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  • >> Stephen: HEY, EVERYBODY, WELCOME BACK.

    >> Stephen:嘿,大家好,歡迎回來。

  • HE IS THE HOST OF "COSMOS" AND THE DIRECTOR OF THE HAYDEN

    他是 "宇宙 "的主持人,也是海登的導演。

  • PLANETARIUM AT THE AMERICAN MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY.

    美洲自然歷史博物館的行星儀。

  • PLEASE WELCOME BACK TO "A LATE SHOW," AMERICA'S FAVORITE

    歡迎回到 "晚間秀",美國最受歡迎的。

  • ASTROPHYSICIST, AND TEACHER, I'D SAY, NEIL deGRASSE TYSON!

    天體物理學家和教師,我會說, 尼爾-德格拉斯-泰森!

  • NEIL, IT'S GOOD TO SEE YOU AGAIN.

    尼爾,很高興再次見到你。

  • >> STEPHEN, IT'S BEEN TOO LONG.

    >> 好久不見了。

  • >> Stephen: IT HAS.

    >> Stephen:它已經。

  • I THREW IN "TEACHER" BECAUSE YOU'RE ONE OF THE GREATEST

    我加了 "老師",因為你是最偉大的人之一。

  • EXPLAINERS I KNOW.

    我知道的解釋者。

  • YOU MAKE NOT ONLY LEARNING BUT THE IDEA ABOUT LEARNING

    您不僅能使學習,還能使學習的理念得以實現。

  • INTERESTING BECAUSE YOU BURN WITH SUCH PASSION FOR KNOWLEDGE

    因為你對知識充滿了熱情,所以很有興趣

  • THAT YOU INFECT ALL AROUND YOU.

    你會傳染給你周圍的人。

  • YOU COUGH YOUR KNOWLEDGE AT THEM, AND IT AEROSOLIZES, AND WE

    你對他們吹噓你的知識,它就會空氣化,而我們

  • BREATHE IT IN, AND WE WANT TO KNOW MORE.

    吸收它,我們想知道更多。

  • WE CATCH THE FEVER, NEIL TYSON.

    我們抓住了發燒,尼爾・泰森。

  • >> THE CONTAGION OF LEARNING, YES, OKAY.

    >> 《學習的約束》,是的,好的。

  • >> Stephen: THE LAST TIME WE WERE TOGETHER WAS MARCH 6, AND

    >> 史蒂芬:我們最後一次見面是在3月6日。

  • WE BUGGED OUT OF THIS THEATER ON MARCH 12?

    我們在3月12日離開了這個劇院?

  • THIS IS THE LAST NIGHT, MARCH 12, A WEEK LATER, A LITTLE LESS

    這是最後一夜,3月12日,一個星期後,少了一點。

  • THAN A WEEK LATER, THE LAST TIME YOU WERE ON ABOUT THE

    一個星期前,你上次上節目的時候,是在說什麼?

  • CORONAVIRUS, YOU SAID THIS: >> IT WOULD BE INTERESTING IF WE

    CORONAVIRUS,你說過: >> 如果我們有興趣的話,這將是

  • ALL PAID ATTENTION TO WHAT SCIENTISTS SAY AND MAYBE THE

    所有的人都注意到了科學家們說的話,可能是

  • CORONAVIRUS WILL JUST BLOW ON BY.

    CORONAVIRUS WILL JUST BLOW ON BY。

  • ( LAUGHTER ).

    (笑):

  • >> Stephen: SO, NEIL, NEIL deGRASSE TYSON, HOW DID WE DO?

    >> 所以,尼爾,尼爾-德格拉斯-泰森,我們做得怎麼樣?

  • ( LAUGHING ) >> WELL, YOU KNOW, HAD YOU ASKED

    (笑) >> 好吧,你知道,你問過嗎?

  • ME THIS A MONTH AGO, I WOULD HAVE GIVEN US MAYBE A C-MINUS,

    我這個月前,我會給我們可能是一個C -MINUS。

  • BUT GIVEN THAT RATES ARE-- THEY'RE NOT ONLY PEAK-- THEY'RE

    但是,鑑於價格是 - 他們不僅是峰值 - 他們是

  • SPIKING, THEY'RE HIGHER THAN EVER BEFORE SINCE THE PANDEMIC

    興奮劑,它們比以往任何時候都要高,因為自大流行以來。

  • BEGAN.

    BEGAN:

  • SO I'D HAVE TO GIVE IT SORT OF AN F-PLUS.

    所以我得給它打一個F+。

  • ( LAUGHING ).

    (笑):

  • >> Stephen: SO F-PLUS, SO FILURE, BUT EXTRAORDINARILY SO.

    >> Stephen: So F-PLUS, SO FILURE, BUT EXTRAORDINARILY SO.

  • >> NO, THE PLUS PART IS THERE ARE MANY PEOPLE WHO HAVE NEW

    >> 不,附加部分是有很多人有新的。

  • HABITS THAT THEY MAINTAIN.

    他們保持的習慣:

  • SO YOU WATCH-- WE ALL WASH OUR HANDS-- NOT WE ALL-- MANY WASH

    所以你看... 我們都在洗手... 不是我們都... 很多人都在洗手

  • OUR HANDS MORE OFTEN.

    我們的手更多的時候。

  • YOU KNOW, WASH DOWN THE GROCERIES, YOU DO-- YOU DO--

    你知道,洗掉雜貨,你做 -- 你做 --

  • EXACTLY.

    正是如此。

  • SO, SO ONCE-- I GIVE IT A PLUS SIGN THERE.

    所以,所以一次 - 我給它一個加號那裡。

  • I THINK WE HAVE A NEW MENTAL STATE.

    我想我們有了一種新的精神狀態。

  • BUT THE "WE" IS NOT EVERYONE.

    但 "我們 "並不是所有人。

  • AND SO, YOU KNOW, MY FAMILY HAS BEEN COVID-FREE, BECAUSE WE

    所以,你知道,我的家人一直都是無病毒的,因為我們...

  • LISTEN TO MEDICAL PROFESSIONALS.

    聽從醫學專家的意見。

  • THAT'S THE SECRET.

    這就是祕密。

  • THAT'S THE SECRET, OKAY?

    這就是祕密,好嗎?

  • I DON'T WANT TO TELL ANYBODY THAT.

    我不想告訴任何人。

  • SO THAT'S REALLY KIND OF ALL IT TAKES.

    所以,這真的是一種所有它採取。

  • SO, I'M DISAPPOINTED, ESPECIALLY SINCE WE'VE ALL BECOME

    所以,我很失望,特別是我們都已經成為了

  • TRIBALLIZED OVER THIS.

    三球在此。

  • >> Stephen: RIGHT.

    >> Stephen:右邊。

  • >> AND, YOU KNOW, THE VIRUS DOESN'T CARE WHAT TRIBE YOU

    >> 而且,你知道,病毒並不關心你是哪一族的。

  • BELONG TO.

    屬於:

  • IT DOESN'T CARE WHO YOU HAVE SEX WITH, WHO YOU WORSHIP, WHAT YOUR

    它不在乎你和誰發生性關係,你崇拜誰,你的生活方式是什麼

  • SKIN COLOR IS, WHAT SIDE OF THE LINE IN THE SAND YOU WERE BORN

    膚色是,你出生在沙子的哪一邊?

  • OIT CAN INFECT YOU SIMPLY BECAUSE YOU ARE HUMAN.

    它能感染你很簡單,因為你是人。

  • AND BY BIG DISAPPOINTMENT IS WE AS HUMANS DIDN'T BAND TOGETHER

    而最讓人失望的是我們人類沒有團結在一起

  • TO FIRE DEPARTMENT COMMON ENEMY.

    對消防部門共同的敵人。

  • >> Stephen: LIKE IN THE MOVIES WHEN THE ALIENS LAND HUMANS BAND

    >> 史蒂芬:像在電影中,當外星人登陸人類樂隊。

  • TOGETHER AND PUT OUR DIFFERENCES ASIDE.

    團結起來,把我們的分歧放在一邊。

  • THE VIRUS IS THE ALIEN.

    病毒是外星人。

  • >> THE VIE-- THIS IS A DRY RUN FOR WHEN THE ALIENS COME--

    >> 這是為外星人來的時候做準備的。

  • EXCUSE ME, IF THE ALIENS COME.

    對不起,如果外星人來了。

  • >> Stephen: YOU JUST SAID "WHEN."

    >> 你剛才說的是 "什麼時候"。

  • YOU BLEW YOUR COVER, NEIL TYSON.

    你吹你的封面,尼爾・泰森。

  • LET'S TALK ABOUT THE SKY A LITTLE BIT HERE.

    讓我們來談談天空吧。

  • HALLOWEEN TREAT.

    HALLOWEEN TREAT.

  • TOMORROW'S HALLOWEEN.

    明天就是萬聖節了。

  • BLUE MOON TOMORROW.

    藍月亮的明天。

  • WHAT DOES BLUE MOON MEAN AGAIN?

    藍月亮又是什麼意思?

  • >> OH, YES, SO, IF YOU CAN SQUEEZE TWO FULL MOONS IN A

    >> 哦,是的,所以,如果你能擠出兩個滿月在一個

  • MONTH, THEN THE SECOND OF THOSE FULL MOONS IS CALLED A BLUE

    每月,然後這些滿月的第二個被稱為藍月。

  • MOON.

    月亮:

  • THE TERM HAS BEEN AROUND FOR-- SINCE THE EARLY 1800s.

    這個詞從19世紀初就開始出現了。

  • AND THE MOON ISN'T ACTUALLY BLUE.

    而月亮實際上並不是藍色的。

  • ALL THE MOONS-- ALL THE FULL MOONS OF THE YEAR HAVE NAMES.

    所有的月亮--今年所有的滿月都有名字。

  • SOME ARE FAMILIAR LIKE THE HARVEST MOON.

    有些是熟悉的,如收割月。

  • >> Stephen: SURE.

    >> Stephen: SURE.

  • >> AND THE MOON IN JUNE, BY THE WAY, NEVER GETS TOO HIGH IN THE

    >> 而六月的月亮,順便說一句,永遠不會太高。

  • SKY SO IT TAKES ON SORT OF AN AMBLE SUNSHINE COLOR, THE WHOLE

    天空是以呈現出一種琥珀色的陽光,整個天空都是這樣的

  • TRIP, SO THAT'S CALLED THE HONEYMOON.

    旅行,所以這就是所謂的蜜月。

  • SO THE JUNE FULL MOON IS THE HONEYMOON.

    所以六月滿月是蜜月。

  • SO IT'S FUN, CULTURAL FACTS.

    所以它的樂趣,文化事實。

  • TO TRY TO SQUEEZE IT INTO A MONTH YOU NEED A LONGER MONTH,

    要想在一個月內擠出時間,你需要更長的一個月。

  • SO FEBRUARY IS OUT OF LUCK HERE.

    所以,二月是不走運的。

  • IT WILL NEVER GET A BLUE MOON.

    它永遠不會得到一個藍月亮。

  • >> Stephen: THIS WEEK, RESEARCHERS FOUND WATER AND ICE

    >> Stephen:本週,研究人員發現了水和冰。

  • ON THE MOON.

    在月球上。

  • TWO THINGS-- WE ALREADY KNEW THERE WAS ICE, RIGHT, ON THE

    有兩件事情 -- 我們已經知道有冰塊,就在這上面

  • SOUTH POLL OF THE MOON?

    月亮的南極星?

  • >> YEAH, DEEP IN THE CRATERS WITH-- FORGIVE ME-- WHERE THE

    >> 是的,在墓穴深處,有... ... 原諒我...

  • SUN DON'T SHINE, THE CRATER RIMS --

    太陽不發光,CRATER RIMS --

  • >> Stephen: DOWN SOUTH.

    >> Stephen:南下。

  • >> ARE HIGH ENOUGH SO THE LONG SUN CASTS A SHADOW, AND THEY'RE

    >> 高處不勝寒,所以長陽放出陰影,他們是

  • CALLED COAL TRAPS.

    被稱為煤軌。

  • WATER SCATTERS ON TO THE SURFACE.

    水濺到地面上。

  • IF THIS LANDS INTO THAT COLD TRAP IT'S THERE FOR BILLIONS OF

    如果這東西落入冰冷的陷阱,它就會在那裡呆上幾十億年。

  • YEARS.

    年。

  • IF IT HITS ANYWHERE ELSE, THE SUN HITS IT AND IT EVAPORATES

    如果它擊中其他地方,太陽擊中它,它就會蒸發。

  • YEAH.

    是的。

  • YOU DON'T HAVE TO BE IN THE COLD TRAP AND STILL FIND-- I DON'T

    你不必在寒冷的陷阱中,仍然發現 - 我不知道。

  • WANT TO CALL IT A REZ ZOR, BUT A SUPPOSITORY OF HIGH QUANTITIES.

    想把它稱為一個REZ ZOR,但一個假設的高數量。

  • THERE ARE NO SKATING RINKS, BUT IF YOU MAKE A MACHINE TO DO

    這裡沒有滑冰圈,但如果你做一個機器做

  • THIS, YOU CAN SIFT THROUGH THE SOSOSOILS AND GATHER THE WATER

    這,你可以通過SOSOSOILS篩選並收集水。

  • MOLECULES.

    大分子:

  • YOU WANT TO DO THAT, OTHERWISE YOU HAVE TO CARRY THE WATER TO

    你想這樣做,否則你就得把水運過去。

  • THE MOON WITH YOU, AND WHY DO THAT, IF IT'S WAITING FOR YOU

    月亮和你在一起,如果它在等你,為什麼要這麼做?

  • WHEN YOU GET THERE.

    當你到了那裡,

  • >> Stephen: OBVIOUSLY WE NEED TO DRINK WATER, BUT WHY ELSE DO

    >> 斯蒂芬:顯然我們需要喝水,但為什麼還要喝水呢?

  • WE NEED WATER UP THERE?

    我們需要水在那裡?

  • >> OH, OH, WELL, OKAY, SO, WATER, IF YOU BUILD A LITTLE

    >> 哦,哦,好吧,好吧,那麼,水,如果你建立一個小的

  • FACTORY TO MAKE THIS HAPPEN, H20, REMEMBER, IT'S H20--

    廠家讓這一切發生,H20,記住,這是H20--

  • SEPARATE THE HYDROGEN FROM THE OXYGEN.

    將氫與氧分開。

  • AND ONCE YOU DO THAT, THESE TWO, IF THEY EVER RECOMBINE, GIVE OFF

    一旦你這樣做,這兩個人,如果他們再結合,會發出

  • ENERGY.

    能源:

  • YOU REMEMBER FROM CHEMISTRY, THAT WOULD BE CALLED AN

    你還記得從化學領域,這將被稱為一個。

  • EXOTHERMIC REACTION.

    出熱反應:

  • THE WATER YOU CAN DRINK, AND YOU CAN USE IT AS ROCKET FUEL TO GET

    你可以喝的水,你可以用它作為火箭燃料來獲得。

  • BACK.

    返回。

  • IT'S IN SITUE RESOURCE TO USE THAT.

    這是在這裡的資源使用。

  • IT COSTS $10,000 A POUND TO PUT ANYTHING IN ORBIT.

    把任何東西送入軌道的成本是1萬美元一磅。

  • IF NASA WANTS TO SEND YOU WITH A BOTTLE OF EFIAN, IT'S $10,000.

    如果美國宇航局想送你一罐艾菲安,要一萬塊錢。

  • IF I CAN MINE THAT WATER IN SPACE AND SELL IT TO NASA FOR

    如果我可以在太空中開採這些水,然後賣給太空總署

  • $9,000, THEY'RE BUYING IT.

    9,000美元,他們在買它。

  • SO THERE'S A WHOLE FUTURE ECONOMY, SPACE ON SPACE.

    所以有一個完整的未來經濟,空間上的空間。

  • >> Stephen: IS THERE ANY LIQUID WATER ON THE MOON?

    >> 史蒂芬:月球上有水嗎?

  • IS THERE A CHANCE FOR THAT?

    還有機會嗎?

  • OR IS THE VACUUM TOO HARD AND IT WOULD JUST--

    或者是真空太硬,它只是 --

  • >> REMEMBERING SOME CHEMISTRY FOR YOU THERE.

    >> 記住一些化學原理為你在那裡。

  • WITH NO ATMOSPHERIC PRESSURE, THE WATER CAN'T-- IS NOT STABLE

    在沒有氣壓的情況下,水不能... ... 是不穩定的。

  • AS A LIQUID.

    液體:

  • PLUS, THEY'RE JUST SORT OF MOLECULES THERE EMBEDDED IN THE

    而且,他們只是一些小分子,在那裡嵌入了

  • SOILS.

    土壤:

  • SO-- BUT IF IT GETS TOO HOT, IT WILL FLY AWAY.

    所以... ... 但是,如果它得到太熱, 它會飛走。

  • IT'S THAT REGION AROUND THE CRATERS.

    是圍繞著CRATERS的那個區域。

  • SO THIS IS MORE WATER THAN WE THOUGHT.

    所以這比我們想象的要多。

  • >> Stephen: BIG DAY COMING UP.

    >> Stephen:大日子即將到來。

  • THIS IS NO SURPRISE.

    這並不奇怪。

  • ELECTION DAY IS ON TUESDAY.

    選舉日是星期二。

  • YOU MENTIONED EARLIER THIS MONTH-- LET ME GET THIS RIGHT UP

    你這個月早些時候提到過... ...讓我把它弄好吧

  • HERE.

    這裡。

  • THERE YOU GO.

    你去那裡。

  • NEIL TYSON WARNS ASTEROID COULD HIT EARTH THE DAY BEFORE THE

    尼爾-泰森警告說,隕石可能在前一天撞擊地球

  • ELECTION.

    選舉:

  • DON'T PANIC.

    不要驚慌。

  • YOU CAN STILL VOTE.

    你仍然可以投票。

  • I HEARD ABOUT THIS.

    我聽說過這個。

  • I HEARD ABOUT THIS ASTEROID THAT'S WHIZZING BY ON MONDAY.

    我聽說這個星體週一會呼嘯而過。

  • AND JON STEWART'S FREAKED OUT ABOUT IT, BY THE WAY.

    而JON STEWART也被嚇壞了,順便說一下

  • I TOLD HIM I WOULD ASK YOU ABOUT THIS.

    我告訴他我要問你這個問題。

  • WHAT HAPPENS IF IT DOES HIT?

    如果它被擊中會發生什麼?

  • AND WHAT'S THE PROBABILITY?

    什麼是概率?

  • >> ALL RIGHT, SO, FIRST, IT'S ABOUT THE SIZE OF A

    >> 好吧,那麼,首先,它的大小和一個人的大小差不多。

  • REFRIGERATOR, AND SO THESE ARE INTERESTING AND INTRIGUING

    冰箱,所以這些都是有趣的和令人感興趣的。

  • OBJECTS, BUT THEY'RE NOT DANGEROUS TO US.

    物品,但它們對我們沒有危險。

  • SO EVEN-- BY THE WAY, WHEN I TWEETED ABOUT THIS, I DIDN'T SAY

    所以,即使... ... 順便說一句,當我在微博上談論這個,我沒有說,

  • IT WAS GOING TO HIT.

    它是要去打。

  • I SAID IT MAY INTU BUZZ CUT US T DAY BEFORE.

    我說過,它可能會在前一天把我們的INDU BUZZ切掉。

  • >> Stephen: IT COULD HIT EARTH.

    >> Stephen:它可能會擊中地球。

  • THAT'S IN PRINT.

    這是在印刷品。

  • YOU'RE CALLING THE HILL-- ALL RIGHT.

    你叫山丘 -- 好吧。

  • >> THERE'S A ONE HALF OF 1% CHANCE IT WILL HIT EARTH.

    >>有一半的1%的概率會撞上地球。

  • BUT EVEN IF IT DOES, OKAY, IT'S GOING 25,000 MILES AN HOUR,

    但即使它這樣做,好吧,它去25000英里每小時。

  • ABOUT SEVEN MILES PER SECOND -- >> Stephen: THAT'S BOOKIN'.

    大約每秒七英里 -- >> Stephen:這就是預訂。

  • >> TOTALLY BOOKIN'.

    >> 完全預訂。

  • IT'S AT LEAST THAT SPEED, IF IT DIDN'T HAVE EXTRA VELOCITY

    如果它沒有額外的速度,它至少有這個速度。

  • COMING IN.

    進來。

  • AT 25,000 MILES AN HOUR, YOU HIT EARTH'S ATMOSPHERE, IT'S LIKE A

    以每小時25,000英里的速度,你撞上了地球的大氣層,就像撞上了一個人。

  • BRICK WALL.

    磚牆。

  • IT HITS IT, EXPLODES, SCATTERS INTO A ZILLION PIECES, AND SOME

    它擊中了它,爆炸了,飛濺成一百萬片,還有一些。

  • OF THOSE ROCKS REACH EARTH.

    那些岩石到達地球。

  • IT WILL BE A VISIBLE EXPLOSION IF IT HITS, VISIBLE IN THE SKY.

    它將是一個可見的爆炸,如果它擊中,可見在天空中。

  • YOU MIGHT EVEN HEAR A SHOCKWAVE.

    你甚至可能會聽到一個衝擊波。

  • IT'S NOT GOING TO HURT ANYBODY.

    它不會傷害任何人。

  • THERE'S NO DAMAGE.

    沒有損壞。

  • THERE'S NO EXCUSE TO NOT VOTE.

    沒有理由不投票。

  • >> Stephen: HOW BIG-- GOOD, GO VOTE, EVERYBODY.

    >> Stephen:如何大 - 好,去投票,每個人。

  • ALL IS NOT LOST.

    一切都沒有失去。

  • HOW BIG-- YOU SAY THE SIZE OF A REFRIGERATOR IS NOT BIG ENOUGH

    多大--你說冰箱的尺寸不夠大?

  • TO, LIKE PENETRATE ALL THE WAY THROUGH AND HIT ME ON THE HEAD.

    要,像penetrate所有的方式通過 並打我的頭。

  • >> CORRECT.

    >> 正確。

  • >> Stephen: HOW BIG DOES IT HAVE TO BE?

    >> Stephen:它要多大?

  • >> SO THE ONES WE ARE REALLY WORRIED ABOUT ARE THE ONES THAT

    >> 所以,我們真正擔心的人是那些

  • ARE HALF A MILE ACROSS.

    是半英里的距離。

  • SMALLER THAN THAT WILL STILL HIT THE EARTH BUT THEY WON'T DISRUPT

    比這更小的物體仍會撞擊地球,但它們不會破壞地球。

  • CIVILIZATION.

    文明化:

  • WHEN YOU GET TO HALF A MILE ACROSS YOU DO THINGS LIKE

    當你走到半英里的時候,你就會做一些事情,如

  • DISRUPT THE TRANSPORTATION GRID.

    破壞交通網。

  • IT WILL HIT, CAUSE FIRES.

    它將擊中,引起火災。

  • >> Stephen: SURE.

    >> Stephen: SURE.

  • >> SO A FULL-UP DISASTER, AND THAT AND UP IS WHERE YOU REALLY

    >> 所以,一個滿負荷的災難,而這和向上是你真正的地方。

  • NEED TO WORRY.

    需要擔心。

  • AND FORTUNATELY, THE BIGGER ASTEROIDS ARE EASIER TO DETECT.

    幸運的是,更大的星體更容易被發現。

  • SO WE WANT TO GET AS COMPLETE A CATALOG AS WE CAN, DOWN TO THE

    是以,我們希望儘可能完整地獲得一份目錄,直到最後。

  • SMALLEST THAT WE CAN.

    最小的,我們可以。

  • THE PROBLEM IS WHEN THEY'RE LITTLE AND THEY GO AWAY FROM US

    問題是當他們小的時候,他們離開了我們。

  • AFTER THEY COME NEAR, WE LOSE THEM.

    他們靠近後,我們就失去了他們。

  • SO WE HAVE TO SORT OF PROJECT THEIR ORBIT AND LOOK FOR IT ON

    所以,我們必須推算出它的軌道,並在上面尋找它。

  • THE BACK SIDE ON THE WAY BACK.

    後面在回來的路上。

  • THAT'S THE PROBLEM WITH THE ELECTION DAY ASTEROID.

    這就是選舉日星象的問題。

  • IT WAS DISCOVERED TWO YEARS AGO.

    兩年前就被發現了。

  • WE ONLY HAD A FEW DAYS OF ITS ORBIT IN ORDER TO CALCULATE THE

    我們只用了幾天的時間來計算它的軌道。

  • ENTIRE ORBIT, AND THEN IT WENT AND GOT DISAPPEARED, OKAY.

    整個軌道,然後它去了,消失了,好嗎。

  • SO WE SHOULD BE RECOVERING THAT ANY MINUTE NOW, ACTUALLY.

    所以,我們應該是恢復,現在任何一分鐘,實際上。

  • >> Stephen: WE HAVE TO TAKE A QUICK BREAK, NEIL.

    >> Stephen:我們要休息一下,尼爾。

  • BUT STICK AROUND, EVERYBODY.

    但堅持下去,每個人。

  • WHEN WE COME BACK, I'M GOING TO ASK NEIL deGRASSE TYSON

    等我們回去後,我要去問尼爾-德格拉斯-泰森。

>> Stephen: HEY, EVERYBODY, WELCOME BACK.

>> Stephen:嘿,大家好,歡迎回來。

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