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If There Are Aliens Out There, Where Are They?  Alien life, if it exists, could be as simple as bacteria or more complex than humans—and there are optimal strategies for searching for both

If There Are Aliens Out There, Where Are They? Alien life, if it exists, could be as simple as bacteria or more complex than humans—and there are optimal strategies for searching for both

I've had these musings myself sometimes! Especially about the sunrise being someone else's sunset =)

I've had these musings myself sometimes! Especially about the sunrise being someone else's sunset =)

What Will It Take for Humans to Colonize the Milky Way? It's a common theme in science fiction, but migrating to planets beyond our solar system will be a lot more complicated and difficult than you might imagine - Scientific American

What Will It Take for Humans to Colonize the Milky Way? It's a common theme in science fiction, but migrating to planets beyond our solar system will be a lot more complicated and difficult than you might imagine - Scientific American

The site that deprives you of productivity one minute at a time. Replacing productivity with entertainment since 2010.

If planets were as close as our moon

The site that deprives you of productivity one minute at a time. Replacing productivity with entertainment since 2010.

Oh the Places We Won't Go: Humans Will Settle Mars, and Nowhere Else [Excerpt] - Scientific American

Oh the Places We Won't Go: Humans Will Settle Mars, and Nowhere Else [Excerpt] - Scientific American

A stellar explosion almost 600 billion times brighter than the sun pushes the limits of physics ASASSN-15lh

A stellar explosion almost 600 billion times brighter than the sun pushes the limits of physics ASASSN-15lh

Astronomers Find the Farthest-Out Solar System Object Ever Seen-Scientific American it currently lies 103 times as far from the Sun as Earth is. It breaks a record previously held by Eris, which had been seen at 90 AU.103 AU found with the Subaru telescope on Mauna Kea, Hawaii. Probably over 500k to 800k across. Orbit isn't characterized yet but it may prove to be inner Ort cloud object. unlike others that dip into the Kuiper belt

Astronomers Find the Farthest-Out Solar System Object Ever Seen-Scientific American it currently lies 103 times as far from the Sun as Earth is. It breaks a record previously held by Eris, which had been seen at 90 AU.103 AU found with the Subaru telescope on Mauna Kea, Hawaii. Probably over 500k to 800k across. Orbit isn't characterized yet but it may prove to be inner Ort cloud object. unlike others that dip into the Kuiper belt

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