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How you and the world have changed since you were born -- Our planet has been around for 4.5 billion years. But how has it changed in your lifetime?

Your life on earth

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Exoplanet Has Winds That Blow at the Speed of Sound -- WASP-43b wouldn't be a great place to live Read more: www.smithsonianma... Give the gift of Smithsonian magazine for only $12! bit.ly/1cGUiGv Follow us: @SmithsonianMag on Twitter

History, Travel, Arts, Science, People, Places | Smithsonian

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NASA’s Latest Space Drive Breaks The Laws Of Physics

NASA’s Latest Space Drive Breaks The Laws Of Physics

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Hubble Finds Worlds Beyond Pluto (and Looks for More) - NBC News

Hubble Finds Worlds Beyond Pluto (and Looks for More) - NBC News

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How much of the moon can we see from Earth? | EarthSky.org -- Simulated views of the Moon over one month, demonstrating librations in latitude and longitude. Image credit: Tomruen

How much of the moon can we see from Earth? | EarthSky.org

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The Most Influential Figures On Wikipedia Are White, Western Males | Co.Exist | ideas + impact

Photos: Ancient Pterosaur Eggs & Fossils Uncovered in China

Photos: Ancient Pterosaur Eggs & Fossils Uncovered in China

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Far out: A giant exoplanet where none has been seen before -- Finding a planet ten times the mass of Jupiter orbiting 40 times further out than Pluto was in some ways unexpected. Read more at: phys.org/...

Far out: A giant exoplanet where none has been seen before

phys.org

NASA turns 36,422 selfies into image of Earth [PHOTO/VIDEO]

NASA turns 36,422 selfies into image of Earth [VIDEO]

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Dinosaurs Just Got A Bit (7 Tonnes) Bigger -- The largest animal ever to walk the land has been discovered in Argentina.

Dinosaurs Just Got A Bit (7 Tonnes) Bigger

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Our Sun's Long Lost Stellar 'Sister' Found : Discovery News -- ...a star that “almost certainly” formed from the same cloud of gas and dust that produced the sun.

Our Sun's Long Lost Stellar 'Sister' Found : DNews

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