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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
In the last days of 2005, a team headed by astronomer Mike Brown discovered Eris, an icy body significantly larger than Pluto, orbiting the sun from waaaaay farther ... be grandfathered in to the planet pantheon.
Washington Post · 6/29/2015
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His First Law is the simplest, but in many ways is the most profound: instead of moving in circles, the planets orbit around the sun in ellipses ... we have seen suggests this is true, and there is no reason to suspect …
Alamogordo Daily News · ByAlan Hale · 7/2/2015
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Jupiter is the fifth planet from the sun. This rare conjunction will be the closest Venus and Jupiter will be until Aug. 27, 2016, according to EarthSky.org. “Planetary conjunctions have no effect on Earth or human affairs …
WOKV · 6/30/2015
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In an encyclical focused on the environment, he details how we can save the planet while helping billions of the world ... we are one single human family,” he reminds us. “There are no frontiers or barriers, political or social, behind which we ...
Westerly Sun · 6/28/2015
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Like Us on Facebook Hello Games described No Man's Sky, "Whether a distant mountain or a planet hanging low on the horizon, you can go there. You can fly seamlessly from the surface of a planet to another, and …
Gospel Herald · 6/29/2015
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We’re hitched to fossil fuels, and there’s no going back. Nor should we. As DeFries points out, by using fossil fuels, humans are simply tapping into energy beamed here from the sun millennia ago. And with billions …
Breitbart News · 7/4/2015
But here she is, the only Canadian in the FIFA Women’s World Cup Sunday. And, no, she’s not a referee. She’s Sydney Leroux, a Canadian who will dress for the U.S. Sunday in the FIFA Women’s World Cup …
Toronto Sun · 36 minutes ago
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No doubts at all? Amazing. But of course ... For example, our atmosphere wards off harmful radiation from the sun. It’s true that, when comets get close to the sun, some of their ice starts to melt and boil off. This …
From Quarks to Quasars · 1 day ago
They concluded that there could be as many as 400 billion of these wandering planets, far outnumbering main-sequence stars such as our Sun. Their work is published today in Nature 1. Study author Takahiro Sumi, an astrophysicist at Osaka University in ...
Nature · 5/20/2011
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