Astrophysics

Hi.
Is there any reason why the cow did not burn up on reentry after jumping over the moon?

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Probably cause the steaks weren’t high enough.

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Bottle that response Pete :+1::+1::+1::+1:

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Do we know that it did actually re-enter?

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It was a leap of faith.

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I think you’re milking it now

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There is a hypothesis in the world of cosmology that it is now an extreme trans-Neptunian object.
Apparently something with the mass of the average cow is causing gravitional waves. These have been detected by the two Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatories in the USA.
The James Webb telescope has captured a blured image of something with what appears to be a flower in its mouth. The Atacama Large Millimeter Array (ALMA) , radio telescope, has picked up signals from the object. The signal is “dearhearts”

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Hello dear hearts. :grin:

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Is that the girl that’s on the front of ‘Atom Heart Mother’?

Cows are really big . You just wouldn’t believe how big they really are. Look, you might think, looking at a pony, that it’s sizeable enough, but that’s nothing compared to cows.

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To be joined by the escaped flying pig from the Animals tour?

N.E.O (Near Earth Orbit) featured the signal in their song ‘Trans-Neptunian Object.’

That escaped inflatable pig was a serious thing - I’m pretty sure that it floated into the flightpath for Heathrow and caused take-offs and landings to be cancelled.

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