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Plus, really big space cloud.
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Cosmic Trivia:

What is considered to be the largest nebula discovered (so far)?

Hint: Not either of the Aston Martin or Porsche models. Those were pretty small.


(Scroll to the bottom for the answer!)

Lava studies suggest Earth's core is leaking | New Atlas

“Scientists from Caltech and Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) have found evidence that Earth’s core is leaking. High levels of a particular isotope of helium were found in lava flows in Canada, which the team proposes originated in the planet’s core.”

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How astronauts could get it on if they really wanted to | Mashable

“For years, experts thinking about the future survival of the species have called on NASA to get its head out of the clouds and commit to formally studying sex in outer space. But perhaps now the need for research is more obvious.”

How to use AI to refresh old blog content | Search Engine Land

“Search engines tend to prefer fresh and relevant content. When users ask questions, search algorithms aim to give accurate and up-to-date answers. And while your old blog post might have valuable insights, some parts could be outdated. Updating old content improves its value for readers and shows search engines that our content is always current, evolving and rank-worthy.”

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You can pilot your very own transformable mecha suit for a cool $3 million | Kotaku

“Archax, named after a winged dinosaur believed to be the first bird on Earth, is a battery-powered robot on four wheels made by Tsubame Industries. The robot, which can be driven by a person from inside the steel cockpit in its chest, is 15 feet tall, weighs 3.5 tons, and (most importantly) can transform between an upright ‘robot’ mode and a ‘vehicle’ mode which can move at speeds up to 6 miles per hour. Y’know, just fast enough for jealous onlookers to get a generous eye full of your mecha in all its Tachikoma-esque glory.”

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The answer: the Tarantula Nebula

The answer: the Tarantula Nebula

According to the NASA website: “Once upon a space-time, a cosmic creation story unfolded: Thousands of never-before-seen young stars spotted in a stellar nursery called 30 Doradus, captured by NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope. Nicknamed the Tarantula Nebula for the appearance of its dusty filaments in previous telescope images, the nebula has long been a favorite for astronomers studying star formation. In addition to young stars, Webb reveals distant background galaxies, as well as the detailed structure and composition of the nebula’s gas and dust.”