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A soft silvery metallic poor metal, elemental gallium is a brittle solid at low temperatures. As it liquefies slightly above room temperature, it will melt in the hand. -wiki
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The "baby-boomer Universe" has been seen in unprecedented detail by a telescope slung beneath a balloon. The BLAST experiment only flew twice and was destroyed on its final mission, but its observations and technology have had a major impact on astronomy.
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Where does space begin? Scientists at the University of Calgary have created a new instrument that is able to track the transition between the relatively gentle winds of Earth's atmosphere and the more violent flows of charged particles in space – flows that can reach speeds well over 1000 km/hr.
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