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Chinese rocket re-enters atmosphere near California
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LAS VEGAS (AP) — A Chinese rocket re-entered the atmosphere near California late Wednesday night around the same time many people shared video on social media of a mysterious bright object streaking across the night sky. U.S. Strategic Command …

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Scientist say Jupiter storm heating up parts of atmosphere
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BERLIN (AP) — Astronomers say a massive hurricane on Jupiter could be heating up parts of the gas giant's upper atmosphere. The storm — known as the Great Red Spot — is more than twice the size of Earth and has been churning for over a century.
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