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They were snapped before the spacecraft officially began collecting science data.
That proved useful in early 2019, when SubX forecasts foresaw, weeks before it happened, the severe cold snap that hit the United States in late January and early February.
People stuck at home have been snapping up them up while the number of the consoles produced has tumbled because of shuttered factories.
The scientists used the Very Large Telescope in Chile to snap the photo.
He trekked to a mountaintop in Wyoming with a special camera to snap polarized pictures of the corona just as the moon blocked the sun.
A snap poll by YouGov after the pick found that 51 percent of voters approved of the choice while 36 percent disapproved.
Just as TikTok benefited from the Facebook boycott last month, its rivals are poised to snap up its content should it be banned.
Astronomers used the Very Large Telescope in Chile to snap a photo of two giant planets orbiting a young star with about the same mass as the sun, researchers report July 22 in The Astrophysical Journal Letters.
As the crust continuously jostles about, these magnetic fields twist and turn until they snap to a simpler state, immediately releasing a laserlike flash of radio waves.
Later, researchers looked at these pictures, snapped from different locations.

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