Cosmic Queries Potpourri from StarTalk Radio

From StarTalk Radio - It's time for another episode of Cosmic Queries. This week, Neil deGrasse Tyson answers an eclectic mix of fan questions selected by Chuck Nice, from gravity waves and the Great Attractor, to dark matter and nuclear fusion.
Cosmic Queries Potpourri
2015-05-17 09:33:59
It's time for another episode of Cosmic Queries. This week, Neil deGrasse Tyson answers an eclectic mix of fan questions selected by Chuck Nice, from gravity waves and the Great Attractor, to dark matter and nuclear fusion.

54 minutes, 57 seconds

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