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Astronomers Find Distant Alien World Shaped Like an American Football

Astronomers believe they’ve found one of the most unique exoplanets to date, a strange distant alien world which is shaped…

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There’s Something Producing a Massive Amount of Heath In Saturn’s Atmosphere

The upper layers of the atmospheres of the gas giant planets (Saturn, Jupiter, Uranus, and Neptune) are hot, just like…

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April 7 Super “Pink” Moon: Are You Ready For The Biggest Supermoon of 2020?

This April 7, 2020, will see mankind witness the Pink Supermoon, the largest supermoon of the year. The moon will…

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Interstellar Comet 14 Times the Size of Earth Explodes and Breaks Up in Two

A comet 14 times the size of Earth (including its coma and tail) which originated in a solar system far…

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There Is Evidence That Pluto Has a Vast Ocean Under Its Crust

Back in 2015, NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft zoomed past Pluto making its way towards the Oort cloud. As it passed…

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Aliens Next Door? Potentially Habitable Super-Earth Found 12 Light-Years Away

Another fascinating alien solar system has been discovered in our galaxy. The star system is located around 12 light-years away…

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A Comet “Half The Size of The Sun” Set to Zoom Past Earth Later This Month

Comet ATLAS, whose Coma is around 15 arcminutes in diameter, falls somewhere between the Sun (1,392,000 km diameter) and Jupiter…

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How Meteorites Helped Reveal Mars’ Watery Past

A group of scientists analyzed meteorite fragments in order to reconstruct Mars’ chaotic history, revealing along the way Mars’ watery…

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A 4-Kilometer-Wide Asteroid Will Zoom Past Earth in April 2020

There’s a massive asteroid heading our way, and it will get here in April 2020. Luckily for us, the asteroid…

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2 Inches Per-Pixel: Here’s An Unprecedented High-Res Map of Asteroid Bennu

Scientists from the OSIRIS-REx mission have produced a global map of asteroid Bennu’s surface. At 2 inches (5 centimeters) per…

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