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Scientific Method Disproves Flat Earthers In 11 Images

Real planets have curves. Here we are again, Flat Earthers. How will they go about contesting this, and pulling up some sort of counterargument, out of thin air? Your guess is as good as ours, but rest assured, it'll happen. You can find the rest of the video, where these images were sourced from over here.

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22 Facts That Sound Too Absurd to Be Real

The universe is enormous and terrifying. There are too many things to know and this is only a small amount of those things. 

We're still upset about Pluto.

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The Planets Aligned for This Guy Who Bumped Into a Girl With Perfect Tattoo

And that's how a dwarf planet's made, kiddos. Seriously though, solid little tale that din't fail to make me think, maybe romance isn't dead after all. If these two didn't take their run-in to be a sign of some sorts, then their loss.

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Twitter Imagines #HowPlanetsTalkAboutEachOther and They Don't Sound Very Nice

For the record, the Sun and apparently other space denizens are fair game as part of this hashtag.

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Two More Planets May Exist Out Past Pluto in Our Solar System
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"Planet X" might actually exist — and so might "Planet Y."

At least two planets larger than Earth likely lurk in the dark depths of space far beyond Pluto, just waiting to be discovered, a new analysis of the orbits of "extreme trans-Neptunian objects" (ETNOs) suggests.

Researchers studied 13 ETNOs — frigid bodies such as the dwarf planet Sedna that cruise around the sun at great distances in elliptical paths.

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The morning sky will play host to a spectacular gathering of solar system objects grouped closely together tomorrow (Nov. 22), but it won't be easy for observers on Earth to see it.

The sun, moon, three planets and the dwarf planet Ceres will all appear within a 20-degree span of sky. (For reference, your clenched fist held up to the sky measures about 10 degrees across.) Mercury and Saturn will be just west of the sun and new moon, while Venus and Ceres will be to the east. Unfortunately, the bright sun will wash out the beautiful "conjunction," but interested observers can still use a planetarium software program like Starry Night to check out the stunning event.