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Humans are pretty good at inventing things to help us wrap our brains around the things surrounding us. But pulsars are provided by nature, so we’ve put them to work helping us understand more about the universe they we inhabit.

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Original Episodes:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TFTSORiJt1U
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