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Funny story:  Humans To Go To Other Earth-Like Planets

Humans To Go To Other Earth-Like Planets

NASA's Kepler spacecraft has discovered 715 more planets in the Milky Way that could be a suitable to sustain human life. Since the first such discovery, in 1995, this brings the total to about 1,700. "This is very good news indeed," said Biology...
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Funny story:  Pluto Orbit Changes! What Will Happen?

Pluto Orbit Changes! What Will Happen?

Scientists, among them John Holdren and Harold Keene, announced today that they now believe that the former planet Pluto is changing orbit. "We didn't want to panic anyone and we could have been wrong but the planet or former planet, Pluto is slig...
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Funny story:  Stephen Hawking: Of Course Earth Has Visitors From Other Planets

Stephen Hawking: Of Course Earth Has Visitors From Other Planets

Much to most people's surprise, Stephen Hawking has assured other scientists some time ago that what we call aliens have often visited the earth. With his mechanical voice and appearance, Stephen Hawking almost appears as an alien himself. However...
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Funny story:  Scientists Warn That Jupiter and Mars Are Getting Closer To Each Other

Scientists Warn That Jupiter and Mars Are Getting Closer To Each Other

HOUSTON - NASA is reporting that two of the world's most prominent scientists Dr. Heinrich Von Heinrich and Dr. Currington S. Clexweiser have warned about a planetary situation involving Mars and Jupiter. Dr. Von Heinrich said that he and Dr. Clex...
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Funny story:  After Indian Mars Probe, now Canada Launches Venus Rover

After Indian Mars Probe, now Canada Launches Venus Rover

Canada has launched a Venus Rover from Cape Mountie closely following space projects by China and India. The Rover, while being very small, about the size of Ken and Barby's car is set to bounce down through the opaque atmosphere of Venus in eigh...
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Funny story:  Jupiter To Be Renamed Back To Its Original Spelling - Joopiter

Jupiter To Be Renamed Back To Its Original Spelling - Joopiter

HOUSTON - Scientists are planning on changing the name of the planet Jupiter back to its original spelling which was Joopiter. A spokesperson for the Solar System Coalition stated that when Jupiter was first discovered it was given the name Joopit...
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Funny story:  Israel Kicks Off Palestinian Space Program

Israel Kicks Off Palestinian Space Program

An Exodus rocket launched three Israeli astronauts and 100 Palestinian refugees into orbit Wednesday, kicking off a ten-year mission to establish a permanent human colony on the surface of Mars. The rocket roared into mostly clear skies from the G...
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Funny story:  Space Loft Extension Approved By Local Government

Space Loft Extension Approved By Local Government

Space is to receive a 400 million acre extension, with stunning sea views and an en-suite bathroom facility. Several planets and a plethora of stars will also be included. Local government officials initially rejected the plans, stating that the e...
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Funny story:  Innovative astronomer tries to "sneak up" on Saturn

Innovative astronomer tries to "sneak up" on Saturn

Amateur astronomer Nils Snowberry explained how he has been trying to observe the ringed planet "when it wasn't aware he was looking." Snowberry said he could swear that the ring structure shifts in angle when he takes too long to set up his te...
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Funny story:  Pluto...a planet again?

Pluto...a planet again?

Two years after being demoted to the status of "interesting asteroid" Pluto may regain the title of planet after a fourth moon was found orbiting the distant object. Pluto was not spotted until 1921, and was thought to be planet sized due to it's...
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Funny story:  Neptune To Be Renamed Pluto, Scientists Say

Neptune To Be Renamed Pluto, Scientists Say

PRAGUE-On August 24th, 2006, yet another piece of our embarrassingly fragile childhood was destroyed. At a meeting of the International Astronomical Union (IAU) in Prague, a clear majority of astronomers voted for a definition of the term "planet" th...
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Funny story:  NASA Finds Earth Sized Planets in Newt Gingrich's Head

NASA Finds Earth Sized Planets in Newt Gingrich's Head

Following earlier press releases about the identification of additional Earth sized planets in our galaxy, NASA has followed up with an additional study identifying similar sized planets orbiting within the confines of Newt Gingrich's skull. "We w...
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Funny story:  The Beginner's Guide Part 1: Ten Things To Know About Space

The Beginner's Guide Part 1: Ten Things To Know About Space

In the first of our handy beginner's guides, we delve in to the mysterious, and often mind-jangling field of space! What is it? Where did it come from? Who, or what is in it? All these things, and a few more, will be answered in our easily printable guide. For the full on novice, or the more studied amateur, this top ten fact-file will impress and delight, enabling you to talk knowledgeab...
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Funny story:  New planet is speck of Keppler dust

New planet is speck of Keppler dust

A new planet discovered by the Keppler telescope has turned out to be no bigger than a speck of dust, say scientists at the world famous Keppler Nerdshed. "We were excited by the discovery of a planet orbiting two stars," said Professor Devlin Som...
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Funny story:  Swarm Of 500 Planets To Enter Solar System

Swarm Of 500 Planets To Enter Solar System

Houston, TX-- The earth is about to get a lot of new neighbors, beginning today. At least 500 interstellar planets will enter our Solar System, and stay around for the next ten years. There is little danger of any planetary collision with the new a...
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Funny story:  The Celestial Thermostat Setting For Carnage

The Celestial Thermostat Setting For Carnage

A distant planet that orbits a red dwarf star has revealed evidence so startling it has resulted in fashion and television personality Gok Wan and R 'n' B singer Chris Brown being hauled off to an underground prison. Government officials from both Br...
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Funny story:  Planet X To Smash Into North Atlantic Ocean

Planet X To Smash Into North Atlantic Ocean

Houston, TX - The head of NASA telephoned President Obama this morning with some very unhappy news. Planet X is expected to slam into the Atlantic Ocean in just a handful of weeks. President Obama was seen weeping in the Oval Office, and cancelled a...
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Funny story:  Kepler Mission Discovers Five Gay Planets

Kepler Mission Discovers Five Gay Planets

Houston, TX - NASA is reporting today that the Kepler Mission has spotted five gay planets rotating around a distant sun. NASA says the five gay planets are 'poofy' and orbit their sun in a kind of 'circle jerk'. Another, heavier planet was discove...
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