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Anonymous Anonymous · 2d

What is an alien's favorite candy?
Space bar.

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Anonymous Anonymous · 3d

Cerium was named after Ceres, a dwarf planet in our solar system and Tellurium was named after Earth.

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Dexzernq79 · 3d

ok thx

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Anonymous Anonymous · 3d

Some of the elements on the Periodic Table were named after planets, such as Neptunium,Plutonium, Uranium, Cerium,Tellurium, and Mercury.

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Dexzernq79 · 3d

What are Cerium and Tellurium named after?

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MY COMPUTER CAN'T HANDLE THE RENDERING!

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Anonymous Anonymous · 18d

I WANT SATURN TO FUCK ME IN THE ASS BADLY

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NapsterGastly · 15d

too bad it's way too big to fit in Uranus

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Hippo75300 · 18d

Saturn is, literally speaking, too big to fit in Uranus

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Anonymous Anonymous · 19d

how do people know it rains diamonds on Jupiter and saturn????

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TF4Ever · 16d

DON'T QUESTION SCIENCE

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Cyborgaming · 19d

they scan the atmosphere

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Noump Noump · 28d

There is a planet called TrES-2b, that reflects only about %1 of light that hits it. It's called "The Blackest Planet" because it is darker than coal or any other planet and moon we have ever seen.

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Due to the laws of physics, a donut shaped planet could exist.

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Keela · 28d

Anything could exist; we just haven't found it yet.

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A_BASTION_MAIN · 28d

Fair point

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NapsterGastly · 15d

SIGN ME UP IT THE PLANET SUPPORTS LIFE!

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Anonymous Anonymous · 1mo

Aliens may exist... but they may be like little single cell organisms.

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space is big

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Mr_Awesome_Riley · 1mo

You don't say?

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CrystalMajestica · 1mo

Space is _____ light-years long.

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Keela Keela · 1mo

It takes 8 minutes for the suns light to reach Earth, so we see the sun in it's past.

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Cyborgaming · 1mo

and every single star is seen in the past. Most of them died.

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Calbel · 1mo

pretty cool

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Anonymous Anonymous · 2mo

A gamma ray burst could literally kill all life on earth right now, and we would never know because they travel at the speed of light

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CrystalMajestica · 2mo

That's scary to think about.

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TF4Ever TF4Ever · 2mo · Edited

Solar System in a nutshell:
Sun: Essential for Earth, gives you cancer
Mercury: Ew, why do I have these zits?
Venus: Boy, am I hot today!
Earth: Haha! I have millions of life!
Mars: This planet is RED! Let's send millions of satellites and robots on it!
Jupiter: *Attack on Titan theme intensifies*
Saturn: *Lord of the Rings theme intensifies*
Uranus: Why do I have this name
Neptune: I'm lonely... please come visit me...

Pluto: Hey kids! I'm totally a planet!
Pl- pl- please love me...

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Idunno · 2mo

Bad Pluto, go to the 'bad planet' corner!

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Thenathonator · 23d

Titan is a moon of Saturn, not Jupiter.

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TF4Ever · 22d

Well hear this: I meant to use that theme because Jupiter is enormous, like a Titan. Lord of the Rings suits Saturn best.

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Gamma Ray Bursts are so powerful. It's like having the energy of billions of suns into a gun.

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Calbel · 2mo

Yeah, crazy!!

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Anonymous Anonymous · 2mo

There's a large chance that there's a planet out there billions of lightyears away, where alien life has developed to the point of interstellar travel, and the only reason we haven't been contacted is because from their planet's point of view, Earth has not yet been the harborer of life, because the light from our planet would take billions of lightyears to reach them, not to mention the fact that there might be something in the way of the light, like another celestial body or a black hole.

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THE FINAL FRONTIER

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Sportacus · 2mo

This are the voyages of the starship Enterprise

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CrystalMajestica · 2mo

The Axiom from WALL-E.

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OH THAT'S SOOOOO COOOOOOOL! SO COOOOOOOOL! My computer can't handle the rendering

Only Markiplier fans will get this

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CrystalMajestica · 2mo

lol When he was playing Universe Sandbox or whatever it's called and then Schmoyoho remixed his "that's so cool" phrase.

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Somewhere in the universe, like 100 million light years away, aliens are looking at earth and thinking how primitive it is, because all the animals the could see were dinosaurs, because of how light works.

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Lokin Lokin · 2mo

Space has both the hottest and the coldest temperatures not many lightyears from each other!

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Lokin Lokin · 2mo

its really big

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