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Scott reviews "The Left Hand Of Dog" by SI Clarke, Starship Teapot book 1: "I had a great time exploring the far-flung reaches of the Milky Way with this rag-tag band of loveable misfits. 5 Stars."Top 5 Explosive Facts About Super WeaponsKamchatka Peninsula: Exploring Siberia's Cold War 'Forbidden Zone' | TimelineRT @JasonRaish, represented by @folioart: "Faced with an American exodus the Church of Scientology is recruiting celebrities and converts in far-flung corners of the globe. Full page opener for @LAmag https://t.co/RVjFqFCLVc" / TwitterIs Zero More Than Nothing? Introducing the Zero ProjectThe Life of Anthony Bourdain, a Rebel in the Kitchen | NYT NewsYears Of Living Dangerously | National GeographicPunkin Chunkin - Thanksgiving Night @ 8PM EP on Science ChannelWhether we’re close to home or in a far-flung location, keeping ourselves and our gear safe is an important consideration for nature photographers.Nestled in the foothills of one of Chile’s most active volcanoes, this sculptural retreat from @boutiquehomes is the perfect, far-flung getaway for the intrepid traveler:NASA's Got A New, Big Telescope. It Could Find Hints Of Life On Far-Flung Planets — The James Webb Space Telescope will let scientists study small, rocky planets around distant stars in more detail than ever before. After decades of work, it could head into orbit later this year.Astronomers find a far-flung exoplanet circling two stars, and it seems to have an orbit similar to the solar system's hypothetical Planet Nine.

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