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Gabe Bronk

Gabe Bronk studied physics at Brandeis University. His graduate research involved creating computer simulations to figure out how broken DNA gets repaired. Now he makes funny science videos and [...]

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Forces and Planetary Winds

What if we told you this lesson was about planets outside our solar system passing gas? But don't worry, it's *physics* gas! Students will learn a lot, we promise.

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Briley Lewis

Briley Lewis is working on her graduate degree in astronomy and astrophysics at UCLA. She is researching how to find and image planets around other stars, known as exoplanets. Outside of work, [...]

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Momentum of Exoplanets

When I think space stuff, I think solid, steady masses moving in organized orbits and rotations. But it turns out, they wobble! Isn't that kind of cute to think of a wobbling planet? Just me? [...]

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Cosmic Explosions

The vastness of space can boggle the mind, but when it comes down to it, the same forces that determine what happens when you drop an apple in the lunch line also determine how galaxies form and [...]

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