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Records are made to be broken, as the expression goes, but rarely are records left so thoroughly in the dust. Stunned astronomers have witnessed a cosmic explosion about 200 times more powerful than a typical supernova — events which already rank amongst the mightiest outbursts in the universe ...
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R.I.P.  ... one of my earliest memories was watching this very episode of "In search of.."
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An artist's impression of the newly discovered body known as Kepler-453 b (right) that orbits a pair of suns, hence it is a “circumbinary” planet, bringing the number of such known exoplanets into double digits. With a radius 6.2 times that of Earth, the new planet is a gas-giant that is ...
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such an amazing talent!! You are sorely missed Mr Mercury!

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Happy Crucifixion day!!
Many people claim to "know" god, or that "god is great", or that we all should "believe in Jesus because he's our saviour", but that's all bullshit, not (only) because of what is being claimed, but copious amounts of bullshit...
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well presented bit of history :)

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    Jedi, 1991 - present
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who's the more foolish... the fool or the fool who follows him?--[Obi-Wan]
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looking? found someone I would say you have, hmmmm?
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seen Empire Strikes Back at least 100 times (probably a lot more but i didn't want to sound like a freak or anything) - oh and for half a second there, maybe even a whole second, I was the youngest person on the planet
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I always forget the order of the commands to create a new set ssl keys for a postfix server, so here it is. For the Google-eyed visitors: Th

Clocking the rotation rate of a supermassive black hole | Astronomy Now
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A recent observational campaign involving more than two dozen optical telescopes and NASA's space-based SWIFT X-ray telescope allowed a team

A lonely planet and its distant star | Astronomy Now
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An artist's impression of 2MASS J2126, about 1 trillion (1 million million) kilometres from it's star, TYC 9486-927-1. The pair are moving t

Gravity saved the universe after the Big Bang? | Astronomy Now
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Recent studies have suggested that the production of Higgs particles (otherwise known as Higgs bosons, elementary particles discovered at CE

Theorists propose a new method to probe the beginning of the universe | ...
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New research suggests that oscillating heavy particles generated “clocks” in the primordial universe that could be used to determine what pr

Herschel reveals filaments in the Serpens Core | Astronomy Now
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The interstellar medium fills the 'empty' space between the stars in our galaxy. It is a mix of molecular clouds, cold and warm gases, regio

Space telescopes find “twins” of Eta Carinae in other galaxies | Astrono...
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Eta Carinae's great eruption in the 1840s created the billowing Homunculus Nebula, imaged here by Hubble, and transformed the binary into a

Japanese space probe to steer into orbit around Venus | Spaceflight Now
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Five years after missing a shot to orbit at Venus, Japan's Akatsuki spacecraft is speeding toward the planet for a critical rocket burn late

Scientists predict that rocky planets formed from ‘pebbles’ | Astronomy Now
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Southwest Research Institute scientists developed a new process in planetary formation modelling that explains the size and mass difference

NASA’s New Horizons team selects potential Kuiper Belt flyby target | As...
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Path of NASA's New Horizons spacecraft toward its next potential target, the Kuiper Belt object (KBO) 2014 MU69, nicknamed “PT1” (for “Poten

Elegant spiral galaxy hides a hungry monster | Astronomy Now
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This Hubble image depicts barred-spiral NGC 4639, a galaxy 70 million light-years away in the constellation Virgo and part of the Virgo Clus

Magnetic fields likely protect Earth-like planets around small stars | A...
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Earth-like planets orbiting close to small stars probably have magnetic fields that protect them from stellar radiation and help maintain su

Hubble’s new view of the Butterfly Nebula | Astronomy Now
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Known variously as the Butterfly Nebula, Minkowski's Butterfly, the Twin Jet Nebula, or PN M2-9, this is a striking example of a bipolar pla

Small alien world most Jupiter-like planet ever seen
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Astronomers have detected the smallest and most solar system-like planet ever directly imaged around another star.

Little big black hole is a supermassive oxymoron
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Astronomers have discovered the smallest supermassive black hole seen to date lurking in the centre of a dwarf galaxy around 340 million lig

Blue aurorae in Mars’ sky visible to the naked eye | Astronomy Now
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Visible Martian aurorae seemed possible after the SPICAM imaging instrument on-board the ESA satellite Mars Express spotted aurorae from spa

Kepler finds tenth transiting ‘Tatooine’ exoplanet | Astronomy Now
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An artist's impression of the newly discovered body known as Kepler-453 b (right) that orbits a pair of suns, hence it is a “circumbinary” p

Pulsar punches hole in stellar disc | Astronomy Now
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Evidence from NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory suggests that a clump of stellar material has been jettisoned away from a double star system

Pluto is alive—but where is the heat coming from?
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Youthful surfaces point to puzzling recent activity on dwarf planet and its moon, Charon

Carnivorous plants communicate with bats
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A large, meat-eating pitcher plant in Borneo has evolved a unique way to communicate with bats that it hopes to attract.