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How to weigh stars with gravitational lensing
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Hubble Catches Enormous Cluster of Galaxies
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Tropical Cyclone Son-Tinh makes landfall and NASA examines its trail of rainfall
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More than century-old riddle resolved—a blazar is a source of high-energy neutrinos
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James Webb Space Telescope to inspect atmospheres of gas giant exoplanets
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NASA surveys hurricane damage to Puerto Rico's forests
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Official Trailer for Yet Another Exorcism Horror 'Along Came the Devil'
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