SciShow Space (videos of May & June 2017)

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5:12 What We've Learned from the Dawn Mission So Far The Dawn spacecraft has been exploring the two largest objects in the asteroid belt since 2007, and here's what we've learned so far!
4:02 What We Learned from the Apollo 1 Fire The Apollo 1 fire was a tragedy and a huge wake-up call for NASA, causing them to get much more serious about their safety procedures and technology, and also changed their attitude towards spacefl...
4:21 The Truth About the Sun's 'Twin' and the Dinosaurs Researchers published a paper last month, exploring the possibility that our sun might have once had a stellar twin! Could our solar system have once been a binary, or even a multi-star system? Ho...
5:31 What Studying Earth Can Tell Us About Life on Mars Scientists conduct some pretty cool research experiments for Mars here on Earth. These terrestrial analogues have revealed some incredible discoveries!
Hosted by: Reid Reimers
6:04 Could Life Have Survived in Mars's Ancient Lake? Samples from the Curiosity rover suggest that Mars had a potentially habitable lake in its past, and gravitational lensing has helped scientists weigh a star!
4:39 Mimas: The Real-Life Death Star One of Saturn's moons looks a lot like an infamous planet-destroying battle station from science fiction, but astronomers have some very real theories about the complex crater that gives Mimas its ...
4:51 The Hottest Planet Ever NASA is launching a mission to send a probe into the sun, and it's the first to be named after a living scientist: Eugene Parker and the Parker Solar Probe! Astronomers have found another hot topic...
4:47 How Studying Venus Saved Earth Chlorofluorocarbons, or CFCs, seemed too good to be true when they were first created, and before long astronomers studying Venus' atmosphere discovered what could go wrong with this "miracle molec...
4:18 New Jupiter Weirdness From Juno Astronomers have announced the Juno space probe’s first findings from Jupiter!
Hosted by: Caitlin Hofmeister
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6:00 What We (Don't) Know About Dark Matter Scientists are still working on theories that might help explain what the vast majority of our universe is made of.
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Hosted by: Hank ...
5:02 Why Everyone Was Watching Tabby's Star Last Weekend Tabby's star is at it again. Could it be aliens this time!? Also, astronomers have discovered a planet with the density of styrofoam!
5:32 15 Futuristic Space Mission Concepts in 5 Minutes NASA's Innovative Advanced Concepts program has funded a slew of new space mission concepts! Which one is your favorite?
Hosted by: Hank Green
5:06 Could Water Survive on the Closest Exoplanet? Exoplanets are being discovered in the habitable zone to sustain life as we know it. Could water be found on the closest exoplanet to us?
Hosted by: Caitlin Hofmeister
5:00 How Long Will the Curiosity Rover Last? Curiosity's 23-month-long mission is already approaching the 5-year-mark! How much longer can we hope it will last?
Hosted by: Reid Reimers
5:35 3D Printing Moon Bricks for a Moon Base ESA’s newest printer at the DLR German Aerospace Center in Cologne,
is designing a way to print bricks for a moon base.
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5:16 Why Are There So Many Telescopes in Hawaii? You might have realized that lots of ground-based telescopes are located in Hawaii...but why? It's not just for the beautiful sunsets.
Hosted by: Reid Reimers
5:27 Cassini's Dangerous Dives Through Saturn's Rings The Cassini probe is getting more dangerous assignments as its mission nears its end, and the sun's surface may be simpler than we once thought.
3:54 Did a Planet Escape the Solar System? Astronomers still aren't sure about how our solar system might have formed, but they have simulations to help them get closer to the answer!
Planet 9: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I0thBlCkSdI

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