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Yeah, that Kerbal Space Program. The little space flight simulator with the tiny green men. According to a profile in Polygon,

Beneath its childish surface lies a complex physics system churning through mathematical calculations so expertly, real rocket scientists would blush to see it. KSP has even earned the respect of NASA — many of its employees play it regularly.

These past few months the team at KSP and the team at NASA have developed a professional, although distant, relationship. And this year they will begin to work together.

Soon the Kerbals will embark on the next phase of space exploration, more than a decade before their real-life human analogues. NASA hopes to land humans on an asteroid by 2025. It's their most daring mission in a half century, and they've asked the small team of eight developers headquartered in Mexico City to help promote that mission through their game.
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What is up my Eryibros and welcome to Crazy pokemon Science. This is the series where I scientific facts from the pokemon world more specifically the pokedex. and compare them to our own. If you guys enjoy the video be sure to leave a like subscribe and share this video with a friend and with that being said let's get started.


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science gollum This Creepy New Arachnid is Named After Smeagol From 'Lord of the Rings'
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Iandumoema smeagol is a newly discovered type of daddy longlegs (also called harvestmen) which is a type of arachnid but NOT a spider. It has a lot in common with its namesake, it lives underground and it's a sickly yellow color. One thing it's missing is those large eyes.


via tlotrgifs

Because of its life underground, scientists believe this species evolved without eyes.

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