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Neutrinos from a galaxy 47 million light years away! |Urdu/Hindi| Kainaat Astronomy in Urdu
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Neutrinos from a galaxy 47 million light years away! |Urdu/Hindi| Kainaat Astronomy in Urdu

We usually use light to learn about the universe. However, there is an exciting new field of neutrino astronomy that uses a small particle to get information about the heart of exploding stars or the conditions near a supermassive black hole. IceCube Neutrino Observatory uses 1 cubic kilometer of ice to detect neutrinos. Recently, it found 80 neutrinos coming from the galaxy, NGC 1068 (M77) and its supermassive blackhole. Please join astrophysicist Salman Hameed in exploring the ways astronomers use neutrinos in understanding objects in the universe. #urdu #hindi #sciencedocumentary #astronomy #neutrinos #IceCube #salmanhameed #kainaat Papers mentioned in the video: Evidence for neutrino emission from the nearby active galaxy NGC 1068, https://doi.org/10.1126/science.abg3395 Multimessenger observations of a flaring blazar coincident with high-energy neutrino IceCube-170922A https://doi.org/10.1126/science.aat1378 Please learn about IceCube Neutrino Observatory here: https://icecube.wisc.edu/ For more information about Kainaat Videos: https://www.kainaatstudios.com/ Salman Hameed has a PhD in astronomy and is Charles Taylor Chair and Professor of Integrated Science & Humanities at Hampshire College, and a member of the Five College Astronomy Department (FCAD) in Massachusetts, USA. He is also the CEO of the non-profit Kainaat Studios Credits: Host/writer: Salman Hameed Editor: Shehryar Shaikh Music: Umer Piracha Subtitles: DigiCircle Images/animations: IceCube Collaboration; NASA/JPL; STScI; Wikipedia Support Provided by: Sahr Foundation AIIR Foundation PixelEdge Chapters: 00:00 Introduction 01:07 Neutrinos in astronomy 05:54 Detecting Neutrinos 07:08 IceCube Neutrino Observatory 09:31 How does IceCube detect neutrinos 11:48 Neutrino from a Blazar 13:29 Neutrinos from NGC 1068 17:02 Cosmic Neutrino Background
How Did Earth Really Become A Planet? | Urdu/Hindi | Kainaat Astronomy in Urdu
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How Did Earth Really Become A Planet? | Urdu/Hindi | Kainaat Astronomy in Urdu

#KainaatAstronomyinUrdu #Earth #Astronomy How Did Earth Really Become A Planet? | Urdu/Hindi | Kainaat Astronomy in Urdu Humans are soon headed to the Moon again. Artemis I is going through its uncrewed test orbit around the Moon. But more than 50 years ago, humans first set eyes - not on the Moon - but on the Earth! The goal and focus of the Apollo program was, of course, to land humans on the Moon. However, it was the view of the whole Earth that really stole the show. In particular, the picture of the "Earthrise" taken by Apollo 8 astronauts on December 24, 1968, really transformed the way we look at our own planet. Please join astrophysicist Salman Hameed in this episode of Kainaati Gup Shup to talk about how the perceptions about our planet changed with the first images of the Earth and how should we think about the human-induced changes to our climate. #urdu #hindi #sciencedocumentary #astronomy #apollo #earthrise #salmanhameed #kainaat You can find Brian Eno's album, Foreverandevernomore here: https://www.brian-eno.net/ And watch Brian Eno perform one of his songs, There Were Bells, here: https://youtu.be/-gH-acWKpNY For more information about Kainaat Videos: https://www.kainaatstudios.com/ Please subscribe to Kainaat Newsletter at: https://bit.ly/3bdnEaC Salman Hameed has a PhD in astronomy and is Charles Taylor Chair and Professor of Integrated Science & Humanities at Hampshire College, and a member of the Five College Astronomy Department (FCAD) in Massachusetts, USA. He is also the CEO of the non-profit Kainaat Studios Credits: Host/writer: Salman Hameed Editor: Shehryar Shaikh Music: Umer Piracha Subtitles: DigiCircle Images/animations: NASA/JPL, LRO, Wikipedia Support Provided by: Sahr Foundation AIIR Foundation PixelEdge
[Urdu/Hindi] "Pillars of Creation" as seen by James Webb Space Telescope
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[Urdu/Hindi] "Pillars of Creation" as seen by James Webb Space Telescope

"Pillars of Creation" is one of the most famous picture taken by Hubble Space Telescope. It is a part of the star forming region called, Eagle Nebula. As you may have expected, now James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) has now taken a spectacular infrared picture of the same region. Please join astrophysicist Salman Hameed in exploring the processes responsible for creating these amazing columns of gas and dust. #urdu #hindi #sciencedocumentary #astronomy #jameswebbspacetelescope #nasa #salmanhameed #kainaat For more information about Kainaat Videos: https://www.kainaatstudios.com/​​ Please subscribe to Kainaat Newsletter at: https://bit.ly/3bdnEaC Salman Hameed has a PhD in astronomy and is Charles Taylor Chair and Professor of Integrated Science & Humanities at Hampshire College, and a member of the Five College Astronomy Department (FCAD) in Massachusetts, USA. He is also the CEO of the non-profit Kainaat Studios Credits: Host/writer: Salman Hameed Editor: Shehryar Shaikh Music: Umer Piracha Subtitles: DigiCircle Images/animations: NASA, ESA, CSA, STScI; Joseph DePasquale (STScI), Anton M. Koekemoer (STScI), Alyssa Pagan (STScI); Wikipedia Support Provided by: Sahr Foundation AIIR Foundation PixelEdge Chapters: 00:00 Introduction 01:07 Hubble image of Pillars of Creation 05:13 Star forming regions 07:30 Big stars carving the nebula 12:30 New James Webb image 15:57 Why no background galaxies? 17:26 Conclusion
How did rings of Saturn form? | Urdu/Hindi | Kainaat Astronomy in Urdu
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How did rings of Saturn form? | Urdu/Hindi | Kainaat Astronomy in Urdu

#KainaatAstronomyinUrdu #ringsofsaturn #Astronomy How did rings of Saturn form? | Urdu/Hindi | Kainaat Astronomy in Urdu Looking at Saturn through a telescope is an amazing experience. The rings of Saturn are simply magnificent! But how did they form and are how long are they going to last? The recent Cassini spacecraft has provided insight into the origins of rings. Please join astrophysicist Salman Hameed in exploring the origins of Saturn's rings in this Urdu/Hindi science documentary. Paper mentioned in the video: Wistom et al, Loss of a satellite could explain Saturn’s obliquity and young rings, SCIENCE, 15 Sep 2022, Vol 377, Issue 6612, pp. 1285-1289 https://www.science.org/doi/10.1126/science.abn1234 Animation of moon destruction courtesy of Mark A Garlick. See his amazing space art at http://www.markgarlick.com/ and at https://www.youtube.com/c/MarkGarlick68 For more information about Kainaat Videos: https://www.kainaatstudios.com/​​ Please subscribe to Kainaat Newsletter at: https://bit.ly/3bdnEaC Salman Hameed has a PhD in astronomy and is Charles Taylor Chair and Professor of Integrated Science & Humanities at Hampshire College, and a member of the Five College Astronomy Department (FCAD) in Massachusetts, USA. He is also the CEO of the non-profit Kainaat Studios Credits: Host/writer: Salman Hameed Editor: Shehryar Shaikh Music: Umer Piracha Subtitles: DigiCircle Images/animations: NASA/JPL; Wikipedia; Nature; Mark A. Garlick Support Provided by: Sahr Foundation AIIR Foundation PixelEdge Chapters: 00:00 Introduction 00:38 Real Lord of the Rings 02:09 Incredible Image 04:23 Discovery of Rings 05:25 What are rings made up of? 09:54 How did the rings form? 13:08 Destruction of Saturn's Moon 16:30 How long will the rings last?
[Urdu/Hindi] Why did a spacecraft just smash into an asteroid?
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[Urdu/Hindi] Did James Webb Refute the Big Bang? How to Think Critically about Science Stories
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[Urdu/Hindi] Did James Webb Refute the Big Bang? How to Think Critically about Science Stories

Striking headlines get your attention. This was the case with some news that may be James Webb Space Telescope has overturned the established idea of Big Bang. We are inundated with these type of sensational headlines about science. The problem is that they are mostly misleading. Please join astrophysicist Salman Hameed in exploring how to think critically about such stories, which also keeping an open mind, in this #urdu / #hindi #sciencedocumentary episode of Kainaati Gup Shup. #jwst #criticalthinking #bigbang #kainaat #salmanhameed To read more about the technical critique of Eric Lerner's claim, check out these two excellent articles: From Ethan Siegal (he is always worth reading): https://medium.com/starts-with-a-bang/ask-ethan-has-the-jwst-disproven-the-big-bang-16618d72746c From Jackson Ryan: https://www.cnet.com/science/space/no-james-webb-space-telescope-images-do-not-debunk-the-big-bang/ Also - see this excellent video by Brian Keaton: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SYeUkVqDZjA For more information about Kainaat Videos: https://www.kainaatstudios.com/​​ Please subscribe to Kainaat Newsletter at: https://bit.ly/3bdnEaC Salman Hameed has a PhD in astronomy and is Charles Taylor Chair and Professor of Integrated Science & Humanities at Hampshire College, and a member of the Five College Astronomy Department (FCAD) in Massachusetts, USA. He is also the CEO of the non-profit Kainaat Studios Credits: Host/writer: Salman Hameed Editor: Shehryar Shaikh Music: Umer Piracha Subtitles: DigiCircle Images/animations: NASA/STScI/JWST; Wikipedia Support Provided by: Sahr Foundation AIIR Foundation PixelEdge 00:00 Introduction 00:48 Revolutions in astronomy 04:04 Nature of Internet 05:43 Puzzle in JWST images 07:38 How did this become a story? 09:12 Evidence for Big Bang 10:41 Can Big Bang Be Wrong? 14:38 More on why this became a story