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Astronomers have discovered a new planet with no sun that is six times larger than Jupiter and 80 light years from Earth. The celestial body is drifting without a star to orbit and is believed to be 12 million years old. "We have never before seen an ...
News Max · 10/11/2013
The allegations of corruption in the most popular sport on the planet surprised no one. For years, a shadow has hung over international soccer. Again and again, allegations have swirled around the sport's organizing body, FIFA, centering around accusations ...
Sun-Journal · 8 hours ago
With no sun to call its own, the planet, which goes by PSO J318.5-22, joins the ranks of a cadre of similarly solitary entities to be discovered in recent years. But while previous free-floating, planet-like bodies (dubbed "planetary-mass objects," or ...
Io9 · 10/11/2013
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Chicago Sun Times · 5/19/2015
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Pluto was only first discovered in 1930, and since that time has remained a mystery due to its small size and distance of 3.65 billion miles from the Sun. Pluto is the ... Pluto is no longer recognized as a planet after …
sciencetimes.com · 1 hour ago
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I have no interest in a God that has to be believed in ... Since the time of Isaac Newton, we've understood how the planets orbit the sun in our own solar system, but our galaxy and almost all the universe beyond have …
CBC · 5/21/2015
The Summer Solstice is on June 21, where the North Pole is pointed towards the sun. It's the longest day of the year ... just after sunset. Mercury will be no shirker, either, but you'll have to be quick to catch it. On June …
Beach Connection · 18 hours ago
“The Earth revolves around the sun,” proclaimed Galileo before being denounced as ... such as the stars being distant suns that could possibly foster their own planets and life forms. The Christian church in those …
PRESSENZA · 1 day ago
Let me be clear: No, it won't. It can't ... these "alignments" don't even align with the Earth! One is just two planets that appear to line up with the sun when the Earth is far off to the side, and in another they actually form a perpendicular line ...
New Scientist · 5/21/2015
Gravity has everything to do with the way stars interact with one another, and the stars in globular clusters are no ... the Sun. When the stars hit the end of their fusion-powered lives, they shrug off their outer layers to …
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