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  • Here are the following films that have plots that is space-related: * Dr. No (Project Mercury) * You Only Live Twice (Disappearance of American and Russian astronauts) * Diamonds Are Forever (Diamond satellite) * Moonraker (Moonraker shuttles, Drax's space station) * GoldenEye (GoldenEye satellite) * Tomorrow Never Dies (CMGN satellite) * Die Another Day (Icarus satellite)
  • "Outer Space" is a song by The Muffs
  • The basic observations of astronomy have given an understanding of planetary movements as well as the ability to make simple predictions, such as calculating the arrival of comets, forecasting eclipses, and distinguishing waxing and waning moons. The positions of various celestial bodies relative to Earth have a significant impact on bending and spirituality.
  • The light of Outer Space will always be Night, and the other light modes will be disabled.
  • Outer space, often simply called space, refers to the relatively empty regions of the universe outside the atmospheres of celestial bodies.
  • Outer Space is a song that appears in the leaked demo of Steal This Album! (Known colloquially as Toxicity ll)
  • Outer Space is the Extra world featuring in BEG extra, ADV Extra and EXP extra
  • In many cases, outer space can represent mystery, secrecy, etc. The color black is often regarded as representing evil. In the Western world, many people wear black to funerals to show mourning.
  • Deep Space is located at slot 16 in each solar system as of version 0.78. It is used for expeditions and cannot be colonized.
  • The Outer Space Room is an interior decorator house in Nintendogs. It is the most expensive house in all of Nintendogs, as it costs $100,000.
  • Outer Space only appears in F-Zero GX and F-Zero AX. While made specifically for AX, the AX tracks are unlockable in GX via winning all 4 cups on Master difficulty, meaning this track features in both games. This track is infamous for its ice lanes.
  • Outer Space is a location in Super Paper Mario. It is the primary setting for Chapter 4 and the main setting for Chapter 4-1.
  • Outer Space is a challenge in the Fallout: New Vegas add-on Old World Blues.
  • Outer Space was the twelfth episode of Power Rangers Planet Savior.
  • Outer Space is the area where all the Planets, stars, Galaxies, etc. are located. All the objects and the Universe are also there. Some of these objects include: Asteroids, Meteoroids, Comets, Nabulae, Space "Junk", Space Stations, Sattellites, Radiation, and Ion/Solar Waves. There are known worlds known to have other life. It was also archived that Warp Pipes were able to be built in space by the Warp Pipe Corporation.
  • Outer Space is a Season 2 episode of The Mr. Men Show.
  • Outer space is "the area above an altitude of approximately 100 km."
  • In 1866, Clara Clayton came down with diphtheria and was quarantined for three months. Her father, Daniel Clayton, placed a telescope by her bed, igniting her love in astronomy and science. In the 1870s, Daniel Clayton tried to introduce Clara to young men from good families, but she was always reading From the Earth to the Moon and other Jules Verne novels, so the relationships never worked out. In 1885, Clara discussed with Doc their mutual love for Jules Verne novels, and they viewed the stars through Clara's telescope.
  • Space Shuttle ' Outer space, or just space, is the void that exists between celestial bodies, including the Earth. It is not completely empty, but consists of a hard vacuum containing a low density of particles, predominantly a plasma of hydrogen and helium as well as electromagnetic radiation, magnetic fields, neutrinos, dust and cosmic rays. The baseline temperature, as set by the background radiation from the Big Bang, is 2.7 kelvins (K) (−270.45 °C; −454.81 °F). Plasma with a number density of less than one hydrogen atom per cubic metre and a temperature of millions of kelvins in the space between galaxies accounts for most of the baryonic (ordinary) matter in outer space; local concentrations have condensed into stars and galaxies. In most galaxies, observations provide evidence that
  • Outer space refers to the large void which occupies the empty areas of the sky, outside of the boundaries of the Earth's personal space. The physical study of outer space is referred to as astrology (not to be confused with astronomology, an unrelated pseudo-science which centres around predicting the future). What may or may not exist outside of the boundaries of our atmosphere remains a mystery, although astrologers have made some major breakthroughs in recent years. Outer space was, ostensibly, discovered by the first human ever, given how hard it would be to overlook such a monstrosity. Outer space has been directly responsible for upsetting the ideologies of physical science on several occasions. In one instance, findings directly related to outer space led to a new theory that the Ea
  • Traveling Matt discovered the once-fabled Outer Space in the first episode of Fraggle Rock, "Beginnings," and has since spent much time exploring it. He regularly sends postcards detailing his adventures to his nephew Gobo. Matt misinterprets everything he sees in Outer Space. For example, in the episode The Garden Plot, Traveling Matt believes people roller blading and skateboarding are Silly Creatures who have evolved wheels on their feet. He sometimes believes that creatures that live in Fraggle Rock, like Gorgs for instance, also live in Outer Space.
  • Outer space, or simply space, is the void that exists between celestial bodies, including the Earth. It is not completely empty, but consists of a hard vacuum containing a low density of particles: predominantly a plasma of hydrogen and helium, as well as electromagnetic radiation, magnetic fields, and neutrinos. Observations have now recently proven that it also contains dark matter and dark energy. The baseline temperature, as set by the background radiation left over from the Big Bang, is only 2.7 kelvin (K); in contrast, temperatures in the coronae of stars can reach over a million kelvin. Plasma with an extremely low density (less than one hydrogen atom per cubic meter) and high temperature (millions of kelvin) in the space between galaxies accounts for most of the baryonic (ordinary)
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  • Funk
Games
  • Super Paper Mario
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  • 100
Album
  • Disorganized Fun
  • The Muffs Rock Band Re-Records
Appearance
  • "The Guru"
Difficulty
  • 64
Name
  • Outer Space
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  • Electronic
  • Pop-Rock
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  • Mario and company in Outer Space.
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  • Super Paper Mario
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  • Outer Space
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  • 180
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  • no
Released
  • 1997
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  • High above the world.
Gender
  • Female
Artist
  • The Muffs
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  • RB3
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  • SR
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  • Ubiquitous
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  • Dare to venture beyond the Big MT's perimeter... more than once!
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  • Here are the following films that have plots that is space-related: * Dr. No (Project Mercury) * You Only Live Twice (Disappearance of American and Russian astronauts) * Diamonds Are Forever (Diamond satellite) * Moonraker (Moonraker shuttles, Drax's space station) * GoldenEye (GoldenEye satellite) * Tomorrow Never Dies (CMGN satellite) * Die Another Day (Icarus satellite)
  • "Outer Space" is a song by The Muffs
  • Space Shuttle ' Outer space, or just space, is the void that exists between celestial bodies, including the Earth. It is not completely empty, but consists of a hard vacuum containing a low density of particles, predominantly a plasma of hydrogen and helium as well as electromagnetic radiation, magnetic fields, neutrinos, dust and cosmic rays. The baseline temperature, as set by the background radiation from the Big Bang, is 2.7 kelvins (K) (−270.45 °C; −454.81 °F). Plasma with a number density of less than one hydrogen atom per cubic metre and a temperature of millions of kelvins in the space between galaxies accounts for most of the baryonic (ordinary) matter in outer space; local concentrations have condensed into stars and galaxies. In most galaxies, observations provide evidence that 90% of the mass is in an unknown form, called dark matter, which interacts with other matter through gravitational but not electromagnetic forces. Data indicates that the majority of the mass-energy in the observable universe is a poorly understood vacuum energy of space which astronomers label dark energy. Intergalactic space takes up most of the volume of the Universe, but even galaxies and star systems consist almost entirely of empty space. There is no firm boundary where outer space begins. However the Kármán line, at an altitude of km (mi) above sea level, is conventionally used as the start of outer space in space treaties and for aerospace records keeping. The framework for international space law was established by the Outer Space Treaty, which was passed by the United Nations in 1967. This treaty precludes any claims of national sovereignty and permits all states to freely explore outer space. Despite the drafting of UN resolutions for the peaceful uses of outer space, anti-satellite weapons have been tested in Earth orbit. Humans began the physical exploration of space during the 20th century with the advent of high-altitude balloon flights, followed by manned rocket launches. Earth orbit was first achieved by Yuri Gagarin of the Soviet Union in 1961 and unmanned spacecraft have since reached all of the known planets in the Solar System. Due to the high cost of getting into space, manned spaceflight has been limited to low Earth orbit and the Moon. Outer space represents a challenging environment for human exploration because of the dual hazards of vacuum and radiation. Microgravity also has a negative effect on human physiology that causes both muscle atrophy and bone loss. In addition to these health and environmental issues, the economic cost of putting objects, including humans, into space is high; in 1969, the Apollo program cost approximately $24,000,000,000 ($395,000,000,000 as of 2015).}}[citation needed]
  • The basic observations of astronomy have given an understanding of planetary movements as well as the ability to make simple predictions, such as calculating the arrival of comets, forecasting eclipses, and distinguishing waxing and waning moons. The positions of various celestial bodies relative to Earth have a significant impact on bending and spirituality.
  • The light of Outer Space will always be Night, and the other light modes will be disabled.
  • Outer space, or simply space, is the void that exists between celestial bodies, including the Earth. It is not completely empty, but consists of a hard vacuum containing a low density of particles: predominantly a plasma of hydrogen and helium, as well as electromagnetic radiation, magnetic fields, and neutrinos. Observations have now recently proven that it also contains dark matter and dark energy. The baseline temperature, as set by the background radiation left over from the Big Bang, is only 2.7 kelvin (K); in contrast, temperatures in the coronae of stars can reach over a million kelvin. Plasma with an extremely low density (less than one hydrogen atom per cubic meter) and high temperature (millions of kelvin) in the space between galaxies accounts for most of the baryonic (ordinary) matter in outer space; local concentrations have condensed into stars and galaxies. Intergalactic space takes up most of the volume of the Universe, but even galaxies and star systems consist almost entirely of empty space. There is no firm boundary where space begins. However the Kármán line, at an altitude of 100 km (62 mi) above sea level, is conventionally used as the start of outer space for the purpose of space treaties and aerospace records keeping. The framework for international space law was established by the Outer Space Treaty, which was passed by the United Nations in 1967. This treaty precludes any claims of national sovereignty and permits all states to explore outer space freely. In 1979, the Moon Treaty made the surfaces of objects such as planets, as well as the orbital space around these bodies, the jurisdiction of the international community. Additional resolutions regarding the peaceful uses of outer space have been drafted by the United Nations, but these have not precluded the deployment of weapons into outer space, including the live testing of anti-satellite weapons. Humans began the physical exploration of space during the 20th century with the advent of high-altitude balloon flights, followed by the development of single and multi-stage rocket launchers. Earth orbit was first achieved by Yuri Gagarin of the Soviet Union in 1961 and unmanned spacecraft have since reached all of the known planets in the Solar System. Achieving low Earth orbit requires a minimum velocity of 28,100 km/h (17,500 mph), much faster than any conventional aircraft. Outer space represents a challenging environment for human exploration because of the dual hazards of vacuum and radiation. Microgravity has a deleterious effect on human physiology, resulting in muscle atrophy and bone loss. Space travel has so far been limited to low Earth orbit and the Moon for manned flight, and the vicinity of the Solar System for unmanned; the remainder of outer space remains inaccessible to humans other than by passive observation with telescopes. Transformers fare better in the empty vacuum, but the vast distances involved usually necessitate the use of specialized vessels such as starships to travel from one place to another. Some Transformers, however, have alternate modes designed for space flight.
  • Outer space, often simply called space, refers to the relatively empty regions of the universe outside the atmospheres of celestial bodies.
  • Outer Space is a song that appears in the leaked demo of Steal This Album! (Known colloquially as Toxicity ll)
  • Outer Space is the Extra world featuring in BEG extra, ADV Extra and EXP extra
  • Outer space refers to the large void which occupies the empty areas of the sky, outside of the boundaries of the Earth's personal space. The physical study of outer space is referred to as astrology (not to be confused with astronomology, an unrelated pseudo-science which centres around predicting the future). What may or may not exist outside of the boundaries of our atmosphere remains a mystery, although astrologers have made some major breakthroughs in recent years. Outer space was, ostensibly, discovered by the first human ever, given how hard it would be to overlook such a monstrosity. Outer space has been directly responsible for upsetting the ideologies of physical science on several occasions. In one instance, findings directly related to outer space led to a new theory that the Earth is not, in fact, shaped like a pancake as previously believed, but more like a roughly spherical ball of pancakes (known as the Pancake-ball Earth Theory among proponents of the idea). Recent scientific studies show that outer space may be, despite appearances, only about four feet deep; however, such an idea is the equivalence of heresy in the scientific community, and thus is not well known. Along with the physical study, other fields of study related to outer space include space travel, satellite communications, and garbage disposal.
  • In many cases, outer space can represent mystery, secrecy, etc. The color black is often regarded as representing evil. In the Western world, many people wear black to funerals to show mourning.
  • Deep Space is located at slot 16 in each solar system as of version 0.78. It is used for expeditions and cannot be colonized.
  • The Outer Space Room is an interior decorator house in Nintendogs. It is the most expensive house in all of Nintendogs, as it costs $100,000.
  • Traveling Matt discovered the once-fabled Outer Space in the first episode of Fraggle Rock, "Beginnings," and has since spent much time exploring it. He regularly sends postcards detailing his adventures to his nephew Gobo. Matt misinterprets everything he sees in Outer Space. For example, in the episode The Garden Plot, Traveling Matt believes people roller blading and skateboarding are Silly Creatures who have evolved wheels on their feet. He sometimes believes that creatures that live in Fraggle Rock, like Gorgs for instance, also live in Outer Space. Traveling Matt also often visits famous sights, such as Buckingham Palace. He also visits normal, everyday locations like subways and schools. He still, however, misinterprets everything. At Free Comic Book Day 2010, Red Fraggle mentioned Mokey had wondered whether the Silly Creatures had an Outer Space to their own Outer Space. (YouTube)
  • Outer Space only appears in F-Zero GX and F-Zero AX. While made specifically for AX, the AX tracks are unlockable in GX via winning all 4 cups on Master difficulty, meaning this track features in both games. This track is infamous for its ice lanes.
  • Outer Space is a location in Super Paper Mario. It is the primary setting for Chapter 4 and the main setting for Chapter 4-1.
  • Outer Space is a challenge in the Fallout: New Vegas add-on Old World Blues.
  • Outer Space was the twelfth episode of Power Rangers Planet Savior.
  • Outer Space is the area where all the Planets, stars, Galaxies, etc. are located. All the objects and the Universe are also there. Some of these objects include: Asteroids, Meteoroids, Comets, Nabulae, Space "Junk", Space Stations, Sattellites, Radiation, and Ion/Solar Waves. There are known worlds known to have other life. It was also archived that Warp Pipes were able to be built in space by the Warp Pipe Corporation.
  • In 1866, Clara Clayton came down with diphtheria and was quarantined for three months. Her father, Daniel Clayton, placed a telescope by her bed, igniting her love in astronomy and science. In the 1870s, Daniel Clayton tried to introduce Clara to young men from good families, but she was always reading From the Earth to the Moon and other Jules Verne novels, so the relationships never worked out. In 1885, Clara discussed with Doc their mutual love for Jules Verne novels, and they viewed the stars through Clara's telescope. In 1955, Otis Peabody and his family mistook Marty McFly for an alien from outer space and the DeLorean time machine for a spaceship. Later that year, Marty watched The Honeymooners episode "The Man From Space" on the Baines family's television set. Marty later pretended to be an alien from the planet Vulcan, in order to scare his future father, George McFly, into asking his mother, Lorraine Baines McFly, to the Enchantment Under the Sea dance. In 1967, Biff Tannen mistook a flying craft, built by Doc to observe the Comet Kahooey, for a spaceship. In 1985, George published a novel inspired by his teenage experience with an alien, titled A Match Made in Space. In 1992, Doc went into space to fix a satellite, in exchange for free premium cable service. In 1993, Doc hung a photograph of himself, holding a chicken drumstick in outer space, in his chicken restaurant. In 2091, Marta McFly ran the McFly Space Center. Her solar sail ship, the MSC Marty, was sabotaged by Ziff Tannen. The ship was saved by Jules and Verne Brown, who traveled into the future to save their parents, who were aboard the ship at the time.
  • Outer Space is a Season 2 episode of The Mr. Men Show.
  • Outer space is "the area above an altitude of approximately 100 km."
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