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Category: Space
- George Smoot: The design of the universe
- Venus
- Uranus
- Atmospheric homes of elves and sprites revealed
- Buzz Aldrin Interview
- What Will Happen to the Earth When the Sun Dies?
- Universe's first stars bulk up in simulation
- Tunguska Explosion 30 July 1908
- Space Toilet
- Phoenix's Entry, Descent, and Landing on Mars
- Where is the center of the Universe?
- Cassini to Graze Saturn Moon's Plumes
- Planets and Pennies
- How Do You Discover an Asteroid?
- Massive Solar Storms
- Why Are Solar Eclipses Only Visible in Some Places?
- Why Does the Moon Look Like It Changes?
- Formation of the Solar System
- Hubble Trouble
- STEREO (Solar TErrestrial RElations Observatory)
- Jupiter Icy Moons Orbiter
- What Causes Earth's Seasons?
- Why Isn't Pluto a Planet Any More?
- What Is a Redshift?
- The Planet Hunters
- Do the Stars Really Move?
- Can You Feel a Solar Wind?
- Giant black hole tearing apart a neighbouring star.
- Why Do We See Spiral Arms in Some Galaxies?
- What Is a Brown Dwarf?
- How Can We See a Black Hole?
- Black hole destroying a star
- Why Doesn't the Moon Fall Down?
- Some stars and planets in scale
- Project Excelsior high-altitude parachute jumps
- Joseph William Kittinger
- First man In Space - Skydiving from the edge of the world
- Sun/solar flares
- The Size Of Planets and Stars to Scale
- Space Shuttle Atlantis Launch
- Zero Gravity Water Balloon
- Zero Gravity Training
- First Moon Landing 1969
- Size Comparison of Various Celestial Bodies
- NASA's new spacecraft and rockets
- Gyroscopically Stabilized CD-Players in Microgravity
- Hubble Space Telescope
- movie of Saturn taken by the Hubble telescope
- movie of Mars taken by the Hubble telescope
- Hubble Space Telescope
- Hubble Space Telescope
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At Serious Play 2008, astrophysicist George Smoot shows stunning new images from deep-space surveys, and prods us to ponder how the cosmos -- with its giant webs of dark matter and mysterious gaping voids -- got built this way.
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