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Moose or Bear?

Wildlife Trooper Lindberg patrols the valley and finds a group that has killed a moose. ALASKA STATE TROOPERS AIRS THURSDAYS at 10P.

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Trap Testing

Erik builds a new rig for his trap and tests it out. LIFE BELOW ZERO AIRS THURSDAYS at 9P.

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Sinking Beaver

Andy nabs a beaver, but he’s racing against time to grab it before it sinks. LIFE BELOW ZERO AIRS THURSDAYS at 9P.

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Could You Be A Hero?

In the premiere episode, Jake proves that heroes aren’t necessarily the biggest or strongest among us.

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Astronauts Replace Backup Computer During Spacewalk

Outside the International Space Station, Expedition 39 Flight Engineers Rick Mastracchio and Steve Swanson of NASA conducted a spacewalk April 23 to replace a backup computer relay box on the station’s S0 (s-zero) truss. The relay box, which failed April 11, is called a multiplexer-demultiplexer, and…

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Mystery Solved! Super-Bright Supernova Was Magnified by Cosmic Lens

An incredibly bright supernova spotted in 2010 has been the subject of a stellar mystery until now.

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Supernova Magnified 30X By Gravitational Lens | Animation

As Einstein predicted, Spacetime warps around massive objects (i.e. galaxies). Light from objects ‘behind’ them (e.g. Supernova PS1-10afx ) is bent and magnified to observers on Earth. The graphic animation shows the phenomenon in action.

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Hubble Space Telescope Instruments Star in New Smithsonian Exhibit

Nearly a quarter century after its launch, two of the Hubble Space Telescope’s most well-known instruments have landed in an exhibit at the Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum in DC. ‘Repairing Hubble’ displays the orbiting observatory’s correctiv

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Now You Can Craft Your Selfie For Maximum Likes – With Science

Selfies are so hot that they might already be over (if I’m aware of something being cool it usually isn’t anymore) but you don’t have to just crank out pictures of your mug taken at arm’s length indiscriminately in hopes of finding an angle that…

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Saturn Moon’s Weird Ridge Rained Down from Space

Saturn certainly has some oddball moons and astronomers think they’re close to explaining how a weird feature formed on one of them. New 3D maps are giving scientists an idea of how Iapetus’ strange moons actually formed.

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Gathered Observations | Space Wallpaper

This stunning space wallpaper shows a patch of sky from the COSMOS survey, as viewed by XMM-Newton. COSMOS is a project studying how galaxies form and evolve, gathering observations using a variety of ground- and space-based telescopes.

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