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Marvel fans left a worthy tribute to Stan Lee at his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
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Prairie dog

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Or more animals here:
https://anjawessels.photography/animals


CAMERA: Canon EOS 80D/650D
LENS Tamron 16-300mm f/3.5-6.3 Di II VC PZD Macro

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#photography #animal #DierenParkAmersfoort #prairiedog
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Time to Re-align - Diamond in the Rough.
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What Fall Looks Like
What Fall Looks Like
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Sebastian Stan doesn't know if he's in Avengers 4. Should fans call his bluff?
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Bizarre 'Alien' Asteroid Discovered Orbiting the Wrong Way Near Jupiter

Late last year, our solar system received an unexpected visitor from interstellar space: The asteroid ‘Oumuamua that was discovered suddenly in October and then just as quickly disappeared, passing briefly through our solar system on the way to somewhere else. But now we have a better chance to study a visitor from beyond our solar system.

According to scientists from the Côte d'Azur Observatory and São Paulo State University, there’s at least one interstellar asteroid already here. They found an interstellar asteroid near the planet Jupiter, and unlike ‘Oumuamua, this asteroid is here to stay.

Asteroid 2015 BZ509 was discovered a few years ago by the Pan-STARRS sky survey, the same one that discovered ‘Oumuamua last year. This new asteroid, 2015 BZ509, is a pretty strange one because it orbits in retrograde—in the opposite direction as pretty much everything else in the solar system.

Read more here: https://www.popularmechanics.com/space/solar-system/a20776717/asteroid-orbiting-jupiter-interstellar/

https://academic.oup.com/mnrasl/article/477/1/L117/4996014

Clips, images credit: ESO/M. KORNMESSER & NASA/JPL

Music credit: YouTube Audio Library
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China is launching an artificial moon into the sky. Made from a satellite coated in reflective material, the moon will glow in the night, illuminating the streets and cutting down on electricity used by street lights.

https://todaysintech.com/china-is-launching-a-fake-moon-into-the-sky/
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Stan Lee Was Working On Final Superhero Dirt Man With Daughter, She Says - Comic book legend Stan Lee was working on a new superhero with his daughter before his death, she has revealed. Speaking to TMZ, JC Lee described the character ndash; Dirt Man ndash; as ldquo;the last little angel we rsquo;ve got tucked away rdquo;. She told the entertainment site: ldquo;I said, lsquo;Daddy, please ndash; no clatter, no steel, no any of that. Let rsquo;s get down and d ...
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#mma news Khabib Nurmagomedov calls recent aid work in Africa a ‘childhood dream’
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Massive amounts of data are generated by orbiting scientific platforms like the Hubble, and the ESA’s Gaia satellite; so much data that it often takes years for researchers to pour through. An international team of astronomers were pouring through Gaia data recently and discovered a massive “ghost” galaxy hiding behind the shroud of the Milky Way’s disc. The new galaxy has been named Antila 2 or Ant 2 and is said to be an extremely low-density galaxy.

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Jimmy's birthday nightmare starring Aunt Chippy and the #Chippendales...
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Astronomers discover super-Earth around Barnard's star - Astronomers have discovered a planet in orbit around one of the closest stars to the Sun, Barnard's star.

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How Exercise Could Help Fight Drug Addiction

Exercise might strengthen a drug user's resolve by altering the production of peptides in the brain.

The research is in ACS Omega. (full open access)

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CNN attorney, Ted Olson: "We can't have a president acting like dictators do all over the world to silence reporters that they don't like or reporters who say things or dig too deeply or expose the president too much... The president can't do that under the first Amendment." https://youtu.be/sVnGE032T8w
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Journey from Earth to the Edge of the Universe - A Mind-Blowing Trip Through the Cosmos

On a beautiful, clear night, the stars seem so close you could almost reach out and touch them. How far away are the stars? What lies beyond them? How large is the universe as a whole?

Without knowing distances, the sky is just a starry bowl over our heads – like the dome of a planetarium.

If we can figure out the distance to the stars, we will begin to see what the universe looks like in three dimensions, and we will begin to answer some of the greatest of questions: How old is the universe? Is it infinitely large? What is our place in the cosmos?

Clips, images credit: ESO, ESA/HUBBLE & NASA

Music credit: YouTube Audio Library
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