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  1. Speaking Of Stuff That Got Cut From Guardians, Here’s a Deleted Scene of Nebula and Gamora

    Wait, WHAT.

    We were only just talking not three seconds ago about how James Gunn was foolish for removing Nebula from the Guardians of the Galaxy's final ending montage, and now we find out that he cut even more of our favorite cyborg space pirate from the film—AND Gamora was in the scene, too! They were talking! Together! About their shared past under the oppressive thumb of Thanos! WE COULD HAVE HAD IT AAAAAALL.

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  2. Here’s What Jason Momoa Would Have Looked Like As GotG‘s Drax, Plus Awesome Nebula and Gamora Concept Art

    My sun and stars!

    Plus an adorable behind-the-scenes pic of Dave Bautista and a description of a deleted scene!

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  3. Things We Saw Today: Samurai Jack Teams Up With the Doctor

    Togeher they will take on Daleku, the shape-shifting Master of Darkness.

    Man, if this Redbubble t-shirt were real and the Doctor had given Samurai Jack a lift, that whole "undoing the future that is Aku" thing would have been so much easier.

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  4. Karen Gillan Meets Her First Nebula Cosplayer, Tweets About It

    Bald excellence.

    Props to this anonymous, sartorially gifted nerd at Philadelphia Comic Con for being the first person Karen Gillan saw cosplaying as her Guardians of the Galaxy character, Nebula. My jaw would drop too, Karen. That is some damn fine makeup.

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  5. Is the Eye of God Nebula “Crying” Water? Kind Of, These Two Studies Say

    Spoiler alert: it's not because the nebula just read The Fault in Our Stars. Get it? Stars? Eh?

    This is an image--though probably not the recolored one you're familiar with that opens every episode of Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey-- of the Helix Nebula, a famous nearby planetary nebula that's located in the constellation Aquarius and looks like a giant "Eye of God" from certain angles. Oh, and also? It might help to form water in the universe. Apparently that's sort of a thing that giant dying space clouds can do sometimes.

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  6. Does This Nebula Look Like a Minecraft Creeper to You?

    Quick, somebody send an ocelot up there!

    Creepers, man. You think you're alone dutifully working on your Minecraft tribute to the USS Enterprise at night, when suddenly some green rectangular asshole sneaks up behind you and explodes you both to oblivion. Luckily this one's pretty far away from us. Like, at least a couple of light years.

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  7. Nice Knowing You: Our Favorite Images From the Herschel Space Observatory

    The Herschel Space Observatory's mission to photograph the stars is winding down, so we wanted to take the chance to remember some of the finest images Herschel captured during its three-year tour of duty. Now, yes, some of these images are color corrected and touched up to highlight the more spectacular points contained within them -- like the star forming inside a galactic bubble eight times more massive than our sun. In our view, that doesn't make them any less valuable to astronomers studying them, which is the whole point. It also makes them way better eye-candy for the rest of us to gape at, so we're just going to be thankful for it, rather than nitpicky.

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  8. Hubble Releases Cheery Holiday Snapshot of ‘Christmas Ornament’ Nebula

    It's the time of year when even the normally staid scientists at NASA get into the holiday spirit. Last year, the space agency's Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer imaged a cosmic christmas wreath for the holiday season. Not be outdone, the venerable Hubble Space Telescope is getting in on the action this year, offering up a dose of holiday cheer in the form of this image of NGC 5189, a nebula that -- if you're brimming over with holiday cheer or just squinting a little -- resembles a very merry Christmas ornament wrapped in a festive ribbon. You can take a trip through the cosmos to zoom in on the nebula just like the Hubble did in the short video below.

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