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Things We Saw Today: Stan Lee Narrates New Teaser for The Defenders

Netflix dropped a neat featurette today that shows off a bit more of The Defenders, which lands on Netflix August 18th.

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Body Vibes Sorry for Fake NASA Claims, Not Sorry for Bogus Healing Stickers in General

Stickers, heal thyselves.

Some people at NASA got wind of a company selling magical healing stickers—sorry, "smart stickers" that are "programmed" to promote healing but are actually just stickers and not magic or programmed at all—and they were less than impressed by claims that related to the space agency. The company has now apologized for that bit of fakery, but not the rest of it.

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Gwyneth Paltrow Is Hawking Magic Healing Stickers Made From Spacesuits & Yeah, NASA Would Like a Word

A NASA scientist has some thoughts on Goop's claim that these "carbon fiber" stickers made from space technology will stimulate your receptors and whatnot.

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Prepare for This Summer’s Rare Solar Eclipse Across Pretty Much the Entire United States

This summer, one of the most impressive—and frankly hard to miss—astronomical events will occur across pretty much the entire United States of America. In August 2017, a total Solar eclipse will cut a path from Oregon to South Carolina, with even those outside of the narrow path of totality getting a pretty great show up and down the whole country.

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Things We Saw Today: What Has MAVEN Discovered on Mars?

NASA's MAVEN (Mars Atmosphere and Volatile Evolution Mission) has been studying the upper atmosphere of Mars since September 2014, and NASA shared MAVEN's ten most important discoveries so far.

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Things We Saw Today: It’s A Ball Gown Made of Books!

Tor.com shared some amazing photos of a ballgown whose bodice is made from the spines of old books!

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Watching Earth From Space Is the Perfect Way to Fall Asleep

Tune into a far-away view of our big blue planet while calming music plays to soothe our ragged nocturnal souls. Was the secret to falling asleep in outer space all along?

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Things We Saw Today: Make Your Very Own Tree Trunks and Apple Pie From Adventure Time

You know you've always wanted your own super cute adorable elephant who keeps wandering into trouble. Don't even deny it.

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Peggy Whitson Breaks the Record for Most Time Spent in Space by an American

We're all kind of sick and tired of this planet... take us with you?

Astronaut Peggy Whitson has officially spent more time in outer space than any other American.

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Things We Saw Today: Berlin Syndrome Trailer a Truly Terrifying Glimpse Into What Really Scares Women

Berlin Syndrome, starring Teresa Palmer and Max Riemelt, has its first trailer out in the world today, and it looks terrifying.

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Fight For Space Documentary is a Friendly Reminder That NASA is Really Important

A new documentary titled Fight for Space examines the future of our space program while asking important questions like why we haven't been back to the moon, why we're so focused on orbiting the Earth and why haven't we been to Mars yet?

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Exclusive: Meet NASA’s Female Flight Directors in a Clip From the Upcoming Documentary, Mission Control

If the film Hidden Figures reminded us of anything, it's that it takes a village to get human beings into space. Some villagers tend to get more public recognition than others, but without each of them, nothing is going to space. Now, Gravitas Ventures has partnered with Haviland Digital to bring us the story of the unsung heroes of NASA'S mission control.

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Things We Saw Today: Auli’i Cravalho Was Almost Too Busy with Honors Biology to Audition for Moana

Collider recently shared a post-Oscars interview with Moana star Auli’i Cravalho, during which she consistently confirmed her status as a real-life Disney princess. She also revealed that she almost didn't try out for Moana, because she was in honors biology and "had no time for anything else but microbes."

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LEGO Will Officially Make the Women of NASA LEGO Set a Real Product!

With timing that couldn't be more perfect on the heels of Hidden Figures' awards season buzz, LEGO Ideas is moving forward with the proposed Women of NASA LEGO set that highlights even more real-life women in our space program!

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What Does NASA’s Twins Study Mean for the Future of Humans in Space?

From digestion to the rate we age, life in space could have surprising side effects.

You may not know who astronauts Scott Kelly and Mark Kelly are by just their names, but they may change the future of spaceflight.

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7 Earth-Size Worlds, Some Possibly Habitable, Discovered in Nearby Star System; We All Have the Same Reaction

NASA held a press event today to announce an exciting exoplanet discovery: seven roughly Earth-sized planets have been found orbiting a nearby star, with a few of them in the sweet spot for liquid water, and therefore life as we know it. So, the collective reaction of everyone across the Internet was basically, "Great! When can we sign up for the trip?"

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NASA Is Broadcasting a Live Announcement of News of a “Discovery Beyond Our Solar System” Tomorrow!

As time has gone by and new techniques for spotting planets beyond the boundaries of our solar system have advanced, the amount of such "exoplanets" that we've found has risen at a staggering pace—to the point that we've gotten kind of desensitized to it. That's what makes this new announcement from NASA so exciting; they've made an exoplanet discovery worth its own press event.

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Streisand Effect in Action: Rogue NASA Account Joins Ranks of Resistance Twitter

As the old saying goes, the revolution will not be televised. It seems, though, that the resistance may very well be tweeted.

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Jeanette J. Epps Will Make History as First African-American Astronaut to Board the International Space Station

On Wednesday, NASA announced that Jeanette J. Epps would be the first African-American astronaut to board the International Space Station as a crew member.

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Things We Saw Today: NASA Released the Best Mixtape of 2016

NASA just released a review of all the cool things they did in 2016 and their mixtape is pure fire.

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