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Thursday: December 10, 2009

Ten ways that space travel is nothing like how it appears in television or movies.Ten ways that space travel is nothing like how it appears in television or movies.

You might get an outburst of energy during an explosion on a spacecraft and maybe even some quick flames burning up leaking oxygen, but it wouldn’t be anything near the spectacle of, say, the Death Star exploding in Star Wars.

Posted to Weekdaily filed in Space @ 9:13 AM | Tags (7) | space | travel | movies | television | reality | explosions | spacecraft |  | Discuss (0) |  | facebook | twitter | 37 Clicks | Posted by Vin


Thursday: October 29, 2009

Exploded star blast is now the most distant space object ever seen.Exploded star blast is now the most distant space object ever seen.

The star in question actually would've had to exploded about thirteen billion years ago to be visible to our telescopes. So technically, that means that this star would've exploded a long time ago in a galaxy far, far, away (golf clap).

Posted to Weekdaily filed in Space @ 7:49 AM | Tags (7) | cosmos | distant | explosion | msnbc | space | star | visible |  | Discuss (0) |  | facebook | twitter | 13 Clicks | Posted by Vin


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