Move over ‘spider paws’! The Gooty Sapphire Tarantula’s galactic colors are stunning.
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Devon answers YOUR questions on Facebook LIVE during a Q&A on September 20, 2017
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14 billion years ago, the universe as we know it didn’t exist. It was smaller than an atom and more hot and dense than anything we could imagine and then…BANG! The Big Bang, in less than a second, the most fantastic mess of all…