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We spend so much time focused on our lives here on Earth that we often fail to notice the amazing things far, far away.

Our seemingly limitless universe is filled with genuinely astonishing things, and you can learn all about them here!

Did you know that our galaxy, the Milky Way, is around a hundred thousand light-years wide?

Continue reading to learn more about our solar system, the planets inside it, and the rest of the universe!

Latest Space Facts

The Hubble ‘Ultra Deep Field’ in 3D

The Hubble “Ultra Deep Field” in 3D

The Hubble telescope was launched in 1990 and is currently operated by NASA. The telescope sits in low Earth orbit and has been invaluable as a tool for space exploration. One of those journeys is into the Ultra Deep Field. Check out this totally cool video all about it.

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Pluto Facts

Facts About Pluto

Pluto was once the ninth planet of our solar system but has since been demoted to a dwarf planet that rests on the edge of our solar system. Pluto is a harsh place, but nonetheless intriguing. Let's find out why with these cool Pluto facts.

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Martian Skull Found?

Alien Skull Found On Mars?

Several images have cropped up in recent years of what appears to be a skull on Mars. Is it really a skull or is it something else? What do scientists have to say about it? Let’s dig a bit deeper and see what you think.

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Firefox Logo in Space

The Firefox Logo In Space

Deep somewhere in space is a star called V838 Monocerotis. The star was spotted by the Hubble telescope and images were returned to us on Earth. Surprisingly the star looks much like the Firefox logo. Was it inspiration for the search engine founder?

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The Moon Is Moving Away From Earth

The Moon’s Moving Away From Earth

Every time we look up to the night sky with the moon in sight it always looks the same distance away. Actually, the real truth is that it’s slowly moving further and further away from our home planet. But don’t worry, you’ll be dead before it strays too far.

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