Are Entangled Particles Connected by Wormholes?

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In the end. . .

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In the end. . .

Scientists Find A Water-Rich Planet Outside Our Solar System

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Scientists Find A Water-Rich Planet Outside Our Solar System

Death Cries of a Dying Star

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Death Cries of a Dying Star

Turns Out Deep Space Makes The Creepiest Sound

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Thirty-five years after leaving Earth, NASA has determined that Voyager I left our solar system around Aug. 25, 2012, clocking a total travel distance of over 12 billion miles. Humans, by proxy, have officially begun interstellar travel ā€” Starfleet here we come.
According to the American Geophysical Union, on Aug. 25, Voyager I broke through the heliosphere, a region of space that surrounds our solar system like a bubble of anomalous cosmic rays. Its instruments then became bombarded with galactic cosmic rays, or radiation coming from outside our solar system.
Then Voyager Iā€™s plasma wave instrument began to detect something new. Something alien (not invasion alien, just new-to-us alien). Between October 2012 and May 2013 it recorded two instances of interstellar plasma ā€” which is a wicked cool name ā€” vibrations. The sounds are frequencies within human hearing, so just consider this a preview of the things our great-grandchildren will hear on holiday to Alpha Centauri.

Solar System, in Perspective

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Solar System, in Perspective

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