Do space and time really exist? NASA astronomer Michelle Thaller looks at the implications of Einstein's famous equation E=mc2.
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We are hurtling through space. But where are we going?
Black holes may give us a glimpse of the underlying nature of reality.
NASA astronomer Michelle Thaller will be at Big Think's studio on May 16th to answer YOUR questions! Here's all you need to know to submit your science-related inquiries.
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If the universe is expanding in all directions, why is Andromeda hurtling toward the Milky Way?
Getting to close to a black hole is a nightmare waiting to happen.
A NASA astronomer explains how astronauts dispose of their, uh, dark matter.
If a doomsday asteroid is set to collide with Earth, you're going to know about it – whether you want to or not.
NASA's Michelle Thaller explains how an accidental discovery led to the 1978 Nobel Prize in Physics.
NASA's Michelle Thaller explains why the term 'Big Bang' is misleading, and how to best imagine the shape of the universe.
Where is God? Michelle Thaller lays out a cosmic view of religion, science, and the human condition.
We may not find Klingons, but what we do find will blow our terrestrial minds.
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