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NASA is Taking an Asteroid to the Moon to Play With

An estimated 600 million people from around he world, an unprecedented number, tuned in to watch Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin become the first men to walk on the moon on July 20th, 1969. 586 more words

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Relieful Sistemului Solar: Craterul Stickney

Stickney este cel mai mare crater de pe luna lui Marte, Phobos, având un diametru de 9 km, adică aproximativ jumătate din diametrul mediu al satelitului. 197 more words

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Singapore's PatSnap receives S$4.5 million funding to expand its global footprint

PatSnap — a Singapore-grown patents analytics platform provider — has received a $4.5 million (US$3.6 million) investment to fund its worldwide expansion plans.

The funding was led by Vertex Venture Holdings Ltd along with participation from existing investor Accel-X Pte Ltd, said PatSnap in a press statement. 63 more words

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NASA prepares for serious sysadmin work - reimaging Opportunity Rover out on MARS!

Admit it: whenever you apply a Patch Tuesday update that requires a restart, you suck in a great big breath just before you hit the button. 869 more words

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Gary Jones' 'Spiders'

I recently discovered a box set containing several creature features and made the mistake of placing the first one in my DVD player. The following words will be a recount of what happened and what I thought about the movie. 438 more words

Horror

Weekly Wrap-Up: Apollo Missions

While we’ve been doing a truncated version of school all summer, we went back full-time on Monday. StatsGuy and I had to start teaching that day, so it seemed appropriate to start the kids that day as well. 385 more words

Homeschooling

Ronald Ervin McNair

Ronald Ervin McNair

***In the summer of 1959 McNair refused to leave Lake City public library because he was not allowed to check out his books after the police were called and his mother were called he was allowed to borrow book from the library which is now named after him. 33 more words

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