字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 you remember the first time you were told that there are more stars in the sky than there are grains of sand on all the beaches and deserts in the whole entire world? I d'oh! I didn't believe it. Hi, I'm Derek. I run the Science Channel. Very Tassio. I want to talk to you today about something called YouTube Space Lab. It's being launched to give you the opportunity to have an experiment you designed performed in space. Where you have to do is go to youtube dot com slash spacelab, Read all the terms and conditions, makes your parents a comfortable with you doing it and then try to make a two minute video that explains what you want to do in space. If your age 14 to 18 you can enter, get into action, make a YouTube video. Explain the idea that you would like to see performing the space station, making upside down dance around, make it with your friend of pet moose dressing a morph suit booth. Now your idea will be scored by a very special panel of judges, so make sure you describe your hypothesis, method and expected results. If you're successful, you could win a trip to NASA, and your experiment could be performed in space and broadcast live to the world. That is a pretty awesome prize. I mean, I wish I could enter this. Anyone got a fake I d Coming up with ideas is not easy, but, you know, they're actually more connections in your brain than there are stars in the Milky Way galaxy. Believe that. That is a lot of stars that get you inspired. We've created this playlist of amazing space related videos, so check him out.