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Exploring the latest in scientific discoveries from prehistoric life to missions, throw in the known and unknown hazards of deep space physics, … Mars has captivated the space-curious for generations; from scientists who … NASA’s current blueprint for a Martian journey, which the agency … Beyond the physics and technical challenges lies yet another hurdle: the human element. Even in our solar system, scientists discovered new moons, violence in planets’ … The biggest breakthroughs in space, from the farthest object ever … highlighted a “crisis in cosmology” that could require a “new physics.” … to the interstellar space beyond that scientists did not know about until now.

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Jon Bain says:

nothing mysterious about dark matter – it is literally just matter that does not emit light

Jamie arnott says:

Im from the UK and I think most Brits have a favourable view of Canada , OZ,NZ. Hope that CANZUK comes around as it's time is just right!

Tom Wang says:

to pique interest its fine to blow up the unimaginability of the universe i think, but for students it might be more helpful to provide mathematically concrete descriptions of things

Christian For Christ says:

People don't belong in the galaxies. Your too ignorant a species. And it is doubtful other intelligence would want such loose cannons running around in their neck of the stars! Be content to remain in your slum solar system. Don't need space values going down!

KR15nAK says:

There is no evidence to suggest dark matter is, in fact, matter.a better description would be dark gravity since the only way we can detect it is because of its gravitational reactions to regular matter

Greg 5056 says:

I'm, for one, getting tired of all these click-bates. I understand , the author of this video may or may not be a scientist. The video is just a collection of cosmological news, but, please, stop feeding us this usual set of science fiction again and again and again. Never observed "neutron " stars, black holes, stars "stilling" matter from each other, "neutron" star and black hole collisions and so on and on. The telescope registered a flush of energy and our smart scientists immediately deduce exactly what happened and how. Events, like stars collisions, that theoretically can produce a "gravitational" waives, happening every day in the place like Universe. Any one can see what happens when a handful of pebbles thrown into pond. The waves are coming from each pebble, but interfere with each other and it becomes impossible to determine witch wave came from witch pebble. But not for our scientists. Their LIGO detector finally detected something. Immediately they new that it came from 1.3 billion light years away, that it was collision of two black holes and the mass of each of them. Fantastic! Bravo! Bravissimo! Here is a Nobel for all of you. That must be the only "gravitational" wave in entire Universe that traveled 1.3 billion years from there to here and was never interfered by any other wave. Amazing!
But then again. Who cares? It's just an entertainment.

Luke Lopez says:

Left as soon as he said dark matter.
The old theories are dead.
The electric model is here read about ffs

Ray Spears says:

With all the bits and pieces we leave in space, it's about time we take responsibility for the rubbish we leave up there and start cleaning up our skies and space around us.

Ryan Fallon says:

Is this Seth Rogan educating me right now?

Kristian Baidanov says:

im always imagining how some big life form looks at the whole universe from the outside thinking what is happing inside something so small 😀 😀 😀

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viktorvaldemar says:

There is no such thing as a neutron star, which was an invention created to try and explain pulsars with high frequencies. The lighthouse model of pulsars has been proved wrong by many observations including the Vela pulsar.

Cine File says:

I really enjoyed this video and I look forward to watching others that you've produced.

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