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NASA admits that they are working on technology for traveling faster than the speed of light. A technology associated with science fiction, we are discovering that this may not be as far fetched as we once thought and mainstream science is starting to catch up to these realities.

NASA admits that they are working on technology for traveling faster than the speed of light. A technology associated with science fiction, we are discovering that this may not be as far fetched as we once thought and mainstream science is starting to catch up to these realities.

Scientists announced in June 2013 that three planets orbiting star Gliese 667C could be habitable. This is an artist's impression of the view from one of those planets, looking toward the parent star in the center. The other two stars in the system are visible to the right.

Scientists announced in June 2013 that three planets orbiting star Gliese 667C could be habitable. This is an artist's impression of the view from one of those planets, looking toward the parent star in the center. The other two stars in the system are visible to the right.

LIRGs and hot DOGS: survey spots black holes, superluminous galaxies  An infrared telescope spots some of the Universe's most luminous galaxies.

LIRGs and hot DOGS: survey spots black holes, superluminous galaxies An infrared telescope spots some of the Universe's most luminous galaxies.

Using footage provided by NASA, Reddit user Godd2 just spent the last four days on behalf of all humankind creating a stunning interpolated HD version of the descent. In layman’s terms interpolation involves taking a choppy video, in this case NASA’s 4 frames-per-second video, and rendering the “missing” frames in between resulting in an incredibly smooth 25 frames-per-second video.

Using footage provided by NASA, Reddit user Godd2 just spent the last four days on behalf of all humankind creating a stunning interpolated HD version of the descent. In layman’s terms interpolation involves taking a choppy video, in this case NASA’s 4 frames-per-second video, and rendering the “missing” frames in between resulting in an incredibly smooth 25 frames-per-second video.

4.4 billion-year-old meteorite found in the Sahara sheds light on infant Mars

4.4 billion-year-old meteorite found in the Sahara sheds light on infant Mars

Astronomers release biggest ever threedimensional map of the Universe - Harvard Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics

Astronomers release biggest ever threedimensional map of the Universe - Harvard Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics

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