Thanks To Gaia We Now Know Exactly Where 1.7 Billion Stars Are In The Milky Way
The European Space Agency just dropped an enormous amount of data onto the scientific community. The location and position of 1.7 billion stars in the Milky Way.
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Apologies for the really happy robin singing in the background. 🙂
I love anything to do with stars and space…but uhhh that bird in the background wasn't helping..jus sayin
wat a time to be a flat earther!!! lol
How can you follow the earth around the sun if the sun is in the firmament the sun and moon are in a dome called the firmament with water on the outer side of the firmament the stars are fixed in the firmament only a few stars are free moving the earth is flat and does not rotate the firmament rotates
I'm sorry, professors don't teach with musical background!!!! Please STOP!!
WOW, WOW AND WOW!!!
Exhausted? No. But, I do want to murder those birds.
I appreciate the syncing of audio and rocket simulations. Also when is the next data dump?
Question: When astronomers say, the Milky Was has "100 to 400 billion stars", do they mean the literal number of stars, most of which are tiny red dwarfs? Or do they mean Milky Was has "100 to 400 billion masses of our sun" in the form of stars (which would make a bigger number)?
Great video! I liked hearing the robin 🙂
Program Gaia Sky is worth a look. Strangely the repo for linux mint is up to date. 😉
Go Gaia Go!
Love the happy robin in the background! No apologies needed. Seems like a perfect addition, grounding the cosmic in life on earth.