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“We do not do science in a vacuum, completely ignoring all the other pieces of evidence that our scientific…

“We do not do science in a vacuum, completely ignoring all the other pieces of evidence that our scientific…

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        Saturn's North Polar Hexagon

Saturn’s North Polar Hexagon

Saturn’s North Polar Hexagon

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A ‘super telescope’ has captured an astounding image of the massive black hole at the centre of our galaxy -…

A ‘super telescope’ has captured an astounding image of the massive black hole at the centre of our galaxy -…

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I like this quote especially:

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Whoa, like, Jupiter is DEEP. Really, really deep.

Whoa, like, Jupiter is DEEP. Really, really deep.

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Ask Ethan: Could Dark Matter Not Be A Particle, At All?

Ask Ethan: Could Dark Matter Not Be A Particle, At All?

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Scientists crack 70-year-old mystery of how magnetic waves heat the sun

Scientists crack 70-year-old mystery of how magnetic waves heat the sun

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        Juno is continuing to pump out some unbelievably-cool views of Jupiter, like these two images captured during the...

Juno is continuing to pump out some unbelievably-cool views of Jupiter, like these two images captured during the…

Juno is continuing to pump out some unbelievably-cool views of Jupiter, like these two images captured during the…

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        The Tarantula Nebula is more than a thousand light-years in diameter, a giant star forming region within nearby...

The Tarantula Nebula is more than a thousand light-years in diameter, a giant star forming region within nearby…

The Tarantula Nebula is more than a thousand light-years in diameter, a giant star forming region within nearby…

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Gravitational astronomy is taking some huge leaps forward with Advanced LIGO!

Gravitational astronomy is taking some huge leaps forward with Advanced LIGO!

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