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Sebastian

Hello Everyone! Welcome to OUR Universe!

My name is Sebastian, I'm an astronomer from the United Kingdom.

This channel is dedicated to explaining and educating the audience on the importance of physics and astronomy.

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I have a new lesson, Does the Moon Spin?!

I'd love to share with you my newest lesson on Curious, Does the Moon Spin?.

The Moon is an astronomical body that orbits planet Earth. But what is an orbit, exactly? Astronomic gives this topic a spin in this beginner astronomy lesson.

I hope you enjoy the new lesson!

Curiously yours,
Astronomic

New lesson from Astronomic

I'm thrilled to share my newest lesson, What Is Redshift?.

In this quick astronomy lesson, learn about the scientific concept of redshift, the principles of physics that govern it, and how to measure and notate it.

Let me know what you think of the lesson. And remember, I'm here if you have any questions!

Cheers,
Astronomic

The Lifetime of a Star, now on Curious.com

Ready for a new lesson? I am excited to share my most recently published lesson, The Lifetime of a Star.

What’s behind all the glitter and glitz? From white dwarves to black holes, this introductory astronomy lesson presents a captivating tour of the galaxy.

Happy Learning!

Thanks,
Astronomic

New Curious lesson - Can Black Holes Stop Time?!

Ready for a new lesson? I am excited to share my most recently published lesson, Can Black Holes Stop Time?!.

There is a point near the black hole mass below which time has practically stopped to an outside observer.

If you have any questions, comments or suggestions, I'd love to hear them!

Cheers,
Astronomic

New Curious lesson - Gravity on Other Planets

I'm thrilled to share my newest lesson, Gravity on Other Planets.

Gravity varies on each planet. In this lesson, take a tour of our solar system and discover what determines the force of gravity on each planetary surface.

Let me know what you think of the lesson. And remember, I'm here if you have any questions!

Cheers,
Astronomic

Latest lesson from Astronomic

I am excited to share my latest lesson on Curious, The Two Types of Supernovas!

Supernovas provide us with a lot of insight into our universe, and are categorized by astronomers in different ways. Find out what they are in this lesson.

Stay Curious!
Astronomic

Latest lesson from Astronomic

I'd love to share with you my newest lesson on Curious, How do Galaxies Evolve?.

The study of galaxy formation is concerned with how a heterogeneous universe emerged from a homogeneous beginning, which is covered in this astronomy lesson!

Happy Learning!

Cheers,
Astronomic

How Light Is Like a Time Machine, now on Curious.com

Ready for a new lesson? I am excited to share my most recently published lesson, How Light Is Like a Time Machine.

Light is a time machine! In this astronomy lesson, learn all about light wavelengths, the distance between planets, and why our sun is eight minutes late.

Thanks,
Astronomic

New Curious lesson - How Does the Sun Produce Energy?

Ready for a new lesson? I am excited to share my most recently published lesson, How Does the Sun Produce Energy?.

Learn how the sun produces energy—a reaction known as nuclear fusion—and how it converts hydrogen atoms into helium in this astronomy lesson.

If you have any questions, comments or suggestions, I'd love to hear them!

Stay Curious!
Astronomic

I have a new lesson, The Classification of Galaxies!

I'd love to share with you my newest lesson on Curious, The Classification of Galaxies.

The Hubble sequence is a morphological classification scheme for galaxies invented by Edwin Hubble in 1926. Learn about galaxy classification in this lesson.

Take a look and let me know in the comments what you think!

Cheers,
Astronomic

New lesson from Astronomic

I'm thrilled to share my newest lesson, The Origin of Gravity.

In this lesson, learn about gravity, or gravitation—a natural phenomenon by which all things with mass are brought toward (or gravitate toward) one another.

Hope you enjoy the lesson!

Curiously yours,
Astronomic

How Many Planets Are in the Milky Way?, now on Curious.com

I'd love to share with you my newest lesson on Curious, How Many Planets Are in the Milky Way.

Humans have wondered how many planets could exist within our galaxy. In this lesson, learn about estimates that say there could be ten of billions!

If you have any questions, comments or suggestions, I'd love to hear them!

Curiously yours,
Astronomic

Where Is the Earth Located?, now on Curious.com

I'm thrilled to share my newest lesson, Where Is the Earth Located?.

Knowledge of Earth's location in the universe has been shaped by 400 years of telescopic observations—learn about the earth's location in this lesson!

Happy Learning!

Cheers,
Astronomic

Latest lesson from Astronomic

I'd love to share with you my newest lesson on Curious, What Is Happening to Betelgeuse?

Betelgeuse is the brightest star in Orion and marks the western shoulder of the constellation. Learn about its history and its future in this astronomy lesson.

Happy Learning!

Stay Curious!
Astronomic

Latest lesson from Astronomic

I'd love to share with you my newest lesson on Curious, How Big Is the Milky Way?.

Short answer: the Milky Way is huge. But how huge? In this astronomy lesson, learn facts about the Milky Way and other galaxies in the solar system.

Stay Curious!
Astronomic

Is Jupiter a Failed Star? Now on Curious.com

I'd love to share with you my newest lesson on Curious, Is Jupiter a Failed Star?.

Discover why Jupiter is called a failed star, which characteristics it share with the Sun, and what the key difference is between stars and planets.

Let me know what you think of the lesson. And remember, I'm here if you have any questions!

Cheers,
Astronomic

I have a new lesson, What are Galaxies | Pt 2!

Ready for a new lesson? I am excited to share my most recently published lesson, What are Galaxies | Pt 2.

A galaxy is a gravitationally bound system of stars, stellar remnants, gas, dust, and matter. Learn more about interesting galaxies in this astronomy lesson!

Happy Learning!

Thanks,
Astronomic

Can planets share binary stars?

Ready for a new lesson? I am excited to share my most recently published lesson, Can Planets Share Binary Stars?.

Binary stars are systems of two stars where one revolves around the other, or both revolve around a centre. Learn about star qualities in this astronomy lesson.

Take a look and let me know in the comments what you think!

Curiously yours,
Astronomic

I have a new lesson, What Are Star Clusters!

Ready for a new lesson? I am excited to share my most recently published lesson, What Are Star Clusters.

Take a look and let me know in the comments what you think!

Curiously yours,
Astronomic

The Colors of the Planets, now on Curious.com

Ready for a new lesson? I am excited to share my most recently published lesson, The Colors of the Planets.

In this astronomy lesson, examine photographs displaying the true colors of the inner and outer planets of the solar system, with no false coloration.

Take a look and let me know in the comments what you think!

Stay Curious!
Astronomic

New lesson from Astronomic

I'm thrilled to share my newest lesson, The Search for Extraterrestrial Life.

Although extraterrestrial life is merely theoretical, astrophysicists continue to search for extraterrestrial life. Learn why life on Earth may not be unique.

Let me know what you think in the comments!

Thanks,
Astronomic

Latest lesson from Astronomic

I am excited to share my latest lesson on Curious, What are Gravitational Waves? !

In this lesson, learn about gravitational waves, including who predicted them, how they were detected, the different types, and how they can be used.

I hope you enjoy the new lesson!

Cheers,
Astronomic

Finding Another Earth, now on Curious.com

I'd love to share with you my newest lesson on Curious, Finding Another Earth.

Learn about the process of finding another Earth, and review the best exoplanet candidates that have been discovered thus far.

Let me know what you think of the lesson. And remember, I'm here if you have any questions!

Thanks,
Astronomic

Exploring Galaxies, now on Curious.com

I'd love to share with you my newest course on Curious, Exploring Galaxies.

Take a road trip through the cosmos and explore galaxies! I'll explain the science behind these gravitationally bound systems, from black holes to nebulae.

Let me know what you think of the course. And remember, I'm here if you have any questions!

Stay Curious!
Astronomic

Exploring the Solar System, on Curious.com

I am excited to share my course on Curious, Exploring the Solar System!

When you look up into the sky, do you ever wonder about the other planets that orbit around the Sun? This course explores our Solar System, from Mercury to the distant ice giants.

If you have any questions, comments or suggestions, I'd love to hear them!

Stay Curious!
Astronomic

New Curious lesson - Astronomy Facts About Stars

I am excited to share my latest lesson on Curious, Astronomy Facts About Stars!

This lesson presents everything you need to know about the luminous spheres of plasma that are stars, including the different star types and supernovas.

I hope you enjoy the new lesson!

Thanks,
Astronomic

A Black Hole in the Solar System, now on Curious.com

I'd love to share with you my newest lesson on Curious, A Black Hole in the Solar System.

What would happen if a black hole ended up in our own Solar System? Learn the effect a black hole would have on the Sun and Earth in this lesson!

Let me know what you think of the lesson. And remember, I'm here if you have any questions!

Cheers,
Astronomic

Astronomy Facts About Comets

I am excited to share my latest lesson on Curious, Astronomy Facts About Comets!

This lesson explains everything you need to know about the small icy bodies known as comets, including their composition and how they differ from asteroids.

Let me know what you think of the lesson. And remember, I'm here if you have any questions!

Curiously yours,
Astronomic

I have a new lesson, Facts About Galaxies!

Ready for a new lesson? I am excited to share my most recently published lesson, Facts About Galaxies (Astronomy).

Our universe is a wild and wonderful place! Follow along with Astronomic in this lesson to learn all about galaxies, including our own Milky Way.

I hope you enjoy the new lesson!

Thanks,
Astronomic

Latest course from Astronomic - Exploring the Solar System!

I'm thrilled to share my newest course, Exploring the Solar System.

When you look up into the sky, do you ever wonder about the other planets that orbit around the Sun? This course explores our Solar System, from Mercury to the distant ice giants.

If you have any questions, comments or suggestions, I'd love to hear them!

Curiously yours,
Astronomic

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