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Galaxy of Horrors: Terrifying Real Planets


Online Public

Type: Special Event

Held on: Oct 15, 2020 (Thu) at 07:00 PM to Oct 15, 2020 (Thu) at 09:00 PM

Online Location: YouTube


Event Coordinator: John McLaren


There are many deadly worlds out there in the Milky Way. This month’s show will profile some of the real — and terrifying — planets NASA missions have discovered and discuss how they fit into the overall picture of what dangers lurk in the darkness of space.

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* Only the Thursday lectures are streamed live. Past shows are archived on YouTube.
› Click here for the YouTube playlist of past shows

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