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NASA Live: Earth Views from the Space Station

Currently, live views from the International Space Station (ISS) are streaming from an external camera mounted on the ISS module called Node 2. Node 2 is located on the forward part of the ISS. The camera is looking forward at an angle so that the International Docking Adapter 2 (IDA2) is visible. If the Node 2 camera is not available due to operational considerations for a longer period of time, a continuous loop of recorded HDEV imagery will be displayed. The loop will have “Previously Recorded” on the image to distinguish it from the live stream from the Node 2 camera. After HDEV stopped sending any data on July 18, 2019, it was declared, on August 22, 2019, to have reached its end of life.

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Jumping From Space! - Red Bull Space Dive - BBC

The moment has finally arrived, it's time for Felix Baumgartner to perform the space dive. Taken from Red Bull Space Dive.

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Kwentong Jollibee Valentine Series 2020: #Space

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Top 10 Most Amazing Space Events of 2019

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StoryBots Outer Space | Planets, Sun, Moon, Earth and Stars | Solar System Super Song | Fun Learning

The StoryBots are curious little creatures who live beneath our screens, offering a world of learning and fun for kids. The Emmy Award-winning “Ask the StoryBots” is now streaming on Netflix!

WHAT IS THE EVERYDAY LIFE OF AN ASTRONAUT IN SPACE LIKE?

YOU WON'T BELIEVE WHAT ASTRONAUTS DO EVERY SINGLE DAY
The everyday life of astronauts in a space station is no different from ours on earth. Sleeping, eating, working, doing sports and personal hygiene are all still part of the daily routine. However, due to zero gravity, these things are associated with some challenges and difficulties and take up more time and require more effort for the astronauts. Being an astronaut is probably the coolest job in the world, but it’s also pretty tough. Would you want to be an astronaut, if you had the opportunity to be one?

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10 Terrifying Facts About Space

Here are 10 fascinating facts about Space that will also terrify you.

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What The Voyager Spacecraft Discovered After 42 Years In Interstellar Space?

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Honey in space

2019-05-14 - CSA astronaut David Saint-Jacques takes advantage of microgravity in space to play with honey. (Credits: Canadian Space Agency, NASA)

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Why There Is Light on Earth But Not in Space

If you’re not a morning person, then you’d probably love living on the moon or out in space! The whole “lack of oxygen” thing aside, a ‘round-the-clock night sky sounds pretty tempting! But why is there so much light on Earth, but almost none once you leave our planet?

You might think that it’s light during the day and dark at night because the Earth spins on its axis, and the Sun illuminates either hemisphere. That’s part of the reason, but it’s more complicated than that. Our star shines on the Moon too, but the sky above it is always black!

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Why is the sky above the Moon is always black? 0:25
Why don’t other stars shine with blazing light at night? 1:42
When we look at the sky, we glance into a very distant past ???? 3:33
Why don’t less distant stars shine as bright as the Sun? 4:09
Where the Big Bang comes into play 6:03
How do we know these black areas exist at all? 6:45

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- The atmosphere surrounding our Earth is full of dust, dirt, gases, and water droplets – which all act like tiny mirrors and reflect the sunlight.
- If you find yourself on the Moon, where there’s no atmosphere, the sky will be black. You’ll be able to see the stars even when the sun is blazing on the surface during the lunar day.
- In the early 19th century, German astronomer Wilhelm Olbers suggested that the reason the sky is dark at night was a dusty veil that hid most of the stars from us.
- Thanks to our fancy powerful telescopes, we now know that it takes light billions of years to get to us from the farthest stars.
- Modern telescopes can show us that the light started its journey to the Earth about 10 billion years ago. The more powerful telescopes get, the further back in time we can see.
- But don’t all those distant stars give at least some noticeable light on this planet? It’d be like switching on a ton of tiny halogen light bulbs. They’re not as bright as one big LED bulb, but they do give off part of its light.
- Space might be empty compared to the Earth’s atmosphere, but there are a lot of gases out there. They move around, form clouds, and serve as a sort of veil hiding most of the light in the Milky Way.
- The theory states that the Universe was born in a Big Bang 13.8 billion years ago. Since that time, everything has been moving away from the point where it all began.
- Sources of light also move away and spread out, which means space is getting darker, and the number of black areas is growing.
- Astronomers think that most of the matter in the universe is invisible, and it looks like black emptiness to the human eye.
- If you remember the electromagnetic spectrum from back in school, you’ll know that visible light is just a tiny sliver of all those wavelengths and frequencies.
- Red, blue, purple, yellow, orange – the whole color wheel depending on which gases make them up!

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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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40 Incredible Facts About Space That Are Easy to Remember

Space exploration is one of the most mind-blowing and intriguing things to do. Did you know, for example, that black holes make sounds? Or that distant galaxies send radio signals? Or that there’s a whole lot of water floating in space? These are just some of the curious sounds and stuff scientists have discovered in outer space.

Space facts are always interesting to learn. We've collected the most amazing facts and recent discoveries about outer space for you including facts about the planets of our solar system, moons, Milky Way, and beyond! By the way, some facts about astronauts are also on the list!

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Saturn’s rings 0:22
Metal snow 0:48
What a light-year is 1:30
Water floating in space 1:50
A perpetual storm 2:25
Color me weightless 2:34
Will we with the Andromeda galaxy? 3:00
Why we see the same side of the moon 3:26
Why you'll never see a black hole 3:50
Office of planetary protection 4:17
How much a spacesuit costs 4:55
The biggest diamond ever is a star 5:21
Space silence 6:13
White hole 6:58
What if you shoot at the moon with lasers 7:22
The most productive scientific instrument 8:20
What an astronomical unit is 8:34
The speed is ISS 8:59
Space Surveillance Network 9:10

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What Happened to Lost Women in Space?

Achille and Giovanni were italian brothers. They were passionate radio operators. In november 1963, they captured a weird signal coming directly from the space.

When they decoded the signal, it was the voice of a female. She was scared; in pain and asking for the help. It's believed that, she was the first female to enter space.

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EPIC Space Shuttle Launch with Matches Chain Reaction

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दूसरी दुनिया में पंहुचा धरती का अन्तरिक्ष यान || Voyager Space Mission Full Documentary

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Voyager 1 is a space probe launched by NASA on September 5, 1977. Part of the Voyager program to study the outer Solar System, Voyager 1 was launched 16 days after its twin, Voyager 2. Having operated for 41 years, 11 months and 7 days as of August 12, 2019, the spacecraft still communicates with the Deep Space Network to receive routine commands and to transmit data to Earth. At a distance of 146 AU (21.8 billion km; 13.6 billion mi) from Earth as of July 11, 2019[3] it is the most distant man-made object from Earth.[4]

The probe's objectives included flybys of Jupiter, Saturn, and Saturn's largest moon, Titan. Although the spacecraft's course could have been altered to include a Pluto encounter by forgoing the Titan flyby, exploration of the moon took priority because it was known to have a substantial atmosphere.[5][6][7] Voyager 1 studied the weather, magnetic fields, and rings of the two planets and was the first probe to provide detailed images of their moons.

After completing its primary mission with the flyby of Saturn on November 12, 1980, Voyager 1 became the third of five artificial objects to achieve the escape velocity required to leave the Solar System.[citation needed] On August 25, 2012, Voyager 1 became the first spacecraft to cross the heliopause and enter the interstellar medium.[8]

In a further testament to the robustness of Voyager 1, the Voyager team completed a successful test of the spacecraft's trajectory correction maneuver (TCM) thrusters in late 2017 (the first time these thrusters were fired since 1980), a project enabling the mission to be extended by two to three years.[9]

Voyager 1's extended mission is expected to continue until about 2025 when its radioisotope thermoelectric generators will no longer supply enough electric power to operate its scientific instruments.
Each Voyager space probe carries a gold-plated audio-visual disc, should the spacecraft ever be found by intelligent life forms from other planetary systems.[89] The disc carries photos of the Earth and its lifeforms, a range of scientific information, spoken greetings from people such as the Secretary-General of the United Nations and the President of the United States and a medley, Sounds of Earth, that includes the sounds of whales, a baby crying, waves breaking on a shore, and a collection of music including works by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Blind Willie Johnson, Chuck Berry and Valya Balkanska. Other Eastern and Western classics are included, as well as various performances of indigenous music from around the world. The record also contains greetings in 55 different languages.
Voyager 2 is a space probe launched by NASA on August 20, 1977, to study the outer planets. Part of the Voyager program, it was launched 16 days before its twin, Voyager 1, on a trajectory that took longer to reach Jupiter and Saturn but enabled further encounters with Uranus and Neptune.[4] It is the only spacecraft to have visited either of these two ice giant planets.

Its primary mission ended with the exploration of the Neptunian system on October 2, 1989, after having visited the Uranian system in 1986, the Saturnian system in 1981, and the Jovian system in 1979. Voyager 2 is now in its extended mission to study the outer reaches of the Solar System and has been operating for 41 years, 11 months and 21 days as of 10 August 2019. It remains in contact through the NASA Deep Space Network.[5]

At a distance of 120 AU (1.80×1010 km) (about 16.4 light-hours)[6] from the Sun as of February 25, 2019,[7] moving at a velocity of 15.341 km/s (55,230 km/h)[8] relative to the Sun, Voyager 2 is the fourth of five spacecraft to achieve the escape velocity that will allow them to leave the Solar System. The probe left the heliosphere for interstellar space on November 5, 2018,[9][10] becoming the second artificial object to do so, and has begun to provide the first direct measurements of the density and temperature of the interstellar plasma.

SPACE IRONMAN KYODAIN (Episode 1)

Earth faces a crucial moment. Forces from planet Dada are attempting to conquer it, turning all mankind into livestock for food and labor.

Young Kenji’s parents and two brothers have been taken away and now he is alone. He is soon attacked by the Dadas, but is saved by a flying saucer, from which two space robots emerge. They are his two brothers, transformed into Cyberoids with computer-controlled brains. They are gifts from Kenji’s father, who has been put to work at the enemy planet’s laboratory.

With the help of the super mechanism and the brotherhood that binds the trio together, Kenji battles against the aggressors.

ISS - International Space Station - Inside ISS - Tour - Q&A - HD

NASA Astronaut Sunita (Suni) Williams gives us the best inside tour of the International Space Station (ISS). How do astronauts live on the ISS? How do they go to the bathroom? How to the eat food? What Kinds of special equipment and technology do they need and use? Is the International Space Station real and not a hoax?

All these questions are answered in this short documentary.

The International Space Station (ISS) which is a space station in low Earth orbit. First launched into orbit in 1998, and now its the largest artificial body in orbit and can often be seen with the human naked eye. The crew can only stay in space orbit for several months maximum, then then must return to Earth. Science experiments are performed. The ISS interior consists of pressurized modules, external trusses, solar arrays, and other components. ISS components have been launched by Russian Proton and Soyuz rockets as well as American Space Shuttles. NASA and many other countries help construct it.

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Astronaut Tips: How to Wash Your Hair in Space | Video

NASA astronaut Karen Nyberg shows how she washes her long hair in space while living in weightlessness on the International Space Station. Hint: No rinse shampoo is a must. Read More:

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