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Why is China going to the far-side of the Moon? |Urdu/Hindi| |Kainaati Gup Shup|
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Why is China going to the far-side of the Moon? |Urdu/Hindi| |Kainaati Gup Shup|

Pakistan's first satellite to the Moon, ICUBE Q, is part of China's Chang'e 6 mission to the far-side of the Moon. How should we think about Pakistan's mission? Why is China going to the far-side of the Moon, and what will we learn from it? Please join astrophysicist in this episode of Kainaati Gup Shup. For more information about Kainaat Videos: https://www.kainaatstudios.com/ Please subscribe to our channel for Kids here: https://www.youtube.com/@KainaatKids And please subscribe to our English channel here: https://www.youtube.com/@kainaatastronomyinenglish For more information about Kainaat Videos: Official Website: https://www.kainaatstudios.com/ LinkTree (All Links in ONE): https://linktr.ee/kainaatstudios Kainaat Studios's Social Media Portfolio (Follow us): Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kainaatstudios Twitter: https://twitter.com/KainaatStudios Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kainaatstudios/ Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/kainaat 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: Written & Hosted by: Salman Hameed Edited by: Shehryar Shaikh Music: “Kainaat” by Umer Piracha Subtitles by: DigiCircle Images: NASA, Wikipedia, ESA, JAXA, JPL-Caltech, Lunar & Planetary Institute, NASA's Scientific Visualization Studio, CNSA Watcher, Capitol Records & Mark A. Garlick Galactic Orbiters (Founding Supporters): Sahr Foundation Qazi Family Foundation PixelEdge Stellar Orbiters: Dr. Zafar Iqbal & Dr. Mehr Iqbal Ashraf Qazi Aimen Khan Slavena Emilova Molle Abid & Farah Donation Fund AIIR Foundation Space Orbiters: Dr. Abdul Nadir Dr. Asad Ansari Dr. Salman Mallick Dr. Tariq Hameed Asif Alam Zubair Faiz Dr. Kamran Manzoor Dr. Arsalan Malik Junaid Qurashi Thank you to all our other monthly donors as well! If you want to donate, please visit https://www.kainaatstudios.com/donate Chapters: 00:00 - Intro 00:45 - Different missions to the Moon 02:58 - Chang'e 6 Components 03:40 - ICUBE-Q (Qamar) 08:09 - Far side of the moon 10:00 - Queqiao Relay Satellite 10:45 - Why the Far side is interesting 13:40 - Late heavy bombardment 15:40 - Change 6 objectives 17:05 - Apollo sample findings 17:52 - Moon South Pole missions
How a Solar Eclipse Proved Einstein’s Relativity? |Urdu/Hindi| |Kainaati Gup Shup|
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How a Solar Eclipse Proved Einstein’s Relativity? |Urdu/Hindi| |Kainaati Gup Shup|

Solar eclipses are special! They break the routine of the day to remind us of the skies. In fact, there is a solar eclipse on April 8th, that will be visible in North America. But solar eclipses have played a crucial role in history of science. In particular, in the discovery of helium and in providence supporting evidence for Einstein's General Theory of Relativity. Please join astrophysicist Salman Hameed in this episode of Kainaati Gup Shup. For more information about Kainaat Videos: https://www.kainaatstudios.com/ Please subscribe to our channel for Kids here: https://www.youtube.com/@KainaatKids And please subscribe to our English channel here: https://www.youtube.com/@kainaatastronomyinenglish For more information about Kainaat Videos: Official Website: https://www.kainaatstudios.com/ LinkTree (All Links in ONE): https://linktr.ee/kainaatstudios Kainaat Studios's Social Media Portfolio (Follow us): Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kainaatstudios Twitter: https://twitter.com/KainaatStudios Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kainaatstudios/ Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/kainaat 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: Written & Hosted by: Salman Hameed Edited by: Shehryar Shaikh Music: “Kainaat” by Umer Piracha Subtitles by: DigiCircle Images: NASA, Wikipedia, ESA, ESO, American Astronomical Society, National Geographic Galactic Orbiters (Founding Supporters): Sahr Foundation Qazi Family Foundation PixelEdge Stellar Orbiters: Dr. Zafar Iqbal & Dr. Mehr Iqbal Ashraf Qazi Aimen Khan Slavena Emilova Molle Abid & Farah Donation Fund AIIR Foundation Space Orbiters: Dr. Abdul Nadir Dr. Asad Ansari Dr. Salman Mallick Dr. Tariq Hameed Asif Alam Zubair Faiz Dr. Kamran Manzoor Dr. Arsalan Malik Junaid Qurashi Thank you to all our other monthly donors as well! If you want to donate, please visit https://www.kainaatstudios.com/donate Chapters: 00:00 - Intro 01:21 - What is an Eclipse? 06:30 - Myths of Eclipse? 08:45 - Eclipse impact on science 09:16 - Pierre Janssen 12:00 - Arthur Eddington 18:49 - Moon traveling away
How a star revolutionized our view of the universe! |Urdu/Hindi| | Kainaati Gup Shup |
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How a star revolutionized our view of the universe! |Urdu/Hindi| | Kainaati Gup Shup |

We know today that our universe is huge and that it contains more than a hundred billion galaxies! But this view of the universe is only a hundred years old. What is fascinating is that a particular type of star, called Cepheids, is primarily responsible for the change of our view. In this episode of Kainaati Gup Shup, astrophysicist Salman Hameed discuss why Cepheids played such a central role in this episode of Kainaati Gup Shup. For more information about Kainaat Videos: https://www.kainaatstudios.com/ Please subscribe to our channel for Kids here: https://www.youtube.com/@KainaatKids And please subscribe to our English channel here: https://www.youtube.com/@kainaatastronomyinenglish For more information about Kainaat Videos: Official Website: https://www.kainaatstudios.com/ LinkTree (All Links in ONE): https://linktr.ee/kainaatstudios Kainaat Studios's Social Media Portfolio (Follow us): Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kainaatstudios Twitter: https://twitter.com/KainaatStudios Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kainaatstudios/ Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/kainaat 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: Written & Hosted by: Salman Hameed Edited by: Shehryar Shaikh Music: “Kainaat” by Umer Piracha Subtitles by: DigiCircle Images: NASA, Wikipedia, ESA, ESO, Shutterstock, JPL, Science Photo Library Galactic Orbiters (Founding Supporters): Sahr Foundation Qazi Family Foundation PixelEdge Stellar Orbiters: Dr. Zafar Iqbal & Dr. Mehr Iqbal Ashraf Qazi Aimen Khan Slavena Emilova Molle Abid & Farah Donation Fund AIIR Foundation Space Orbiters: Dr. Abdul Nadir Dr. Asad Ansari Dr. Salman Mallick Dr. Tariq Hameed Asif Alam Zubair Faiz Dr. Kamran Manzoor Dr. Arsalan Malik Junaid Qurashi Thank you to all our other monthly donors as well! If you want to donate, please visit https://www.kainaatstudios.com/donate Chapters: 00:00 - Intro 01:51 - Center of solar system 04:29 - Center of Galaxy 06:10 - Battle of understanding galaxies 08:55 - Cepheid Variable star 11:10 - Magellanic clouds 13:00 - Leavitt's law 15:37- Inverse Square law 17:30 - Distance to Andromeda galaxy
[Urdu/Hindi] A New Way To Form a Black Hole! | Kainaati Gup Shup |
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[Urdu/Hindi] A New Way To Form a Black Hole! | Kainaati Gup Shup |

When large stars die, they end up as a blackhole. We know this as one of the ways to form a blackhole. But there has been a puzzle. How do you form supermassive blackholes that exist at the center of almost all galaxies? Now, theoretical models and observations from James Webb Space Telescope strongly hit at a different way to to form blackholes - this time without the involvement of stars! Please join astrophysicist Salman Hameed in discussing this mechanism in this episode of Kainaati Gup Shup. Helpful Sources about this video: FirstDetection of an OverMassive Black Hole Galaxy UHZ1: Evidence for Heavy Black Hole Seed Formation from Direct Collapse: https://arxiv.org/pdf/2308.02654.pdf For more information about Kainaat Videos: https://www.kainaatstudios.com/ Please subscribe to our channel for Kids here: https://www.youtube.com/@KainaatKids And please subscribe to our English channel here: https://www.youtube.com/@kainaatastronomyinenglish For more information about Kainaat Videos: Official Website: https://www.kainaatstudios.com/ LinkTree (All Links in ONE): https://linktr.ee/kainaatstudios Kainaat Studios's Social Media Portfolio (Follow us): Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kainaatstudios Twitter: https://twitter.com/KainaatStudios Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kainaatstudios/ Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/kainaat 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: Written & Hosted by: Salman Hameed Edited by: Shehryar Shaikh Music: “Kainaat” by Umer Piracha Subtitles by: DigiCircle Images: NASA, Wikipedia, ESA, ESO, Shutterstock, JPL, Science Photo Library, Quanta Magazine, Wired Magazine Galactic Orbiters (Founding Supporters): Sahr Foundation Qazi Family Foundation PixelEdge Stellar Orbiters: Dr. Zafar Iqbal & Dr. Mehr Iqbal Ashraf Qazi Aimen Khan Slavena Emilova Molle Abid & Farah Donation Fund AIIR Foundation Space Orbiters: Dr. Abdul Nadir Dr. Asad Ansari Dr. Salman Mallick Dr. Tariq Hameed Asif Alam Zubair Faiz Dr. Kamran Manzoor Dr. Arsalan Malik Junaid Qurashi Thank you to all our other monthly donors as well! If you want to donate, please visit https://www.kainaatstudios.com/donate
[Urdu/Hindi] How to think about the crisis in cosmology? | Kainaati Gup Shup |
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[Urdu/Hindi] How to think about the crisis in cosmology? | Kainaati Gup Shup |

Are we on the verge of discovering new physics or is this a modest debate within cosmology that is hyped up by headlines? The issue at the center is the expansion rate of the universe. Two different methods give two different answers. There should just be one answer. This is called "Hubble Tension". Please join astrophysicist Salman Hameed in this episode of Kainaati Gup Shup to discuss this and how to think about it? Useful sources: For more detailed explanation, please see: The “crisis in cosmology” is pure exaggeration https://medium.com/starts-with-a-bang/the-crisis-in-cosmology-is-pure-exaggeration-f27eb59af4ba How Does The CMB Reveal The Hubble Constant? https://www.forbes.com/sites/startswithabang/2021/01/15/ask-ethan-how-does-the-cmb-reveal-the-hubble-constant/ Cool Worlds podcast: Wendy Freedman - The Crisis in Cosmology, Standard Candles, Future of Cosmology https://youtu.be/Iva024YXSAA?si=Ag3DxuOpTQR4G619 For more information about Kainaat Videos: https://www.kainaatstudios.com/ Please subscribe to our channel for Kids here: https://www.youtube.com/@KainaatKids And please subscribe to our English channel here: https://www.youtube.com/@kainaatastronomyinenglish 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: Written & Hosted by: Salman Hameed Edited by: Shehryar Shaikh Music: “Kainaat” by Umer Piracha Subtitles by: DigiCircle Images: NASA, Wikipedia, ESA, ESO, Shutterstock, JPL, Science Photo Library, Quanta Magazine, Wired Magazine Galactic Orbiters (Founding Supporters): Sahr Foundation Qazi Family Foundation PixelEdge Stellar Orbiters: Dr. Zafar Iqbal & Dr. Mehr Iqbal Ashraf Qazi Aimen Khan Slavena Emilova Molle Abid & Farah Donation Fund AIIR Foundation Space Orbiters: Dr. Abdul Nadir Dr. Asad Ansari Dr. Salman Mallick Dr. Tariq Hameed Asif Alam Zubair Faiz Dr. Kamran Manzoor Dr. Arsalan Malik Junaid Qurashi Thank you to all our other monthly donors as well! If you want to donate, please visit https://www.kainaatstudios.com/donate
Ozone, Evolution, and a Supernova! |Urdu/Hindi| |Kainaati Gup Shup|
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Ozone, Evolution, and a Supernova! |Urdu/Hindi| |Kainaati Gup Shup|

The ozone layer is crucial for life. Its formation allowed life to evolve from oceans to live on land, resulting in complex lifeforms such as mammals. But we know that the ozone layer is also fragile. Some of the ozone layer was damaged by chemicals used by humans. But in a fascinating study, now we know that a star that exploded almost 2 billion light years away, also briefly damaged the ozone in our atmosphere. Please join astrophysicist Salman Hameed in this episode of Kainaati Gup Shup to talk about this supernova and the resulting gamma ray burst that impacted the ozone layer. Reference article: Piersanti, M., Ubertini, P., Battiston, R. et al. Evidence of an upper ionospheric electric field perturbation correlated with a gamma ray burst. Nat Commun 14, 7013 (2023). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41467-023-42551-5 We know that the Moon formed when a Mars-sized protoplanet, Theia, slammed into Earth about 4.5 billion years ago. But what happened to Theia? A new study published in the journal Nature suggests that the remnants of Theia are inside the Earth. Please join astrophysicist Salman Hameed in this episode of Kainaati Gup Shup to talk about Theia and the origins of our Moon. Reference article: Yuan, Q., Li, M., Desch, S.J. et al. Moon-forming impactor as a source of Earth’s basal mantle anomalies. Nature 623, 95–99 (2023). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41586-023-06589-1 High resolution collision simulations mentioned in the video: https://icc.dur.ac.uk/giant_impacts/ Kainaati Gup Shup on How Did Our Moon Form? https://youtu.be/10ycQ8ZAQ9s?si=gefreHyZpyVxIr3T For more information about Kainaat Videos: https://www.kainaatstudios.com/ Please subscribe to our channel for Kids here: https://www.youtube.com/@KainaatKids And please subscribe to our English channel here: https://www.youtube.com/@kainaatastronomyinenglish 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: Written & Hosted by: Salman Hameed Edited by: Shehryar Shaikh Music: “Kainaat” by Umer Piracha Subtitles by: DigiCircle Images: NASA, JPL, Wikipedia, Nature, Reuters, ESA, Cambridge University Major Support Provided by: Sahr Foundation Dr. Zafar Iqbal & Dr. Mehr Iqbal PixelEdge Aimen Khan Slavena Emilova Molle AIIR Foundation Our Space Orbiter Donors: Dr. Abdul Nadir Dr. Asad Ansari Dr. Salman Mallick Dr. Tariq Hameed Asif Alam Zubair Faiz Dr. Kamran Manzoor Dr. Arsalan Malik Junaid Qurashi Thank you to all our other monthly donors as well! If you want to donate, please visit https://www.kainaatstudios.com/donate
Moon forming Theia inside the Earth! | Urdu/Hindi | Kainaati Gup Shup
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Moon forming Theia inside the Earth! | Urdu/Hindi | Kainaati Gup Shup

We know that the Moon formed when a Mars-sized protoplanet, Theia, slammed into Earth about 4.5 billion years ago. But what happened to Theia? A new study published in the journal Nature suggests that the remnants of Theia are inside the Earth. Please join astrophysicist Salman Hameed in this episode of Kainaati Gup Shup to talk about Theia and the origins of our Moon. Reference article: Yuan, Q., Li, M., Desch, S.J. et al. Moon-forming impactor as a source of Earth’s basal mantle anomalies. Nature 623, 95–99 (2023). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41586-023-06589-1 High resolution collision simulations mentioned in the video: https://icc.dur.ac.uk/giant_impacts/ Kainaati Gup Shup on How Did Our Moon Form? https://youtu.be/10ycQ8ZAQ9s?si=gefreHyZpyVxIr3T For more information about Kainaat Videos: https://www.kainaatstudios.com/ Please subscribe to our channel for Kids here: https://www.youtube.com/@KainaatKids And please subscribe to our English channel here: https://www.youtube.com/@kainaatastronomyinenglish 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: Written & Hosted by: Salman Hameed Edited by: Shehryar Shaikh Music: “Kainaat” by Umer Piracha Subtitles by: DigiCircle Images: NASA, JPL, AGU, Wikipedia, Nature, Hernán Cañellas, Jacob Kegerreis et al, Quan et al. Major Support Provided by: Sahr Foundation Dr. Zafar Iqbal & Dr. Mehr Iqbal PixelEdge Aimen Khan Slavena Emilova Molle AIIR Foundation Our Space Orbiter Donors: Dr. Abdul Nadir Dr. Asad Ansari Dr. Salman Mallick Dr. Tariq Hameed Asif Alam Zubair Faiz Dr. Kamran Manzoor Dr. Arsalan Malik Junaid Qurashi Thank you to all our other monthly donors as well! If you want to donate, please visit https://www.kainaatstudios.com/donate
James Webb discovers JuMBOs in Orion nebula! | Urdu/Hindi | Kainaati Gup Shup
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James Webb discovers JuMBOs in Orion nebula! | Urdu/Hindi | Kainaati Gup Shup

Astronomers have discovered thousands of planets around other stars. But now, for the first time, they have discovered binary planets. These were discovered by James Webb Space Telescope in the Orion nebula. We still don't know how they were formed, but this may point to the existence of many planets in between stars. Join astrophysicist Salman Hameed for a conversation about this discovery in this episode of Kainaati Gup Shup. You can read the reference paper here: McCaughrean & Pearson (2023): A JWST survey of the Trapezium Cluster & inner Orion Nebula I. Observations & overview: https://arxiv.org/pdf/2310.03552.pdf For more information about Kainaat Videos: https://www.kainaatstudios.com/ Please subscribe to our channel for Kids here: https://www.youtube.com/@UCDt7wgStPBzuxtcAf2qqnkg And please subscribe to our English channel here: https://www.youtube.com/@UCRxSEYAVlO5nG6V-mH5s0YQ 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: Written & Hosted by: Salman Hameed Edited by: Shehryar Shaikh Music: “Kainaat” by Umer Piracha Subtitles by: DigiCircle Images: NASA, JAXA, JPL, Wikipedia Major Support Provided by: Sahr Foundation Dr. Zafar Iqbal & Dr. Mehr Iqbal PixelEdge Aimen Khan Slavena Emilova Molle AIIR Foundation Our Space Orbiter Donors: Dr. Abdul Nadir Dr. Asad Ansari Dr. Salman Mallick Dr. Tariq Hameed Asif Alam Zubair Faiz Dr. Kamran Manzoor Dr. Arsalan Malik Junaid Qurashi Thank you to all our other monthly donors as well! If you want to donate, please visit https://www.kainaatstudios.com/donate
Why did we bring asteroid dirt back to Earth? | Urdu/Hindi | Kainaati Gup Shup
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Why did we bring asteroid dirt back to Earth? | Urdu/Hindi | Kainaati Gup Shup

NASA's Osiris Rex mission brought samples from asteroid Bennu. Japanese mission Hayabusa 2 brought back samples from asteroid Ryugu. Why are these samples important? What do we learn from them? Please join astrophysicist Salman Hameed in exploring these and more questions in this episode of Kainaati Gup Shup. For more information about Kainaat Videos: https://www.kainaatstudios.com/ Please subscribe to our channel for Kids here: https://www.youtube.com/@UCDt7wgStPBzuxtcAf2qqnkg And please subscribe to our English channel here: https://www.youtube.com/@UCRxSEYAVlO5nG6V-mH5s0YQ 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: Written & Hosted by: Salman Hameed Edited by: Shehryar Shaikh Music: “Kainaat” by Umer Piracha Subtitles by: DigiCircle Images: NASA, JAXA, JPL, Wikipedia Major Support Provided by: Sahr Foundation Dr. Zafar Iqbal & Dr. Mehr Iqbal PixelEdge Aimen Khan Slavena Emilova Molle AIIR Foundation Our Space Orbiter Donors: Dr. Abdul Nadir Dr. Asad Ansari Dr. Salman Mallick Dr. Tariq Hameed Asif Alam Zubair Faiz Dr. Kamran Manzoor Dr. Arsalan Malik Junaid Qurashi Thank you to all our other monthly donors as well! If you want to donate, please visit https://www.kainaatstudios.com/donate
Travel to the Farthest Galaxy in the Universe | Urdu/Hindi | Kainaati Gup Shup
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Travel to the Farthest Galaxy in the Universe | Urdu/Hindi | Kainaati Gup Shup

Can we see the very first galaxies in the universe? May be. Because the speed of light is finite, the farther away you see, the longer the light takes to get to us. This way, astronomy allows to see a universe that is younger. James Webb Space Telescope has identified some galaxies that are so far away that their light has taken billions of years to get to us. Please join astrophysicist Salman Hameed in taking a journey to Maisie's Galaxy, the farthest galaxy in the universe. The light from this galaxy started its journey when the the universe was only 390 million years old. For more information presented in the video: CEERS Site: https://ceers.github.io/index.html Confirmation and refutation of very luminous galaxies in the early Universe, Haro et al. (2023): https://www.nature.com/articles/s41586-023-06521-7 Background article to read: https://bigthink.com/starts-with-a-bang/jwst-most-distant-galaxy/ For more information about Kainaat Videos: https://www.kainaatstudios.com/ Please subscribe to our channel for Kids here: https://www.youtube.com/@UCDt7wgStPBzuxtcAf2qqnkg And please subscribe to our English channel here: https://www.youtube.com/@UCRxSEYAVlO5nG6V-mH5s0YQ 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: Written & Hosted by: Salman Hameed Edited by: Shehryar Shaikh Music: “Kainaat” by Umer Piracha Subtitles by: DigiCircle Images: NASA, STScI, JWST, HST Major Support Provided by: Sahr Foundation Dr. Zafar Iqbal & Dr. Mehr Iqbal PixelEdge Aimen Khan Slavena Emilova Molle AIIR Foundation Our Space Orbiter Donors: Dr. Abdul Nadir Dr. Asad Ansari Dr. Salman Mallick Dr. Tariq Hameed Asif Alam Zubair Faiz Dr. Kamran Manzoor Dr. Arsalan Malik Junaid Qurashi Thank you to all our other monthly donors as well! If you want to donate, please visit https://www.kainaatstudios.com/donate
Why is everyone going to the Lunar South Pole? | Urdu/Hindi | Kainaati Gup Shup
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Why is everyone going to the Lunar South Pole? | Urdu/Hindi | Kainaati Gup Shup

India's Chandrayaan-3 mission landed in the south polar region of the Moon. We are also going to see a flurry of space missions to the same area in the coming months, including the Chinese Change' 6 mission, and NASA's Artemis. What is going on? Please join astrophysicist Salman Hameed in exploring the reasons for this interest in the lunar south pole. We now have Kainaat English as well. You can subscribe it here: For more information about Kainaat Videos: https://www.kainaatstudios.com/ Please subscribe to our channel for Kids here: https://www.youtube.com/@UCDt7wgStPBzuxtcAf2qqnkg And please subscribe to our English channel here: https://www.youtube.com/@UCRxSEYAVlO5nG6V-mH5s0YQ 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: Written & Hosted by: Salman Hameed Edited by: Shehryar Shaikh Music: “Kainaat” by Umer Piracha Subtitles by: DigiCircle Images: STScI, NASA, ESA, ESO, Galactic Hunter Major Support Provided by: Sahr Foundation Dr. Zafar Iqbal & Dr. Mehr Iqbal PixelEdge Aimen Khan Slavena Emilova Molle AIIR Foundation Our Space Orbiter Donors: Dr. Abdul Nadir Dr. Asad Ansari Dr. Salman Mallick Dr. Tariq Hameed Asif Alam Zubair Faiz Dr. Kamran Manzoor Dr. Arsalan Malik Junaid Qurashi Thank you to all our other monthly donors as well! If you want to donate, please visit https://www.kainaatstudios.com/donate
Two Stunning Images from James Webb Space Telescope! | Urdu/Hindi | Kainaati Gup Shup
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Two Stunning Images from James Webb Space Telescope! | Urdu/Hindi | Kainaati Gup Shup

The first images of James Webb Telescope images were released just over a year ago. To celebrate this anniversary, here we talk about two images that highlight not only its science, but also its beauty and wonder. Please join astrophysicist Salman Hameed in looking at the star forming region, Rho Ophiuchi and the grand design spiral, M74, in this Urdu/Hindi video. Oh, and we also talk about the mysterious "?" in the one of the new James Webb images! You can down JWST Rho Ophiuchi image here: https://esawebb.org/images/weic2316a/ You can download JWST M74 image here: https://esawebb.org/images/potm2208a/ We now have Kainaat English as well. You can subscribe it here: For more information about Kainaat Videos: https://www.kainaatstudios.com/ Please subscribe to our channel for Kids here: https://www.youtube.com/@UCDt7wgStPBzuxtcAf2qqnkg And please subscribe to our English channel here: https://www.youtube.com/@UCRxSEYAVlO5nG6V-mH5s0YQ 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: Written & Hosted by: Salman Hameed Edited by: Shehryar Shaikh Music: “Kainaat” by Umer Piracha Subtitles by: DigiCircle Images: STScI, NASA, ESA, ESO, Galactic Hunter Major Support Provided by: Sahr Foundation Dr. Zafar Iqbal & Dr. Mehr Iqbal PixelEdge Aimen Khan Slavena Emilova Molle AIIR Foundation Our Space Orbiter Donors: Dr. Abdul Nadir Dr. Asad Ansari Dr. Salman Mallick Dr. Tariq Hameed Asif Alam Zubair Faiz Dr. Kamran Manzoor Dr. Arsalan Malik Junaid Qurashi Thank you to all our other monthly donors as well! If you want to donate, please visit https://www.kainaatstudios.com/donate
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