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The Coldest Place in the Universe – The Countdown, Episode 34

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More to explore:

ALMA Reveals Ghostly Shape of ‘Coldest Place in the Universe’ (National Radio Astronomy Observatory)

United Nations to Adopt Asteroid Defense Plan (Scientific American)

Earth’s Water Likely Came from Very Early Asteroid Strikes (Space.com)

Sun Continues to Emit Solar Flares (NASA)

Kepler Spacecraft Finds First-Known Tilted Solar System (Scientific American)

And visit the Royal Ontario Museum’s YouTube channel to watch their whole video about the Tagish Lake Meteorite

Credits:

Host/writer: Sophie Bushwick
Story advisors: Clara Moskowitz & Michael Moyer
Production assistant: Josh Krisch
Editor: Joss Fong
Producer: Eric R. Olson

 

About the Author: Joss is the video production intern at Scientific American and a graduate student in the Science, Health and Environmental Reporting program at New York University. Follow on twitter at @jossfong

The views expressed are those of the author and are not necessarily those of Scientific American.





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