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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
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 · 4 hours ago
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planets. Observations of young stars that are still surrounded by their gas disks demonstrate that those similar in size to our own Sun often undergo periodic explosive bursts, about 100 years in duration, during which …
Science Blog · 6/26/2015
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Gospel Herald · 6/29/2015
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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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No, there aren’t cows on Pluto, but there are frozen methane deposits on its surface. In 1976, Earth-based astronomers first observed methane on the dwarf planet, and now we have ... of ultraviolet light from the Sun— …
Ars Technica · 1 hour ago
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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 · 1 day ago
Time and tide wait for no man, the saying goes. But at midnight GMT on Tuesday clocks will pause momentarily as the entire planet gains a bonus second ... meaning that about 800 years from now the sun would be at …
theguardian.com · 6/30/2015
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He also apologized to customers on behalf of the company and said there were no consumer complaints filed. Planet Hyundai officials could not immediately be reached for comment Monday. There are no penalties imposed for either company, but a …
Merced Sun-Star · 6/29/2015
For an incredible eight days, these planets are within two degrees of each other ... It takes 224.7 Earth days to orbit the sun. It has no natural satellites. A day on Venus takes over 116 of our days. Jupiter is primarily a dense ball of gas and is ...
La Junta Tribune-Democrat · 7/1/2015