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Here Are The Horrible Ways You'd Die If You Brought A Piece Of The Sun Back To Earth

With all the fascinating planets in our solar system, it sometimes feels like the Sun gets overlooked. The Sun is amazing! People still worship the Sun, and that actually makes a certain amount of sense. So, what would happen if you took a small piece of the Sun and brought it back to Earth? Well, whoever's left would have new reasons to worship the Sun. More »      
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