Mr. Smarty Pants Knows

How to keep your moons sparkling

Mr. Smarty Pants Knows
After the October Revolution, Rasputin's daughter Matryona (Maria) Rasputina (1898-1977) emigrated to France then to the U.S., working as a dancer and then as a tiger trainer in a Los Angeles circus.

Canada's Supreme Court recently imposed a ban on testimony obtained under hypnosis, ruling that it's not reliable.

Bees' four wings move at 11,400 strokes per minute. Bees fly an average of 15 mph.

Dallas' Laurel Land Cemetery's Pearl Harbor Monument is the largest memorial of its kind in the nation, outside of a national cemetery.

Particles spewed from Saturn's moon Enceladus are sandblasting neighboring moons, leaving them sparkly bright.
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