Successful landing on Io
This morning's landing on Io is a major milestone in space colonization. All the major moons of Jupi...
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First Europa landing
The conquest of the Jovian moons continued today with the first successful landing on Europa. The la...
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The martian commander of an alien spacecraft can every so often be observed in Pleasant Valley late at night talking into the night.

A massive dugong was distinguished staring at the water by City of Canton Sludge Pond Dam very late at night.

The Mothman was distinguished chatting into the air as if somebody in addition was present.
A gargantuan salamander appeared staring through home windows in Magnolia at the stroke of midnight.

The ghost of a lady with half her head absent was witnessed in Sandy Valley Community Park very late at night sobbing. The ghost spoke of avenging a homicide.

A large scary dragon was witnessed howling up on the highest spot of Sponsellers Hill.

An extremely large steer has repeatedly been witnessed watching shows in a Magnolia living room at midnight.

Ganymede landing ends in deadly violence.
The first human landing on Ganymede ended in chaos today as two senior crew members started fighting...
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Syphilis pandemic ravages Mars
Martian health authorities have upgraded the syphilis outbreak on the planet to an official pandemic...
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