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The love story Fever At Dawn would be unbelievable if it weren’t true

When Hungarian filmmaker Péter Gárdos’ father died in 1998, his mother gave him a collection of letters written when the two Jewish Holocaust …

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Avid Digital Trends readers may recall that I got my eager hands the second generation Audi R8 at the end of last summer. With a spirited jaunt …

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Somehow, the Minnesota Vikings managed to beat the Detroit Lions on Sunday for their first win of the 2015 season without the services of Ragnar the Viking.<p>As Jon Krawczynski of the Associated Press noted, the mascot who was supposed to lead the team from the tunnel on a motorcycle in a horned …

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This Hubble Space Telescope picture shows a galaxy named SBS 1415+437 (also called SDSS CGB 12067.1), located about 45 million light-years from Earth. SBS 1415+437 is a Wolf-Rayet galaxy, a type of star-bursting galaxy with an unusually high number of extremely hot and massive stars known as Wolf-Rayet stars. These stars can be around 20 times as massive as the sun, but seem to be on a mission to shed surplus mass as quickly as possible - they blast substantial winds of particles out into space, causing them to dwindle at a rapid rate. A typical star of this type can lose a mass equal to that of our sun in just 100,000 years! Image credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA #nasa hubble #hst #hubble25 #space #galaxy #astronomy #science

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