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"And then the Bride looked up, with the realization that she was perfectly placed within an entire Universe, which was created as an embryo for mankind, to view beauty beyond imagination and ultimately eventually understand what Love truly is and that He loved her with all that He is all along... even as she did the most unspeakably horrible things to Him. In this moment, she realized she wanted to be everything He wanted her to be and the most she could do was the least she could do."
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GJ 504 b: Pretty in Pink For those of you who love the color pink, you might enjoy a recent discovery in the world of astronomy. NASA scientists have discovered a gas giant planet around four times the size of Jupiter, 57 light years away from Earth. The large exoplanet, which orbits the Sun-like star; 59 Virginis (GJ 504), is making scientists question prior theories about planetary formation. Also, did we mention it is pink?
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Auroras Dance Over Northern U.S. Last Night, May Return Tonight - Universe Today
A burst of energetic particles from the Sun called a coronal mass ejection peppered Earth’s magnetic field yesterday afternoon sparking a modest but beautiful all-night display of the aurora borealis. Another light show may be in the offing tonight for skywatchers living in the northern U.S., Canada and northern Europe. Pale green fingers of light … Continue reading "Auroras Dance Over Northern U.S. Last Night, May Return Tonight"
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Lava, not asteroid, explains dark patch on the moon - Futurity
A large dark patch on the western edge of the Moon's near side was probably not made by an asteroid strike, but rather from an ancient volcano.