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Researchers have identified a young star with four Jupiter and Saturn-sized planets in orbit around it, the first time that so many massive planets have been detected in such a young system.

https://todaysintech.com/giant-planets-discovery-near-young-star-leave-astronomers-stunned/
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False claims, fraud, and tRUMP walks away with millions even after bankruptcy. He will do the same to America, and he is correct that people are let him do it... BONUS: Listen to Ivanka lie and backtrack just like her father.
#TrumpCrimeSyndicate #DonTheCon #MobBoss
#BedazzledBarbie #Ivanka #TreasonBarbie
https://youtu.be/1OYvuKC6-WQ
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"Marvel's Daredevil" Season 3 showrunner Erik Oleson gets real about Fisk and Dex and what comes next for them (spoilers ahead!): http://bit.ly/2OG9hzE
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http://bit.ly/2CZY4Ds via @BreitbartNews
Americans who recognize the central role played by biology in shaping human needs and desires are applauding a report by the New York Times that the administration will roll back President Barack Obama’s transgender ideology.
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On Monday all across Texas residents were setting new records for the first day of early voting for midterm elections.

Thousands of people were already camped out at a key early voting location in Houston on Monday morning, hours before midterm elections voting was even set to begin.
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Bizarre New Star Formation Casts Doubt on How the Solar System Formed

Everything we know about the formation of solar systems might be wrong, says University of Florida astronomy professor Jian Ge and his postdoc, Bo Ma. They’ve discovered the first “binary–binary” – two massive companions around one star in a close binary system, one so-called giant planet and one brown dwarf, or “failed star”

The first, called MARVELS-7a, is 12 times the mass of Jupiter, while the second, MARVELS-7b, has 57 times the mass of Jupiter.

Astronomers believe that planets in our solar system formed from a collapsed disk-like gaseous cloud, with our largest planet, Jupiter, buffered from smaller planets by the asteroid belt.

In the new binary system, HD 87646, the two giant companions are close to the minimum mass for burning deuterium and hydrogen, meaning that they have accumulated far more dust and gas than what a typical collapsed disk-like gaseous cloud can provide. They were likely formed through another mechanism. The stability of the system despite such massive bodies in close proximity raises new questions about how protoplanetary disks form.

Read more here: http://news.ufl.edu/articles/2016/10/first-pluto-now-this-discovery-of-first-binary-binary-calls-solar-system-formation-into-question.php

The research has been published in the Astronomical Journal.
https://arxiv.org/abs/1608.03597

Clips, images credit: ESO/L. Calçada/M. Kornmesser, ESA/HUBBLE & NASA / JPL-Caltech & nemesis maturity own work

Music credit: YouTube Audio Library
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http://bit.ly/2R680i4 via @BreitbartNews The planned November announcement of the cancellation will be a boost to millions of U.S. professionals — young and old — who lose opportunities, jobs, and salaries to the many visa-workers imported by companies and investors.

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10 useful Gmail settings you’ll wish you knew sooner #Gmail #Google #Tips
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Scientists will gather today to debate where NASA should next land on Mars, as the American space agency prepares a new mission in its search for life on the Red Planet.

https://rxscience.org/nasa-stronghold-about-life-on-mars/
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Imagine dropping $1,000 only to stare at Booger McFarland for three hours.
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Which pair of the Duchess of Sussex's #RoyalTour shades are YOUR favourite?
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The Dems October Surprise May be on Them https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2018/10/the_dems_october_surprise_may_be_on_them.html#.W877KhAFShk.twitter It’s hard to get illegal aliens and the dead eager to vote Democrat when Democrats act like at best, a bunch of bumbling idiots or at worst, traitors. More
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In the fantasyland of Trumpistan a bill which passed with 98 votes to 1 had "very poor support."
Trump continues to lie to people who reward him for those same lies.

People cheered as Trump praised a man for assaulting a journalist who was doing his job.

The video linked below raises two very important questions...
What kind of insane ideology does it take, to cheer on this blatant liar?

What sort of people cheer in approval of violence and what kind of family members taught them these values?

Vote against the people who defend the liar..
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There’s no crying in Football!!! 😂
Report: Derek Carr has “fractured relationship” with teammates...After he was seen crying on the field after being sacked...

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Trump is an Idiot and Must be Removed.
Vote! Vote Democrat! Neuter Him!!

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"This image from the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) shows the area surrounding Sagittarius A*, the supermassive black hole that lurks at the centre of the Milky Way—highlighted here with a small circle. New research has revealed exciting evidence of interstellar gas and dust orbiting the black hole at high speeds.

The molecular-hydrogen-rich gas clouds which have been identified are known as molecular cloudlets, and they have never before been unambiguously detected. This image actually shows the distribution of molecules including carbon monoxide, the cloudlets' second most abundant molecular component. The cloudlets lie 26 000 light-years away from us, orbiting fast and relatively close to the black hole, at a distance of about one light year. ALMA's high resolution allowed scientists to detect the cloudlets, which are the products of pre-existing massive clouds rotating around the centre of our galaxy. These clouds were tidally disrupted into dense fragments and a lower density, short-lived component. The latter was identified thanks to the signs left by the passage of the synchrotron radiation emitted by Sagittarius A* through diffuse gas between the cloudlets.

Although clouds of molecular gas have the potential to form new stars, these cloudlets are unlikely to create stellar newborns. They have a comparatively small mass of around 60 times that of the Sun, and exist close to the huge, turbulent, punishing gravitational forces exerted by Sagittarius A*.

While the stars orbiting Sagittarius A* have been systematically observed, these dense molecular cloudlets have not been detected so close to the centre of our galaxy before".

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