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Older than the origin of the universe!?! That sure changes things.
THAT explains why the actors on the bridge of the Enterprise were rocking back and forth
An exoplanet may mirror Jupiter's moon formation
Power for cubesats!
This is not a Goldilocks situation: one star is too cold, the other too hot and nothing about them is 'just right'.
Cool. Imagine what else will be floating around in orbit eventually!
You know, by the time we actually get around to terraforming Mars, the methodology will not be ANY of the ways already proposed
Of on a Comet...
Plans include a comfy SUV-like rover.
Man, our robot overlords just keep on getting smarter and smarter
Well, if Stephen Colbert can understand this explanation, I think the rest of us can handle it too
Wow. Too bad spaceships can't slingshot off of that vortex
But don't we have enough problems right here on Earth? :)
Einstein's Cosmological Constant...and here I thought his biggest mistake was not combing his hair
But...but what about the space amoebas?
These aren't "healing" crystals....
This will be having astronomers yelling "GOAL!" instead of "Eureka!"
First tardigrades, now this. Seems like we're intent on infecting the galaxy.
Could life be anything other than carbon-based?
The Puppeteers have been trying to keep this a secret, like, forever!
Asteroid, meteor, plantesimal, meteorite - why do space rocks have so many different names?
Does this herald the beginning of von Neuman machines?
look ma, no spots!
Astronomers expect to be able to tease out signs of life (if any) when new telescopes come on line soon. It's only 31 light years away!
Spacex now has their own spaceXsuits. (Will everything in space have an 'X' associated with it in our future?)
It's shrinking! Photos of monoliths at 11
In light of Dark Matter and Dark Energy, physicists are questioning the standard model of gravitation
71 Million light years away, stars are forming from cosmic dust
Gentlemen, we can 3D print him. We have the technology. We have the capability to make the world's first 3D printed man
NASA has a mandate to return to the Moon by 2024. They still need a lander and a spacesuit