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An interstellar asteroid has been studied for the 1st time… and it looks really odd

via Interstellar asteroid studied by astronomers for first time “In October, astronomers using a powerful telescope in Hawaii caught sight of something they’d never seen before: an asteroid from interstellar space hurtling through our solar system. Now, about a month … Continue reading

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A storm on Jupiter

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A Giant Cave on the Moon Could Host Lunar Settlers 

A Giant Cave on the Moon Could Host Lunar Settlers – D-brief “According to radar data from the agency’s SELENE lunar orbiter, published Thursday in Geophysical Research Letters, the chasm is less than 330 feet beneath the surface and around 300 feet … Continue reading

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Weird ‘Alien Megastructure’ Star May Have Simple Explanation

Weird ‘Alien Megastructure’ Star May Have Simple Explanation Aliens, intelligent aliens are still science fiction. So once again we have to ask: if the Universe is teaming with intelligent beings then why have we not seen any sign of life … Continue reading

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Dark energy might not exist | Behind The Black

Dark energy might not exist | Behind The Black The uncertainty of science: A new model for the universe that omits dark energy produces a better fit to what is know than previous theories that included it. The new theory, … Continue reading

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After Two Decades in Space, Cassini is About to Crash Into Saturn. These are the Final Images

After Two Decades in Space, Cassini is About to Crash Into Saturn. These are the Final Images «TwistedSifter

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Sun Unleashes Monster Solar X Flare, Strongest in a Decade | Let’s Hope It’s The Last One For a While

Sun Unleashes Monster Solar Flare, Strongest in a Decade “At 5:10 a.m. EDT (0910 GMT), an X-class solar flare — the most powerful sun-storm category — blasted from a large sunspot on the sun’s surface. That flare was the strongest … Continue reading

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