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01 Apr 2019 06:23

I hope I didn't break any April Fools rules lol but yeah I wanted to make sure everybody woke up to a fascinating news story before they realized they've been fooled, or were on their toes after getting fooled by other things. :)

I LOVE the artist rendition of the exoplanet.
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02 Apr 2019 23:37

Gnargenox wrote:
Source of the post I LOVE the artist rendition of the exoplanet.

Yes, Western N. America IS a giant wasteland. I can confirm that :P.
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06 Apr 2019 13:13

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06 Apr 2019 15:27

midtskogen wrote:
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Hahaha! Only astronomers and astrophysicists will get it 8-).
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06 Apr 2019 15:52

Turning your head that quickly must cause the worst whiplash.
 
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06 Apr 2019 15:54

Stellarator wrote:
Source of the post Only astronomers and astrophysicists will get it

I am neither one nor the other, but I understood it anyway! :|
(Actually, anyone who uses a program like SpaceEngine should understand it.)
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07 Apr 2019 02:31

Haha, that is awesome.
 
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14 Apr 2019 11:20

Playing with a geiger-muller counter in an airplane. It was under 0.1 at the ground.
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14 Apr 2019 13:21

Counting 47 microsieverts a day keeps the plane ennui at bay :lol:.
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16 Apr 2019 17:35

midtskogen wrote:
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i get it
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21 Apr 2019 23:27

I wonder what are the duties of bots in addition to indexing pages?)

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