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Gamma Ray Bursters

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Gamma Ray Bursters

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Gamma Ray Bursters

Gamma Ray Bursters

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A look at searching for the source of mysterious gamma ray bursters — the most energetic events in the universe. New research says all gamma ray bursters may not be created in the same way.

Guest:

Joshua Bloom, assistant professor of astronomy at the University of California, Berkeley

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