I just posted these as links, but here you go!
Halley's A synopsis of the astronomy of comets
Newton's Philosophiæ Naturalis Principia Mathematica (in English)
Light is made up of an oscillating electric and magnetic field or an electromagnetic wave. The experiment with the glass was able to show that they are in affect the same property by the way they are able to interact with each other.
Just as you can use a magnet to align a compass, you can use magnets to align waves of light. The glass was able to slow the light down to have more time to be affected by the magnetic field it was passing through. I don't know for certain, but it's possible his failed glass brick was left with impurities that could have strengthened the magnet field. Similar to Magnetic Glass.
I don't know for sure if there are chinese subtitles, but check out BS Player. It will look for any available subtitles when you start watching. You can change the settings so it will find and download Chinese subtitles for you based on the name of the video file.
It's on sale at Amazon right now for $110.
I wanted something that was easy to use, portable and decent quality for a starter telescope that would allow me to see the planets better, but not too expensive or extravagant since it's my first telescope. Maybe I'll upgrade after getting some practice and more money.
It's an Orion 10013 GoScope 80mm TableTop Refractor Telescope
Okay I only now put it together that you're using keyframes here, and that seems counter-intuitive to me. You're playing with text, not an image - use text, not an image :p
You're relying on some high-level CSS already, why not use a web-font and animate the text-spacing? JSFiddle demo. Might require a bit of tweaking and finding the exact right font-family, but the idea is there and easy to achieve.
Brit here, I've been keeping up to date watching each episode the day after it airs in the US here:
I use Chrome and the rather helpful 'Media Hint' plugin to make it look like my IP is a US one. However the official link to download it has been removed, hopefully this one will do the same job though:
Install that, restart Chrome and go to that website and it should work fine. Hope that helps!
This doesn't have a picture of the Pale Blue Dot itself, but it does have a nice quote from Cosmos: A Personal Voyage. here
Season 1 of Tyson's.
I've dug through NatGeo, Disney, Netflix, Amazon Prime, HBO, Paramount+, and several other services. And I can't find season 1 (of Tyson's) anywhere (in Portuguese.)
I can buy it in English on Amazon easily, but I wanted it dubbed and they don't have audio or subtitles there.
I know for sure the file exists and used to be on streaming platforms in that language. But even the English version of season 1 doesn't seem to be on Fox's website, and has been removed form Netlfix and Disney+ as far as I can tell. It's a mystery.
(Anyway, I think I've found a less than legal optimal solution, so she's gonna be able to at least watch it and learn from it, which is all that matters to me. It'd still be nice if I could buy or stream it somewhere with an app though.)
Sorry for my niche request, and thank you :)
(Anyway, I think I've found a less than ~~legal~~ optimal solution, so she's gonna be able to at least watch it and learn from it, which is all that matters to me. It'd still be nice if I could buy or stream it somewhere with an app though.)'
This doesn't fit in with Kickstarter's guidelines:
> * A project is something with a clear end, like making an album, a film, or a new game. A project will eventually be completed, and something will be produced as a result.
> * Kickstarter cannot be used to raise money for causes, whether it's the Red Cross or a scholarship, or for "fund my life" projects, like tuition or bills
> * Projects cannot resell items or offer rewards not produced by the project or its creator
> * Creators cannot promise to donate a portion of funds raised or future revenue to a cause.
I'd love to see more Cosmos, or even more documentaries in general on primetime, but this idea is an inappropriate way to going about making it happen, particularly because it doesn't involve the people who own the rights. This submission has been removed; but if you get the involvement of the show creators you can post it here again.
Apparently, this is available in the UK but not currently in the US.
You can see it on the UK version of the JustWatch website: https://www.justwatch.com/uk/provider/disney-plus
I click on this from my US location and nothing comes up. But as I look at the URL, it gives me hope that Disney+ might turn this on for the US in the future. It would make sense.
Is this the same series? This is the only thing I can find on Nat Geo for tonight. But it does not say possible worlds or look the same. I am on YouTube TV. Under lead cast it says Carl Sagan, not NDT.
It's still not on Disney+. I was looking for it today. I searched every keyword I could think, and finally just looked through every NatGeo program. It's not there.
ETA: it shows up on the D+ website, but isn't watchable or findable in the app.
This has been discussed often.
Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey (2014) simultaneously aired on Fox and National Geographic. At the Disney investor presentation, it was one of the titles confirmed for Disney+, which should arrive in the near future (there's even a landing page for the series, but it isn't showing any details yet).
Cosmos: Possible Worlds (2020) is only airing on National Geographic for now, with last 2 episodes airing this coming weekend. Fox will be broadcasting it this summer. I can only assume that it too, will be added to Disney+, maybe late this year or next year.
As for why, because they want to promote National Geographic which is only available in the US through pricey cable/satellite/IPTV.
What a randomly awesome image.
We're working on a simulator that lets you do this very thing, selectively add water to a planet to change its composition.
Here's a video demo of adding water to Mars in Universe Sandbox ²:
the amazon website for her audiobook says it will be released on April 7th, 2020. Just hypothesizing with scant evidence, but it could be released then.
The Amazon link for Druyan's book lists the published date as January 2, 2080. So maybe it'll be awhile...
Cosmos: Possible Worlds book on Amazon
I remember when I bought this in 2009, still a good watch any random episode.
Also what is the difference with this 2017 edition? https://www.amazon.com/Carl-Sagan-Cosmos-Utimate-Blu-ray/dp/B06X1F546N/
It's not an official distribution from producers, rather Telegram app (A messenger app) provides unlimited cloud storage, so users create channels (like YouTube), and upload content for their viewers.
Does anyone have any confirmation of which vpn is working? For instance, some times while using ExpressVPN and watching Netflix I’ll get a pop up from Netflix that won’t let me use Netflix as long as it continues to detect the vpn. That said, is it the case for Disney plus? Anyone ya e any experience with it or Nord?
FWIW, found out today that it’s on UK Netflix. Setting my VPN (ExpressVPN) to London allowed me to stream like it was never gone. So, just for the heads up, it’s on Netflix in the UK - using a VPN allows me to stream it in Canada.
The cosmos website doesn't let me watch the show because I live outside the US.
I've tried using proxy services like Zenmate to circumvent but unfortunately it was unbearably slow (also not HD).
Point is I've resorted to downloading the show from bittorrent websites. I can't link to the exact website but Google is your best friend here.
Also here's a general instruction about using bittorrent:
For those who have not watched the original Cosmos, I encourage you to take time and watch the original series.
Here on amazon you can buy the entire set for $52 plus shipping and will produce possibly a lifetime of spiritual satisfaction and will drive you to want to learn about the universe and our place in it.
Cosmos is a powerful series that brings one's awareness of our position in the universe and a spiritual high that is unlike anything else. The series takes you on a journey from the origins of our universe, the origins of our ancestors, and the origins of how our ancestors came to know the universe as we do in the present day. It tells us of our deep connection to all living things and even our connection to the non-living forces that shape our lives. Carl Sagan's story telling of our universe makes it an Epic in its own right and an instant classic.
While Neil DeGrasse Tyson and Seth MacFarlane's Cosmos is moving, it isn't the same piece of art as the original Cosmos: A Personal Voyage. Carl Sagan's Cosmos was among one of the many books in the Library of Congress's "Books that shaped America".
Here, Carl Sagan will take you on a journey like you have not experienced before.
PLEASE READ: For those of you who are still debating whether or not to buy Carl Sagan's Cosmos and have seen the "Carl Sagan Cosmos: The Realm of the Galaxies (Watch: 3/3)" video I have posted, let me say that half the footage in that video did not contain the entirety of the footage from the actual clip, as it was edited for copyright purposes, so while the message was powerful, it wasn't as moving nor as impactful as the actual footage in the TV miniseries but it was the only one clip I could find.