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How To Stop An Asteroid

Jacob Goldstein| N.P.R. Planet Money Podcast

Description: As we were looking back over the year we realized one thing hadn’t happened. We haven’t been hit by an asteroid. Yet. But we do have a show on the topic in the archives, and, given the year, we thought it might be a good idea to roll it back out. You know, just in case. There are still a couple of days left.

Episode Link: https://www.npr.org/2020/12/23/949881982/how-to-stop-an-asteroid

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