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Geography Now! Ecuador

Hey everybody, say hi to Cindy! She is the only Ecuadorian I know. Wow, I’m so excited to be on Geography Now! This is so cool! Hey Barby, can I…? Go ahead. It’s time to learn geography! NOW!! Hey, everybody, I’m your host, Barby. We’re going straight to the belly button of the planet and …

Discover Ancient Rome in Google Earth

Discover Ancient Rome in Google Earth

>>At Google, we’re very excited to announce the newest layer in Google Earth: Ancient Rome 3D. You can travel back in time to see Rome, Italy, as it was in 320 A.D., and explore Ancient Rome as never before. Let’s start by opening Google Earth and selecting the “Ancient Rome 3D” layer under “Gallery.” In …

The Fermi Paradox — Where Are All The Aliens? (1/2)

The Fermi Paradox — Where Are All The Aliens? (1/2)

Are we the only living things in the entire universe? The observable universe is about 90 billion light years in diameter. There are at least one hundred billion galaxies, each with one hundred to one thousand billion stars. Recently, we’ve learned that planets are very common too. And, there are probably trillions and trillions of …

Aliens under the Ice – Life on Rogue Planets

Aliens under the Ice – Life on Rogue Planets

Rogue planets are planets that travel through the universe alone. They inhabit the dark and vast space between the stars. Drifting alone through eternal darkness, no light warms their surfaces, and they’re exposed to the freezing cold of outer space. They know no seasons, no days, and no nights, which could give away the passing …

Why You Could Never Be An Astronaut

Why You Could Never Be An Astronaut

This video was made possible by WIX. If you’re ready to create a website, head over to wix.com/go/infographics2019 to try out one of their premium plans right now. In the 1950’s, NASA leadership was in the midst of a debate. They were trying to decide what name was best to call the crew of their …

Earth 101 | National Geographic

Earth 101 | National Geographic

– [Narrator] Earth, the only planet known to maintain life. A product of scientific phenomena and sheer chance. This blue speck in space holds the past, present, and future, of our very existence. (instrumental music) Approximately 4.5 billion years ago, the Earth formed from particles left over from the creation of our sun. Gravity drew …

ESS1C – The History of the Earth

ESS1C – The History of the Earth

Hi. It’s Paul Andersen and this is disciplinary core idea ESS1C. It’s on the history of planet earth. And the history of planet earth is literally written in the rocks. And so if we look at those rocks, these are sedimentary rocks, they’re going to be laid down over time. So there’s erosion and deposition. …