This is a first video of a serie where I will try to explain the main lines of the Janus model. In this first part we will examine the actual model of concept, especially in cosmology. This is one of the best portrait we have about the Greek Aristotle who lived in the third century […]
Andromeda Is Colliding with the Milky Way!
Today I’m talking about Andromeda! It’s our nearest galaxy apart from dwarf galaxies. It’s about two-and-a-half million light years away, which sounds like a far way away but it’s not that far, really. We’re actually on a collision course with the Andromeda galaxy. We’re supposed to merge with it in about 4 billion years or […]
6. Milky Way Galaxy Introduction
Welcome back to OpenSpace. This is Carter. I’m going to lead you through a little bit of a tour of the Milky Way Galaxy, thanks to the Digital Universe 3D Atlas datasets. Digital Universe contains the datasets for the Milky Way from various astronomical catalogs, brought together into one, and also the extra galactic or […]
Collimate a Telescope without a Cheshire
Hello in this video I’m gonna be showing you How I collimate my newtonian telescope There are 3 basic steps to collimate a newtonian The first step is to make sure that the Secondary mirror is aligned under the focuser The second is to make sure that the secondary Is aligned towards the primary The […]
Planet X2 for the Commodore 64, The Making Of.
The Kalam Cosmological Argument – Debunked (The First Cause Argument – Refuted)
It’s a big one my friends! The granddaddy of all the First Cause arguments, and an absolute favourite among many apologists… this, is the Kalam Cosmological Argument – Debunked. The history of Cosmological Arguments (or, First Cause Arguments) stretches back to Aristotle and beyond, where they were used to “prove” the existence of gods such […]
The End of the Universe, Part 2 (Selected Scriptures)
Could the Universe End by Tearing Apart Every Atom?
Of all the unlikely ends to the universe the big rip has to be the most spectacular. Galaxies ripped to shreds, Stars obliterated cats and dogs living together and then tragically separated by the infinitely accelerating expansion of space on subatomic scales. Good thing it’s not going to happen… or is it? The universe is […]
How many black holes are in the Milky Way?
Hi, I’m Dhara. I’m an Astronomer here at the Royal Observatory Greenwich and in this week’s Space News, Astronomers have detected 12 black holes around the supermassive black hole at the centre of our galaxy. And although this seems like a small number of black holes detected, it actually provides great support to the theory […]
Is the universe a hologram? The strange physics of black holes | #5 of Top 10 2019 | Big Think
MICHELLE THALLER: Black holes really are kind of getting to the very heart of our physics. And I believe that they’re kind of showing us the way that eventually we’re going to need different physics and new physics. People ask questions like, “What happens inside a black hole?” Or even, “What happens at the very […]