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Crew Cuts: Q&A with Fox Sports' Rob Stone - The Columbus Dispatch


Crew Cuts: Q&A with Fox Sports' Rob Stone
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... the Crew have always been. When MLS announced their first cities, Columbus was always that one where you went, 'Huh. OK, great!' Nothing made sense, but they built themselves up into one of the iconic logos of the guys in the hardhats and the ...

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Editor's Notebook: 'The Farthest' puts the universe, and life, in perspective - VVdailypress.com


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Editor's Notebook: 'The Farthest' puts the universe, and life, in perspective
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There's nothing like turning your eyes to the heavens to improve your outlook on life. That's the situation I found myself in when I had the opportunity to serve as the host of a question-and-answer session with filmmaker Emer Reynolds and Victor ...

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PopSci Q&A: How Digging Through Discarded Data Uncovered A Real Tattooine - Popular Science


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PopSci Q&A: How Digging Through Discarded Data Uncovered A Real Tattooine
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In the pantheon of modern astronomical explorers, the Kepler Space Telescope ranks right near the top, uncovering more than 1,200 worlds outside our solar system while staring at just a small fraction of the sky. Kepler has unveiled searingly hot, tiny ...

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