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How Much Water Is on Earth?

How Much Water Is on Earth?

It’s been drilled into our heads that the majority of Earth is covered in water, but just how much is there? Wren of Corridor Crew provides some great visualizations to give us a better idea of the volume of H2O, and when packed into a sphere, its size is surprising.

Bringing the Sun to the Earth

Bringing the Sun to the Earth

Kurzgesagt’s latest thought experiment explores what might happen to us if we somehow managed to load up bits of the Sun brought them right here to Earth. Depending on which part you captured, it could simply vanish, or destroy life as we know it.

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Lost Worlds on Earth

Lost Worlds on Earth

While we’re as excited about space exploration as anyone, adventurers and scientists continue to make discoveries right here on Earth. TheHUB looks at some of these remote and elusive locations, along with the unusual organisms and ecosystems that thrive in them.

Alternative Skies

Alternative Skies

Ever wondered what our skies might look like if the Earth were somewhere else in the universe? Russia’s space agency Roscosmos created a series of images which envision some of the alternative views we could have – assuming our pesky atmosphere didn’t get in the way.

ISS Night Tour

ISS Night Tour

Another breathtaking time lapse video made with photographs taken from the International Space Station, with Dr. Justin Wilkinson of the NASA Johnson Space Center serving as our tour guide.

ISS Time-Lapse: Full Edit

ISS Time-Lapse: Full Edit

We’ve been pretty impressed by the previous footage shot from the International Space Station orbiting the Earth, but this 5 minute edit by Michael König is truly the pièce de résistance.

Orbiting Earth Time-Lapse

Orbiting Earth Time-Lapse

This time-lapse taken from the front of the International Space Station gives us a quick glimpse into what flying over the planet would be like. Full screen and HD are a must for this ride.

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