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New Alien Planet Boasts Rare Triple Suns By Nola Taylor Redd, Space.com Contributor | March 30, 2016 12:54pm ET - Eat your heart out, Tatooine: A newly discovered alien planet has not one, not two, but three suns in its sky. While scientists know of many planets with two suns, a planet with three.... - See more at: http://www.space.com/32405-alien-planets-has-rare-triple-suns.html?cmpid=514630_20160331_59972366&adbid=10153416324871466&adbpl=fb&adbpr=17610706465#sthash.zYYJQCCt.dpuf

What Happens When Two Black Holes Collide? - Astronomers found, earlier this year, that a pair of supermassive black holes circling toward a smash-on of such intensity that it would lead to a burst of gravitational waves forcing out through space-time itself. Researchers have predicted a collision about 100,000 years from now, on the basis of calculations of the mass of the black hole pair jointly and in relation to each other.

This is your closest look yet at a Kuiper Belt object

This is your closest look yet at a Kuiper Belt object That moving dot you see in the picture above may not seem like much at first glance but it's a pretty big deal -- it's humanity's closest-ever look at an object in the Solar System's distant Kuiper Belt. NASA's New Horizons spacecraft recently caught 1994 JR1 on camera from 'just' 170 million miles away or 15 times closer than any Kuiper Belt object has been seen before. That's no mean feat when the celestial body is a whopping 3.3…