Largest Map of the Universe Made w/ Quasars; Proxima B Habitability Looking Good; SpaceX & ISS

The more we keep looking up, the more we learn about the universe. This week, astronomers measure the redshifts of 147,000 quasars to build the largest map of the universe so far. Also, astronomers and meteorologist were playing around with some of

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The more we keep looking up, the more we learn about the universe. This week, astronomers measure the redshifts of 147,000 quasars to build the largest map of the universe so far.

Also, astronomers and meteorologist were playing around with some of Earth's best forecasting models to see if life could still be possible on Proxima b.

Finally, Chris Marshall files another update on the SpaceX launch this week and the ISS space walking events.

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