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Soccer player goes to black hole

Soccer is one of the most popular sports in the world. It is played on a field with two goals and players must work together to score. The World Cup is the most prestigious soccer tournament in the world.


The inhabitants of Uranus must find a new home when their sun starts dying, and eventually find themselves on a new planet with intelligent life. They must learn to coexist and accept that they are not alone in the universe.

A Space Story

As the world faces an impending apocalypse, a group of scientists refuse to stop their work in finding a solution, even when ordered by the president. Led by Dr. Jane Smith, the team must work quickly to find an answer before it's too late.

The man who went to mars

The planet Mars is named after the Roman god of war and is the fourth planet from the Sun. It is the second smallest planet in the Solar System and has two moons, Phobos and De imos. Mars has a very thin atmosphere and is red because of the iron oxide on its surface.

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Jupiter is the largest planet in our solar system and has the shortest day of any planet. It also has 64 moons, more than any other planet in our solar system. Jupiter is the fifth brightest object in the night sky and has a strong magnetic field.

Space Frontier

There are more galaxies in the universe than there are grains of sand on all the beaches on Earth. A black hole is so dense that all the mass of an object can be compressed into a

the infinite expanse

Linda is an astronaut who discovers a new planet. However, the planet is home to hostile creatures that threaten her life. Linda must find a way to escape the planet before she is captured or killed.


There are an estimated 100 billion planets in the Milky Way galaxy, and of those, there are an estimated 50 billion that are Earth-like. Of all the planets in the galaxy, there are an estimated 100 million that could support human life, 10,000 that are capable of sustaining human life, and 20 billion that are habitable for intelligent life.