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It’s a Bird, It’s a Plane, It’s… Oh Yep That’s a Plane
SciShow – Feb 12, 2020 – 25:35
Our modern skies are filled with these flying tubes as they shuttle hundreds of thousands of people around the world every day, but even more impressive than their numbers is the science and engineering that makes airplanes work. Hosted by: Hank Green.
Galaxies can die?! | Quenching 101
Dr. Becky – Feb 12, 2020 – 21:03
Galaxies are made up of billions of stars. And stars can die. So – does that mean a galaxy can die? Technically yes, if you stop it from making more stars after the old ones have died. Let’s recap some of the processes we think can do that…
Chasing the 1973 Total Eclipse
The History Guy: History Deserves to Be Remembered
Feb 12, 2020 – 9:37
In 1973, the combination of a total solar eclipse with an exceptionally long duration and the new Concorde supersonic transport allowed an unprecedented scientific opportunity. The History Guy recalls when a group of scientists chased the moon’s shadow in an experimental plane. It is history that deserves to be remembered.
Endometriosis: When Uterine Tissue Goes Rogue
SciShow – Feb 13, 2020
While period cramps are never fun, they can actually be debilitating for those with endometriosis – a disease where rogue uterine tissue turns up in places that it doesn’t belong. Like in other areas of the pelvis… or even in the lungs or the brain. Hosted by: Olivia Gordon