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While completing her degree in Sociology, Anna learned she had a passion for writing. She loves writing anything from health to celebrity gossip to all things creepy. When she's not writing you can find her at the gym or watching the latest psychological thriller.

In the early 1970s, astronomer Vera Rubin and colleagues at the Carnegie Institution for Science attached this instrument to several large telescopes to analyze distant spiral galaxies. What they found would change our understanding of the universe: The galaxies’ outer arms were rotating at velocities that should have made their stars fly away—but didn’t. The only explanation, Rubin decided, was that the galaxies contained far more mass than we could see. It was the strongest evidence yet for the existence of dark matter, now believed to make up percent of all the stuff that exists.

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The Apollo 11 Astronaut Sweatsuit is made to look like an exact replica of the A7-L space suit that was worn by Neil Armstrong on the Apollo 11 mission to the moon, has an elastic waistband with a drawstring, has fitted cuffs with a relaxed fit, has two side pockets along with one in the rear, and is made from 45% polyester, 45% fleece, and 10% elastane. The sweat suit can be purchased together as a whole sweat suit including the sweatshirt and sweatpants or they can be purchased individually.

The Otters were Astronaut's next project, and performed for approximately seven years. As of 2011 The Otters ceased to be a band and Mark now plays with the members of The Otters under the moniker "The Astronauts" again. [ citation needed ]

Prosecutors for Robert Mueller revealed they know every word Paul Manafort changed in opinion piece he edited under house arrest. They think he is trying the case to the press.

In 1959 he was hired by The Washington Post . Wolfe has said that part of the reason he was hired by the Post was his lack of interest in politics. The Post's city editor was "amazed that Wolfe preferred cityside to Capitol Hill, the beat every reporter wanted." He won an award from The Newspaper Guild for foreign reporting in Cuba in 1961 and also won the Guild's award for humor. While there, Wolfe experimented with fiction-writing techniques in feature stories. [7]


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