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You Can Finally Tweet Your Tech Problems Directly To Apple
Apple launched a tech support Twitter account this morning. It already has over 55,000 followers. Shockingly, no one’s trolling it. People are asking actual tech support questions.
We’re here to provide tips, tricks and helpful information when you need it most,” the Twitter bio reads. “And if you have a question, well – we’re here to help with that too.” And people are already taking Apple up on its offer in droves.
Scott Kelly Gained Five Centimetres During His Year In Space
Sure, it sucks to lose bone and muscle mass in outer space, but on the flip side, astronauts gain height. After a year of weightless suspension in a tin can, astronaut Scott Kelly is now a full 5cm taller than his twin brother Mark and has unlimited gloating rights, NASA’s Jeff Williams told CNN this week.
Apparently, this was expected: freed from the bounds of gravity, a person’s spine tends to elongate in weightlessness.
Astronomers Finally Know What’s Behind This Mysterious Glowing Red Cloud
Look deeply into this glowing red cloud drifting beyond the edges of our galaxy. Pretty weird, right? The weirdest thing of all, though, is what it’s been hiding.
The ESO just released this new image of a bank of red clouds (RCW 106) 12,000 light years away that astronomers finally managed to get a better look at. The real find, say researchers, isn’t really in the cloud itself — it’s what the clouds are hiding: Giant stars (several times the size of our own sun) that only form behind incredibly thick clouds in nebulas.
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