PBS Space Time explores the outer reaches of space, the craziness of astrophysics, the possibilities of sci-fi, and anything else you can think of beyond Planet Earth. Host Matt O'Dowd breaks down the both the basic and incredibly complex sides of space and time.Visit PBS Space Time Website
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Some incredible technologies help us peer deeper and more sharply into space time.
Recent findings suggest that the fundamental constants may not be as stable as we assumed.
So what happens when two Super Massive Black Holes collide?
Could it be that all the electrons are simply a single electron moving back and forth?
There are many unsolved mysteries surrounding epic extraterrestrial superstorms.
What does life look like from space?
Black holes are very well known but... What is a White Hole?
LIGO may have just detected gravitational waves from the collision of two Neutron Stars.
The Kepler telescope recently found a strange partial eclipse...possibly a Dyson Sphere.
Causality is meant to move in one direction: forward.
What do we do to protect ourselves from extinction level events?
The double slit experiment radically changed the way we understand reality.
In 2015 LIGO announced the first detection of a gravitational wave... What happens next?
On July 4th 2016, the Juno spacecraft finally entered orbit around the planet Jupiter.
Planck's Length is the length below which the concept of length loses its meaning. Huh?
Contrary to how we perceive reality, spacetime is deflected through the lens of gravity