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where did our sun get its hydrogen fuel
Where did our Sun get its hydrogen fuel? https://t.co/913LASAaNE
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how do we measure the temperature of the sun
How do we measure the temperature of the Sun? https://t.co/eJhVEpnj0h
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how far can a pair of binary stars get and still be a binary system
How far can a pair of binary stars get and still be a binary system? https://t.co/ql5VlyWhCx
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astronomers have found two different values for how quickly the universe is expanding but they can t both be r
Astronomers have found two different values for how quickly the universe is expanding. But they can't both be right. https://t.co/FIQHsyu0ET
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for the first time humanity has glimpsed a black hole for those who have drawn them for decades it s a big mom
For the first time, humanity has glimpsed a black hole. For those who have drawn them for decades, it's a big moment. https://t.co/zGRis9UgKJ
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hubble finds the universe is expanding 9 faster than it did in the past
Hubble finds the universe is expanding 9% faster than it did in the past. https://t.co/Bi00XUMcD2
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ancient earth might have been blanketed in a huge magma ocean when it was struck by a mar sized object called
Ancient Earth might have been blanketed in a huge magma ocean when it was struck by a Mar-sized object called Theia, which helped forge the Moon. https://t.co/ycMqKSMENS
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researchers are using the lhc to enter the ampquotdark worldampquot in search of dark matter s true nature
Researchers are using the LHC to enter the "dark world" in search of dark matter's true nature. https://t.co/N0k3gXMQMl
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the astrobees are here two cube shaped robots will aid astronauts with a variety of tasks and serve as robotic
The Astrobees are here! Two cube-shaped robots will aid astronauts with a variety of tasks and serve as robotic research stations in space. https://t.co/WoQZYWJOST
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in 2010 a japanese mission called hayabusa returned home with rock from asteroid itokawa now analysis of those
In 2010, a Japanese mission called Hayabusa returned home with rock from asteroid Itokawa. Now, analysis of those grains show water that matches Earth's. https://t.co/BRMzVMfK59

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earth reaches perihelion the closest point to the sun during its year long orbit at midnight est tonight the t
Earth reaches perihelion, the closest point to the Sun during its year-long orbit, at midnight EST tonight. The two then lie 91.4 million miles (147.1 million kilometers) apart.
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a beautiful crescent moon appears 2 to the right of a brilliant venus just 45 minutes after sunset tonight
A beautiful crescent Moon appears 2° to the right of a brilliant Venus just 45 minutes after sunset tonight.
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mars is closer to earth tonight than it will be for another 269 years the glowing red planet lies just 358 mil
Mars is closer to Earth tonight than it will be for another 269 years. The glowing Red Planet lies just 35.8 million miles from us.
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the event horizon telescope may soon release first ever black hole image
The Event Horizon Telescope may soon release first-ever black hole image:  https://t.co/mCXdEjdIUN
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astronomers have spotted the brightest quasar ever discovered in the early universe the actively feeding super
Astronomers have spotted the brightest quasar ever discovered in the early universe. The actively feeding supermassive black hole is not only as bright as 600 trillion suns, it's also located a whopping 12.8 billion light-years from Earth. https://t.co/k9DAp0syjy
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hubble captured the dying breath of a star shredding itself apart
Hubble captured the dying breath of a star shredding itself apart.
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an artificial comet holds secrets to earths life
An artificial comet holds secrets to Earths life https://t.co/0n3tZYC9Ka
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astronomers have finally confirmed the milky way is home to a 4 million solar mass black hole thanks in large
Astronomers have finally confirmed the Milky Way is home to a 4-million-solar-mass black hole, thanks in large part to a star passing by it at nearly 30% the speed of light.
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astronomers discover 2nd galaxy without dark matter ironically bolstering the case for the elusive substance
Astronomers discover 2nd galaxy without dark matter, ironically bolstering the case for the elusive substance. https://t.co/1VM2Hm7xE1
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one of the oldest stars in the universe lives in the milky way at 135 billion years old this tiny red dwarf ha
One of the oldest stars in the universe lives in the Milky Way. At 13.5 billion years old, this tiny red dwarf has existed since the universe was just 2% its current age.
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