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Comments of the Week #147: from spacetime’s nature to the strangest moon of all

5 Feb 2017, 18:40 UTC
Comments of the Week #147: from spacetime’s nature to the strangest moon of all
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“Sometimes I even now feel like a stranger in my country. But I knew there would be problems because I had seen the world… Freedom is good, but it is not easy.” -Katarina Witt
Yes, as always, as another week goes by at Starts With A Bang! there have been a huge number of great stories we’ve covered. In addition, we’ve now recorded sixteen Starts With A Bang Podcast episodes thanks to your Patreon support, and if you’re local to the Pacific Northwest, we have some fun events coming up, including a public talk at 7:30 at OMSI on February 20th on the controversy over the expanding Universe, a Guest of Honor appearance at NorWesCon in April, and I’ll be at Brooks Winery in the path of the eclipse for the big event in August! That said, let’s take a look back on this past week of incredible science stories:

What is Spacetime? (for Ask Ethan),
Watch: Four gas giants in orbit around another star for the first time (for Mostly Mute Monday),
How thinking like a scientist can improve your daily life,
Pan-STARRS solves the biggest problem facing every astronomer,
Heisenberg’s astrophysics prediction finally confirmed after 80 years, and

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