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How can the complex nature of the earliest universe, or universes, be explained?
How can the complex nature of the earliest universe, or universes, be explained?
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I want to have you problems and carelessness, I want to be bored as you :)))
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See amazing amateur astronomy photos and night sky views sent in to SPACE.com by readers in May 2014 in our month-long running gallery.
See amazing amateur astronomy photos and night sky views sent in to SPACE.com by readers in May 2014 in our month-long running gallery.
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Kameron and Brice having fun !
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NASA has awarded prize money to five members of the public for their ideas about how to limit astronauts' radiation exposure during journeys through deep space.
NASA has awarded prize money to five members of the public for their ideas about how to limit astronauts' radiation exposure during journeys through deep space.
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Like to see the English chaps idea.
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New Horizons' hunt for new moons, rings and other potential hazards near Pluto has turned up nothing so far.
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that Pluto  is coming  into danger
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Astrophotographer A. Garrett Evans took this image of the Milky Way over Popham Beach State Park in Maine the morning of April 18, 2015 as a 9-shot panorama.
Astrophotographer A. Garrett Evans took this image of the Milky Way over Popham Beach State Park in Maine the morning of April 18, 2015 as a 9-shot panorama.
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Amazing picture!
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Top astronomers to handpick the Hubble Space Telescope image that has the most scientific relevance to them.
Top astronomers to handpick the Hubble Space Telescope image that has the most scientific relevance to them.
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Hey +SPACE.com   You have a video ad for Kaiser Permanente that forces itself to the top of the browser window and makes it impossible to scroll through an entire article.
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The night sky can be a wondrous place filled with stars, but there are some brilliant celestial lights that shine brighter than others. Here's a list of the top 10 brightest stars in the night sky.
The night sky can be a wondrous place filled with stars, but there are some brilliant celestial lights that shine brighter than others. Here's a list of the top 10 brightest stars in the night sky.
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Cool...
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Wispy nebulas come in all shapes across the universe. What do you see?
Wispy nebulas come in all shapes across the universe. What do you see?
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grazie per averla ricondivisa, questa foto è  bellissima, raffigura una mano, che definisco la mano di Dio
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A new photo from NASA's Dawn spacecraft shows the battered surface of the dwarf planet Ceres in unprecedented detail. Dawn captured the image on May 23, when the probe was just 3,200 miles (5,100 kilometers) from Ceres.
A new photo from NASA's Dawn spacecraft shows the battered surface of the dwarf planet Ceres in unprecedented detail. Dawn captured the image on May 23, when the probe was just 3,200 miles (5,100 kilometers) from Ceres.
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Good point, bright spots. 
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Amateur astronomers are interested in seeing Pluto with their own telescopes, and this is what we will discuss here. Pluto is at present around 14th magnitude, requiring a telescope with at least 8 inches (200mm) aperture.
Amateur astronomers are interested in seeing Pluto with their own telescopes, and this is what we will discuss here. Pluto is at present around 14th magnitude, requiring a telescope with at least 8 inches (200mm) aperture.
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Teapot  who the cooking telescopes?
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Astronauts on the International Space Station moved a closet-like storage module to a new spot on the orbiting lab Wednesday (May 27) to make room for a new docking port to welcome private space taxis in 2017.
Astronauts on the International Space Station moved a closet-like storage module to a new spot on the orbiting lab Wednesday (May 27) to make room for a new docking port to welcome private space taxis in 2017.
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Upcoming Onion headline: ISS crew shuffle modules around for spring cleaning
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Bright red veins lace across the sky and feed into enormous crimson clouds that look like living hearts, in these breathtaking views of the Gamma Cygni nebula and surrounding region.
Bright red veins lace across the sky and feed into enormous crimson clouds that look like living hearts, in these breathtaking views of the Gamma Cygni nebula and surrounding region.
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uuuuuuuyyy  that look like hell desert
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