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Was there an Ocean on Ceres?

Orbiting between Mars and Jupiter, Ceres was first discovered and classified as a planet in 1801. In the 1850s, it was considered one of the largest of the little worlds in the asteroid belt. Astronomers re-classified Ceres as a dwarf planet in 2006. Oddly enough, it is believed that little Ceres, a tiny world that’s just shy of 600 miles…

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Everyone Say Cheese!

Everyone Say Cheese! By Dale Phillip Truly one of life’s great pleasures, who doesn’t like cheese. Stack it on your burger, add it to a sandwich,eat it plain, mix it in casseroles and that all-time favorite, mac and cheese, there is a type for every taste bud, age and budget. Dating back thousands of years B.C. cheese was first created…

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Spartans on Stranger Things: Johannes Pollanen

Michigan State University Just in time for Netflix’s “Stranger Things” season two premiere, Michigan State University Professor Johannes Pollanen travels back to the 1980s to analyze the strange and supernatural world of the Upside Down. Pollanen, assistant professor of physics and astronomy in the College of Natural Science, is an expert on experimental condensed matter physics. He comments on the…

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Christopher Lee – The Real Bloodsucker

Christopher Lee – The Real Bloodsucker By Chirag Naiknavare Count Dracula is definitely the most famous vampire of all time. Bram Stoker created this gothic horror novel way back in 1897. This blood-sucking vampire became a prototype for many subsequent novels on the vampire topic. The story written by the Irish novelist goes about Count Dracula’s attempts to move from…

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