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TOPIC: Life_Beyond_Thunderdome
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Last year at about this time, unless you worked for NASA or were following the last space exploration by an Apollo crew, it could be stated that as much as you knew, there was one planet that could support life. This one. Planet Ocean and Earth.

In the last nine months scientists have discovered approximately 148 inhabitable planets in the near universe. By near they mean several galaxies and hundreds of light-years away.

It seems unlikely that even Sir Richard Branson will offer one-month excursions to the Andromeda Galaxy.

This theory may be important to the 'life after death' spiritual concept.

The SciFi Channel progamming offers a variety of interpretations of star travel tales. Do comet trails carry messages of sex tails in space?

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Something unexpected appeared in one of my Facebook feeds. It is an interview with an astrotheologian from Arizona. Never did I expect that a mission of El Camino Real would wind its way to the mountainous terrain of Arizona.

Dr. Guy Consolmagno divides his time between Tucson, Arizona, where he observes asteroids and Kuiper Belt comets with the Vatican's 1.8 meter telescope on Mt. Graham, and Castel Gandolfo, Italy, home of the Vatican meteorites. The Vatican Observatory established a research branch in Arizona in 1981 when the growing population of Rome made the sky too bright for astronomical observations.

In his teaching, secrets are yet to be revealed, which hopefully includes life beyond this thunderdome.

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The 'Goldilocks' Star Story

A team of planet hunters led by astronomers at the University of California (UC), Santa Cruz and the Carnegie Institution of Washington has announced the discovery of a planet orbiting a nearby star, Gliese 581, at a distance that places it squarely in the middle of the star's "habitable zone." This would be the most Earth-like exoplanet and the first truly habitable one yet discovered. The research was supported by grants from NASA and the National Science Foundation. "Goldilocks" refers to an exoplanet whose temperatures are "not too cold, not too hot, but just right" to maintain water and support Earth-like life.

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Last year at about this time, unless you worked for NASA or were following the last space exploration by an Apollo crew, it could be stated that as much as you knew, there was one planet that could support life. This one. Planet Ocean and Earth.

In the last nine months scientists have discovered approximately 148 inhabitable planets in the near universe. By near they mean several galaxies and hundreds of light-years away.

It seems unlikely that even Sir Richard Branson will offer one-month excursions to the Andromeda Galaxy.

This theory may be important to the 'life after death' spiritual concept.

The SciFi Channel progamming offers a variety of interpretations of star travel tales. Do comet trails carry messages of sex tails in space?

Treasure Is FL
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