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New Study Claims the World Will End in Nearly 2 Billion Years

Scientists have crunched the numbers. Life on this planet will cease to exist in as little as 1.75 billion years. Or as much as 3.25 billion years.

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Full Moon (Getty Images)
Full Moon (Getty Images)
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Look for the Super Moon This Weekend

 

A "supermoon" rises this weekend.  The biggest and brightest full moon of the year graces the sky early Sunday as our celestial neighbor swings closer to Earth than usual.

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How Rare Is a Blue Moon? [VIDEO]

Saying something only happens “once in a blue moon” typically means it’s extremely rare. True blue moons — defined as the second full moon in a month — aren’t actually that uncommon, but if you don’t catch the one on Aug. 31, it’ll be three years before you get another chance.

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The colorful globe of Saturn's largest moon, Titan, passes in front of the planet and its rings in this true color snapshot from NASA's Cassini spacecraft. (NASA.gov)
The colorful globe of Saturn's largest moon, Titan, passes in front of the planet and its rings in this true color snapshot from NASA's Cassini spacecraft. (NASA.gov)
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Is There Water on Titan? Saturn’s Moon Shows Signs

Scientists reported Thursday on the strongest sign yet that Saturn's giant moon may have a salty ocean beneath its chilly surface.

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