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Giant spider web stretches 1000 feet across lagoon: They're having 'a party' - Fox News

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Giant spider web stretches 1000 feet across lagoon: They're having 'a party'
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A lagoon in western Greece is starting to look more like an abandoned home's basement than a picturesque shoreline. The greenery surrounding the lagoon in Aitoliko is buried in thick, sticky cobwebs. The webs are filled with Tetragnatha spiders ...
1000-Foot-Long Spider Web Is Just a Summer Orgy, Expert SaysLive Science
Massive 1000ft spider web appeared overnight in GreeceSlashGear
Spiders Have Exploded Over This Greek Town, Coating Everything in a 1000-Foot WebScienceAlert
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Super cheap earth element to advance new battery tech to the industry - Phys.Org

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Super cheap earth element to advance new battery tech to the industry
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Most of today's batteries are made up of rare lithium mined from the mountains of South America. If the world depletes this source, then battery production could stagnate. Sodium is a very cheap and earth-abundant alternative to using lithium-ion ...

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Astronomers just discovered Spock's home planet, Vulcan - NBCNews.com

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Astronomers just discovered Spock's home planet, Vulcan
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No one is saying that any pointy-eared aliens live there, but astronomers have discovered an exoplanet orbiting 40 Eridani A, a star known to "Star Trek" fans as the host star of Spock's home planet, Vulcan. The newfound exoplanet is 16 light-years ...
Life imitates art? Astronomers find Star Trek planet VulcanEarthSky
Scientists Find Real-Life Version Of 'Star Trek' Planet VulcanTech Times
Real Planet Discovered Where Vulcan Home World in “Star Trek” Is SetSmithsonian
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The Strongest Material in the Universe Could Be (Nuclear) Pasta - Live Science

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The Strongest Material in the Universe Could Be (Nuclear) Pasta
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How to cook "nuclear pasta" in three easy steps: 1. Boil one large, dying star until it goes supernova and explodes. (This could take a billion years, so be patient.) 2. Vigorously stir any leftover protons and electrons inside the star's shriveled ...
Holy macaroni! After months of number-crunching, behold the strongest material in the universe: Nuclear pastaThe Register
Nuclear Pasta: Strongest Material in Universe Discovered in Neutron Star CrustNewsweek
A New Study Claims the Strongest Material in the Universe May Be 'Nuclear Pasta'Outer Places
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SpaceX's New BFR Spaceship Really Does Look Like Tintin's Moon Rocket - Space.com

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SpaceX's New BFR Spaceship Really Does Look Like Tintin's Moon Rocket
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Elon Musk's love of fantasy and science fiction is on full display in SpaceX's latest spaceship redesign. On Monday night (Sept. 17), the SpaceX founder and CEO unveiled the latest iteration of the BFR rocket-spaceship duo, which the company is ...
SpaceX flight is bringing creative minds to spaceWashington Post
Why the SpaceX Lunar Tourists Won't Walk on the MoonLive Science
Elon Musk Is Sending a Japanese Billionaire to the Moon, and He's Taking a Group of Artists With HimSmithsonian
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NASA's Curiosity Rover on Mars Sidelined by Glitch - Space.com

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NASA's Curiosity Rover on Mars Sidelined by Glitch
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NASA's Curiosity Mars rover has temporarily halted science operations because of a glitch, mission team members announced today (Sept. 19). The mysterious issue, which cropped up Saturday night (Sept. 15), prevents the rover from beaming to Earth much ...
NASA's Beloved Mars Rovers Are Having a Rough YearThe Atlantic
NASA's Mars rover is having trouble sending data backCNET
Beijing aims to land a rover on Mars in three yearsThe Times

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