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 BBC: Seven Ages of Starlight |  英国广播公司星光七纪元

 

 BBC: 恒星七纪

 

这是一个关于恒星的史诗般的故事,以及发现它们的故事是如何转变了我们对于宇宙的理解。曾几何时我们认为太阳和恒星是众神和巨人。现在我们知道,在某种意义上,我们是对的。恒星都有它们独特的特点,历史和在宇宙中的角色。最起码,它们在创造我们的过程中扮演了极其重要的角色。

This is the epic story of the stars, and how discovering their tale has transformed our own understanding of the universe.

Once we thought the sun and stars were gods and giants. Now we know, in a way, our instincts were right. The stars do all have their own characters, histories and role in the cosmos. Not least, they played a vital part in creating us.

 

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[Homework]2015-06-12 BBC:星光七纪元-42

Even for NASA nebulae are too far away to visit, so they've built one of their own here on earth, 40 years ago scientists peered into the clouds of dust and gas created from the remains of stars, and to their surprise, found not just elements but organic molecules.I think it really is a shift in people's thinking about this, 50, 60 years ago people didn't think space had any of this kind of molecular complexity, now we know it does, many of these molecules are organic molecules, many of them maybe complex and in fact some of them are likely to be the kinds of molecules you like to have around if you want to have life get started.
Dr Scott Sanford is at the cutting edge of research at NASA where they're trying to answer an extraordinary question of our stars, just how many steps towards life can be made in the nebulae that are the stellar nurseries and graveyards of outer space.
So what we have right now is a nice little simulation of an interstellar dense molecular cloud, so this is a star formation region in a jar basically, and now we just need to let it cook for 24 hours and then we will be ready to pull the sample out and see what we've made.
When Scott and other scientists have analyzed their results, what they found is that as the nebulae create stars, they make the building blocks of living things on earth.

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Even for NASA nebulae are too far away to visit, so they built one of their own here on earth. 40 years ago, scientists peered into the cloud of dust and gas created from the their remains of stars, and to their surprise found not just elements but all organic molecules.
I think it really is a shift and people think about these, fifty, sixty years ago people didn’t think space at any this time molecule complexity, now we know it does, many these molecules are organic, molecules many of them may be complexity, and in facts some of them are likely to be kinds of molecules you like to have around if you want to have life get stared.
Dr Scott Sandford is the cutting edge of research at NASA, where tried to answer an extraordinary question about stars, just how many steps towards life can be made in nebulae that the stellar nurseries and graveyards of outer space.
To so we have right now is a nice little simulation of an interstellar dense molecule, so this is a star formation region in a jar basically, and I was just need to let it cook for 24 hours and then we will be ready to pull the sample head out and see what we’ve made.
When Scott and other scientists analyze their results, what they found is that as the nebulae created stars they make the building blocks of living thing on earth.
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