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Newly Discovered Galaxies May Shed Light On Mysterious Gravitational Force Sucking Earth In

Hidden Galaxies

An annotated artist’s impression showing radio waves traveling from the new galaxies, then passing through the Milky Way and arriving at the Parkes radio telescope on Earth (not to scale). Image Source: International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research

Hundreds of secret galaxies hiding in the Zone of Avoidance behind the Milky Way, all helping to reveal the mysteries of The Great Attractor, an enigmatic gravitational force with the pull of a million billion Suns. It sounds like the plot of an old fashioned Marvel comic book, but, according to a new breakthrough study, all of it — right down to the nomenclature — is pure fact.

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‘Til Death Do They Part: The Five Most Gruesome Serial Killer Couples

From killing for money to twisted abuse and psychopathy, each of these serial killer couples will make you sick to your stomach.

Serial Killers

As well as being illegal and morally repugnant, committing murder is risky. The chance of getting caught is high enough when only one person does it; adding a second perpetrator only heightens the potential for error, and thus the likelihood of imprisonment.

Since spouses in the United States and Canada can’t be forced to testify against one another, enlisting your betrothed might seem like a smart move, but as these infamous and horrifying serial killer couples show, things can and still do end badly…

Immerse Yourself In NASA’s Best Quality Mars Video Yet

In the 40 years since NASA snapped the first image on the surface of Mars, we’ve come a long way. What were once blurry, black-and-white images of an alien landscape that was cold and abstract are now ultra high definition panoramas of a landscape that is real, alive — a landscape we’re starting to actually feel comfortable with.

In just the two weeks since NASA first shared the Mars Curiosity rover’s images taken this past December, we’ve also come a very, very long way. The original 360-degree video NASA shared pales in comparison to the revised panorama they’ve just released (above).

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