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There's a helpful concept we use to help understand what distance from a given star you might expect to find planets with liquid water on their surface – liquid water being essential for life as we know it. It's called the habitable zone. Every star has a habitable zone, but where that zone lies is different for stars of different sizes and brightness. Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech
Earth is able to support life because it exists within the “Goldilocks zone” in the solar system. But is there also a "Goldilocks Zone" in the Milky Way? And does the Milky Way exist in an especially habitable "zone" of the universe as a whole? In this video, Unveiled discovers just how this particular place in all of the cosmos came to be so suitable for life! This is Unveiled, giving you incredible answers to extraordinary questions! Find more amazing videos for your curiosity here: Did Another Universe Exist Before This One? - 🤍 Are Aliens Hiding on Planet Earth? - 🤍 Are you constantly curious? Then subscribe for more from Unveiled ► 🤍 #Universe #Space #Interstellar #GoldilocksZone #Amazing #SETI #NASA
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Start building your ideal daily routine The first 100 people who click on the link will get 25% OFF Fabulous Premium 🤍 Make room, earthling. We’re moving the other planets in our Solar System into our planetary neck of the woods. Would all the planets fit into this Goldilocks zone? What kinds of gravitational chaos would this cause? And could this mean life would exist on the other planets? Transcript and sources: 🤍 00:00 Goldilocks Zone and all the planets of the Solar System. 00:38 Liquid water and what the habitable zone has to do with it. 03:12 How would we arrange the planets within the Goldilocks Zone? 06:15 New Solar System arrangement and 'planet hopping'. Questions or concerns? Contact us at 🤍 Get our 100 best episodes in one mind-blowing book: 🤍 Join this channel to get access to perks: 🤍 Check out our other shows: How to Survive: 🤍 Your Body on: 🤍 Crazy Creatures: 🤍 Watch more what-if scenarios: Planet Earth: 🤍 The Cosmos: 🤍 Technology: 🤍 Your Body: 🤍 Humanity: 🤍 T-shirts and merch: 🤍 Suggest an episode: 🤍 Newsletter: 🤍 What If elsewhere: Instagram: 🤍 Discord: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 What If in Spanish: 🤍 What If in Mandarin: 🤍 Podcast: 🤍 What If is a mini-documentary web series that takes you on an epic journey through hypothetical worlds and possibilities. Join us on an imaginary adventure through time, space and chance while we (hopefully) boil down complex subjects in a fun and entertaining way. Produced with love by Underknown in Toronto: 🤍 Contact us at 🤍 #Whatif #GoldilocksZone #HabitableZone #HabitablePlanet #Exoplanets
Kepler Telescope Found New Planets Better Than Earth ► Subscribe: 🤍 The Kepler Telescope was built for one purpose; to look at a certain patch in the Milky Way in search of exoplanets. The exoplanet hunter observed over hundreds of thousands of stars and discovered thousands of exoplanets during its lifetime.
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Overview of the Goldilocks Zone (Circumstellar Habitable Zone) and how it is essential to life on earth and how it guides for the search for life in the universe. Included are examples of exoplanets in CHZs. Music by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 🤍
Thousands of exoplanets have been discovered, only a select few show promise. Here we look at some of the most habitable exoplanets ever discovered ranked through their similarity to Earth. The result is a list of 16 exoplanets that could one say serve as an Earth 2.0 Music: 🤍 Help support me on Patreon at: 🤍 Follow me on Twitter 🤍theatlaspro Sources / further reading: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍
Exoplanets That Might Be Better Than Earth ► Subscribe: 🤍 Scientists have been finding exoplanets that could be potentially habitable for some time now. There are hundreds of millions of them out there, and more found every day. There isn’t a planet like ours anywhere in the universe that we know of. But now scientists say they have found exoplanets that could be more habitable than the Earth… but do they really exist? We are on social media: 🤍 🤍
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How many habitable planets are there? Water is the basis of life in any part of the universe. So potentially inhabited planets must have liquid water on them to support life. An incredible number of circumstances must come together for this. The planet must be in the habitable zone of the star. A little closer to the star, and the water will evaporate, leaving no chance for oceans and seas to form. This is what happened on Venus. Too far from the star, and the planet becomes too cold. Water can only exist in the form of ice on the surface and there just might be liquid water deep below. Neptune is one example of this. In our galaxy alone, there are countless stars. Really you can’t count on them. Near each of them may be a planet. They are called exoplanets. And some of them may be in the habitable zone and have everything for life to form on them. From a list of 4,500 known exoplanets, scientists have identified 24 that can be superhabitable. This is the type of planet that is suitable for the existence and evolution of life even more than the Earth! #brightside TIMESTAMPS: What makes a planet habitable 0:01 Teegarden b 3:37 Kepler-1638 b 4:11 LHS 1140 b 4:41 TRAPPIST-1 5:22 Kepler-452b 5:51 👉 Proxima Centauri b (the closest exoplanet to us!) 👈 6:24 ❓ Can we colonize them? ❓ 6:54 Music by Epidemic Sound 🤍 Subscribe to Bright Side : 🤍 Our Social Media: Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 5-Minute Crafts Youtube: 🤍 Stock materials (photos, footages and other): 🤍 🤍 🤍 For more videos and articles visit: 🤍
Do you know the story of Goldilocks and the Three Bears? Goldilocks gets into the bears house while they are out - she tries all the porridge left on the table, Papa Bear's porridge is TOO HOT! Mama Bear's porridge is TOO COLD but Baby Bear's is JUST RIGHT! So what's this have to do with exoplanets? Find out in this classroom friendly video. For more FREE teacher resources from the Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum visit STEM in 30, the museum's Emmy nominated TV show for middle school students: 🤍
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They sometimes call it the Goldilocks zone — not too hot, not too cold. The habitable zone is the region of our Solar System where Earth is located since conditions are ideal for maintaining liquid water. But what would happen if every planet moved into the habitable zone, closer to Earth? Watch the full episode here: 🤍 References: What Is the Habitable Zone? - 🤍 How Many Planets Can Fit Inside a Star's Habitable Zone? - 🤍 What Is an Exoplanet? - 🤍 Earth is closer to the edge of Sun’s habitable zone - 🤍 Is Mars habitable? With the right technologies, yes - 🤍 How Many Habitable Zone Planets Can Orbit a Host Star? - 🤍 Dynamical Packing in the Habitable Zone: The Case of Beta CVn - 🤍 Asteroid Mining to Shape the Future of Our Wealth - 🤍 Produced with love by Underknown in Toronto: 🤍 Contact us at 🤍 #Shorts #WhatIf #HabitableZone #GoldilocksZone #Cosmos #SolarSystem #YouTubeShorts #Planets
Earth is in what is known as, "The Goldilocks Zone". Everything must be perfect, remove one item from the equation and earth as we know it does not exist. Just to give you an idea of how rare we are, the odds of all of these conditions coming together in one location for earth to exist are 1/1,000,000,000,000,000. So sorry NASA, but the Red planet, Mars, could not sustain life as we know it. Even if it had provable puddles of water, it could not. Unlike the lie being perpetrated by NASA, that water is all we need to prove life is sustainable, It is well documented that for a planet to sustain human life, certain criteria must be met. Thus the reason that the only water they can claim they found on Mars is in crystals of rock. However, since NASA has been turned into a Muslim outreach program, that also pushes the myth that global warming exists, we are going to need more proof than their computer model to believe that they even found ice crystals on Mars. However, even if they did find water crystals as they claim, there are other factors that would eliminate Mars from ever having had life as we know it. To sustain life that would be as advanced as us on earth, some of the things needing to be in place include, a planet that is just the right distance from the Sun, it must be protected from harmful solar radiation by its magnetic field, it must be kept warm by an insulating atmosphere, and it must have the right chemical ingredients for life, including water and carbon. The processes that shape the Earth and its environment constantly cycle elements through the planet. This cycling sustains life and leads to the formation of the mineral and energy resources that are some of the foundation needed to sustain a modern technological society. We learn from the Bible that; """"The earth was without form, and void; and darkness was upon the face of the deep. And the Spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters. And God said, Let there be light: and there was light."""" Genesis 1:2-3 As for me, my faith in God leaves me to believe that we are alone in the universe. God made us here on earth and no one else, or He would have given us a clue long before secularist scientists questioned His existence. I believe there is more than enough empirical evidence to discount the atheists and the secularist scientists who claim the earth and mankind evolved from nothing. I won't get into a debate over it, because those who disagree will never even accept the evidence. That is why it ultimately takes faith to believe God exists and Christ, His Son, was crucified and died for our sins. He was resurrected to prove that we too will be resurrected to live eternally with Him. All we need do is believe in Him. John 3:16
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Genesis 8:22 = "While the earth remaineth, seedtime and harvest, and cold and heat, and summer and winter, and day and night shall not cease." I'm sure you remember the fairytale of Goldilocks and the Three Bears. Goldilocks tries to eat papa bear's porridge but finds it too hot. So she turns to a second bowl, and it's too cold. Finally she discovers a third bowl of porridge and finds it to be just right, so she eats it all up. Since the 1970s, astronomers have described our own planet as being situated in what they call a cosmic Goldilocks Zone that is just right for life to exist. It is neither too hot nor too cold, neither too far away from the sun nor too close. Years ago, however, NASA noted that the Goldilocks Zone is much larger than they ever expected. "Scientists have found microbes in nuclear reactors, microbes that love acid, [and] microbes that swim in boiling-hot water," wrote NASA. They also observed, "Whole ecosystems have been discovered around deep sea vents where sunlight never reaches and the emerging vent-water is hot enough to melt lead." But now, scientists are once again rethinking their position. Nature magazine reported that "tidal heating shrinks the 'goldilocks zone' and concluded that this "overlooked factor suggests fewer habitable planets than thought." With each new discovery in recent years, the size of the Goldilocks Zone is shrinking. Perhaps one day scientists will realize that only one planet in the universe occupies the Goldilocks Zone … the planet we call home! Prayer: Heavenly Father, thank You for placing the Earth in the exact spot of the universe which is suitable for life. In Jesus' Name. Amen. Notes: 🤍 The Goldilocks Zone, NASA Headline News, 10/2/03. R.A. Lovett, " Tidal heating shrinks the 'goldilocks zone', Nature, 5/8/12. 🤍 * Please pray about supporting this ministry with a tax deductible financial gift of any size at 🤍
NASA's Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) has discovered its first Earth-size planet in its star's habitable zone, the range of distances where conditions may be just right to allow the presence of liquid water on the surface. Scientists confirmed the find, called TOI 700 d, using NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope and have modeled the planet's potential environments to help inform future observations. TOI 700 is a small, cool M dwarf star located just over 100 light-years away in the southern constellation Dorado. It's roughly 40 of the Sun's mass and size and about half its surface temperature. The star appears in 11 of the 13 sectors TESS observed during the mission's first year, and scientists caught multiple transits by its three planets. The innermost planet, called TOI 700 b, is almost exactly Earth-size, is probably rocky and completes an orbit every 10 days. The middle planet, TOI 700 c, is 2.6 times larger than Earth between the sizes of Earth and Neptune orbits every 16 days and is likely a gas-dominated world. TOI 700 d, the outermost known planet in the system and the only one in the habitable zone, measures 20 larger than Earth, orbits every 37 days and receives from its star 86% of the energy that the Sun provides to Earth. All of the planets are thought to be tidally locked to their star, which means they rotate once per orbit so that one side is constantly bathed in daylight. The Spitzer data increased scientists' confidence that TOI 700 d is a real planet and sharpened their measurements of its orbital period by 56% and its size by 38%. It also ruled out other possible astrophysical causes of the transit signal, such as the presence of a smaller, dimmer companion star in the system. While the exact conditions on TOI 700 d are unknown, scientists used current information, like the planet's size and the type of star it orbits, and modeled 20 potential environments for TOI 700 d to gauge if any version would result in surface temperatures and pressures suitable for habitability. One simulation included an ocean-covered TOI 700 d with a dense, carbon-dioxide-dominated atmosphere similar to what scientists suspect surrounded Mars when it was young. The model atmosphere contains a deep layer of clouds on the star-facing side. Another model depicts TOI 700 d as a cloudless, all-land version of modern Earth, where winds flow away from the night side of the planet and converge on the point directly facing the star. Music credit: "Family Tree" from Universal Production Music Read more: 🤍 Credit: NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center Scott Wiessinger (USRA): Lead Producer Chris Smith (USRA): Lead Animator Jeanette Kazmierczak (University of Maryland College Park): Lead Science Writer Gabrielle Engelmann-Suissa (USRA): Scientist Barb Mattson (University of Maryland College Park): Narrator Geronimo Villanueva (Catholic University of America): Visualizer This video is public domain and along with other supporting visualizations can be downloaded from the Scientific Visualization Studio at: 🤍 If you liked this video, subscribe to the NASA Goddard YouTube channel: 🤍 Follow NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center · Instagram 🤍 · Twitter 🤍 · Twitter 🤍 · Facebook: 🤍 · Flickr 🤍
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635 light-years from where you are sitting, way out in outer space, lies a planet. The first planet to be discovered inside the habitable zone of a Sun-like star. Its name is Kepler 22-b. When a planet is located within a star's habitable zone, it means that there is a chance that liquid water exists on its surface. And where there's water, there’s also the possibility of life. Human life. What would the weather be like over there? Transcript and sources: 🤍 00:00 Could this be Earth 2.0? 01:10 Exoplanets 04:10 Kepler 22-b might have an ocean 06:30 Growing plants 08:14 How would we thrive? Questions or concerns? Contact us at 🤍 Get our 100 best episodes in one mind-blowing book: 🤍 Join this channel to get access to perks: 🤍 Check out our other channels: How to Survive: 🤍 Aperture: 🤍 Crazy Creatures: 🤍 Your Body On: 🤍 Origins of Food: 🤍 Versus: 🤍 WTF Did I Just Watch: 🤍 Watch more what-if scenarios: Planet Earth: 🤍 The Cosmos: 🤍 Technology: 🤍 Your Body: 🤍 Humanity: 🤍 T-shirts and merch: 🤍 Suggest an episode: 🤍 Newsletter: 🤍 What If elsewhere: Instagram: 🤍 Discord: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 What If in Spanish: 🤍 What If in Mandarin: 🤍 Podcast: 🤍 What If is a mini-documentary web series that takes you on an epic journey through hypothetical worlds and possibilities. Join us on an imaginary adventure through time, space and chance while we (hopefully) boil down complex subjects in a fun and entertaining way. Produced with love by Underknown in Toronto: 🤍 Contact us at 🤍 #whatif #cosmos #space #nasa #spacex #exoplanet
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Scientists Discovered A Potentially Habitable Super Earth!! ► Subscribe: 🤍 Scientists have been finding exoplanets that could be potentially habitable for some time now. There are hundreds of millions of them out there, and more found every day. There isn’t a planet like ours anywhere in the universe that we know of. But now scientists say they have found exoplanets that could be more habitable than the Earth… but do they really exist? #earth #space #universe #moon #sun
What is Goldilocks Zone? The Goldilocks Zone refers to the habitable zone around a star where the temperature is just right - not too hot and not too cold - for liquid water to exist on an planet. Liquid water is essential for life as we know it. Where we find liquid water on Earth we also find life. "The only life we know about is our carbon-based life, and water plays a crucial part in our own existence, and so it's only natural that we direct our attention to planets in locations capable of having liquid water," Professor John Webb of the University of New South Wales said. There are at least a dozen or so potentially habitable exoplanets, planets which are in varying degrees similar to Earth. "There's plenty of life on Earth and there's plenty of water, but we've yet to find life on other planets even in our own solar system." Looking for planets in the Goldilocks Zone is a way that allows scientists to hone in their search for Earth-like planets that could contain life. Basically, the assumption is that if it's possible there may be liquid water on the planet, then it's also possible that the planet may be habitable. . Follow Us on Instagram : 🤍 Follow Us on Twitter : 🤍 Subscribe Our Telegram Channel For latest News and Astronomy Ebooks : 🤍 Tap here to Listen Our Podcast 🤍 #astronomymemes #astronomyy #astronomylovers #astronomynerd #astronomía #astronomie #astronomia #spacecenter #spacelessgallery #thecosmicevolve #spacephotography #spacetime #spacestation #exoplanet #spaceexploration #spacetravel #physicsonly #nuclearphysics #physicswallah #theoreticalphysics #quantumhealing #quantummechanics #quantumleap #quantumphysics #paralleluniverse #blackandwhiteuniverse #alphauniverse #universe7 #universes #exoplanets
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We've found hundreds of exoplanets in the galaxy. But only a few of them have just the right combination of factors to hold life like Earth's. The weather in your hometown is downright uninhabitable. There’s scorching heatwaves, annual tyhpoonic deluges, and snow deep enough to bury a corn silo. The bad news is planet Earth is the only habitable place we know of in the entire Universe. Also, are the Niburians suffering from Niburian made climate change? Only Niburian Al Gore can answer that question. We as a species are interested in habitability for an assortment of reasons, political, financial, humanitarian and scientific. We want to understand how our own climate is changing. How we’ll live in the climate of the future and what we can do to stem the tide of what our carbon consumption causes. There could be agendas to push for cleaner energy sources, or driving politicians towards climate change denial to maintain nefarious financial gain. We also might need a new lilypad to jump to, assuming we can sort out the travel obstacles. The thing that interests me personally the most is, when can I see an alien? The habitable zone, also known as the “Goldilocks Zone”, is the region around a star where the average temperature on a planet allows for liquid water with which to make porridge. It’s that liquid water that we hunt for not only for our future uses, but as an indicator of where alien life could be in the Universe. Problems outside this range are pretty obvious. Too hot, it’s a perpetual steam bath, or it produces separate piles of hydrogen and oxygen. Then your oxygen combines with carbon to form carbon dioxide, and then hydrogen just buggers off into space. This is what happened with Venus. If the planet’s too cold, then bodies of water are solid skating rinks. There could be pockets of liquid water deep beneath the icy surface, but overall, they’re bad places to live. We’ve got this on Mars and the moons of Jupiter and Saturn. The habitable zone is a rough measurement. It’s a place where liquid water might exist. Unfortunately, it’s not just a simple equation of the distance to the star versus the amount of energy output. The atmosphere of the planet matters a lot. In fact, both Venus and Mars are considered to be within the Solar System’s habitable zone. Venusian atmosphere is so thick with carbon dioxide that it traps energy from the Sun and creates an inhospitable oven of heat that would quickboil any life faster than you can say “pass the garlic butter”. It’s the opposite on Mars. The thin atmosphere won’t trap any heat at all, so the planet is bun-chillingly cold. Upgrade the atmospheres of either planet and you could get worlds which would be perfectly reasonable to live on. Maybe if we could bash them together and we could spill the atmosphere of one onto the other? Tell Blackbolt to ring up Franklin Richards, I have an idea! When we look at other worlds in the Milky Way and wonder if they have life, it’s not enough to just check to see if they’re in the habitable zone. We need to know what shape their atmosphere is in. Astronomers have actually discovered planets located in the habitable zones around other stars, but from what we can tell, they’re probably not places you’d want to live. They’re all orbiting red dwarf stars. It doesn’t sound too bad to live in a red tinted landscape, provided it came with an Angelo Badalamenti soundtrack, red dwarf stars are extremely violent in their youth. They blast out enormous solar flares and coronal mass ejections. These would scour the surface of any planets caught orbiting them close enough for liquid water to be present. There is some hope. After a few hundred million years of high activity, these red dwarf stars settle down and sip away at their fuel reserves of hydrogen for potentially trillions of years. If life can hold on long enough to get through the early stages, it might have a long existence ahead of it. When you’re thinking about a new home among the stars, or trying to seek out new life in the Universe, look for planets in the habitable zone. As we’ve seen, it’s only a rough guideline. You probably want to check out the place first and make sure it’s truly liveable before you commit to a timeshare condo around Gliese 581.
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Lecture No. 28 in the 'Life in the Universe Pandemic Series', a set of short talks for individuals and families isolated at home in the pandemic who would like to learn about some of the interesting questions of our time: How did life begin? Are we alone in the Universe? Will we ever communicate with aliens? This lecture explores what the habitable zone is. Why is it important in the search for extraterrestrial life and what can it tell us? I'm Charles Cockell, Professor of Astrobiology at the University of Edinburgh, Scotland and I hope you'll enjoy these lectures whether you are in the pandemic or not. DISCLAIMER: Please DO NOT use these lectures as a scientific resource! I give them off the cuff without a script. They really are fireside chats. Although I try as hard as possible to be accurate in my facts as best as my feeble brain will allow, I take full responsibility for any inaccuracies. I hope they will stimulate some interest and thought, but I encourage you to go hunting for other sources of information as well if you want to follow up on these lectures!
NASA said its Kepler spacecraft has spotted "Earth's bigger, older cousin": the first nearly Earth-size planet to be found in a "habitable zone."
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Scientists have just discovered an earth-like planet that orbits Proxima Centauri, the nearest Star to our solar system. What makes this discovery even more exciting is the fact that it orbits between the star and the habitable zone, the area around a star where liquid water can exist on the surface of a planet. Welcome to Factnomenal! In today’s video we check out our new little neighbor, named Proxima d, which at only 4.2 light-years away is practically right down the street. And while they prepare to point the James Webb Space Telescope in that direction, let’s take a look at what we’ve learned so far. Buy us a coffee to show your support! 🤍 DON'T CLICK THIS LINK: 🤍 Thanks for watching Factnomenal! 🌎 Subscribe for more space discoveries, space facts, and space in general! 🔔 Hit the bell next to subscribe so you never miss a video! ► For copyright matters, make sure to send us an email to Adam🤍trustedmiddle.com #Factnomenal #Space #Exoplanets
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Kepler-62f with 62e as Morning Star 🤍 🤍 The artist's concept depicts NASA's Kepler misssion's smallest habitable zone planet. Seen in the foreground is Kepler-62f, a super-Earth-size planet in the habitable zone of a star smaller and cooler than the sun, located about 1,200 light-years from Earth in the constellation Lyra. Kepler-62f orbits its host star every 267 days and is roughly 40 percent larger than Earth in size. The size of Kepler-62f is known, but its mass and composition are not. However, based on previous exoplanet discoveries of similar size that are rocky, scientists are able to determine its mass by association. Much like our solar system, Kepler-62 is home to two habitable zone worlds. The small shining object seen to the right of Kepler-62f is Kepler-62e. Orbiting on the inner edge of the habitable zone, Kepler-62e is roughly 60 percent larger than Earth. Image credit: NASA Ames/JPL-Caltech Date 28 March 2013, 13:26:06 Source: 🤍 Author:NASA Ames/JPL-Caltech #planets #space #universe #astronomy #stars #nasa #moon #galaxy #cosmos #science #solarsystem #art #spacex #earth #astrophotography #mars #astronaut #astrology #planet #astrophysics #love #milkyway #physics #saturn #outerspace #nature #galaxies #spaceart #photography #sky#hubble #night #astrology #longexposure #art #blackhole #star #spaceexploration #astronomylover #stargazing #quantumphysics #astronomyphotography #astronomyfacts #deepsky #elonmusk #planet #facts #spacetravel #photooftheday #astronomer #love #galaxies #outerspace #scientist #iss #deepspace #sun #universetoday #spaceart #ig #relaxingmusic
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In the last few years, scientists have discovered thousands of exoplanets - and a lot of them are surprisingly weird. Subscribe and turn on notifications 🔔 so you don't miss any videos: 🤍 Watch part 2, How to find a planet you can't see, here: 🤍 In 1584, Italian friar Giordano Bruno argued that other stars had planets of their own and that those planets had inhabitants. He had no real proof of his claims — they just felt true. But they were heretical enough to get the attention of the Roman Catholic Church. The Inquisition arrested Bruno, put his tongue in a vice, and burned him at the stake. Four hundred years later, the idea of “exoplanets” (the term for planets outside our solar system) had become much more popular. Books, TV, and movies teemed with alien worlds orbiting alien suns. But one thing remained the same. We still had no proof that they existed. Then, in 1995, astronomers discovered 51 Pegasi b — a planet orbiting a sun-like star in the Pegasus constellation. Many scientists were skeptical at first; this planet was almost too strange to be believed. Though it was about the size of Jupiter, it was closer to its star than Mercury is to our sun. Most surprisingly, it completed its orbit in just 4 days. The years that followed brought a trickle of other discoveries, then a flood. New telescopes were sent to space and new computers crunched the data they collected. Today, we’ve confirmed the existence of nearly 5,000 exoplanets, with many more candidates waiting in the wings. Those planets paint a surprising picture of our galaxy. While astronomers once wondered if any stars have planets - now planetary systems seem the norm. 51 Pegasi b wasn’t a fluke — gas giants zipping around close to their stars (nicknamed “Hot Jupiters” or “Roasters”) are actually very common. We’ve also found lots of “super earths” — rocky worlds 2 to ten times bigger than Earth. Our solar system, on the other hand, seems less common than some had imagined. We haven’t found anything quite like it. But … it’s still early. And the data we’ve gathered so far has many scientists feeling confident that somewhere out there, just waiting for our telescopes to swing in the right direction, is a planet like Earth. Presented by the Center for Matter at Atomic Pressures (CMAP) at the University of Rochester, a National Science Foundation (NSF) Physics Frontier Center, Award PHY-2020249 🤍 Any opinions, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect those of the National Science Foundation. Further reading: The ongoing effort to find even more exoplanets 🤍 The discovery of the TRAPPIST-1 system 🤍 A batch of potentially habitable planets 🤍 The Smallest Lights in the Universe - Sara Seager’s memoir 🤍 Giordano Bruno’s trial and execution: 🤍 How we study conditions inside exoplanets here on Earth: 🤍 PLANETARY SYSTEMS OF THE KNOWN UNIVERSE (map): 🤍 Based on a map by Jim Cornmell - 🤍 Make sure you never miss behind the scenes content in the Vox Video newsletter, sign up here: 🤍 Vox.com is a news website that helps you cut through the noise and understand what's really driving the events in the headlines. Check out 🤍 Support Vox's reporting with a one-time or recurring contribution: 🤍 Shop the Vox merch store: vox.com/store Watch our full video catalog: 🤍 Follow Vox on Facebook: 🤍 Follow Vox on Twitter: 🤍 Follow Vox on TikTok: 🤍