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SpaceX vs. Blue Origin: Who is Winning and Why?

SpaceX vs. Blue Origin: Who is Winning and Why?

Space exploration was once purely the domain of government agencies. First, the United States and the Soviet Union — later Russia — raced to put a human being on the moon (via History). Later, other countries entered the mix. As World Population Review outlines, more than one dozen countries have space programs today, many of which are capable of launch and a smaller subset are working together on ambitious projects like the International Space Station.

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The Origins of the Dyson Sphere Explained

The Origins of the Dyson Sphere Explained

All of our planet's energy — whether it's gained from food, fossil fuels, or renewable sources — ultimately comes from the sun. Solar radiation makes its way 93 million miles across space to cascade upon the planet's surface. Once here, it's taken up by plants which are then consumed by animals, and the process continues. As noted by LiveScience, this process is called photosynthesis -- and it powers every living thing on Earth.

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12 Hidden Netflix Features You Probably Didn’t Know About

12 Hidden Netflix Features You Probably Didn’t Know About

Netflix has become a ubiquitous part of our lives, having replaced the video rental stores of yesteryear and spawned colloquial slang like "Netflix and Chill." Having Netflix on in the background is so common the company went as far as checking in on you every few episodes to make sure you're alright.

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