Amazing video showing the size difference between the astros of our solar system!
The entire vid starts with asteroids and ends with our Sun Check it out later~
Comparing with our home planet, Jupiter is 1,120% the size of the Earth and Mercury is only 38%
Mostly asteroids and comets of the inner solar system are there because of Jupiter massive bulk that drifts away those small objects
Meanwhile Saturn gained many of its moons because of that
Saturn's moons are as famous as its rings, Titan for exemple has its own atmosphere!!! Many people believe that it is possible to study evidences of life there (but most likely different that we know )
Full video: https://youtu.be/ampcQYXHkM4
Video incrível mostrando a diferença de tamanho dos astros do nosso sistema solar!
O vídeo inteiro começa com asteroides e termina com o Sol Veja depois~
Comparando com o nosso planeta, Júpiter é 1.120% do tamanho da Terra e Mercúrio é apenas 38%
A maioria dos asteróides e cometas da parte interna do sistema solar estão lá por causa do volume massivo de Júpiter que direciona estes pequenos objetos
Enquanto isso Saturno ganhou boa parte de suas luas por causa disso
As luas de Saturno são tão famosas quanto seus anéis, como por exemplo Titã que tem sua própria atmosfera!!! Muitas pessoas acreditam que é possível estudar evidências de vida lá (mas seria diferente da vida q conhecemos )
Vídeo completo: https://youtu.be/ampcQYXHkM4
This sciencey dram is from Rhode Island. Lord C and I took a special, super fun, road trip to get a bottle!
It's bottled in this cool flask because science is involved in the distilling of this "easy drinking American whiskey".
They've discovered a way to achieve the smoothness of an 18 year-old whiskey in only 40 minutes. They combined craft with a revolutionary science called Compression Aging to create a whiskey preferred over expensive, leading luxury whiskies. This process accelerates and enhances nature’s maturation process through science.*
They small-batch distil toasted American Oak in a combo of distilled whiskies from Corn, Wheat, Barley and Rye. Instead of putting the whiskey in a barrel and waiting, they put the barrel in the whiskey and accelerate the maturation process using computer-controlled cycles of heat and pressure.
I have to say, I'm undecided about this one. At first, it tastes a LOT like bourbon to me, but with smoke and charred oak that gives it kind of a scotch finish, the nose is definitely really yummy scotch. I was really surprised to smell scotch and taste bourbon LOL... I will have to do another tasting to be sure and give you more details. Soon!
This is literally a screenshot of the 'research' I did immediately before my last meeting of today, just to make sure i understood the parameters of the potential client relationship. #noshit#actualresearch#science#shutupsage