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Two new free-floating planet candidates from microlensingarxiv.org
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Oumuamua is the only interstellar object we’ve ever seen in our solar system. What is it? www.vox.com
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Magnetic Fields May Be the Key to Black Hole Activity www.nasa.gov
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Are Black Holes Actually Dark Energy Stars?nautil.us
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Potential downtime (2018-10-17 10:00 UTC)
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Hayabusa 2 rovers send new images from Ryugu surface www.bbc.com
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Ask Ethan: When Were Dark Matter And Dark Energy Created? medium.com
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Molecular gas and star formation in an absorption-selected galaxy arxiv.org
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How NASA plans to use lunar dust to build structures on the Moon 9 www.theverge.com
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Satellite uses giant net to practice capturing space junk www.theverge.com
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Illuminating First Light Data from Parker Solar Probe blogs.nasa.gov
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The exoplanet that could be Spock’s home world www.nature.com
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Don't Let Go Canada dontletgocanada.ca
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Gravitational Waves Show No Evidence of Extra Dimensions motherboard.vice.com
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The Elasticity of Nuclear Pastaarxiv.org
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There Was No Big Bang Singularity medium.com
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Hubble Uncovers Never-Before-Seen Features Around a Neutron Star www.nasa.gov
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The Closest Exoplanet to Earth Could Be 'Highly Habitable' www.space.com
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NASA’s TESS Shares First Science Image in Hunt to Find New Worlds www.nasa.gov
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If The Universe Is 13.8 Billion Years Old, How Can We See 46 Billion Light Years Away? medium.com
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