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Here’s my take on a 2x2 grayscale mosiac of Pluto. nyti.ms/1V4ebAz
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Meet the pocket shark. You're going to need a smaller boat. nyti.ms/1CVv2jx
A higher-resolution image of Pluto’s textured surface nyti.ms/1V4ebAz
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If keeping your cat indoors protected wildlife, would you do it? These cat owners said no nyti.ms/1HYfibT
NASA’s New Horizons probe glimpses Pluto’s dark side nyti.ms/1CVaRlB
Officials at Yellowstone National Park want visitors to stop taking selfies near bison nyti.ms/1GKWDP9
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There's a mystery inside this female stinkbug's body nyti.ms/1GIwosA
Kepler 452b joins the growing catalog of planets found orbiting distant stars nyti.ms/1gRcSVS
Meet Kepler 452b, Earth's older, bigger cousin nyti.ms/1HW834g
These fish are blind, fat and insatiable. And they might teach us things about human obesity nyti.ms/1HMEvIp
"We are the breadcrumbs of the universe." #Kepler nyti.ms/1IoO6c3
NASA's latest view of Pluto and its largest moon nyti.ms/1OALQNZ
It might be as close to another Earth as any other planet found orbiting a distant star nyti.ms/1HLX0wI
What makes these weird fish so interesting is what they might reveal about human obesity nyti.ms/1CSXzpV
Yesterday’s new Pluto image in context. nyti.ms/1LaoVu6
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The number of planets discovered orbiting other stars continues to grow nyti.ms/1IoCLZw
Kepler 452b added to Kepler’s Tally of Planets nyti.ms/115HXag
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My new @nytimes film: 38 members of Erisons family died from #Ebola. Soccer gave him a new one nyti.ms/1HLqnzj
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“What is actually going on inside the female stink bug at a physical level is simply unknown” nyti.ms/1HLV4Ek
It might be as close to another Earth as NASA's Kepler planet-hunters have yet found nyti.ms/1HUVBBT
Blue Marble, 1972 vs. Blue Marble, 2015 nyti.ms/1HS2vrx
Blue Marble, 1972 vs. Blue Marble, 2015 nyti.ms/1GCQRyX
How does your garden grow — with 150-degree heat from a rail yard blasting up under the roots? nyti.ms/1flJTIN
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