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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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  The supernovae that Alex photographs are hundreds of millions of light years away. The only reason that he can photograph them so distinctly is because there are such colossal explosions. And appreciating the power of a supernova's explosion has been the key to understanding the very composition of the universe. For centuries, scientists have known thta everything we see on  earth is made of ninety two elements, and the stars are made of the same ones. We can see it in their starlight.
  Different elements give off different colours when they are heated, when they are energized. So if we look at a growing cloud of gas in the sky, we can determine what chemicl  elements it's made from by seeing what colours it has. The calsium should produce a violet colour. Stronsuium, vow look at the stronsium go. sodium, a bit like the light of  the flames. And finally I have got some copper here.
  Look at the remnant of a supernova and you spot the signature colours of some elements. Modern scientists can reveal the full story by splitting the light with a prism to create a spectrum.
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The supernovae, the direct photographs, are hundreds of millions of light years away. The only reason he can photograph so distinctively is because they are such colossal explosions. And appreciating the power of the supernovae’s explosion has been key to understanding the very composition of the universe. For centuries, scientists have known that everything we see on earth is made up of 92 elements and stars are made of the very same ones. We can see it in their star light. Different elements give off different colors of light when they are heated, when they are energized, so if we look at glowing cloud of the gas in the sky, we can determine what chemical elements it’s made from by seeing what colors it has. Potassium should produce a violet color. Look it back, well, strontium, well, look at the strontium gold, sodium, a bit like the light of the flames. And finally, we got some copper here. Look at the remnant of supernovae, and you can spot the signature colors of some elements. Modern scientists can reveal the full story by splitting the light with the prism to create the spectrum.
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The supernovae that Alex photographs are hundreds of millions of light years away, the only reason he can photograph them so distinctly is because they are such colossal explosions, and appreciating the power of a supernova's explosion has been key to understanding the very composition of the universe. For centuries scientists have known that everything we see on Earth is made up of 92 elements, and the stars are made of the same ones, we can see it in their starlight.
Different elements give off different colors of light when they are heated, when they are energized, so if we look at a glowing cloud of gas in the sky, we can determine what chemical elements it's made from by seeing what colors it has. Potassium should produce a violet color, look at that, Strontium, look at the Strontium go, Sodium a bit like the light of the flames, and finally i've got some copper here.
Look at the remnant of a supernova, and you can spot the signature colors of some elements, modern scientists can reveal the full story by splitting the light with a prism to create a spectrum.
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The supernovae that A’s photographs are hundreds of millions of the night years away, the only reason he can photography them so distinctly, it’s because they are such colossal explosions, and appreciating the power of the supernovae’s explosion has been key to understanding the very composition of the universe. For centuries, scientists have known that everything we see on earth is made up of 92 elements, and the stars are made the very same ones, we can see it in their star night.
Different elements give off different colors of the light when they are heated, when they are energized, so if we look at a glowing cloud of gas in the sky, we can determine what chemical elements is made from by seeing what color it has. The potassium should produce a violet color, look at that, Strontium, look at the strontium go, Sodium a bit like the light of the flames, and finally I got some copper here.
Look at the remnant of the supernovae, and you can spot the signature colors of some elements, modern scientists can reveal the full story by splitting the light with a prism to create a spectrum.
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