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Science | A Knowledge & Learning Channel

Science is a TV broadcaster located in Silver Spring, MD. It’s a knowledge channel that airs programming about scientific discovery and inquiry. You can watch the channel online via its video-on-demand collection, updated regularly. See our Science review below, done with an emphasis on its streaming.

Name: Science
Location: Silver Spring, Maryland, United States
Genre: Entertainment > Knowledge & Documentary
Website: Science Homepage

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Review of Science

Review of Science
8.2

Streaming

  • Video On Demand

Science’s rating of 8.2 out of 10 is based on a number of factors. One of the biggest ‘pros’ is the channel’s video collection, giving viewers access to watch on demand. However, there’s no Science live stream available, losing the channel some points. More about our rating method.

Science is owned by Discovery Communications. It is a member of the Science network.

See how Science stacks up against other documentary channels in the US.

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October 18th, 5:00 pm

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There's something I don't understand. In the video, it says the merger of the two neutron stars resulted in a kilonova explosion which contains heavy elements (ie gold, platinum, etc). But I thought neutrons stars are made up of...well...neutrons.

So, 130 million years ago, it happened & we are able to see now.... time travel... and one question comes to mind all this enormous energy in the Cosmos, all the nitrogen, helium and other hot & cold planets, what is the purpose??? How does it help us Humans on Earth? What is the Master Plan??

how do they diferenciate between gravity wave and the gravimetric properties of light produced in the explosion. as the gravity of these stars do not reach this far only the light burst can, how can you measure the part not reaching us, when the part reaching us is light wave based?

Exactly the same thing which i had seen in my dream just five days ago before the news of collision 💥 came on news.what a coincidence,strange

If we were able to harness the energy of a kilonova how many years would we be able to power everything on earth?

this is a one state of multiverse but what about other one and the quantum state (here quantum state mean infinite state or the state where multiverse began)

what is the speed of darkness?

NO matter how you look at It, every element is just another mutated stage created by gravity under different pressures. Without it, nothing exists, so circumstances of amounts, size & velocity of a collapse, heat generated, the original structure etc form all the amazing things we see. I am not sure how that changes all we see in a universe though, that is something unique throughout all space.

yeah, but it's 130 light years (a distance, not time)

if it was possible, the real star wars for the precious metals would start now

wanna be neut..

Looks like a giant spinner

Cool animation though

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