[QUOTE]Scientists have discovered a new type of alien planet — a steamy waterworld that is larger than Earth but smaller than Uranus.
The standard-bearer for this new class of exoplanet is called GJ 1214b, which astronomers first discovered in December 2009. New observations by NASA's Hubble Space Telescope suggest that GJ 1214b is a watery world enshrouded
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From this article:
Standing upright and shining down upon Earth on these midwinter nights is the brightest and grandest of all the constellations: Orion, the Mighty Hunter.
Currently, Orion can be easily seen by skywatchers with clear weather as a star pattern standing high in the southern sky at around 8 p.m. local
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[QUOTE=Mamata Polle;1988232]I'll split the ways I keep Isopods in 3 catagories, Semi Arid, Completely Arid, and High Humidity Enviroments:
As I said, water is VERY important to Isopods. So when I am housing them with creatures that don't do well in high humidity, I take a paper towel, fold it either into a square or a rectangle, and saturate it with water, then I lay it on top of the substrate on one side.