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25 Of The Creepiest Things In The Known Universe

May 1, 2017

Space is huge, and terrifying. Not just because we’ve barely scratched the surface of what lies beyond our blue green rock, but also because most of what we’ve discovered is beautiful beyond comprehension, and would kill us instantly and painfully. As if that’s not enough, new horrific yet insanely cool things are being discovered and not understood daily. Here are 25 Of The Creepiest Things In The Known Universe to keep you up at night.

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Black holes are created when stars die.
Meteors killed the Dinosaurs, and there’s more where that came from!
Random rogue planets.
All gold on Earth came from outer space via meteors a long long time ago.
She’s not STILL in space, but for awhile, there was a terrified dog dying of stress and heat in space, in 1957.
The Himiko Cloud is the largest object in the known universe, and it’s basically a giant mystery blob of unknown origin that’s half the size of our galaxy.
Some stars sing to themselves.
Diamond Icebergs that float upon an ocean of carbon.
Black holes move.
Sometimes the moons of various planets are just as interesting as the planets they orbit.
To clarify, we live in a Solar System, our sun (star) is called Sol, and our planets and their moons are grouped around our star.
A giant cloud of Hydrogen Gas (Smith’s Cloud) weighing as much as one million stars is headed towards our galaxy.
Zombie stars come back to life by stealing material from neighboring stars.
There’s a giant hurricane like storm on Jupiter so big you could fit three Earths into it.
Even with all the stars and galaxies and New York City Street lights that our solar system contains, there are still pockets of extreme blackness.
There’s a blue planet that rains molten glass because it’s so close to it’s sun that the temperature is nearly 2,000 degrees, because apparently every beautiful thing in space would kill you instantly.
Dark Matter makes up about 80% of the mass in the universe, and we can’t see it.
In August of 1977 Ohio State University’s Big Ear radio telescope received a signal from Deep Space, which became known as the “WOW!” signal, because that’s what was written on the printout.
The lowest note in the universe is a sound coming from a Black Hole.
Aliens may have started talking to us in 2016.
While scientists are looking at starting a colony on Mars (and this makes sense, as it’s the next logical step in space colonization), the closest planet that would be inhabitable and similar to Earth is actually 20 light years away, and it’s called Gliese 581g.
When we see “shooting stars”, what we’re actually seeing is a meteor burning up in Earth’s atmosphere.
Dark Flow is not Dark Matter, it’s somewhat more (sinister and) inexplicable.
Human beings

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