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Did you know: you can fit all of the planets in our Solar System in between the Earth and the Moon?

Source: http://goo.gl/vRm9X3

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A NASA mission slated for the 2020s to Jupiter’s icy moon will try to figure out if the ocean there is habitable.
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Awesome. NASA should crowd source and see if we can get there sooner.
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What's the biggest star in the universe?
The video gives the wow factor but the list keeps growing as astronomers keep finding new hypergiants: http://goo.gl/9aT3Wd
Most hypergiants are so low in density that they're more like vacuum than what we'd consider a typical star.

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Unbelievable comparison.
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And "Schild" means Shield. So basically it means "Black Shield". But it is just named after Karl Schwarzschild who was working on Einsteins Field equations. Thats seems to be a weird coincidence. But sometimes I wonder how much a name can influence our ways in life.
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Astronomers VS Automatons - Who will win?
The company that makes the Roomba is now reportedly working on a lawnmower, unless astronomers get their way.
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Galaxy in your browser: http://stars.chromeexperiments.com/
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The European Space Agency says its comet lander, Philae, has woken up and contacted Earth.
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Mission To Europa!

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Australian student proves existence of plasma tubes floating above Earth.
AN AUSTRALIAN scientist has discovered that giant, invisible, moving plasma tubes fill the skies above Earth.
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People who develop cancer have shorter telomeres, the caps at the end of chromosomes which protect the DNA
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Curiosity rover. What a phenomenal photo!
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