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Learn about exoplanets with !
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StarTalk Nov 17
Why does think that science is the inoculation against charlatans?
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StarTalk Nov 17
Why do people go on second dates even when someone doesn't seem like a perfect match? StarTalk All-Star and have some thoughts.
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StarTalk Nov 17
All you need to know: 2019’s Leonid meteor shower
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StarTalk Nov 17
Watch answer one of science's most pressing questions: How many licks does it take to get to the center of a Tootsie Pop?
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StarTalk Nov 17
Wait! White holes and black holes are connected? How? Get the answer from , , and .
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StarTalk Nov 17
Cosmic Minute: explains to and why sub-orbital flights are a great way for civilians to see Earth from space:
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StarTalk Nov 17
Sunday Brunch with a “Side Order of Science”: What did politics and the Cold War have to do with the space race? Neil deGrasse Tyson answers fan-submitted questions chosen by co-host Chuck Nice:
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StarTalk Nov 17
11/17/70: Soviet rover Lunokhood 1 landed on the moon, becoming the first robotic visitor to explore the lunar surface:
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Neil deGrasse Tyson Nov 17
Replying to @RichardDawkins
Stuff you never knew about tides: [Video: 13m] p.s. A full treatment of tides on Earth eluded both Galileo & Newton, until the the 19th century treatise "Tides and Kindred Phenomena" by George Howard Darwin. Yes, son of Charles.
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StarTalk Nov 17
11/17/67: Houston, we have liftoff...from the moon! Surveyor 6 launched itself 4 meters off the lunar surface, the 1st successful engine test on the moon:
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StarTalk Nov 16
What exactly are gravitational waves? has you covered!
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StarTalk Nov 16
Can love conquer tech? tells about our primal drive towards love.
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StarTalk Nov 16
The expansion rate of the universe happened faster than the speed of light. How is that possible? has the answer - and it sounds like a physics paradox.
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StarTalk Nov 16
Have you ever wondered how dimensions and holograms work? Find out from , , and .
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StarTalk Nov 16
SoundBite: tells about the time he met Superman:
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StarTalk Nov 16
This Is an Entirely New State of Matter...Let's Party.
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StarTalk Nov 16
Today's Side Order of Science: Why doesn't our atmosphere get sucked into space? & explore vacuums:
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StarTalk Nov 16
11/16/73: The 3rd and final Skylab crew launched to the station - a notable mission for setting a then-record for time spent in space, as well as the 1st space mutiny:
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