Bizarre Journey to the Outer Solar System DOCUMENTARY BOXSET These Planets Continue to Mystify Us

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DTTV - Quantum Universe

DTTV - Quantum Universe

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Evidence of ninth planet found in outer reaches of solar system ... in the outer reaches of our solar system, US scientists announced on ... and follows a "bizarre, highly elongated orbit in the distant solar system," said ... "Although we were initially quite skeptical that this planet could exist, as we continued to ...
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@jamesrenschen1725
@jamesrenschen1725
Good heavens! This was a neuron firing extravaganza! I watched as if my mouth was agape, during the entirety of this information deluge. I watched this in bits over three evenings. On this third and final night I just kept thinking how I wanted to share this with every curious mind I've met in life. There is so much information I'll have to rewatch this-- but I was nearly in tears with the volume of knowledge I gained watching this story. Thank you for the mind altering and enriching details. I can't wait to share, and rewatch.
@timb6393
@timb6393
As much as I love to watch (and rewatch) a good documentary (from war to history to nature to astronomy), this is the best doc I have ever watched. I would not have been shocked to find Ken Burns had a hand in it, it has so much depth and information. I have watched it 4-5 times this month and look forward to many, many future viewings. Spectacular in every way.
@herrlehrer7508
@herrlehrer7508
"Well, quite wonderfully, we still don't know." So nicely put and I love it when scientists have no problem pointing out that there's things they don't know. Great narration, by the way!
@victor9101
@victor9101
Thanks to the whole team for creating this wonderful documentary.
@timwoodward9799
@timwoodward9799
This was done perfectly. I cannot thank you enough for such a wonderfully drawn out, well explained and very accurately detailed documentary of sorts. I have watched and listened to countless pieces regarding the cosmos and I must say.. none of them have come even remotely close to how well rounded and lengthy and informative that this has been. I have watched this and listened to this probably three dozen times. I often listen to it as I lay down to drift off to sleep but I always started off in a different place. Thank you again.
@randywolken
@randywolken Yıl önce
What a wonderful production. It checks every box on my documentary checklist and adds a new box or two. Thank you so much. I am so tired of the current breed of science documentary that adds very little in the way of new knowledge and relies on CGI to keep the average viewer interested. The 4 hours long time span seems much shorter, because of the entertaining delivery by the narrator and material delivered. Thanks again and I look forward to finding more of this style in the future.
@devonmizar6015
@devonmizar6015
Thanks so much for making this. I watched many videos about the topic covered, but frequently the small details were not covered. The way the information was delivered through the timeline was wonderful, and I loved the connection to the teams that received the info.
@hoaisieu568
@hoaisieu568 21 gün önce
I genuinely, GENUINELY, want more of this. Truly the game of the year
@jimjimmyjam8242
@jimjimmyjam8242 Yıl önce
This video has quickly become my favorite. I have watched it a dozen times now and still find it absolutely fascinating. Thank you so much for sharing this
@anthonyalessi6759
@anthonyalessi6759
Utterly brilliant documentary. Arguably the best I've ever seen in my life, and I spend quite some time watching them. The narration is outstanding as well. Where can I stream or buy the entirety of this series of videos, uninterrupted? I'd gladly pay for the full set.
@jameztrainwreck2681
@jameztrainwreck2681
Soo much info! Iv watched maybe a hundred docs about space alone, and none had all the info this had, and all of them pretty much had the same information, so that I thought that's all the info we ever got about anything in space! This taught me sooo much that others didn't even come close to mentioning. Best space doc , as far as information, on TRshow by far.
@tommyflowers7098
@tommyflowers7098
I'm honestly, blown away. This is one of the greatest documentaries I've ever watched. Looking forward to more from this well talented creator!
@voraciousreader3341
@voraciousreader3341
This is an amazing conversation to watch again and again! Ms. Lamb (such a great surname!) is such an articulate and thoughtful storyteller that it’s wonderful to hear what she has to say….just because you really love what a dancer brings to his/her art, it doesn’t necessarily follow that they will have much to say about the
@scruffypuppy
@scruffypuppy
This documentary is sheer art. Everything about it was carefully thought out and it shows. The visuals, the music...even the volume of both the speaker and the music is in perfect balance. The narrator's calming, clear voice combined with the fantastic yet non-distracting soundtrack pull you in and create a sense of wonder, and sometimes even a bit of panic when you realize the depth of what he is saying. Thank you for this gift of knowledge and entertainment.
@phyllis9750
@phyllis9750 21 gün önce
So enjoyed this. What an exciting time to be alive. The overwhelming number of humans are still literally just coming out of the cave, and yet we. have Voyager!!!
@suzieb8366
@suzieb8366 Yıl önce
Amazing! What collectively some humans can acheive and understand is quite astounding and can understand the saying "Beyond our understanding" there is so much out there, we will never learn about it all but the fact we keep trying says something about us mere mortals.
@darenstroud6254
@darenstroud6254
I know for the most part, the theory that Mercury collided with Venus has been ruled out mostly due to the fact that Venus has no moon. I however still believe this is what happened. It would answer some questions about the two planets like what happened to the rest of Mercury's crust and what caused the rotation of Venus to dramatically slow to last 243 Earth days. I believe there is actually more evidence to support a Mercury Venus collision than not. There are so many possibilities that could explain the absence of a moon. The velocity of the planets during collision. The angel of the collision. How close the two planets were to the sun at the time of collision. It's possible that Venus was much closer to the sun at the time of impact with Mercury starting out between Mars and Jupiter when Jupiter caused a dramatic shift in the orbit of Mercury. Then the collision between the two planets slowed Mercury enough to settle into its stable orbit as the closest planet to the sun but in the process lost a good chunk of its crust to Venus. And Venus was given a boost in its orbital speed to help push it further out until it too settled into it stable orbit. Any debris from the collision would have either settled back onto Venus with small amounts onto Mercury. Any remaining debris would have eventually been gravitationally pulled into the sun as Venus exits the local area. It's even possible that some debris could still be orbiting the sun but it is so small and so extremely close to the sun it is next to impossible to see or even locate with our current technology. I would be interested to knowing if anyone else agrees with me.
@quetzalcoatlz
@quetzalcoatlz Yıl önce
This doc is phenomenal. One of the greatest space docs that I've ever come across on TRshow. I couldn't believe how informative this was, covered each planet in our solar system!
@peopleeater122
@peopleeater122
I love when a doc doesn't treat it's audience as idiots.
@thatshottaye
@thatshottaye Yıl önce
I have yet to make it to the end without falling asleep. 🥰 So amazingly calming to an exhausted soul. 🙏
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