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Garrett Harker; Eastern Standard Kitchen & Drinks and The Hawthorne, Boston: “The hot-with-butter lobster roll from Neptune Oyster is hands-down one of the most iconic dishes of Boston. The delicious combination of butter, lemon, salt and lobster stuffed into a warm and toasty roll is a year-round staple in my book. I challenge anyone not to finish it.”


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Uranus a beautiful planet indeed--7th planet from the Sun. It has the third-largest planetary radius and fourth-largest planetary mass in the Solar System. Uranus is similar in composition to Neptune...both are different chemical composition than the larger gas giants Jupiter and Saturn. For this reason, astronomers sometimes place them in a separate category called "ice giants"...


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Neptune Vasilias

Neptune...a member of Sun's team...OMG according to the Trivia Section, Neptune's hairstyle and appearance is based on BIGBANG's T.O.P.!!!! *MASS AMOUNT OF FEELS* ^.^

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Wind Corner Mass-Air/Activ-Air Combo Tub

"Wind" tub by Neptune. 36"x60" 36 gallons


New Horizons Zooms Past Neptune on 25th Anniversary of Voyager 2 25 years ago today Voyager 2 made the only close approach to Neptune, coming within 3,000 miles of the blue gas giant. At the time of the flyby, the spacecraft captured this incredible image of the planet’s southern hemisphere. Two dark spots are visible: an Earth-sized Great Dark Spot located on the far left, and Dark Spot 2 located near bottom. A bright cloud dubbed “Scooter” accompanies the Great Dark Spot. Recent ...

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SETI researchers investigate an unusual signal

SETI researchers investigate an unusual signal The hunt for alien life might have turned up something special. A Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence team using Russias RATAN-600 radio telecope (above) is investigating an unusually strong signal from a star 95 light years away in the Hercules constellation. Its far from conclusive evidence of sentient beings. However its interesting enough that team members have called for permanent monitoring of their target and have managed to get help from both the Allen Telescope Array in California as well as Panamas Boquete Optical Observatory. There are a few reasons to be optimistic: the star has roughly the same age mass and metal composition as the Sun so its not out of the question that there could be a life-supporting planet (researchers have only detected one Neptune-like planet so far). However there are plenty more reasons to be cautious as Wired points out. To begin with the signal could be be the product of noise (including from Earth) a one-off blip or even a microlensing effect by the star. The telescope covers a very wide 1GHz frequency range so its not certain whether this a narrow- or wide-band signal. If theres a civilization at all we dont know how sophisticated it is. And importantly the testing methodology is shaky: the SETI team only caught the signal once out of 39 tries (the Allen Telescope wont alert anyone until it gets a signal 12 times) and waited over a year to report what they saw. Even if its an honest-to-goodness alien broadcast theres a chance that they gave up between the initial discovery and collaboration with other teams. The main hope now is that further studies will turn up a repeat signal and give scientists something to work with. That still wont amount to a confirmation of an alien presence (it could just show that theres a naturally occurring phenomenon) but it would represent a large leap forward. Via: Observer Source: Centauri Dreams - Repost from: engadget Post - you can download ImmedTech app for android from link :