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Space

  1. Why Did Russia Only Send Female Dogs to Space?

    It's all about pee.

    *Insert Bitch Planet joke here.*

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  2. The Universe Liked This Super Saturn So Much It Put Literally Every Ring On It

    I'm not even sorry for using that old joke.

    planetary-ringsAstronomers at the University of Rochester have discovered a planet that puts our ringed giant to shame.

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  3. Bill Nye Explains How His New Spacecraft Will Literally Sail the Solar System on Beams of Light

    As opposed to our recurring dreams, where he sails on rainbows.

    The Planetary Society's LightSail spacecraft are tiny satellites that need nothing but light from the sun to accelerate and sail through space. They'll get their first test flight in May of this year, so let Bill Nye explain how the amazing civilian-created spacecraft functions.

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  4. Beautiful Space Dresses Are the Star of Valentino’s Pre-Fall 2015 Collection

    Looks like the science dress revolution is happening (about time!). I know I would have to sell my own house in order to afford one of these, but just looking at these outfits from Valentino's Pre-Fall 2015 collection is setting my space princess heart aflutter. The boots! The gowns! The capes! If I had an awards show to go to, I know what I'd be wearing.

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  5. This Damn Snow Storm Is Ruining Your View of a Huge Asteroid Passing by Right Now

    Down in front!

    A "mountain-size" asteroid is passing by the Earth right now, and we'd all be able to see it if the snow weren't ruining our lives.

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  6. NASA’s Stunning New Space Images Celebrate the “International Year of Light”: 2015

    Not to be confused with 200X, the year of Dr. Light.

    The United Nations has named 2015 the International Year of Light, which includes light-based technologies—even ones that see things that humans can't. So, NASA has released some amazing new image composites of objects in space for all of us to ogle.

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  7. Kids, Curiosity Rover Wants You to Do Your Homework So You Can Join It on Mars

    It's just lonely up there, OK?

    Did you do your homework today? Well Curiosity loves you for it, you wonderful nerd, because it could use some company. Have fun laughing at all those slackers from Mars.

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  8. New SpaceShipTwo Almost Completed After the Crash of Virgin Galactic’s First One

    So... SpaceShipTwoTwo?

    Virgin Galactic's SpaceShipTwo suborbital spaceplane crashed during its fourth powered flight test last year, but they're still in the space tourism game, and a second SpaceShipTwo is nearing completion.

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  9. See What a Dwarf Planet Looks Like Spinning Through the Asteroid Belt in a NASA Dawn Mission GIF

    So a lot like Pluto, right? Shots fired!

    The dwarf planet Ceres is the largest object in our solar system's asteroid belt—in between Mars and Jupiter—at about 2,850,000 square kilometers of surface area. NASA's Dawn mission is approaching Ceres for a rendezvous in the coming months, and it's now close enough to give us a close up look at the object.

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  10. Curiosity Rover Preparing to Snort Mars Crystals Before Undergoing Major Software Update; Is Total Badass

    Rock and rove.

    Look out, Martians! Crystal-guzzling robot in the house!

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