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Stars throw out a lifetime's waste carbon in just 1000 years - New Scientist


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Stars throw out a lifetime's waste carbon in just 1000 years
New Scientist
When cosmic carbon leaves home, it may move in a real rush, according to the first sighting of a star spewing it into space. Ageing stars build elements like carbon in their core. These are eventually shed when stars throw off their surface layers. It ...

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Space movies: Stars shine in film (and so do actors) - USA TODAY


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Space movies: Stars shine in film (and so do actors)
USA TODAY
The idea of using outer space as a setting for movies is practically as old as the medium itself. The first space flick was a 14-minute silent drama, Le Voyage dans la Lune (A Trip to the Moon), made in 1902 by French director Georges Méliès . He used ...

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'Other Space' Is The 'Office'/'Star Trek' Hybrid You Never Knew You Wanted - Decider


Decider

'Other Space' Is The 'Office'/'Star Trek' Hybrid You Never Knew You Wanted
Decider
We'll forgive you if you were planning on writing off Yahoo's new original comedy series, Other Space. Comedy is hard enough to nail on broadcast television, and streaming platforms have only really nailed it down in a few specific stellar cases ...

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Space Glitter Telescope seeks distant stars and exoplanets - Boing Boing


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Space Glitter Telescope seeks distant stars and exoplanets
Boing Boing
This image shows laser light reflected off of a glitter mirror onto a camera sensor. Researchers tested this in a laboratory as part of the concept of "Orbiting Rainbows," a low-cost solution for space telescope mirrors. Credit: G. Swartzlander ...
Hubble Space Telescope Successor: Will Glitter Find Alien Life?Tech Times
How glitter could help find extrasolar planetsRedOrbit

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Should We Keep a Low Profile in Space? - New York Times


New York Times

Should We Keep a Low Profile in Space?
New York Times
For more than a half-century, a small group of astronomers has sought intelligent company among the stars. They've done so by turning large radio antennas skyward, hoping to eavesdrop on signals from an advanced society. It's a program known as SETI, ...

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