The Solar System

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-8 1. Meggey commented 7 years ago

inner child coming out!!!!!!! GAS GIANTS Uranus bhahahahahah
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+2 2. loadrunner commented 7 years ago

Are the planets really arranged in a flat circle? or is it just a scematic.
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+9 3. Gorf commented 7 years ago

They aren't in a flat circle, but it's nearly flat.

It's a shame they added a shadow to the moons then forgot to keep it on the opposite side of the moon to the sun...
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+2 4. Dmitry commented 7 years ago

It's planet Uranus (YU-rey-nus) NOT YOUR ANUS, I admit that it would be really funny for the fourth graders.
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+9 5. velana commented 7 years ago

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+5 6. Sizzlik (admin) commented 7 years ago

#4 say Alpha Q very fast a few times in a row..4th graders will laugh too =)
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-1 7. majais commented 7 years ago

Does not leave me very enthusiastic, this video... :( . It's a great way to make one feel miserable, useless and powerless...
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-1 8. ravishi commented 7 years ago

Lots of great info, however the ending is pretty pointless and depressing. I wonder why most documentaries talking about the sun or the solar system feel the need to mention that these are going to die one day, and make it feel like it might happen next year. We can't even properly imagine the amount of time that we call a billion years. Sure, everything dies at a point but we have other things to worry about today than this. So let's give a cheer to the next documentary that will finish on an optimistic note :)
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+2 9. rufinus commented 7 years ago

oh you pessimists... :D

"So remember, when you’re feeling very small and insecure,
How amazingly unlikely is your birth…
And pray that there’s intelligent life somewhere up in space,
‘Cause there’s bugger all down here on Earth."

from “The Galaxy Song” by Monty Python