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Learn about how much you can say with simple noises called vocal bursts; why you might keep hearing about the Kepler Space Telescope even though it’s retired; and how you can find out where your house would’ve been on Pangaea.
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- Scientists Have Created an Audio Map of Emotions Using Only Noises — https://curiosity.im/2GXuYWv
- This Is the Kepler Space Telescope's Final Image — https://curiosity.im/2tuLndn
- Find Out Where Your House Would Have Been on Pangaea — https://curiosity.im/2tuw9oH
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