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Supermassive black hole shredding a star. Credit: DESY, Science Communication Lab

Watch Video: Black Hole Shreds Star Emits Neutrino That Reaches Earth

Black holes are big, bad and amazing. And they can shred a star to pieces - as this cool animation from the Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron (DESY), a particle accelerator lab in Hamburg, Germany show...

Black Hole Binary

Dance of Two Black Holes l Video

Video depicting the Dance of Two Black Holes. This visualization by NASA shows the two black holes orbiting each other and their warped accretion disks.

Uranus in X-ray (2002). Credit: NASA/CXO/University College London/W. Dunn et al. Optical by W.M. Keck Observatory (2004)

Video l Uranus – A Planet Tilted And It’s Emitting X-rays

When you look at images of planets in our solar system, they all seem to follow a certain design. The rocky ones are round with a few moons, while the gas giants and the ice giants have rings. But one...

Mount Fagradalsfjall Volcanic Eruption

Amazing Drone Footage of Mount Fagradalsfjall Volcanic Eruption l Video

Amazing Drone Footage of Mount Fagradalsfjall Volcanic Eruption captured, showing lava spewing out of the volcano

Plate tectonic evolution from 1 Billion years ago to the present.

Video l One Billion Years of Continental Drift in 40 Seconds l Shifting Tectonic Plates

Watch One Billion Years of Continental Drift in 40 Secs. The video shows Shifting Tectonic Plates as they move over the course Earth's history and how they interacted with each other.

Etruscan clothing on Dancers from the walls of the Etruscan Tomb of the Triclinium, Tarquinia, central Italy. c. 470 BCE by The Yorck Project

Video l Forget the Romans, Meet the Etruscans l History l Mediterranean

The Etruscans were the main civilisation in Italy before the Roman Empire, with their own unique culture and language. The Romans conquered them but also adopted many of their practices.

Amazon Moonflower blooming at Cambridge University Botanic Garden

Timelapse video showing beautiful Moonflower Cactus blooming

This is a Timelapse video showing the beautiful Moonflower Cactus blooming. The planet is from the Amazon rainforest and blooms once a year.

Glow in the dark kitefin shark recently discovered in New Zealand

What could be better than a glow in the dark shark? l Video

Three species of glowing were found off the coast of New Zealand that have bioluminescent underbellies

Coelacanth off Pumula on the KwaZulu Natal South Coast South Africa Nov 22 2019 Image Bruce A S Henderson CC BY 4

Coelacanth – No Longer A Living Fossil l Video l Blogpost

This weird fish called the coelacanth has long been known as a living fossil. After disapearing for over 60 million years it reappeared. And now genetic testing shows it has been hijacking genes from ...

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