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Cassini will soar close to Saturn moon Enceladus for the last time

Passing by at a distance of 3,106 miles (4,999 km) above the moon's surface, Cassini will measure how heat flows from the interior to the surface. On the heels of that announcement, NASA's Cassini mission said this week it will begin a series of three close encounters with Enceladus, starting today (October 14, 2015).

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Huge object orbiting distant star 'could be proof of alien life'

Astronomers mystified by a distant star's random dimming and brightening have been forced to consider radical explanations, including the hypothesis an alien megastructure is blocking out its light. Although the current paper examines the natural and known possible causes of the star's characteristics, a second paper is in the works that will investigate the possibility of alien megastructures.

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Lakeland woman live streams herself driving drunk

Beall even replied to someone who wrote that she should be arrested . "You hear her saying she's drunk", says Sgt. Gary Gross, a spokesman for the LPD, the local police force. Officers eventually came upon the 23-year-old's Toyota Corolla being driven with a flat tire, and they witnessed it hit a curb as they initiated a traffic stop.

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BLOCKS is the modular smartwatch we've waited for

Over the past few years, the Blocks smartwatch has probably entered your gadget radar on more than one occasion. With modular smartphones like Project Ara getting lots of attention, it was only a matter of time before a modular smartwatch hit the scene.

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New Movies.Short Review with fresh ratings

Audiences once again turned out in droves, causing the sci-fi survival flick to drop a mere 32% in week-over-week attendance and pull in $37 million. Joe Wright's Pan cost $150 million to make, which is why the total from this weekend's box office has really gotta sting.

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University of Adelaide research shows climate change will cause food chain

Marine ecologists from the University of Adelaide reviewed more than 600 published studies on coral reefs, kelp forests, open oceans, and tropical and arctic waters. "These added pressures are taking away the opportunity for species to adapt to climate change". Problems in the ocean's food chains will be a direct concern for hundreds of millions of people who rely upon seafood for sustenance, medicines and income.