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  1. San Diego Comic-Con 2014: While You Were Sleeping, Part 2

    Nesting dolls! They made nesting dolls!

    Good morning, nerds! As those of us who live east of the Rockies slept, Comic-Con raged on. We'll be continuing our coverage throughout the day, but first, we've assembled a few overnight highlights for your bleary eyes. To wit: Orphan Black fans are great! Teen Wolf is coming back! The Avengers taught George R.R. Martin how to kill! And...wait, what's that about an Evil Dead TV series?

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  2. The Mary Sue’s 25 Must-See Panels At San Diego Comic-Con 2014

    Here's our staff recommendations for the must-see panels at Comic-Con 2014.

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  3. Ken Ham Wants to Defund NASA Because All Aliens Don’t Go to Heaven (None of Them Do)

    "Damn you. Damn you all to Hell!" —Ken Ham to Aliens.

    Pack it up, NASA. Even if we find intelligent life out there in the universe, it can't be converted to Christianity, so you know, why even bother? What else could it possibly do for us? At least, that's what Ken Ham thinks, because the Bible, or something. Also maybe don't bother looking for intelligent life at Ken Ham's house.

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  4. 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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  5. It’s The 45th Anniversary Of The Moon Landing, And The Internet Is Celebrating

    We come in peace for all nerdkind.

    I've never known our moon without footprints on it, but my mom speaks reverently about watching the Eagle touch down. It was the day after she turned nine years old, and her father -- my grandfather -- had worked on orbital mechanics for the Apollo program. This day fills me with pride for both my family and my species. When we put our minds to it, we are capable of achieving wondrous things.

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  6. NASA Shows Off New Rover That Could Let Astronauts Cruise Around Mars

    One giant leap for rover kind?

    Getting humans to Mars is a goal NASA and other organizations hope to achieve in the near future, but what will we do when we get there? Why not drive around a bit? NASA has just the vehicle for the job with its omni-drive rover. It even has suit-ports so astronauts can hop out and check things out up close. I guess my only question is, hey NASA, can I borrow your car?

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  7. Members of Congress Pushing to Look for Life on Europa to Help Life on Earth

    Despite warnings to attempt no landing there.

    Europa is one of the strongest possibilities for finding alien life within our solar system, so it's no surprise that NASA would want to explore it. The good news is that some members of congress think such a mission could benefit us Earthlings economically, which is good for its standing amid budget cuts.

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  8. NASA’s Liz Suckow Is “Live Tweeting” the 1969 Apollo 11 Moon Mission, and It’s the Best

    NASA apparently also has time travel capability?

    Yesterday was the 45th anniversary of the Apollo 11 launch that sent Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin, and Michael Collins to the Moon. That mission was one of the greatest achievements in human history, and you can experience it in "real" time thanks to NASA Archivist Liz Suckow. She's "live tweeting" the entire mission.

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  9. Watch Live as NASA Scientists and Experts Discuss Life Beyond Earth at 2PM ET

    "Yes, I was wondering how soon before Mac and Me is real?" -- #AskNASA

    Today at 2:00PM ET leading scientists and engineers from NASA and elsewhere will discuss the possibility of life beyond Earth and what the agency is doing to search for planets that might host it. You can watch live right here when the event begins, and you can submit questions on social media using the hashtag #AskNASA.

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  10. How to Watch Sunday’s NASA/Orbital Sciences Antares Rocket Launch (If It Happens)

    Assuming you don't have plans to drive to Virginia.

    Sunday is the latest in a series of scheduled and rescheduled launch dates for Orbital Science's Antares rocket and Cygnus capsule mission to send supplies to the International Space Station. The launch keeps being pushed back because of weather, and the current launch time is 12:52PM ET. Here's how to watch.

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