World Space Week

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World Space Week occurs every year from October 4-10. Browse this playlist to learn mind-bending facts about space all week.

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Key Facts In This Video

  1. With black holes, matter is sucked into a single point of entry, while white holes are considered the exact opposite. 00:20

  2. White holes break the second law of thermodynamics. 00:47

  3. In 2006 there was a mysterious gamma ray burst without the usual presence of a supernova. 02:39

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