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Space.com Thu, 14 Dec 2017 08:45:42 GMT  

Dwarf Planet Ceres' Bright Spots Suggest an Ancient Ocean
Ceres' bright patches may overlie pools of salty water, which could be the remnants of an ancient, subsurface ocean.
Lego UCS Millennium Falcon: Building the Fastest Hunk of Bricks in the Galaxy
Lego's 2017 ultimate collector's series Millennium Falcon is amazing. With 7,541 pieces, it's the largest set the company has released to date.
The Greatest Star Wars Villains Ever
Here we run through the most notorious villains of the "Star Wars" universe, which of course includes villains such as Darth Vader, Boba Fett and Kylo Ren. We look forward to learning more about them in "The Last Jedi," which opens in theaters Dec. 13.

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Gaia's view of our galactic neighbours
Measuring the positions and motions of more than a billion stars, ESA's Gaia mission will refine our knowledge about our place in the Universe, providing the best ever star chart of our Milky Way and its neighbouring galaxies.
Giant storms cause palpitations in Saturn's atmospheric heartbeat
Immense northern storms on Saturn can disturb atmospheric patterns at the planet's equator, finds the international Cassini mission. This effect is also seen in Earth's atmosphere, suggesting the two planets are more alike than previously thought.
Green light for continued operations of ESA science missions
ESA's Science Programme Committee (SPC) has approved indicative extensions, up to 2019-2020, for the operation of eight scientific missions.

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