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No Man's Sky - IGN say June 21st release?


IGN say June 21st release?

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Study: Suspects shocked by Taser “more likely” to waive Miranda Rights

17,000 US police departments stunned more than 2 million people in the past decade. The study, questions whether suspects who were just shocked have the mental capacity to validly waive their Miranda rights and submit to police questioning. 18 more words

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Earth Is Actually TWO Planets, Study Finds

The giant impact hypothesis — the popular belief that a “planetary embryo” called Theia collided with Earth some 4.5 billion years ago, leading to the formation of our planet’s moon — has been around for a while. 174 more words

Luxembourg plans to pioneer asteroid mining

Mineral extraction in space may soon be a reality, as Luxembourg announces plans to pioneer mining asteroids in space for precious metals.

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Astronaut Edgar Mitchell, sixth man to walk on moon, dies aged 85

Astronaut Edgar Mitchell, the sixth man to walk on the moon, has died at the age of 85.

On his only space flight, Mitchell joined Apollo 14 commander Alan Shephard Jr, the first American in space, in the lunar module Antares when it landed on 5 Feb 5 1971.  186 more words

Massive Stars in NGC 6357

Explanation: Massive stars lie within NGC 6357, an expansive emission nebula complex some 6,500 light-years away toward the tail of the constellation Scorpius.

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Massive Stars in NGC 6357

Massive stars lie within NGC 6357, an expansive emission nebula complex some 6,500 light-years away toward the tail of the constellation Scorpius. In fact, positioned near center in this ground-based close-up of NGC 6357, star cluster Pismis 24 includes some of the most massive stars known in the galaxy, stars with nearly 100 times the mass of the Sun. 114 more words

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