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  1. Beautiful Photos of the Bacteria Found on Toilet Seats, iPhones, and Inside a Butthole

    Sorry, space porn, you've been replaced.

    Although Marcus DeSieno told Wired that growing up he "was absolutely terrified of germs," you wouldn't know it from the photographer's most recent series, Cosmos.

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  2. Hubble Space Telescope Celebrates 25th Anniversary By Updating Iconic “Pillars of Creation” Image

    I think I can see Thanos!

    Ultimate Space Porn Reboot!

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  3. Hubble Program Admits Double Standard, Journalists Concerned About Female Cosmonaut’s Hair

    One small step for man, two giant leaps back. One small step, two leaps back.

    In space, no one can hear your bias, but on Earth you better check your privilege.

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  4. NASA Telescopes Discover Water on Distant Planet, the Search for Alien Life Continues!

    Now they just need to look for earth, fire, wind, and heart.

    Researchers using several NASA telescopes have detected water in the atmosphere of a distant exoplanet. It's the smallest exoplanet which has had atmospheric elements identified, which is an important step in the search for worlds outside our solar system that may support life.

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  5. Supermassive Black Hole Found In Tiniest Galaxy Yet

    Black holes and revelations.

    Supermassive black holes are known for hanging around the centers of large galaxies and keeping us all in orbit, but a new find suggests they might be at the center of much smaller galaxies, as well, which raises questions about how they got there. A tiny nearby galaxy appears to host one of these massive black holes, which means we could find a lot more of them out there.

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  6. Lots of Amazing Space Images Aren’t “Real,” but Maybe That’s OK

    Like regular porn, spaceporn can be misleading.

    Hey there! Pull up a chair—we need to have a talk. It's about all those pictures in your browser history. We know what you've been looking at, and there's nothing wrong with it, but we wanted to talk to you about how realistic it is and make sure you understand it's not entirely accurate. Yes. We're talking about your spaceporn.

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  7. This Hubble Space Telescope Set Could Join LEGO’s Rapidly Expanding Universe

    Insights into space and time not included.

    This CUSOO LEGO Hubble Space Telescope design already has over 5,000 supporters, but considering the scientific achievements that a set like this would commemorate, I suspect that number might increase. Although good luck getting the Ultra Deep Field to work properly--it's hard to make awesome space porn when you're stuck on Earth.

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  8. Listen To Optimus Prime Talk About Hubble’s Successor

    James Webb Space Telescope, roll out!

    Do you love Transformers and also space? Then you might want to watch this new video from NASA featuring Peter Cullen (Optimus Prime himself), describing how Hubble's successor, the James Webb Space Telescope, will be 'transformed' into a working telescope a million miles away.

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  9. You Can Paint With All The Colors of The Universe In This Stunning Hubble Image

    It might be time for a Pocohontas in Space movie.

    Space is full of infinite blackness, but only if you're looking at it with your dumb limited human eyeballs. If you pan back and throw some ultraviolet light on everything, you can see a whole panorama of gorgeous colors. Good thing we have the Hubble Ultra Deep Field for just such a situation!

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  10. Nasa Releases New Hubble Space Telescope Images of A Star Being Violently Born

    I sure hope the universe got an epidural.

    Man, human babies have it easy. All they have to endure is the trauma of being forced out of a uterus. You know what stars have to deal with when they're being born? Massive amounts of nebula cloud gas being violently twisted by radiation and coalescing into exploding balls of fire. At least they're pretty, though, right?

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