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NASA's InSight Lander Sends Back Its First Selfie From Mars

NASA’s InSight Spacecraft is officially on Mars, and it is already teaching the planet about the ways of Earth. Its first order of business once planted on the red planet was taking a selfie, of course.
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Gamers Have Police Called On Them For Noise Complaint, End Up Playing The Cops In Super Smash Bros.

Students in Minneapolis had the police called on them for making too much noise while playing the newest version of Super Smash Bros.
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Survey Shows That Millennials Would Rather Give Up Sex & Alcohol Than Amazon

A new survey done by the Max Borges Agency shows that Millennials love Amazon so much that they would give up sex and alcohol.
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SpaceX Successfully Launched Falcon 9 Into Space From Cape Canaveral, But A Returning Booster Ended Up In The Atlantic Ocean After A System Failure

The Atlantic Ocean got an unexpected visitor Wednesday. After SpaceX launched a Flacon 9 rocket from Cape Canaveral, a hydraulic system for the rocket’s booster malfunctioned causing the returning stage to land in the ocean.
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Comet '46P/Wirtanen,' The Brightest Comet Of The Year, Will Be Visible From Earth Next Week

If you look up into the sky at night next week, you may get a glimpse at something spectacular. The brightest comet of the year will be passing by Earth, at only 7.2 million miles away. The ‘46P/Wirtanen’ as the comet is known, will be so bright, it may even be visible in some locations across the...
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Not Switching Over To Airplane Mode Cost One Traveler $300 While Flying To The United States

On every flight, passengers are told to turn their cell phones off or switched over to airplane mode. This move has become common knowledge to many, as it is perceived to be for safety reasons.
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Blind Man Sues Playboy After Finding Website Isn't Compatible With Screen-Reading Software

Everyone is quick to claim they read Playboy for the articles, but for Donald Nixon he really means it. That’s why Nixon, a blind man, is suing Playboy, claiming their website isn’t compatible with screen-reading software.
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NFL Inspired Video Of NASA Celebrating Successful Landing Goes Viral

NASA celebrated a big achievement this week, as the InSight lander reached the surface of Mars successfully. However, it was a video of some engineers celebrating that has gotten all the public praise.
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Elon Musk Tells Axios That He Plans To Go To Mars One Day

Elon Musk is in the news once again, as he said Sunday there’s a 70% chance he one day goes to Mars. Speaking to Axios on the website’s new HBO show, Musk stated that not only will the first flight to Mars be within the next seven years, but there’s a good chance he may make the trip as well.
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Listen To The These Floppy Disc Drives Play Queens Bohemian Rhapsody Perfectly

Someone made what is now called the Floppotron, a bunch of Floppy disk drives programmed together to make interesting music.
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