PHINEAS CASWELL
ASTRONOMY
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GRAVITATIONAL WAVES DETECTED!
WE HAVE ANOTHER PLANET!
(Sorry, Pluto. It's not You!)
PLUTO HAS AN ATMOSPHERE!
NEUTRON STARS COLLIDE!
Write down the date. Make a note of the time. Go ahead, we'll wait.  

Done? Good. Because, on that date at that time, you discovered that the universe you thought you knew isn't the universe that's really out there.  

This one is cooler!
You heard the joke about the restaurant on Pluto, right? Great food, but no atmosphere. 

Not so fast, you!
Just when you think you've got the solar system figured out, boom, they go and add another planet.  

But this one isn't your distant orbiting dwarf...
Mark this date on your calendar. Take a selfie, because you will want to tell your grandkids where you were.

This could very well turn out to be  the biggest event in human history - okay, well, one of them. 
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Rainfall from Enceladus
BUILD YOUR OWN TIME MACHINE
You know how in those dopey movies how sometimes someone's umbrella turns inside out?

On Saturn's moon, Enceladus, that's not such a bad thing.
One of the best parts about General Relativity is that it gives you a way to time travel - sort of. 

Here are the rules: you can figure out the how!