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The photo of the son of Paula Echevarría and Miguel Torres in which his fans finally find him similar
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The photo of the son of Paula Echevarría and Miguel Torres in which his fans finally find him similar

Paula Echevarría and Miguel Torres have traveled to Marbella to enjoy a few days offThe couple has done it in the company of their son Miki, who has turned two monthsIn his first family pose, his fans have not been slow to draw physical resemblance to the babyAfter months without being able to leave the Community of Madrid due to the restrictions of the pandemic, Paula Echevarría Y Miguel Torres placeholder image have made their first getaway to Marbella, the destination they go to every summer. Although this time he has not been able to accompany them Daniella, the daughter of the actress with David BustamanteYes, they are being able to enjoy the first time in the sea with little Miki. The Asturian and the soccer player presented their baby at the hospital exit but now, two months after...
Eugenia Martínez de Irujo and her daughter Tana Rivera, like two drops of water: "You are identical"
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Eugenia Martínez de Irujo and her daughter Tana Rivera, like two drops of water: "You are identical"

The aristocrat's networks record the good relationship with her daughter, and her followers have found an "amazing" resemblance between themTana Rivera has always chosen to keep a low profile in the media keeping, for example, your social networks private. But there is something that has transcended: his good family harmony, especially with his mother, Eugenia Martínez de Irujo. When she turned 21 last October, her mother organized a surprise birthday party for him that ended with Tana between tears, very excited to see her appear with a cake. Eugenia has always been very proud of her daughter. "You have brought out the best in each house", has said on occasion. And recently he has made it clear that, in addition to that great relationship, they have an "astonishing" and unknown resemb...
Elsa Pataky poses with her mother and her followers say: "It’s two drops of water"
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Elsa Pataky poses with her mother and her followers say: "It’s two drops of water"

The United States, Australia and Germany are some of the countries that celebrate Mother's Day on the second Sunday of the yearElsa Pataky wanted to dedicate a few words to her mother Cristina for this special dayThe Spanish actress has also been the recipient of another congratulation, that of her husband Chris Hemsworth, who has posted a photo of her carrying her three childrenThis Sunday (the second of the month of May) the Mother's Day was celebrated in some countries such as the United States, Germany or Australia. Our most international celebrities have taken advantage of this special occasion to pay tribute to their parents, wives and daughters through their social networks. The Kardashians, Will Smith, Mariah Carey, Miley Cyrus, Orlando Bloom, the Obamas or Natalie Portman are ju...
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This Photo of Curiosity Is Real! Here's Why NASA Uses Zip Ties on Mars Rovers

Have you heard the one about NASA spending millions to develop a pen that would write in space, while the Soviet Union used pencils?Well, that story is a big fat myth, but the refrain 'simple is best' isn't wrong. For example, to secure any loose cables, pipes, or even equipment on Mars rovers, NASA does indeed use zip ties - quite similar to the ones you can buy at the hardware store.  This fact recently bemused our Instagram fans, with many deciding that the photo of Curiosity's worn-down wheels we recently published was fake - due to some zip ties clearly visible in the shot.This isn't the first time the internet has been enthralled with NASA's use of zip ties, either. Back when Perseverance landed on the red planet in February, there was a similar wave of surprise sloshing across soci...
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Fascinating Infograph Shows What Rain Is Like Elsewhere in The Solar System

Precipitation is much more widespread throughout the Solar System than commonly assumed. Obviously it rains water on Earth. But it snows carbon dioxide on Mars, rains methane on Titan, sulfuric acid on Venus, and could potentially rain diamonds on Neptune.  The type of material falling out of the sky is almost as varied as the planets themselves. New research from a team led by Kaitlyn Loftus at Harvard found a similarity for all of the liquid materials that constitute rain throughout the Solar System – all of the drops, no matter the material, are roughly the same size.There are two main causes for this: small raindrops evaporate while large raindrops separate into smaller ones. To determine what those levels might be, the scientists looked at what size droplets could be on planets simil...
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The 'One Who Causes Fear': Fierce New Dinosaur Predator Unearthed in Patagonia

A dig in Argentina has unearthed a previously undiscovered species of dinosaur, and the tyrannosaur-like predator has been given a name to suit what we know about it so far: Llukalkan aliocranianus, or 'one who causes fear'.  Able to grow as long as an elephant, and with sharp teeth and a powerful bite, L. aliocranianus would undoubtedly have been a fearsome sight for any other creature that happened across it during the Late Cretaceous period, which leads up to the extinction of the dinosaurs 66 million years ago.The new species is an abelisaurid, though one that probably had better hearing (similar to a modern-day crocodile) than the other nine species in the family found so far. The dinosaur also had huge claws in its feet, and a keen sense of smell, researchers say.Artist's impression...
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Enceladus Could Have Ocean Currents Similar to Those on Earth

Deep beneath its icy crust, the dark waters of Enceladus may be swirling.According to a new analysis of the layer of ice covering the Saturnian moon's global oceans, currents very similar to Earth's appear to be flowing there. If so, this means that Enceladus's oceans may not be homogeneous after all.  Enceladus doesn't give up its secrets easily. Our first good look at it came in 1981, when Voyager 2 passed through on its way to the outer Solar System. The probe's images revealed a small ball of highly reflective ice, just 500 kilometers (310 miles) across, pocked with craters and scarred with long cracks and mountain ranges, suggestive of geological activity.Then, in 2010, a huge surprise: Saturn probe Cassini discovered geysers of liquid water spraying from fractures in the icy shell o...