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Saturday, 1 September 2012

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Don't snicker.. it's true!

Washington - Dr. P. Knut of the International Space Station has discovered a star in the Milky Way surrounded by sugar. The sugar was detected using sensitive instruments that can tell the molecular structure and composition of tiny hunks of sugar light years away.

No, this is not the Milky Way candy bar we are speaking of. Dr. P Knut was also able to discern that the sugar was being vaporized from giant marshmallows being held near the start by an unseen force. The marshmallows seemed to be mostly white with brown tinges.

"They are almost done", speculated Dr. Knut.

In another part of the Milky Way, Dr . Knut has also discovered aspartame. This part of the galaxy is more thinly populated.

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