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Voyager 1 plumbed a fat, smoggy atmosphere of Titan, where nitrogen and methane rains fall on a frozen slush pile of hydrocarbons and oily lakes, and then headed off toward interstellar space.
These molecules are associated with the creation of organic compounds in interstellar dust clouds and with the amino acids and other biological building blocks that have been detected on meteorites and comets.
Camp attendees were required to read a list of books, including The Lord of the Rings series, and science topics included fossil fuels and interstellar travel.
Radio signals have been considered an efficient means of interstellar communications since the 1960s, when the field of the search for extraterrestrial life, or SETI, was getting off the ground.
Sci-fi often makes interstellar travel look easy, with characters jetting around the galaxy using FTL drives.
Interstellar actress Mackenzie Foy stars as Clara, while Misty Copeland plays the lead ballerina.
Protostars are known to generate powerful jets of gas that blast into interstellar space and this work reveals that HH 212’s jets are spinning, with the material blasting out from the protostar's poles like bullets.
That's not even to mention the interstellar lineup of DJs, producers, jam bands, singer-songwriters and hip-hop heroes.
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