3 wonders of the universe, explained

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  • Most people have seen atoms illustrated in textbooks and know about the Big Bang and the speed of light, but there is a good chance what you think you know is not scientifically accurate.
  • Michelle Thaller, an astronomer and Assistant Director for Science Communication at NASA, is here to clear up the misconceptions and explain why atoms don’t actually look that way, why the Big Bang is a misnomer, and why the speed of light is more than just really fast.
  • Is there an edge of space? Does light experience time? Watch this video for answers to those and other interesting questions.

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