fahrenheit and Celsius

Fahrenheit (°F) is a unit of measurement for temperature. Daniel Gabriel Fahrenheit (1686–1736) is the inventor of the mercury-in-glass thermometer and the aforementioned scale of measurement. In this Veritasium video...

NASA’s SDO captures the Mercury Transit in time lapse

From 7:12am to 2:42pm ET on May 9, 2016, Mercury passed between Earth and the Sun, a rare occurrence called a transit. NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) captured incredible footage of the closest planet to the s...

Explore The Solar System: 360 Degree Interactive Tour

Tour our solar system in a information-packed, beautifully-animated way, with this 360 Degree Interactive Tour from Crash Course, Thought Café, and Crash Course Astronomy host Phil Plait. Grab your Cardboard VR kit, o...

Mercury Hz: Sound waves passing around & through mercury

From “science on a budget” YouTuber Nick Moore, watch this drop of mercury being vibrated from ~120Hz down to ~10hz. We've seen resonance demonstrated before in Chladni Pattern v...

The Solar System — our home in space

Take a trip through The Solar System — our home in space in this Kurzgesagt animation by information designer Philipp Dettmer.

Departing Earth, a view from Messenger Spacecraft (2005)

On its way to Mercury in August, 2005, eight years ago, Messenger Spacecraft took 358 images with its wide-angle camera over 24 hours, one Earth rotation. The images were brought together in this 13 second time lapse...

Theodore Gray’s Periodic Table Table: A rare collection of elements

Wolfram Research co-founder and author Theo Gray has made the most amazing Periodic Table table for his collection of elements! And he’s collected so many in a variety of forms over the...

Sculpting in Solid Mercury using Liquid Nitrogen

Boing Boing Video teams up with PopSci and Theo Gray (in 2009) for an eerily beautiful science experiment — how to cast solid, if fleeting, shapes from normally liquid mercury —...

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