WHAT YOU CAN LEARN FROM SENSORS ON SATELLITES AND SPACECRAFT THAT LOOK INWARD AT THE EARTH AND OUTWARD AT THE PLANETS, THE GALAXIES AND, GOING BACK IN TIME, THE ENTIRE UNIVERSE - THE COSMOS
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