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Elon Musk is flirting with Mars on Twitter and it's unique

We already know that Elon Musk has something for Mars. He pushes under-construction SpaceX Starship as a way to get people to Red Planet. It seems like Mars can be hurting behind after a strange and imminent Twitter exchange Friday. An unknown Twitter account named Mars (holding @ 4thFromOurStar) tweeted a message saying it just wanted Elon to move to …

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All the coolest years of Earth's record happened over 90 years ago

Here's a statistic: On Earth, 18 of the last 19 years is the warmest in recorded history. And as both NASA and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) announced on Wednesday, the last five years became the five hottest in history – since recording quality records began in the 1880s. It is an indisputable and fast trend of heating. …

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The Andromeda Signal – "From No Known Particle or Atom" (Weekend Feature)

Posted on Feb 9, 2019 "There's something we just do not understand about the internal structure of how the universe works," said Enectali Figueroa-Feliciano, an associate professor of physics at Northwestern and the MIT Kavli Institute for Astrophysics and Space Research. Astronomers think they may have detected the first real signal from the "dark universe." While studying data collected by …

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New photos from NASA's New Horizons show pancaked peanut

At first glance, the mysterious stone space that NASA's New Horizons brought up in the New Year's day looks like a tall snow, or perhaps an earthly peanut space. Now, a new set of pictures shows that space rock is flat at first thought – more pancakes, actually, than nuts. The rock space, called the 2014 MU69, is located 4.1 …

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New Horizons' evocative goodbye glance at Ultima Thule

New Horizons took this picture of the thing of the Kuiper Belt 2014 MU69 (nicknamed Ultima Thule) on January 1, 2019, when 5,954 The NASA mileage is 8,492 kilometers (8,862 kilometers) beyond it. The left image is an "average" of ten images taken by Long Range Reconnaissance Imager (LORRI); the crescent is blurry in raw frames since a relatively long …

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