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Episode 144 - Why We Know About Things Far Away but Not Nearby, and Lots of New News

1 Dec 2015, 12:00 UTC
Episode 144 - Why We Know About Things Far Away but Not Nearby, and Lots of New News
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A close examination of why astronomers claim that they know about things on the other side of the universe, but they can't figure out what's going on in our own backyard. Since this episode comes out two months after my previous, there are also three New News stories where I discuss a recent exosystem mystery, space law, and, conveniently, the new most-distant known object in our solar system.

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