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Big Stars | How the Universe Works

The sun has been lighting our planet for 4.6 billion years and dominates all life on Earth -- but it's a speck in comparison to the other stars in the universe. | For more How the Universe Works, visit

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The Dark Universe | How the Universe Works

Dark matter and dark energy are locked in an epic battle for control of the cosmos, and the winner will determine the fate of the universe.

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The Shape of Galaxies | How the Universe Works

Why are galaxies spiral shaped? The answer...gravity is needed to shape each galaxy into the structures we know of today. | For more How the Universe Works, visit

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A Star is Born | How the Universe Works

Hydrogen, gravity and time is all it takes to create a star. See this amazing process in action. | For more How the Universe Works, visit

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Finding Something Beyond The Solar System | How the Universe Works

For years scientists thought the Kuiper Belt existed but we couldn't see it. After years of searching, they found a dot; the slow moving object was proof. Subscribe to Discovery TV for more great clips:


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Solar System 101 | National Geographic

How many planets are in the solar system? How did it form in the Milky Way galaxy? Learn facts about the solar system’s genesis, plus its planets, moons, and asteroids.
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Our Solar System's First Known Interstellar Object | How the Universe Works

Interstellar space is the space between the universe's stars, and new discoveries reveal that it's not empty and unremarkable as previously thought.

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Supermassive Black Hole | How The Universe Works

Ever wanted to learn more about supermassive black holes, find out every last details about these huge celestial bodies here.
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Nothing Becomes Everything | How the Universe Works

Good luck getting your mind around what came before the Big Bang, or put another way, when nothing suddenly became everything. | For more How the Universe Works, visit

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Family of Galaxies | How the Universe Works

In 1924, Edwin Hubble discovered that there were more galaxies other than the Milky Way. | For more How the Universe Works, visit

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Galaxies - Ep 3 - How the Universe Works Season 01 [2010] Universe Documentary

Galaxies, home to stars, planets and us, come in all shapes and sizes. Witnesses the evolution of galaxies; from clouds of cold gas floating in the voids of space 13 billion years ago, to the magnificent spirals that fill our night sky.

A Unique Beginning | How the Universe Works

Our moon was created when another planet, known as Theia, collided with Earth. | For more How the Universe Works, visit

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How The Universe Works--Dying Galaxies

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The Loneliest Galaxies in the Universe - Mia de los Reyes - 5/8/2020

There are vast voids in our universe inhabited by only a handful of small dwarf galaxies. Come learn how the formation and characteristics of these dwarf galaxies can tell us important things about galaxy evolution and cosmology as a whole. Start: 0:18; Lecture: 6:32; Expert Q&A Panel: 42:22

Date: May 8, 2020
Lecturer: Mia de los Reyes
Title: The Loneliest Galaxies in the Universe
Abstract: Most of the matter in the universe is located in long and thin structures called cosmic filaments that stretch across the universe in web-like formations. However, some galaxies live in the much emptier spaces between cosmic filaments, called cosmic voids. By comparing the chemical makeup of void galaxies and filament galaxies, we can learn about how galaxies' environments shape their formation and evolution.

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--Mia de los Reyes is a third-year PhD student in Astronomy at Caltech. She studies the chemical composition of small galaxies near the Milky Way. When not confined to her own home, she enjoys rock climbing and aerial silks; given the current state of the world, she's gotten really into cross-stitching and has also started watching Star Trek for the first time. She really hopes you like this talk.

--Dr. Cameron Hummels is a postdoctoral researcher in theoretical astrophysics at Caltech. He creates supercomputer simulations to study the formation and evolution of galaxies since the Big Bang.

--Max Goldberg is a first-year PhD student in Astronomy at Caltech. He studies the orbital dynamics and formation of systems of planets around other stars.

--Nitika Yadlapalli is a second-year PhD student in Astronomy at Caltech. She’s interested in instrumentation in astronomy and currently works on commissioning a new radio telescope at the Owens Valley Radio Observatory.

--Shreyas Vissapragada is a third-year PhD student in Planetary Science at Caltech. He’s interested in observations of planetary evolution and is currently focused on studying atmospheric escape and orbital dynamics.

-- Dillon Dong is a fourth-year PhD student in Astronomy at Caltech. He uses radio and optical telescopes to study the birth and death of massive stars.

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Saturn's Fascinating Mysteries | How the Universe Works

Saturn is second largest planet in the Solar System, featuring a complex system of rings and moons that have captivated us for centuries

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13 Billion Years Ago, This Was Our Universe | How the Universe Works

The Planck telescope peers through space and time into the beginning of everything and captures an image of our universe from more than 13 billion years ago--only 380,000 years after the Big Bang. | For more How the Universe Works, visit

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Huge Number of Galaxies Just Discover, Changing Our Understanding of the Early Universe

Astronomers used the Atacama Large Millimeter Array (ALMA) to identify 39 new galaxies 10 billion light-years away. These findings could helps us understanding of how the early universe worked.

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