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A Long Night In Space: Exploring Neptune And Uranus | space and astronomy

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A Long Night In Space: Exploring Neptune And Uranus | space and astronomy

Are there planets in our solar system on which life is possible when the resources of our home planet Earth are exhausted? In this multi-part documentary, we take a closer look at the characteristics of the various planets.

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NEPTUNE & URANUS - A Traveler's Guide to the Planets | Full Documentary

Got time for a 24 year vacation? Then consider a journey to our most distant planets, the ice giants Uranus and Neptune.

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A Long Night In Space: Exploring Saturn And Venus | space and astronomy

Are there planets in our solar system on which life is possible when the resources of our home planet Earth are exhausted? In this multi-part documentary, we take a closer look at the characteristics of the various planets.

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A Long Night In Space: Exploring Jupiter And Mars | space and astronomy

Welcome to Jupiter, a world so roomy that it could swallow every planet and moon in the solar system and still have room for more. Yet for all its bulk there is nowhere to land, just an infernal drop into a bottomless sky.

Mars is the ruby jewel in our night sky and arguably the hottest travel destination in the Solar System. Here, on the fourth rock from the Sun, is our best chance to step into the rest of the Universe and the most likely place we know to encounter the alien life-forms we might share it with.

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Discovering Neptune – A Planet worth living on? (7/8) | space and astronomy

Are there planets in our solar system on which life is possible when the resources of our home planet Earth are exhausted? In this multi-part documentary, we take a closer look at the characteristics of the various planets.

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Neptune: The secrets of a planet | space and astronomy

Neptune is slightly smaller than Uranus, but still a giant in relation to Earth. It orbits the sun at a distance of four and a half billion kilometres! For one orbit, i.e. one Neptune year, it takes an incredible 165 Earth years! That is much longer than a human life.

So it moves very slowly across our sky and often stays in the same constellation for years. Only in 2011 will it be found again in the place in the sky where it was discovered in 1846.

Neptune, like the other gas planets, consists mainly of hydrogen and helium and some methane. Methane gives it its pretty blue color. Inside it has a solid iron core the size of the Earth.

Because of the large distance to the sun it doesn't get much of its warming rays. Neptune is one of the coldest places in the solar system. Its outside temperature is about -200° Celsius!

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National Geographic Journey To The Planets 5 of 6 Neptune And Uranus

Journey to the Planets aka Voyage To The Planets Have you ever wondered what it would be like to leave Earth? To lose sight of our home planet and go where no human has gone before? Blast-off with Voyage to the Planets: a 6 x 50 minute documentary series exploring the pleasures and pitfalls of travel to the very alien planets of our own Solar System. What strange sights await you? What dangers must you avoid? Voyage to the Planets visits the planets from two very personal perspectives: the direct experience of the people who have sent probes hurtling to all our cosmic neighbours, and the viewpoint of any one of us who might dream of making a trip ourselves. Take a ringside seat to the splendours of the Solar System with Voyage to the Planets: an astronaut's guide to whole new worlds of possibility. A traveller's guide to leaving earth, narrated by Dominic Frisby.

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A Traveler's Guide to the Planets takes you on a tour into the Solar System's Hot Zone to visit the two planets both laying claim to the title of 'Real Hell'. While tiny Mercury blisters in the roasting glare of the Sun, cross over to the dark side and you'll find the temperature plummets over a thousand degrees. Back away from the Sun to cool off and we encounter Venus, our nearest neighbor. Smothered by a climate gone mad, a romantic visit to our sister planet's tortured scenery means diving into an atmosphere hot enough to melt lead, where acid smog eats bare metal for breakfast and the pressure could crush a submarine. What happened to turn our planetary neighbors so astonishingly alien? What can a visit tell us about our own?
- Written by Richard Smith
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Got time for a 24 year vacation? Then consider a journey to our most distant planets, the ice giants Uranus and Neptune. There's only ever been one Earthly visitor to this ice zone, the Voyager mission, launched in 1977. What would it be like to follow in its wake, for a human to undertake one of the greatest journeys in space exploration? How would you get there? What would you see? And would you ever survive? Strap yourselves in for an incredible voyage to the outer Solar System.
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How the Universe Works Uranus and Neptune Rise of the Ice Giants - Full HD Documentary

Uranus and Neptune are mysterious, icy worlds at the edge of our solar system, and new discoveries reveal that these strange planets may have helped start life on Earth.

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Join SciShow Space as we complete our tour of the Solar System planets with the ice giants, Uranus and Neptune.
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Generations of astronomers have attempted to solve the mysteries of Jupiter, the most fierce and extreme planet in the Solar System, and now experts reveal new evidence that could unlock the secrets of why this planet is so strange.

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Neptune - the Second Blue Planet

Approaching Neptune you might be in for a surprise. What awaits you is blue planet which looks a lot like the Earth. But don't be fooled, Neptune is a lot more mysterious than you might think.

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Neptune By It's Nature Is the Most Mysterious Planet in the Solar System

The blue planet, the farthest out in the Solar System, remains one of Earth's most mysterious neighbours, but scientists now know one thing that they hadn't for the past 165 years: the precise length of its day.

Earlier estimates had set that figure at about 16 hours and 6 minutes. But, in a paper in Icarus1, Erich Karkoschka, a planetary scientist at the University of Arizona in Tucson, now pegs it at 15 hours, 57 minutes and 59 seconds.

Determining the day length of rocky bodies such as Mars or Mercury is easy, because scientists can look at their surfaces, in photos or radar images, and track the motion of easily identifiable features.

But Neptune is made mostly of thick clouds of gas, so it has no visible surface. The only visible features are storms, the apparent motion of which results from a mixture of the planet's rotation and shifting weather fronts. Until now, the best estimate of the planet's day length came from radio signals measured during a 1989 flyby by the NASA spacecraft Voyager 2. But studies of Saturn have since indicated that such signals are not as clearly tied to the planet's rotation as was once thought.

Karkoschka went back to basics. Poring over archived images from the Hubble Space Telescope, he found that Neptune has two cloud disturbances, dubbed the South Polar Feature and the South Polar Wave, that seem to be linked to surface features deep beneath the clouds, probably a hot spot on the planet's solid core.

The best analogue is clouds moving over a mountain, says Karkoschka. Each cloud moves, so if you track them you don't get the rotation. But the feature as a whole remains stable.

By painstakingly plotting the positions of the two features in 500 images taken by the Hubble Space Telescope over the course of two decades, Karkoschka was able to pin down the planet's day length to an accuracy of 0.0002 of an hour. To put this into perspective, even with the Cassini probe in orbit around Saturn, the planet's day length is known only with an order of magnitude less certainty, he says.

3D Journey to All the Planets

Let’s assume that people learned how to breathe in space without special equipment and we found a way to reach any planet in the Solar System. So how about to set off on an amazing journey right now? Wanna know what the surface of other planets looks like? Then join us! We're going to set foot on the surface of each planet in the Solar System and the Sun!

The Sun's surface looks like scorched earth, Mercury looks eerily similar to the good old Moon, and Venus turns out to be very different from the bluish planet you saw in pictures! Before landing, you have to get through a super-dense atmosphere that's made up of carbon dioxide. Saturn doesn't have any solid surface at all! Can you imagine that? Its temperature and density change the deeper you go. Interested? Then here are the most intriguing facts about our Solar System, and its planets you probably did not know!

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Sun 0:01
Mercury 1:11
Venus 2:06
Mars 3:14
Jupiter 4:20
Saturn 5:18
Uranus 6:19
Neptune 7:23

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Similarities of Uranus & Neptune : Space & Our Solar System

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Similarities in Uranus and Neptune have to do with the fact that they are both ice giants. Find out about similarities of Uranus and Neptune with help from an experienced science educator in this free video clip.

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Our Solar System's Planets: Neptune

Everything you could want to know about the 8th and last planet from the Sun: Neptune. Real images taken from Voyager 2 and Hubble Space Telescope.

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