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It’s snowing… on a comet! Actually, this INCREDIBLE animation is a series images from the Rosetta spacecraft, taken from a distance of about 13 km from the comet 67/P Chuyurmov-Gerasimenko, and put into an animation by Twitter user @landru79. As the spacecraft moves around the comet we see the landscape change, but you can also see stars moving in the background, and flakes of ice and dust much closer to the spacecraft flying around! It’s like something from an old movie, *but it’s real*. The first two clips are at fast speed, the next two at medium, and the last two at slow speed, so you can track what’s going on.


There’s a new use for those stale Easter marshmallows you have lying around – calculating a constant that governs the universe.

Destin of SmarterEveryDay visits the makers of Infinadeck to try it out and talk shop.


On this episode of StarTalk, we take a deep dive into the complex, beautiful phenomenon of tides with Neil deGrasse Tyson and Chuck Nice.

As tribute to the life and works of world-renowned astrophysicist Stephen Hawking, StarTalk host Neil deGrasse Tyson revisits his interview with the groundbreaking theorist. Also featuring astrophysicist Janna Levin, comedian Matt Kirshen, physicist Michio Kaku, and Bill Nye the Science Guy.

Jupiter’s Great Red Spot, with a silhouette of North America for size comparison.

After his interview with Sunday TODAY‘s Willie Geist, renowned astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson showed off some of the unique items around his desk in his office at the Hayden Planetarium, including his wooden Saturn lamp he made in seventh grade and a very tiny reproduction of The Starry Night. And he even gives Willie a science lesson on planetary scale!

On this episode of StarTalk, Neil deGrasse Tyson and Chuck Nice discuss the differences between AI and machine learning with special guest, MKBHD himself, Marques Brownlee.

From ScienceToday.

On this episode of StarTalk, Neil deGrasse Tyson reveals his love of the engineering marvels that are NYC water towers. Learn more about what makes it possible for water to be pumped into your home at a moment’s notice.

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