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Cheap Astronomy - Sunshine

13 Jan 2015, 12:00 UTC
Cheap Astronomy - Sunshine
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Steve Nerlich hosts. He tells us about how the nuclear fusion in the Sun's core progresses and gives us a little ray of sunshine a few million years later.
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