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The Hubble Space Telescope is Back and Better Than Ever!

By popular demand, I've created a high definition montage of the latest images released from the upgraded Hubble Space Telescope. Many Space Fans out there wanted a montage of just the music and animations. Well, your wish is my command. Enjoy the eye candy! The Hubble Space Telescope now has a new Wide Field Camera, a repaired Advanced Camera for Surveys and two new spectrographs, making this telescope into an entirely different instrument than it was before. We have so much to look forward to now; an entirely new generation of images will be pouring out of this thing - what I'm showing here is just the beginning. At first, I was against repairing the HST, I wanted resources put into the James Webb Telescope, I'm glad no one listened to me! All animations/video are courtesy NASA/ESA and can be obtained here: http://www.hubblesite.org/newscenter/archive/releases/2009/25/full/ I purchased the rights to use this music from AudioSparx (thanks for the donations Space Fans, it's what made this possible!) and can be found here: Celtic Dawn: http://www.audiosparx.com/sa/summary/play.cfm/sound_iid.239916 Techno Galactica: http://www.audiosparx.com/sa/summary/play.cfm/sound_iid.277201

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Spectacular Solar Tornado.

Awesome sauce!

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Origins - Design in Astronomy with Dr. Danny Faulkner

Danny Faulkner is a creation scientist and educator specialized in Astronomy and Physics currently teaching at the University of South Carolina Lancaster.[1] He has been extensively involved in creation science, serving on the board of directors of the Creation Research Society since 2005.[2] He is also a prolific author, having published a great many articles in secular astronomy journals as well as creationist publications wherein he presents the view of our solar system with all its planets and stars through a biblical perspective. Danny has also written a book on creation cosmology called Universe by Design, and been featured on two educational documentaries. Dr. Faulkner acquired his B.S. in math at Bob Jones University, Greenville, SC in 1976, and later obtained an M.S. in physics in 1979 at the Clemson University, Clemson, SC, and his M.A. in astronomy(1983) along with his PhD in astronomy(1989) at the Indiana University, Bloomington, IN. [3] Danny's primary research interest is stellar astronomy wherein he has done significant studies on Binary Star systems.[4] Visit http://creationwiki.org/Danny_Faulkner to see Dr. Faulkner's publications & other info. About Origins: OriginsWatch as scientists, researchers and authors share relevant facts and thought-provoking evidence supporting creation. Join us for Cornerstone TeleVision's unique program entitled, ORIGINS, and then decide for yourself the truth about your human origins. Website: www.ctvn.org -------------------------------------------- http://originstv.blip.tv/file/4859778/has an icon that leads you this page http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0/ which says: You are free: to Share — to copy, distribute and transmit the work Under the following conditions: Attribution — You must attribute the work in the manner specified by the author or licensor (but not in any way that suggests that they endorse you or your use of the work). Noncommercial — You may not use this work for commercial purposes. No Derivative Works — You may not alter, transform, or build upon this work. Notice — For any reuse or distribution, you must make clear to others the license terms of this work. The best way to do this is with a link to this web page (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0/).

Channels: Stellar astronomy 

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Helmut Jerjen: Tales of stars and stellar systems - part one

In the first of this two-part video Dr Helmut Jerjen tells 'Tales of stars and stellar systems' . The event is part of Mount Stromlo's Centenary Celebrations. Astronomy has arguably had the single largest impact on the development of science, human society and culture over the past 10,000 years. On our journey through space and time we will explore the glorious life of our sun, learn how astrophysical knowledge acquired 100 years ago can help to solve the energy crisis on Earth today, and find out why we should rightfully call ourselves the children of the stars. The discovery of exoplanets is a regular topic in the international news. Dr Jerjen explains how astronomers measure the faint signal from these distant island worlds, show where our place in the Milky Way is, and disclose how the Universe grew a million times bigger on the night of October 6, 1923. Dr Jerjen is a member of academic staff at the Research School of Astronomy & Astrophysics (RSAA) at ANU. As a genuine multi-wavelength astrophysicist he has published over 100 articles in international journals covering topics in the areas of near-field cosmology, stellar populations, galaxy evolution and dark matter. He is the head of the Stromlo Milky Way Satellite Survey team that will make use of the new ANU SkyMapper Telescope to study dark-matter dominated dwarf galaxies in the halo of our Milky Way. Dr Jerjen is passionate about educating future generations of astrophysicists.

Channels: Stellar astronomy 

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Radius of Observable Universe

Radius of Observable Universe

Channels: Stellar astronomy 

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Scale of Distance to Closest Stars

Scale of Distance to Closest Stars

Channels: Stellar astronomy 

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Habitable Planets - and what they mean to us

Why habitable planets like Kepler-22b matter. More information: http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/kepler/news/kepscicon-briefing.html Subscribe to save a kitten. Stalk me: http://Twitter.com/DeanLeysen http://Facebook.com/DeanLeysen Tumblr: http://Tumblr.com/DeanLeysen Music: Brad Sucks (used with permission) Tags: DeanLeysen "Dean Leysen" OGFurious Furious "planets like earth" earth planet cosmos universe space alien aliens "carl sagan" sagan "richard dawkins" dawkins "neil degrasse tyson" tyson cosmology astrophysics kepler-22b kepler discovery discovered science scientific habitable life newton laws "laws of motion"

Channels: Planetary science 

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ESO 20 Richest eXoPlanetary System Ever [HD] Discovered by HARPS (not HAARP!)

~credits video: http://youtube.com/ESOobservatory Astronomers using ESO instruments have discovered a remarkable extrasolar planetary system that has some striking similarities to our own Solar System. At least five planets are orbiting the Sun-like star HD 10180, and the regular pattern of their orbits is similar to that observed for our neighbouring planets. One of the new extrasolar worlds could be only 1.4 times the mass of the Earth, making it the least massive exoplanet ever found. This video podcast explains how these faraway planets were detected and exactly what we know about them. Astronomers using ESO's world-leading HARPS instrument have discovered a planetary system containing at least five planets, orbiting the Sun-like star HD 10180. The researchers also believe the system has two other planets, one of which would have the lowest mass ever found, making the system similar to our own Solar System in terms of the number of planets. Furthermore, the scientists find that the location of the planets follows a regular pattern, as also seen in our own Solar System The team of astronomers used the HARPS spectrograph, attached to ESO's 3.6-metre telescope at La Silla, Chile. HARPS is an instrument with unrivalled stability and great precision, and the world's most successful exoplanet hunter. The astronomers, led by Christophe Lovis from the Geneva Observatory, studied the Sun-like star HD 10180 over a period of six years! This star is located 127 light-years away in the southern constellation Hydrus ("the Male Water Snake"). Thanks to the 190 individual HARPS measurements, the astronomers detected the wobbles of the star caused by five or more planets. The five strongest signals correspond to planets with Neptune-like masses — between 13 and 25 Earth masses — which orbit the star in between 6 to 600 days. The astronomers have also strong reason to believe that two other planets are present. One would be a Saturn-like planet orbiting in 2200 days. The other, having a mass of only about 1.4 times that of the Earth would be the least massive exoplanet ever discovered. This suspected planet is very close to its host star and so it is likely to be very hot. One 'year' on this planet lasts only 1.18 Earth-days! The newly discovered Solar System is unique in several respects. First of all, with at least five Neptune-like planets lying within a distance equivalent to the orbit of Mars, this system is more populated than our own Solar System in its inner region, and has many more massive planets there. Furthermore, the system probably has no Jupiter-like gas giant. In addition, all the planets seem to have almost circular orbits. Dynamical studies of the new system reveal complex interactions between planets and give us insights into its long-term evolution. Using the new discovery as well as data for other planetary systems, the astronomers discovered that the locations of the planets seem to follow a regular pattern — similar to the "Titius-Bode" law that exists in our Solar System. This could be a general signature of how planetary systems form. Another important result is that all very massive planetary systems are found around massive and metal-rich stars, while the four lowest-mass systems are found around lower-mass and metal-poor stars. These properties confirm current theoretical models. There is no doubt that this remarkable discovery highlights the fact that we are now entering a new era in exoplanet science: the study of complex planetary systems and not just of individual planets!! And with HARPS, European astronomers will be a driving force behind this transition. --- ESOcast is produced by ESO, the European Southern Observatory. ESO, the European Southern Observatory, is the pre-eminent intergovernmental science and technology organisation in astronomy designing, constructing and operating the world's most advanced ground-based telescopes. • http://eso.org

Channels: Planetary science 

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Electric Weather (Extd ver) Plasma Cosmology Electric Universe

Electric Weather Plasma Cosmology Electric Universe lightning upper atmospheric lightning elves sprites blue jets auroras aurora borealis aurora australis northern lights astronomy cosmology astrophyics planets stars moons and more climate chage meteorology

Channels: Major questions in astronomy 

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The Electric Universe Pt2 of 4.mpg

Comets in the electric universe/plasma cosmology model, and the implications this has for space and astronomy, and even history. Also see this website for more information on electrical activity associated with comets and some other evidence supporting the electric model; http://www.plasma-universe.com/index....

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Plasma Physics' Answers to the New Cosmological Questions by Dr. Donald E. Scott - Full Video

NASA Goddard presentation by Dr. Donald E. Scott on plasma cosmology (electric cosmology) Watch an exciting layman's tutorial on plasma cosmology here: http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=4773590301316220374# Learn more about plasma cosmology here: http://www.thunderbolts.info/tpod/00current.htm A massive list of reasons why Einstein was wrong and plasma physicists are right: http://knol.google.com/k/einstein-was-wrong-falsifying-observational-evidence-presented#

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The Electric Universe - Chuck Missler - 1/9

Chuck Missler guest speaker at Calvary Chapel of Costa Mesa Creation Science Fellowship 2/12/11 challenging the myths of Science and Astronomy

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The Electric Universe Pt4 of 4

Comets in the electric universe/plasma cosmology model, and the implications this has for space and astronomy, and even history. Also see this website for more information on electrical activity associated with comets and some other evidence supporting the electric model; http://www.plasma-universe.com/index....

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The Electric Universe Pt1 of 4

Comets in the electric universe/plasma cosmology model, and the implications this has for space and astronomy, and even history. Also see this website for more information on electrical activity associated with comets and some other evidence supporting the electric model; http://www.plasma-universe.com/index....

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Thunderbolts the Electric Universe and Plasma Physics

Thunderbolt the Tutorial is about the electrical model of the universe. In the universe plasma makes up 99.99% of everything we can see. Our current model has big flaws that has forced scientist to dream up things that don't exist in order to explain things that we see out there in space. Yet the electrical model can explain most of these things. So why don't we hear about this model? It's not mentioned on TV shows like The Universe or How The Earth Was Made, Discovery Channel, or even PBS, never talk about it, WHY? Electricity, that's why! If the universe has electrical currents flowing thru it, and it does, then it's just a matter of time before we would learn how to harness that energy. You would have to buy a devise that would output the power, but after that it would be free. Imagine being able to drive anywhere you wanted to without having to stop and fill up your tank every 200 or 300 miles. Imagine your home when it's 110 degrees outside, but inside a nice 75 degrees with no electric bill to eat up all your hard earned money. Could it be true? I believe it could, and this would defiantly be a reason for the energy companies to not want this known. _____________________________________________________ Related videos: The truth about dark energy, it's really zero point energy. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EqaLSulA_3I A short 10 min video about the electrical universe and plasma physics. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gPiGWIf3FjA Dr. Chuck Missler on The Electric Universe 1hr 43min lecture. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mxLn06k2ATo Wallace Thornhill on the misconceptions of the electrical universe 13 min. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aa9tsMztZPY Universe - The Cosmology Quest Pt 1 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L6EGpg_BVBg&feature=channel_video_title Universe - The Cosmology Quest Pt 2 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t7uT0JuKT8Q&feature=relmfu ______________________________________ For more informative videos like this one: http://youtube.com/davnxs http://youtube.com/thetruthalwaysaddsup _____________________________________ Now you can add my Playlist to your Channel. Just follow the 6 easy steps below. 1. Click on the link below and find a Playlist you would like to add to your Channel. All the Playlist shown from the link below are either directly one of my Playlist, or someone's that have already saved one of my Playlist to their Channel, or a Playlist they have made themselves that contain a link to a video from my Channel. http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=davnxs%2C+playlist&page=1 2. Once you have found a playlist that you would like to add to your channel, click on the title link of that playlist. You will be taken to the 1st video in that playlist, and a playlist bar will be displayed at the bottom of your browser. 3. On the right hand side of playlist bar, click on the options button and then the Save as a new Playlist button. 4. Enter a Playlist title and a description, and then click on the save button. The Play list is now your Playlist. 5. To display the Playlist on your channel go to your channels home page and click on the Videos and Playlist button. 6. Click on the box for the Playlist that you just created and then the Save Changes button. That's it! The Playlist is now a Playlist on your channel.

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Debunking Misconceptions About the Electric Universe - PART ONE

The first installment in an interview series with members of the Thunderbolts Project. Wallace Thornhill is an Australian physicist. His work on "The Electric Universe" provides the broadest synthesis of electrical principles to date. It offers a new vantage point on solar system history, planetary cratering and scarring, the dynamics of the sun, and the nature of galaxies. Wal is a senior editor for the Picture of the Day feature on www.thunderbolts.info and co-author of The Electric Universe and Thunderbolts of the Gods books. His website is: http://www.holoscience.com

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Nikola Tesla and The Electric Universe

Nikola Tesla and the Electric Universe - The Big Picture. There was more to Nikola Tesla than a brilliant inventor, physicist, and electrical engineer. He was also very much aware of the broader implications for electromagnetism and electrodynamics. http://www.plasmacosmology.net http://www.thunderbolts.info Nikola Tesla, Electric Universe, Conspiracy theories, consp theory, Plasma Cosmology, Electricity in Space, Astronomy, Electric Comets, Hannes Alfven, Kristian Birkeland, Wal Thornhill, David Talbott, Anthony Peratt, aether physics, free energy, zeropoint, consciousness. Music 1. Airwave - Tiesto 2. Sandstorm - Darude 3. Airwave - Tiesto 4. Silence - Delerium

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The Electric Universe

The Thunderbolts Project: sequence from the film 'Thunderbolts'. www.thunderboltsproject.com = DVD's, books, Ebooks www.thunderbolts.info = articles, forums, blogs

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'A Universe From Nothing' by Lawrence Krauss 2009

The Theory of Anything etc

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The Universe is a strange place

About the Lecture Perhaps the universe is not so much strange as brimming with lovely paradox. The search for such beauty seems to lie at the heart of Frank Wilczek’s work. Twentieth century physics, from Einstein through Wilczek’s own Nobel Prize-winning efforts, involves demonstrating the existence of a topsy-turvy reality: for instance, that such sub-atomic particles as quarks and gluons, which have little or no mass, “orchestrate themselves into not just protons and neutrons but you and me,” according to Wilczek. “How is it possible to construct heavy objects out of objects that weigh nothing?,” he asks. Only by “creating mass out of pure energy.” These particles are essentially “excitations in otherwise empty space.” Says Wilczek: “That suggests something …beautiful and poetic: the masses of particles are not like, or similar to or metaphorically suggested by—they are the tones or frequencies of vibration patterns in dynamical voids.” The theory of quarks and gluons and the strong interaction accounts quantitatively for “the mass of protons, neutrons and ultimately you and me and everything around us.” But physics has not yet squared away all aspects of the universe. Wilzcek says that “in cosmology, we meet our match, and don’t know what’s going on.” This is because scientists can’t account for much of the mass in the cosmos. 70% of this mass is in “dark energy,” which is pushing the universe apart. Wilczek hopes that explanations for the dark stuff will emerge through improving equations, unifying theories of different interactions and extending their symmetries. “Beautifying equations leads not to ugly consequences but beautiful surprises,” he concludes.

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Thunderbolts of the Gods

In science one of the best markers for the accuracy of a model or theory is how well it predicts outcomes. This applies not only to future events but can also be applied to existing data. Below is a collection of predictions based on Electric Universe principles, which have been confirmed by observations and data. The link above provides a list of pending predictions.

Channels: Solar astronomy  Stellar astronomy  Galactic astronomy  Extragalactic astronomy  Cosmology 

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Cosmology Quest 2 - Plasma Cosmology - Part 1 of 5

Part 2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wchV5R9NhqY Part one of the second section of the cosmology quest documentary. http://www.universe-film.com/ hannes alfven, eric lerner, anthony peratt, kristian birkeland, charles bruce, halton arp

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Cosmology Quest 2 - Plasma Cosmology - Part 5 of 5

public.lanl.gov www.universe-film.com Hosted at the IEEE: "Two world systems revisited: a comparison of plasma cosmology and the Big Bang" ieeexplore.ieee.org Full text can be read here: bigbangneverhappened.org hannes alfven, eric lerner, anthony peratt, kristian birkeland, charles bruce, halton arp

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Cosmology Quest 2 - Plasma Cosmology - Part 2 of 5

Part 3 www.youtube.com www.universe-film.com hannes alfven, eric lerner, anthony peratt, kristian birkeland, charles bruce, halton arp

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Comets (Extended ver) Plasma Cosmology Electric Universe

Astronomy astrophysics electricty in space cosmology cometary comets deep impact comet halley comet wild 2 comet borrelly comet shoemaket levy 9 Plasma Cosmology Electric Universe Cosmos Wallace Thornhill Anthony Perratt David Talbott meteorites asteroids www.thunderbolts.info www.holoscience.com www.plasmacosmology.net

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