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Why Is the Sun’s Corona So Hot?

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Would Aliens Be Able to See Earth?

Scientists have worked out how likely it is that distant planets can see earth, and we are learning new ways to study the magnetic fields of galaxies. Host: Hank Green ---------- Support...
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The Future of Interstellar Communication

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The Hot Mess That Was the Mir Space Station

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A Better Way to Study Earth, and Lessons from Jellyfish Galaxies

A new detector can use neutrinos to help us take a peek inside Earth, and a study of jellyfish galaxies can help us understand more about an unsolved problem...
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Even with scientifically controlled diets, astronauts can't yet safely prevent gas in space. What gives them gas, and why are they still eating it? Hosted by: Reid Reimers ---------- Support SciShow by...
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NASA’s Planetary Protection Job, and a Brand New Way to Study Neutrinos

The Planetary Protection Office is hiring and we’ve found a much easier way to study neutrinos. Host: Hank Green ---------- Support SciShow by becoming a patron on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/scishow ---------- Dooblydoo thanks go to...
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3 Mars Mysteries We Really Should Have Solved By Now

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