After the latest from BICEP2 and Planck, does cosmic inflation still hold up?
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The Planck space telescope has been one of science's most powerful tools to explore the fabric of space-time.
Three astrophysicists who discovered the "Fermi bubbles" place the discovery in context, and share what the mysterious bubbles may reveal about the history of our Milky Way galaxy.
Scientists working on the newest dark matter experiments hope to uncover the "missing link" of the universe.
A recently discovered planet-like star may offer insight into which of the thousands of planets so far discovered in the universe could support life.
By immersing viewers in dramatically intricate 3D universes, Ralf Kaehler, Stuart Levy and Dylan Nelson enable new perspectives on the cosmos.
Where is humanity in the search for planets beyond our solar system, and what will the next decade bring?
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