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Ep. 85: Detectors

21 Apr 2008, 00:00 UTC
Ep. 85: Detectors
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Our senses can only detect a fraction of the phenomena happening in the Universe. That's why scientists and engineers develop detectors, to let us see radiation and particles that we could never detect with our eyes and ears. This week we'll go through them all, so you can understand how we see what we can't see.

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