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NASA Contest for Crash Landing on the Moon

NASA’s moon probe LADEE (Lunar Atmosphere and Dust Environment Explorer) has been studying the moon's thin atmosphere since its launch in September, 2013. This space probe will not be coming back to Earth; NASA is going to crash land it on the far side of the moon.

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Getty Images, photo by Aaron McCoy
Getty Images, photo by Aaron McCoy

Man Suspected of Hiding Drugs Subjected to Eight Anal Probes

To police officers in Deming, New Mexico, 54 year old David Eckert seemed suspicious when he was pulled over for a routine traffic stop; he failed to come to a complete stop at a stop sign. They said he was clinching his butt checks so they suspect he was hiding drugs. Let the probing begin.

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Universe is 80 Million Years Older Than Thought

How they figure this stuff out is beyond me, but scientists just found out the universe is older than they originally thought. A look at the split second after the ‘Big Bang’ shows the Universe is 80 million years older, putting at 13.81 billion years. The European Space Agency’s Planck probe took a look at the afterglow of the Big Bang and found the Universe is older, but they also found it is expanding a rate slower than they thought.

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Voyager 1 Space Craft
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Voyager 1 to Leave Our Solar System

Space, the final frontier, a line made famous in. 'Star Trek,' and the Voyager 1 unmanned spacecraft is about to go to that final frontier. The Voyage 1 was launched 35 years ago and has traveled 11 billion miles in that time and is now about to leave our solar system.

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