25 Space Facts That Will Both TERRIFY And AMAZE You

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Space, the final frontier. There is still very little that we actually understand about the vast universe that we live in. However, what we do know is that space is very clearly trying its best to kill us all. From deadly radiation to exploding super-stars, the galaxy is dangerous enough to make even the bravest (or craziest) astronauts think twice before deciding to exit our nice, protective atmosphere. Still, the human race is determined to go out and explore the cosmos, so just to make sure we know exactly what we're getting into, here are 25 Space Facts That Will Both Terrify And Amaze You.

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The Speed of Light
The Moon
Black Holes
Gamma Rays
Zero Gravity
Cold Welding
Alien Life
Rogue Planets
Travel Times
Extreme Temperatures
The Darkness
Magnetars
Musculoskeletal Atrophy
Venus
Dark Matter/Dark Energy
Background Radiation
The Expanding Sun
Hypernovae
Electromagnetic Vibrations
Everything Can Kill You
Time Dilation
Hypervelocity Stars
Solar Flares
Depressurization
The Big Crunch/Big Rip

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