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Space Vs. Dinos: All Episode Watch Party!

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Premiered Mar 27, 2020

Are we alone in the universe? Are dinosaurs still alive today? Museum scientists Jackie Faherty and Aki Watanabe answer these questions and more in our Space vs. Dinos video watch party. This Friday at 1:30PM EST tune into the Museum's YouTube channel for the chance to chat with them live and talk all things space and dinos.

Can't wait? All the episodes are already online here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list...

You might also enjoy Jackie's SciCafe showing the Milky Way as you've never seen it before: https://youtu.be/LOJ1XmbSKhM

Subscribe to the AMNH YouTube channel to get notified when we go live! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_c...

We'll be answering the following questions:
- How do we know an asteroid hit Earth 66 million years ago?
- Did an asteroid kill the dinosaurs?
- When will the Sun die?
- How long did a T. rex live?
- Is there life in the universe?
- Are dinosaurs still alive?
- How do we find new planets?
- How do you find a dinosaur fossil?
- Why isn't Pluto a planet?
- Why isn't a pterodactyl a dinosaur?

We look forward to watching live with you!

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