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Planet X Video: Nibiru and Hybrid Genetics   video
Science & Tech  (tags: anunnaki, Prophecy, 2012, nephilim, angels, Bible, news, Creation, sitchin, sumerian, planet, alien, planetx, nibiru, ufo, aliens, hybrid, reptilian, illuminati, conspiracy, solar system, mars, sun, changes, earth )

Gregory
- 2083 days ago - youtube.com
The idea that Earth has been visited by aliens at some point in the distant past is not a new one. Erik Von Daniken first touted the theory in his book, The Chariots of the Gods, back in the 1970's. Zecharia Sitchin takes this information...
New Planet Found in Constellation Leo
Science & Tech  (tags: science, discovery, space, technology, astrophysics, constellation, exoplanet, orbit, planet, star )

JR
- 2200 days ago - ucl.ac.uk
The new planet, dubbed GJ 436c, lies at a distance of 30 light years from the Earth and has a mass five times that of our planet, but is the smallest found to date, according to the astronomers.
Discovery: New Planet Found To Be Younger Than 2000 Years Of Age
Science & Tech  (tags: planet, star, galaxies, space, science )

Ben
- 2206 days ago - blogmyway.org
There are billion of planets out there that much much older than our. Earth was estimated to be 4.5 billion years old. To find planets that are younger than our is possible, but there aren't so many planets that are younger than Earth. UK team just fou
BBC NEWS | Science/Nature | Astronomers See 'Youngest Planet'
Science & Tech  (tags: discovery, science, scientists, astronomy, planet, mscsrrr.com, forexmillionaire.com, myspace.com/worldtopsexiestwomen )

Ikey
- 2206 days ago - news.bbc.co.uk
An embryonic planet detected outside our Solar System could be less than 2,000 years old, astronomers say. The ball of dust and gas, which is in the process of turning into a Jupiter-like giant, was
Simulation Reveals Possible Cause of Mercury's Distinctive Features
Science & Tech  (tags: research, science, scientists, technology, investigation, environment, space, concept, design, computers, convection, cooling, mantle, Mercury, planet )

JR
- 2223 days ago - sciencedaily.com
A Prof of geosciences at Virginia Tech,has created numerical simulations of the three-dimensional nature of convection within Mercury's silicate mantle using High-Performance Earth Simulation System,high-speed,high-capacity 768-core Del computing cluster.
The Icy Promethei Planum Area on Mars
Science & Tech  (tags: science, space, research, technology, environment, ice, Mars, nadir, planet, Promethei Planum, ESA )

JR
- 2223 days ago - esa.int
Latest results from the Mars Advanced Radar for Ionosphere and Subsurface Sounding (MARSIS) onboard Mars Express have revealed that the thickness of this extension of the south polar ice cap exceeds 3500 m.
The Puzzling 'Eye of a Hurricane' on Venus
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Ben
- 2225 days ago - esa.int
Venus Express has constantly been observing the south pole of Venus and has found it to be surprisingly fickle. An enormous structure with a central part that looks like the eye of a hurricane, morphs and changes shape within a matter of days, leaving sci
Early Mars Too Acidic, Salty for Life, Experts Say
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Simone
- 2250 days ago - news.nationalgeographic.com
Mars likely had liquid water early in its past--but it was probably too acidic and oxidizing for life, scientists say. That's the latest news from the longer-than-expected visits to the red planet by NASA's rovers Spirit and Opportunity, said Andrew
Storms Give Astronomers Insight Into Jupiter's Mysteries - Spain
Science & Tech  (tags: spain, scientists, jupitor, space, storms, planet, astronomers )

Chrissy
- 2277 days ago - abc.net.au
Two enormous storms on the surface of Jupiter have provided important clues about the true nature of the solar system's biggest planet, astronomers say. Professor Agustin Sanchez-Lavega from Universidad Pais Vasco in Spain and colleagues report their
When Worlds Collide: Have Astronomers Observed The Aftermath Of A Distant Planetary Collision?
Science & Tech  (tags: space, planet, science, study, research, ClimateChange, world )

Suzybell
- 2282 days ago - sciencedaily.com
ScienceDaily (Jan. 17, 2008) -- Astronomers have announced that a mystery object orbiting a star 170 light-years from Earth might have formed from the collision and merger of two protoplanets.
Tidbinbilla 'in the Right Place' to Receive Mercury Pics - Australia
Science & Tech  (tags: australia, tidbinbilla, canberra, mercury, nasa, planet, space )

Chrissy
- 2282 days ago - abc.net.au
Tidbinbilla space tracking station south of Canberra was in the 'right place at the right time' to receive the first pictures of the planet Mercury from NASA's Messenger spacecraft on Wednesday. Messenger collected data from 200 kilometres above the far
Messenger Primed for Mercury Pass
Science & Tech  (tags: science, space, US spacecraft, Mercury, planet, Messenger )

Sharon
- 2286 days ago - news.bbc.co.uk
The first spacecraft to visit Mercury in more than 30 years passes the planet on Monday at a distance of just 200km.The US spacecraft will collect more than 1,300 images and make other observations during the encounter.
The Quadrantid Meteor Shower - Dazzling Event From An Extinct Constellation
Science & Tech  (tags: quadrantid, meteor, shower, dazzling, event, constellation, SETI, NASA, scientists, research, instrument, planet, brilliant )

Jean
- 2297 days ago - dailygalaxy.com
SETI Institute and NASA scientists will take their research instruments for a 10 hour continuous flight to map The Quadrantid -the planet's most brilliant meteor shower of 2008, regularly producing 50 to 120 meteors per hour.
Earth's Moon Is Rare Oddball
Science & Tech  (tags: astronomy, earth, moon, nasa, planet, collision, space, study, research, interesting )

Laurel
- 2339 days ago - news.yahoo.com
The moon formed after a nasty planetary collision with young Earth, yet it looks odd next to its watery orbital neighbor. Turns out it really is odd: Only about one in every 10 to 20 solar systems may harbor a similar moon.
Did Our Solar System Once Have Another Planet?
Science & Tech  (tags: solar system, astronomers, astronomy, planet, asteroid, Asteroid Belt, Planet V, nasa, scientists, space, theory, interesting )

Laurel
- 2343 days ago - cosmosmagazine.com
The fiery demise of a fifth rocky planet in our Solar System might have led to a flurry of asteroid impacts that pockmarked the Moon and Earth billions of years ago.
 

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