Why These Rovers Will Never Go To Mars

From SciShow Space. It’s nice to think that every rover we land on Mars is totally unique, but isn’t it even nicer to know that they’ve got a twin or even a triplet here on Earth making sure they’re up for the job ahead? Hosted By: Caitlin Hofmeister ———- Huge thanks go to the following…

Could E.T. Really Find Us? | Compilation

From SciShow Space. Being the only observable intelligent life in the universe gets lonely sometimes, so it’s no wonder we’re trying to find something out there to phone home about. Hosted By: Savannah Geary ———- Huge thanks go to the following Patreon supporter for helping us keep SciShow Space free for everyone forever: Jason A…

Fun in the Summer Sun… on Saturn

From SciShow Space. For 13 years, the Cassini probe circled Saturn and sent back fascinating data about the seasons of Saturn as it moved through a 29 Earth year Saturnian year. Hosted By: Hank Green ———- Huge thanks go to the following Patreon supporter for helping us keep SciShow Space free for everyone forever: Jason…

Earth Doesn’t Orbit the Sun

From SciShow Space. Understanding gravity can sometimes be a bit of a balancing act, much like the fundamental laws of physics and how they inform what it is exactly that Earth orbits. Hosted By: Hank Green ———- Huge thanks go to the following Patreon supporter for helping us keep SciShow Space free for everyone forever:…

Mama, Where Do Galaxies Come From?

From SciShow Space. For most of human history, we didn’t know that galaxies were a thing. So over the past century, astronomers have been working to understand how galaxies come to be and how they evolve over time. And for a full decade, there was one telescope helping to light the way. Hosted By: Hank…

Where Are All the Exo-Earths?

From SciShow Space. Scientists have discovered over 5,000 exoplanets in the last few decades, but where are the Exo-Earths? Hosted By: Savannah Gearry ———- Huge thanks go to the following Patreon supporter for helping us keep SciShow Space free for everyone forever: Jason A Saslow, AndyGneiss, and David Brooks! Support SciShow Space by becoming a…

How Saturn’s Moons Could Help Us Live in Space

From SciShow Space. As we continue our search for life out in the universe, it’s important that we leave no stone, or moon, unturned. Hosted By: Reid Reimers ———- Huge thanks go to the following Patreon supporter for helping us keep SciShow Space free for everyone forever: Jason A Saslow, AndyGneiss, and David Brooks! Support…

That Time NASA Recycled a Mars Lander

From SciShow Space. While most spacecraft are designed and built from scratch for one particular mission, the Phoenix Lander was pieced together from previous missions and rose from the ashes…all the way to Mars. Hosted By: Savannah Geary ———- Huge thanks go to the following Patreon supporter for helping us keep SciShow Space free for…

We’re Talking To Aliens

From SciShow Space. We’ve done a lot of searching for life in the universe and we need to continue to if we hope to make contact. But not all of our attempts were expected to succeed. That’s where Beacon in the Galaxy comes in. Hosted By: Hank Green ———- Huge thanks go to the following…

Can We Grow Plants On the Moon?

From SciShow Space. Despite how easy it looks in movies, growing plants on other planets is trickier than you might imagine. Hosted By: Reid Reimers ———- Huge thanks go to the following Patreon supporter for helping us keep SciShow Space free for everyone forever: Jason A Saslow and David Brooks! Support SciShow Space by becoming…

Do Black Holes Have Quantum Hair?

From SciShow Space. We don’t know what happens to stuff when it gets sucked into a black hole, but in the same instance, we don’t know what happens to the black hole. There’s a possibility that sucked up stuff might actually give the black hole “quantum hair”. Hosted By: Reid Reimers ———- Huge thanks go…

What Do You Learn When You Touch the Sun?

From SciShow Space. Though our Sun is something we can count on to rise and set each day, it also comes with some phenomena that can catch us by surprise: solar winds. To better predict when these winds will travel all the way to Earth, we sent the Parker Solar Probe to our big flaming…

That’s Not a Black Hole, It’s a Vampire

From SciShow Space. What was once thought to be a black hole might in fact be a star that feeds on its own kind! Hosted By: Reid Reimers ———- Huge thanks go to the following Patreon supporter for helping us keep SciShow Space free for everyone forever: Jason A Saslow and David Brooks! Support SciShow…

What Will Happen to The ISS?

From SciShow Space. After more than two decades buzzing around above our heads, the life of the ISS will soon be coming to a close. But what does that actually look like? And what does it mean for the future of space experimentation? Hosted By: Reid Reimers ———- Huge thanks go to the following Patreon…

From Optics to Spacewalks: Dr. Ellen Ochoa | Great Minds

From SciShow Space. Dr. Ellen Ochoa is incredible! She published over a dozen papers, co-filed three patents, and was a NASA engineer, all before becoming an astronaut and spending nearly a thousand hours in space. Hosted By: Hank Green ———- Huge thanks go to the following Patreon supporter for helping us keep SciShow Space free…

Two Decades Later, We Know Why the Sun Is a Lava Lamp

From SciShow Space. In 1999, scientists discovered something that took over 20 years to solve. Why do solar flares move like a lava lamp? Hosted By: Hank Green ———- Huge thanks go to the following Patreon supporter for helping us keep SciShow Space free for everyone forever: Jason A Saslow! Support SciShow Space by becoming…

Pioneer 10: Our First View into Outer Planets

From SciShow Space. In the 1970’s, no vehicle had gone beyond the asteroids between Mars and Jupiter, that is until Pioneer 10. Hosted By: Hank Green ———- Huge thanks go to the following Patreon supporter for helping us keep SciShow Space free for everyone forever: Jason A Saslow! Support SciShow Space by becoming a patron…

Black Holes: The Hungriest Things in the Universe

From SciShow Space. If you thought a hot dog eating contest was impressive to complete, imagine if a black hole entered it! They eat up everything around them, including stars! But they’re not just gluttonous blobs of the universe. Like all things in space, they’re a little more complex than that. Hosted By: Hank Green…

An Alternative to Dark Matter?

From SciShow Space. Models of the universe’s early days have only been possible with dark matter as a variable, but we still don’t have proof that dark matter exists. But recently, scientists may have found a way to replicate the results without the presence of the elusive matter. Plus, we’re leaking our DNA out in…