today at 11:18.
An unseen object with a mass somewhere between that of Earth and Mars could be lurking in the Kuiper Belt.
Planet 10? Another Earth-Size World May Lurk in the Outer Solar System
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today at 11:26
Well, anything out that far would be a completely deep frozen lump of pointlessness, so conspiracy theorists can go back to bed.. or maybe try learning some facts.
Guy De Groof
today at 11:32
The title of this article immediately challenges the scientific integrity and value of this post.
today at 11:31
Arrakis....Dune... the desert planet. From here you control the spice, and whoever controls the spice, controls the Universe!
today at 10:05.
To answer this question, we've gotta take you on back to the Big Bang...
Why Is Hydrogen the Most Common Element in the Universe?
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Glenn Villaluz Sagario
today at 10:11
That's one of the main ingredient of the star's medium needed for its spontaneous combustion. Also one of the prerequisites for life.
today at 10:52
It signifies spiritual application and it is the element that is found in every existing and non-existing things
today at 10:23
Because there's a lot of it. Lol
today at 07:01.
Could there be life on Europa? Clipper intends to find out.
Europa Clipper: Sailing to Jupiter's Icy Moon
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today at 07:34
Tbese missions seem to always lead to more questions then answers. Wbich will lead to more missions with more questions. Leading to more $$$$$$. Seems like the search for other forms of "life" will be an ongoing quest.
today at 08:55
It looks like they're flying over a giant latte. Or maybe I just need more coffee.
today at 08:31
If America could stop spending money on useless millitary bullshit maybe they could fund this
today at 01:27.
Go ahead, be a statistic. #TotalSolarEclipse
Will August's Eclipse Be Most Watched Ever? Totally
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today at 01:38
My house is almost dead center of the path and exactly in range to see the eclipse at its fullest. :)
today at 01:52
Is that Drew Carey, front and center? JFC, he really let himself go!!
today at 02:01
Absolutely, just more people to watch but hey that's just my humble Canadian opinion 🇨🇦
today at 00:08.
[Insert Uranus joke here]
NASA Eyes Close-Up Mission to Uranus, Neptune
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today at 00:33
It's about time.
We have sent orbiters to Jupiter and Saturn already, and numerous probes to Mars.
But each of these, and their respective satellite systems, have had a single flyby mission.
today at 02:08
Such a waste to do a flyby. I say take a little longer to get there and go into orbit. Interesting to read they may have liquid oceans under the clouds. Makes one wonder what the pressure and temps would be at water level.
today at 02:41
What the hell are they thinking?!?! A probe could destroy Uranus, especially if it penetrates where the sun don't shine!! #prayforuranus
yesterday at 23:10.
The mystery of how jets of plasma explode from the surface of the sun and erupt into space thousands of times a day may finally be solved.
Burning Mystery of the Sun's Plasma Jets May Finally Be Solved
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yesterday at 23:32
Exactly the way i figured it 30 years ago
yesterday at 23:11
The thing is. ..we are but a moment. ..
today at 01:48
Nothing is solved, its just a new theory! !!
yesterday at 22:28.
Scientists have a lot of love for lasers. A lot.
Pew Pew Pew! Why Scientists Are Fired Up About Futuristic Space Lasers
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Glenn Villaluz Sagario
today at 00:21
Lasers is fun to play with. It can catch up alien's attention from the farthest galaxies for communication.
yesterday at 22:41
Science is war.
Everyday Simo Main's
today at 01:14
Do yu feel like enything
yesterday at 21:01.
"American Indians have been on the modern frontier of spaceflight since the beginning of NASA."
American Indians in the Space Program to be Honored on 2019 US Dollar Coin
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yesterday at 21:13
Article: Consistently refers them as Native Americans.
Headline: "American Indians"
All because of some stupid Italian, an entire civilization of indigenous peoples will forever be mistakenly identified as "Indians"
today at 00:39
Does Chief Crazy Horse know about this? I think they would want to. The Lakota main theme is story telling and their establishment has a broad base including their university.
Bee Pea Ess
yesterday at 23:22
American Indians went into space without rockets for thousands of years a few hundred years before bear sent mosquito to wipe them out for crimes against nature spanning the entire continental population. Don't bother looking this up. It's been passed from elder to elder for almost 600 years. Kick an elders corpse in the ear for being the original slow fucking learners. -deadwood
yesterday at 20:06.
If you're going to take anyone's advice on seeing the #TotalSolarEclipse, it should probably be NASA's, right?
Here Is NASA's Advice for Watching the 2017 Solar Eclipse
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yesterday at 20:22
I've had my eclipse glasses for weeks! Enough to share with neighbors too. :-)
yesterday at 20:30
If the world is flat then how come the eclipse moves along a curving path?
yesterday at 20:07
We got our glasses and resv. mountain top in N C!
yesterday at 19:06.
For better or worse, here is a look back at the brief history of television advertisements being filmed off the planet.
As Seen on TV: These Commercials Were Filmed in Space!
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yesterday at 18:02.
The European Space Agency has selected an ambitious space-based gravitational-wave observatory as its next large space science mission, scheduled for launch by 2034.
ESA Moves Forward on Gravitational Wave and Exoplanet Missions
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yesterday at 18:25
I hope it goes better than their Mars mission.
yesterday at 18:31
Lasers first. Photon torpedoes next.
Michael R Geran
yesterday at 18:43
You better make fast like !?!
yesterday at 17:13.
Lucasfilm has officially announced Ron Howard is taking over as director of 2018's standalone Han Solo film.
Official: Ron Howard New Han Solo Director
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yesterday at 19:01
I love Star Wars. We are the same age...it's been with me my whole life. Action figures, trading cards, games, comics, housewares...It's all over my life. Is it bad that I don't really care about this movie? Oh well...
yesterday at 18:08
I like this, Howard has a good intuition for individual actors, I thought the last Star Wars was guilty of hiding behind all the special effects and missing out on character development.
yesterday at 18:30
Kind of an ironic "circle of life" coming back on itself. Ron Howard was one of the stars of "American Graffiti," George Lucas's first movie, the profits from which he used to produce "Star Wars." Every Star Wars nerd needs to see this important movie, which laucnhed the careers of many of the stars.
yesterday at 17:03.
#TotalSolarEclipse freebies, anyone?
Astronomers Without Borders Will Give Away 100,000 Safe Solar Eclipse Glasses
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yesterday at 17:35
Missy Christian do have any community groups you work with that could registers and get some of these? The link has the next link to apply :)
yesterday at 17:15
Astronomers without borders and doctors without borders mean that those individual people will go anywhere around the world to see something unique or to help another person in need.. However, they do have to go through that sovereign nations security or at least some documented procedure to track who you are.
yesterday at 17:07
We're just a small local club serving the Antelope Valley (Lancaster/Palmdale) are of California and we're giving away over 1,000 solar glasses for the event. Many local and regional clubs and organizations across the country are doing the same. Normally, we'd have a public outreach program for an event like this but so many of the members are traveling to totality that we won't have the manpower to cover one.
yesterday at 16:01.
From Jane Goodall to Katherine Johnson — this (now very affordable) book has it all.
NYT Bestseller Celebrates Trailblazing Women in Science
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yesterday at 16:25
Jane Goodall, infamous? Famous, I think they mean!
yesterday at 16:05
Jhon Kabukuzi Fatter Is Isacc Kitu
yesterday at 15:02.
And now, from the team that brought you a potentially Earth-like planet in the habitable zone of Proxima Centauri...
Astronomers Continue Search for Earth-Like Planets at Proxima Centauri and Other Stars (Video)
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Alex van den Berg
yesterday at 18:13
What has become of this site? The same old stories .. Ads with the question about whether Jesus was truly God .... Iinks about slimming ... links about Tiffany Trumps IQ and Sissy Spacek who should be insane ...
I want sience!
yesterday at 19:30
Ok, there are other planets out there. Why not spend the money figuring out how to get to them. Otherwise, whats the point of finding them in the first place...
yesterday at 15:28
Sure they can search for them but never gonna reach em in mine life time annyway not by a long shot
yesterday at 14:06.
If the moon passes in front of the sun once a month, why don't we have monthly solar eclipses?
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Why Solar Eclipses Don’t Happen Every Month - Orbit Animatio
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yesterday at 14:48
This was posted on NASA's page last night. I believe proper credit is due. We don't have an eclipse every month for the same reason the moon appears higher or lower in the sky, the orbit wobbles. This wobble also facilitated the Apollo missions allowing their flight path to skip around the more concentrated areas of the van allen belts.
yesterday at 14:22
Thank you. Since they teach nothing but Political Correctness in schools these days, I have met many who do not know this simple fact. And they are far from alone. Thank you for explaining this simple fact that is probably well beyond most teachers these days, let alone the students....who couldn't care less.
yesterday at 17:16
Oh my how uninformed can people possibly be.
Our education system is failing miserably.
We were taught this in the third grade.
Some of you should respect yourself enough to educate yourself.
yesterday at 13:09.
What if alien life isn't "the soft, squishy kind, like us"?
Is It Time to Rethink How We Search for Alien Life?
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yesterday at 13:54
Why on earth would any alien lifeforms want to make contact with such a violent destructive race such as ours.
We can't even get along with ourselves let alone other beings. Another thing we're also destroying our own planet so again why would anyone come to visit us?
yesterday at 13:14
LMAO! And why exactly would life (that is, actually highly evolved/intelligent life forms) be keen what so ever,...on being found? Wouldn't the sensible approach to be to remain 'hidden', until 'it' chose to make contact?
George Jurado Acebedo
yesterday at 13:56
I think alien life is already among us and had been a part of the growth of our civilization for thousands of years. Why are they hiding their presence from us? I think it has something do to with our propensity to engage in violence.
yesterday at 12:12.
Congress just took the first step toward "defending space as a critical element of national security."
House Panel Takes First Step Towards Military "Space Corps"
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yesterday at 12:25
One day there will be no choice. We'll all be long dead by then. Too bad the dark ages had to happen. We'd be colonizing space by now. 400 years or so science being condemned and educators and researchers being executed for heresy.
yesterday at 12:28
I so want the aliens to come down and make all these gung-ho military boy politicians pee themselves. Make them humble like an Iron Sheik Camel Clutch. I want Childhood's End to become reality. Except just a little bit more like Independence Day, when it comes to the politicians.
yesterday at 13:00
I can't guess what they plan to defend that matters since their assholeish policies will ruin everything worth protecting. If they really wanted to defend anything of this world they would commit mass suicide and take along the jerks who elected them.
yesterday at 12:09.
Tune in now to watch a chicken sandwich get launched into space (yep, you read that right).
Stratospheric Zinger! KFC Chicken Sandwich to Launch to Edge of Space Today
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yesterday at 12:39
Instead of trying to get people on to Mars or even the moon again... even a satellite launched to benefit humanity... we are launching a chicken sandwich... I'm ashamed of human kind.
yesterday at 12:20
First-world problems. How bout rain those chicken sandwiches over Africa or Syria?
yesterday at 12:16
This is clearly a distraction to keep us from watching McDonald's send the first Big Mac to Mars.
yesterday at 11:18.
#OTD in 2000, NASA announced that it had found possible evidence of liquid water on Mars! #TodayInSpace
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