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Whoa! The Mars Curiosity Rover Catches A Bright Light On The Surface Of Mars! Does This Mean … ALIENS?!?!

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flashing light on mars caught by mars rover

OH! WHAT!?! This is so exciting!!

The Curiosity Rover, which likes to do it's own thing up there on the red planet, photographed a flash of blinding white light on the surface of Mars!

Which is SO COOL!

But, does this mean there's alien?!?! Have we FINALLY found proof of alien life?!

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NERD NEWS! NASA Scientists Discover Evidence That Saturn's Moon Has A Huge Underground Ocean! Could It POSSIBLY Have Aliens!?!

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possible water found on saturn

HOLY MOLY! This is SO cool!!

NASA has announced that they have found evidence that one of Saturn's moons, Enceladus, has a HUGE underground OCEAN on it!

SAY WHAAAAAT!!

Back in 2005, their Cassini space craft saw vapor & ice coming out of the planet, so this caused them to investigate further, and they discovered the evidence!

Since the ocean, ya know, exists, the NASA scientists believe Enceladus could be home to extraterrestrial microbes.

Aka ALIENS?!?! Aka AWESOME!!

While microbes don't really count as aliens like we think of them, it's still an exciting update in the quest through the galaxy!

Who knows, maybe in the near future people will be traveling there to colonize the Milky Way in the name of science! LOLz!!!

[Image via NASA.]

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Space Cats Remake A Profanity-Laden Version of Gravity! You Will ABSOLUTELY Laugh Your Butt Off!

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Space cats did a remake of Gravity and it's the best thing ever.

Cats are super cute, everyone knows this. Space is super awesome. People generally know this as well.

So when you combine cats and space you get Space Cats. And they're literally the best thing ever.

We really enjoyed the movie Gravity but, don't tell Alfonso Cuarón, it was missing a little something.

And that something was cats.

Really cute, foul-mouthed, cats.

Like, we're pretty sure there wasn't this much cursing in the original Gravity. Unless all that heavy breathing was inserted to dub over Sandra Bullock's potty mouth or something.

We think we like this version even better than the pug one!

Either way, none of that matters because SPACE CATS.

Drop whatever you're doing (unless it's rocking a baby) and check out the video or you'll be sorry… AFTER THE JUMP!!!

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Jean-Claude Van Damme Does His Epic Split… In Space!! Check Out The Crotch Straining Action HERE!

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Jean-Claude Van Damme is the coolest, most badass, most butt-kickingest guy on planet earth.

And now… he's the best OFF planet earth too!!

Remember when Van Damme did his epic split for Volvo? Where he was suspended between two big rigs and his junk somehow didn't rip in half?

It spawned all sorts of funny spin offs, just like Channing Tatum's hilarious version!

Well someone did our favorite version yet by putting JCVD into outer space!

Ever wonder what it'd be like to see JCVD doing a split while floating around in earth's orbit??

Us too!! Thanks goodness someone made this video!

Check out the vid and prepare to have your mind blown (above)!

Eat it, Sandra!

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NASA Astronaut Mike Hopkins Snaps The Best Selfie Of 2013 — In Space! See The Awesome Shot HERE!

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Astronaut in space selfie

This. Is. So Cool.

We think it's safe to say that this has hands down won the title of the Best Selfie of 2013.

Mike Hopkins, a NASA astronaut, snapped the pic while on a mission with fellow astronaut, Rick Mastracchio, to change a faulty water pump on the outside of the International Space Station!

NASA then took to their Instagram to show off the pic along with a caption to explain what was happening up on the ISS.

They said:

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