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What makes neutron stars so special? | Michelle Thaller | Big Think

What makes neutron stars so special?
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Being outside of Earth’s atmosphere while also being able to look down on the planet is both a challenge and a unique benefit for astronauts conducting important and innovative experiments aboard the International Space Station.

NASA astrophysicist Michelle Thaller explains why one such project, known as NICER (Neutron star Interior Composition Explorer), is “one of the most amazing discoveries of the last year.”

Researchers used x-ray light data from NICER to map the surface of neutrons (the spinning remnants of dead stars 10-50 times the mass of our sun). Thaller explains how this data can be used to create a clock more accurate than any on Earth, as well as a GPS device that can be used anywhere in the galaxy.
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MICHELLE THALLER:

Dr. Michelle Thaller is an astronomer who studies binary stars and the life cycles of stars. She is Assistant Director of Science Communication at NASA. She went to college at Harvard University, completed a post-doctoral research fellowship at the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) in Pasadena, Calif. then started working for the Jet Propulsion Laboratory’s (JPL) Spitzer Space Telescope. After a hugely successful mission, she moved on to NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC), in the Washington D.C. area. In her off-hours often puts on about 30lbs of Elizabethan garb and performs intricate Renaissance dances. For more information, visit
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MICHELLE THALLER: I’m an astrophysicist and one of the things that I have been really impressed with with the International Space Station, some of the most amazing and innovating and strange experiments today are actually located on the space station. It’s, of course, a wonderful platform to look at a lot of stuff because you’re up above the atmosphere, you’re up in space and you can both look out into space and you can also look back down at our home planet the Earth.

One of the things that makes it a challenge to actually use it as, for example, an observatory with telescopes is that the space station swings around a lot so you have to be able to actually stabilize the image and what you’re looking at, especially if you’re working on the space station. But to me certainly one of the most amazing discoveries of the last year has come out of the space station experiment called NICER, that’s the acronym. It stands for the Neutron star Interior Composition Explorer so NICER. And NICER it’s actually a camera that looks at x-ray light. So, this is very, very high energy light and luckily for us this light does not get through the atmosphere. There are x-rays coming from space all the time and they would be very harmful to us but they’re absorbed by the air in the Earth’s atmosphere. Of course that means if you want to study x-rays coming from space you need to get up above the atmosphere and the space station is. Now, NICER was specifically designed to look at a very interesting type of dead star called a neutron star. And a neutron star is the remnants when a very massive star, a star that might have been 10, 20, 50 times the mass of the sun violently dies and explodes. And incredibly the core of the star is usually still intact after that because the core became so compressed in that explosion that it holds together as a giant ball of atoms basically. Neutron stars are only about ten miles across. They have the density of one big atomic nucleus and that means that if you had a teaspoon full of this material, this neutronium, that teaspoonful would have about as much mass as Mount Everest. So, a ten mile ball every little bit of it is that dense and not only that these things spin hundreds of times a second. They are wonderful. They are real monsters. The gravity around them is so intense, it’s not a black hole but it’s sort of natures next best thing. The gravity is so intense that light is actually bent around these objects. And one of the most amazing things that we did with NICER recently is we used data coming in from x-rays from these hot dense little balls to actually map the surface and see where parts were hotter than others. And that was very challenging to do because when you actually took an image, and this wasn’t a simple image it was constructed out of many…

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From Earth to the Universe Documentary – When We Left Earth – Voyage Through Space and Time

Our Milky Way Galaxy is teeming with exoplanets—statistically speaking at least one for each of the hundreds of billions of stars in the galaxy. Thousands of planets have been discovered, with thousands of more planet candidates identified. Several different planet-finding techniques have matured and contribute to our present knowledge of exoplanets. Each technique has different sensitivities that favor a planet-star separation and planet mass or size range limits. Because of the selection effect, none of the current exoplanet-finding techniques can find solar system copies. Astronomers have nonetheless found a completely unexpected diversity of exoplanets, a veritable “zoo” containing many astonishing planet types.

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When We Left Earth Documentary – From Earth to the Universe – Voyage Through Space and Time

Our Milky Way Galaxy is teeming with exoplanets—statistically speaking at least one for each of the hundreds of billions of stars in the galaxy. Thousands of planets have been discovered, with thousands of more planet candidates identified. Several different planet-finding techniques have matured and contribute to our present knowledge of exoplanets. Each technique has different sensitivities that favor a planet-star separation and planet mass or size range limits. Because of the selection effect, none of the current exoplanet-finding techniques can find solar system copies. Astronomers have nonetheless found a completely unexpected diversity of exoplanets, a veritable “zoo” containing many astonishing planet types.

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What is Cheops?

What is ESA’s Characterising Exoplanet Satellite, Cheops, and how will it improve our knowledge of exoplanets? Find out more in this interview with Kate Isaak, ESA Cheops project scientist.

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From Earth to the Universe – Voyage Through Space and Time – When We Left Earth Documentary

Our Milky Way Galaxy is teeming with exoplanets—statistically speaking at least one for each of the hundreds of billions of stars in the galaxy. Thousands of planets have been discovered, with thousands of more planet candidates identified. Several different planet-finding techniques have matured and contribute to our present knowledge of exoplanets. Each technique has different sensitivities that favor a planet-star separation and planet mass or size range limits. Because of the selection effect, none of the current exoplanet-finding techniques can find solar system copies. Astronomers have nonetheless found a completely unexpected diversity of exoplanets, a veritable “zoo” containing many astonishing planet types.

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What If We Move the Earth to a New Orbit

Did you know that the Earth’s orbit isn’t a circle, but an oval-shaped ellipse? And the length of the day is actually not 24 but 23.93 hours. We, humans, take these facts for granted. But what if one day, we had to move the entire planet to a completely new orbit and change the existing order?

Before we figure out if there’s any way to push our planet out of its orbit, let’s find out why we might need to do so! The thing is that our doomsday is approaching. Even if the planet doesn’t get overheated due to global warming, the sun will finish it off… But don’t be scared, it’s not happening tomorrow.

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Why the sun is our planet’s biggest enemy ☀️ 0:46
Can we migrate to another planet? 2:29
Is moving the Earth to a new orbit possible❓ 3:33
Possible solutions:
– A mega-strong and long lasso 4:20
– A gigantic light sail 5:22
– Electric thrusters 5:58
What would happen if we could do that 7:49

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SUMMARY:
– The star is getting hotter and hotter as the centuries pass. And one day, about 5 billion years from now, the sun will inevitably turn into a swollen red giant. About 2 billion years later, the sun will swallow the Earth.
– Long before that, in about 1 billion years, the sun will have already grown more than 11% brighter. It’ll make the average temperature on Earth rise to at least 120 degrees F.
– Even this increase in temperature will lead to the World Ocean getting dramatically warmer. The water will start to evaporate like it does when you leave a pot of water in the sun.
– The hydrogen, which is a crucial building material for all kinds of living cells, will slowly but surely leak into space.
– If our descendants want to stay alive, they’ll have to migrate to another planet or maybe even galaxy!
– It’d still take thousands of years to deliver all the Earth’s inhabitants to their new home. Also, it’d take unimaginable amounts of fuel – even if people flew no further than to another planet in the Solar System.
– That’s why another option will likely come into play: people will have to change the orbit of the planet before the disaster strikes to avoid the tragic outcome!
– Scientists have even calculated that to keep leading a comfortable life (or at least survive), people would have to change the orbit of the planet so that it’s 9.5% further from the sun than it is now.
– At first, a mega-strong and long lasso may seem to be the simplest solution.
– But where can you find a material strong enough to carry the weight of the whole planet? Besides, how can you be sure that this asteroid will take you exactly where you need to get?
– Maybe an effective way out would be moving the planet out of its orbit with the help of a gigantic light sail?
– But once people calculate all the details, they’ll find out that the reflective disk of the light sail would have to be more than 19 times bigger than the diameter of the planet!
– An electric thruster could become a cool alternative, especially if we talk about ion drives! Come to think of it, this method could work out! And if people managed this unprecedented feat and DID change the orbit of the planet as planned, there’d be some noticeable changes.
– Our planet’s orbital speed would drop down from 18.6 to 17.7 miles per second.

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What is the Universe Made Of? Formula of the universe – Space Science Documentary

Composition. The Universe is composed almost completely of dark energy, dark matter, and ordinary matter. Other contents are electromagnetic radiation (estimated to constitute from 0.005% to close to 0.01% of the total mass-energy of the Universe) and antimatter.

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Alien Planet Count Passes a Thousand Documentary – What are Exoplanets and How do We Find Them

Our Milky Way Galaxy is teeming with exoplanets—statistically speaking at least one for each of the hundreds of billions of stars in the galaxy. Thousands of planets have been discovered, with thousands of more planet candidates identified. Several different planet-finding techniques have matured and contribute to our present knowledge of exoplanets. Each technique has different sensitivities that favor a planet-star separation and planet mass or size range limits. Because of the selection effect, none of the current exoplanet-finding techniques can find solar system copies. Astronomers have nonetheless found a completely unexpected diversity of exoplanets, a veritable “zoo” containing many astonishing planet types.

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Take A Journey Into The Center Of The Galaxy – How Do You Find Exoplanets?

We live in the Milky Way Galaxy, which is a collection of stars, gas, dust, and a supermassive black hole at it’s very center. Our Galaxy is a spiral galaxy, which are rotating structures that are flat (disk-like) like a DVD when looked upon edge-on. There is also a bulge in the middle that consists of mostly old stars. When you look at a spiral galaxy face-on, you can see beautiful spiral arms where stars are being born. Our solar system is in the Orion arm, and we are about 25,000 light years (2.5 X 10^17 miles) from the very center of the Galaxy.

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