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Astronomers Find Evidence Of Two Undiscovered Planets In Our Solar System

November 16, 2014 | by Stephen Luntz

Photo credit: Lexicon viawikimedia commons. The most distant of these outer solar system objects share a trait that hints at an unknown planet. 579 more words

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Review: Star Stuff by Stephanie Roth Sisson

Star Stuff: Carl Sagan and the Mysteries of the Cosmos by Stephanie Roth Sisson

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