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Cincinnati Observatory's Dean Regas shares 1,000 facts about space

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What’s the largest known star? When will the universe cease to exist? How far does our solar system stretch? Astronomer Dean Regas answers this and 1,000 other questions in his new book 1,000 Facts About Space and he tells you everything you want to know about our favorite dwarf planet in How to Teach Grown-ups About Pluto.

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