A Moon Potion for Truth

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A lunar potion used to reveal the truth.


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Star Trek Sooner Than Thought Possible

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Even if the implementation of these ideas is some way off yet, there is now a door open to a different kind of exploration, and the prospects for future generations are tantalising indeed.


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Secret Spacecraft

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This miniature spacecraft that looks for all the world like a baby brother to the iconic shuttle has been in orbit for over a year, but why?


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Wheat Weaving: Love Knot

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A love knot is one of the easiest designs to weave and is a good one to start with if you’ve never woven with wheat before.


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Wheat Weaving: Getting Started Basics

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In order to weave with wheat, there are a few basics things that will be required for any weaving you choose to do. This tutorial shows those basics.


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Will Russia’s New Toxic Space Probe Harm Humans?

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A closer look at phobos-grunt, a russian space probe which malfunctioned and is predicted to fall back to earth. However, the craft is extremely toxic.


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Nasa Says Mars Mountain Will Read Like “a Great Novel”

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A Mountain on Mars is due to be explored by the space agency’s unmanned Curiosity rover, in an attempt to reveal if signs of life ever existed on the red planet, and should read like a great novel, according to NASA.


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An Amazing Missions to Venus: Probing The Inferno of The Hothouse Planet

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The radar mapping of Venus by the orbiting Pioneer revealed surface details of areas as small as 60 miles. Because of the extreme temperatures, there is no surface water on Venus. The planet is very smooth, much of it covered by a flat rolling plain; only about 10 percent of the area consists of highlands. The largest upland region is Ishtar Terra, about the same size as Australia. At Ishtar’s eastern end are the Maxwell Montes, the highest mountains on Venus; they rise some seven miles above the surface, higher than Mount Everest.


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