• How Pluto's Heart Makes Its Atmosphere Spin Backward | SciShow News

    How Pluto's Heart Makes Its Atmosphere Spin Backward | SciShow News Plutos heart is revealing itself to be a major influence on the dwarf planets landscape and atmosphere, and scientists used atom probe tomography (APT) for the first time on lunar ... SciShow Space SciShow Space Feb 14, 2020

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  • Why Space Over South America is Deadly for Satellites

    Why Space Over South America is Deadly for Satellites Theres a region of Earths atmosphere known as the South Atlantic Anomaly, and its one of the most dangerous near-Earth areas of space, both for satellites and humans.Hosted by: Rei ... SciShow Space SciShow Space Feb 11, 2020

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  • Astronomers Captured Our Sun in the Highest Resolution Ever | SciShow News

    Astronomers Captured Our Sun in the Highest Resolution Ever | SciShow News A new telescope, the DKIST, has given us our most direct look at the Sun ever, in the highest resolution yet. And a paper published last week has revealed how ... SciShow Space SciShow Space Feb 7, 2020

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  • The Old Sailors' Tool That Saved Apollo 13

    The Old Sailors' Tool That Saved Apollo 13 In the 1700s, sailors used sextants to navigate the seas. Centuries later, these old-timey tools saved the day on not one, but two of the Apollo missions!Hosted by: Reid ReimersSci ... SciShow Space SciShow Space Feb 4, 2020

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  • The Legacy of the Spitzer Space Telescope | SciShow News

    The Legacy of the Spitzer Space Telescope | SciShow News On January 30, 2020, we had to say goodbye to NASAs Spitzer Space Telescope after more thank 16 years of revolutionizing infrared astronomy. Today, SciShow sends it off and says ... SciShow Space SciShow Space Jan 31, 2020

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  • Could Life Survive Without a Star?

    Could Life Survive Without a Star? There are billions of planets out there that dont orbit stars. The sheer abundance of these planets has led some scientists to wonder if life could emerge without a star.Crash ... SciShow Space SciShow Space Jan 28, 2020

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  • There's Apparently an Asteroid Between Mercury and Venus | Space News

    There's Apparently an Asteroid Between Mercury and Venus | Space News Astronomers have found the first asteroid orbiting closer to the Sun than Venus, and recently, some scientists have been looking at Earth, trying to understand the origins of our p ... SciShow Space SciShow Space Jan 24, 2020

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  • How Levitating Dust Shapes Airless Worlds

    How Levitating Dust Shapes Airless Worlds Our moon has no atmosphere, but sometimes it has visible bands of light streaking across its sky, and scientists suspect that electrostatic forces could explain this levitating dus ... SciShow Space SciShow Space Jan 21, 2020

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  • Get Ready for a New Star in the Night Sky! | SciShow News

    Get Ready for a New Star in the Night Sky! | SciShow News Astronomers are predicting that two stars are likely to merge and explode, and it may happen soon... on a cosmic timescale. Plus, scientists break up a meteorite and find the ... SciShow Space SciShow Space Jan 17, 2020

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  • This Little-Known Lab Is Changing the Future of Space

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