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#253 - ButtonFly
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#244 - anon
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NO ONE KNOWS WHAT SPACE OR THE MIDDLE OF THE UNIVERSE SMELLS LIKE!!!! NOT ONE ASTRONAUT HAS EVER TAKEN THERE AIR-TIGHT HELMET OFF IN SPACE
#265 to #244 - anon
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But they can smell it on themselves afterwards no?
#243 - barenakedqueens
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What I thought of when I saw the 7th panel
What I thought of when I saw the 7th panel
#241 - foreveralonememe
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#234 - kvitost
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I am pretty sure the alcohol cloud is made of methanol, not ethanol, so those pints of beer would kill ya
#221 - frilleniumm
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but...but.. andromeda is visible to the naked eye..
#186 - thunderkrux
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Actually anything heavier than iron cannot be made in stars, a common misconception from when astronomers call us starstuff is when people assume they're saying everything we're made of is made IN stars, when what they heard was made BY stars. Iron kills stars, so that has more protons than iron was created in a supernova or even a hypernova.
#174 - tkuja
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#159 - smokingman
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I'll just leave this here.
#122 - Gandalfthewhite
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how can space and the center of the galaxy have a taste and smell? there's no oxygen so there'd be nothing to breath in to smell in the first place. plus astronauts have space suits so it's their oxygen tanks that smell like that surely
#129 to #122 - Furubatsu
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I'm guessing astronauts smelled their space suits once back in the shuttle.
#146 to #129 - fancyshark
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astronauts have not been center of the galaxy, the furthest so far is orbiting the dark side of the moon.

also the center of the milky way is a supermassive black hole
#152 to #146 - Furubatsu
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I meant space in general
#115 - eddymolly
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I personally like the fact there are several theorised locations where a thousands km radius diamond planet exist. Pretty cool idea really.
#95 - thunderstriker
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This has got to be the biggest waste of time I have ever read... There is literally almost no way to prove half of these, and so many of them sound so god dam dumb I can't pick any in particular to get annoyed at
#98 to #95 - Mahazama
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Alright, which can't be proven?
#101 to #98 - thunderstriker
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2,4,8,10,12,14,17, And that doesn't even start to explain all the purely logical problems I have with even more of them
#90 - anon
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Numbers 5, 7, 8, and 15 are ********.
#85 - ichbinzweijahrealt
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mfw #8
#75 - grocer
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If you put a telescope 22 lightyears away and looked over here, you would see 22 years into the past. Which Apollo landing are we talking about that happened 22 years ago?
#78 to #75 - stormregalia
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You fail to realize that it would take 22 years for the light to reach the mirror and 22 years for it to return back for us to see.
#79 to #75 - matthamsnine
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The total time is 44 years. 22 for the light to go from the moon to the big ass mirror and 22 years to come back!
#83 to #75 - grocer
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Ah, I misread it. I didn't realise it said a mirror.
#56 - xmonke
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What is life.
#65 to #56 - dragonzard
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BABY DON'T HURT ME, DON'T HURT ME, NO MORE.
#44 - luthervonappledorf
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I learnt about the animals freezing themselves from Avatar
I learnt about the animals freezing themselves from Avatar
#28 - ChronicTheHempHog
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how can you possibly determine the taste and smell of the center of the galaxy!?
#17 - lemoron
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I love space stuff, going to become an astrophysicist
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#18 to #10 - YllekNayr
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Well they have air in their space suits, and if you can smell a strong smell even through a door, the enormity of a universe of vacuum pressing on their suit might be enough to smell some of it through the suit.
#19 to #9 - anon
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Actually what astronauts were describing was the scent that their suits and the airlock gave off after taking spacewalks. I believe that it was either the radiation or something about the effects of space on materials that gave off the distinct aroma.