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‘It’s obvious on every page that Mack adores the field she works in’ – @FrankieAdds  investigates Katie Mack’s run-through of the possible endings to our universe

In our latest #podcast , we’ve been reading Katie Mack’s The End of Everything and discussing how our universe might finally meet its fate

Today @ 6 PM (PT) — Col. Terry Virts @AstroTerry ) presents How to Astronaut, a wildly entertaining account of the rules, lessons, procedures, and experiences of space travel. In conversation with Dr. Katie Mack@AstroKatie ). RSVP:

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10/9 @ 6 PM (PT) — Col. Terry Virts @AstroTerry () presents How to Astronaut, a wildly entertaining account of the rules, lessons, procedures, and experiences of space travel. In conversation with Dr. Katie Mack@AstroKatie (). RSVP:

Whether it's The Big Crunch, Heat Death, the Big Rip, Vacuum Decay, or Bouncing Cosmologies, scientists mostly agree that the universe will end. In her new book, astrophysicist Katie Mack discusses the chaotic, and mind-bending ways it could end.

Katie Mack, an assistant professor of physics at North Carolina State University, is quickly becoming one of the internet’s most popular science communicators. And in her first book she explores various scenarios for the end of the universe.

Storytime is better when your dog is around! Just ask Katie Ryan and Mack of Fermeuse. Thanks to (Nanny)Noella MacLean for sending us this sweet pic! Send us yours at nlphoto @cbc .ca

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Astrophysicist Katie Mack’s book explores all the ways the cosmos could destroy itself.

Katie Mack: 'I didn't anticipate being in a pop song when I went off to study physics'

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“A common misconception is that young people with COVID-19 don’t die and therefore college re-openings pose little risk,” writes Katie Mack and Gavin Yamey. “Sadly, this isn’t the case”

“A common misconception is that young people with COVID-19 don’t die and therefore college re-openings pose little risk,” writes Katie Mack and Gavin Yamey. “Sadly, this isn’t the case”

“A common misconception is that young people with COVID-19 don’t die and therefore college re-openings pose little risk,” writes Katie Mack and Gavin Yamey. “Sadly, this isn’t the case”

“A common misconception is that young people with COVID-19 don’t die and therefore college re-openings pose little risk,” writes Katie Mack and Gavin Yamey. “Sadly, this isn’t the case”

“A common misconception is that young people with COVID-19 don’t die and therefore college re-openings pose little risk,” writes Katie Mack and Gavin Yamey. “Sadly, this isn’t the case”

Today's episode of #UnderTheSkin  is with astrophysicist Dr. Katie Mack@AstroKatie )! Check it out on @hearluminary  or you can listen to a 10min teaser here:

“A common misconception is that young people with COVID-19 don’t die and therefore college re-openings pose little risk,” writes Katie Mack and Gavin Yamey. “Sadly, this isn’t the case”

“A common misconception is that young people with COVID-19 don’t die and therefore college re-openings pose little risk,” writes Katie Mack and Gavin Yamey. “Sadly, this isn’t the case”

“A common misconception is that young people with COVID-19 don’t die and therefore college re-openings pose little risk,” writes Katie Mack and Gavin Yamey. “Sadly, this isn’t the case”

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