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Tag Archive for "Space" - Social Focused
  • Could We Find Aliens By Looking For Their Pollution?

    According to some of the astrophysicists at Harvard, there could be a slightly easier way to find aliens out there in the black. We could simply look for pollution similar to our own. Al Gore is constantly reminding...

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  • What Are These Strange Radio Bursts From Space?

    You probably don’t remember but way back in 2007, astronomers in Australia detected a strong burst of radio waves coming from somewhere. The burst was short and sweet but they never discovered the source. Now, 14 years...

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  • The Moon’s Internet Connection is (likely) Faster than Yours

    I think most people wish they had faster internet speed. Hell, Comcast being the jerks they are keep throttling mine every time I get within a days of the month’s end. Anyway, our problems could be solved once...

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  • NASA Discovers the Darkest Shadows in the Galaxy

    NASA and the University of Zurich announced this week that they have discovered what they believe to be the darkest spots in the galaxy outside of a black hole’s event horizon. The shadows or dark spots are...

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  • Science Made the Most In-Depth Universe Simulation Ever

    Prepare to feel tiny and very insignificant. Researchers just published finding from the first ultra-realistic simulation of our universe’s growth and not surprisingly it spans about 13 billion years. And in case you wanted to try this at home,...

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  • NASA Wants to Send Plant Life to Mars in 2020

    NASA has decided that it is almost time we have life on Mars. The Ames Research Center has proposed sending plant life to the red dusty planet with the next Mars rover mission. The proposal is aptly...

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  • Check Out the Milky Way’s Magnetic Fingerprint

    Above you can see the first ever all-sky observation of polarized light emitted by interstellar dust in the Milky Way. It represents the galaxy’s magnetic fingerprint. The data was acquired by the ESA’s Planck satellite. The European Space...

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  • Hubble Photos Capture Formation of Planetary Systems

    Researchers have revealed two images of planetary systems forming around their home stars using a new image processing technique. According to NASA, the images are “two treasures that were hiding in the Hubble archives.” The forming planetary systems were...

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  • Meet Kepler-186f: The Closest Earth-Like Planet Ever Discovered

    An artist’s concept of Kepler-186f. (NASA Ames/SETI Institute/JPL-Caltech) We may finally have hope when it comes time to leave our home planet of Earth because we have destroyed it somehow. 500 light years away sits a planet...

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