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The Sciences

Conan, what is best in astronomy?

Bad AstronomyBy Phil PlaitOctober 12, 2010 9:53 PM


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While I'm more of a Craig Ferguson man myself, Conan O'Brien has his moments. Like, for example, here: Of course, if you want a talk-show host to do your astronomy homework, I'm thinking continuous, absorption, and emission spectra are the least of your worries.

Tip o' the spectrograph to Krelnik, who crushes his enemies, sees them driven before him, and hears the lamentation of their women.

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