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Song Ji Hyo Sports Shocking New Hair Cut On Running Man’s New Episode

Song Ji Hyo is being linked to her co-star Kim Jong Kook. Song Ji Hyo shocked fans with her recent transformation before the Running Man Episode 28 release. Last week, SBS shared a sneak peek of Running Man’s 581st episode, which was already released on Sunday. Titled, Nostradamus reviving in the worldview of Running Man, the episode’s short clip showed the members coming up with their 1990s get up.
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Running Man Episode 582 Release Date, Spoilers, Plot, Countdown, Watch Online UK, USA, Australia, and India

The Running Man Episode 582 release date has been confirmed and the show will hit our screen next month. In the next episode, we will be seeing Lee Kwang Soo’s last time, before he steps down. To get more information on the Running Man Episode 582 release date, spoilers, plot, countdown, and watch online, continue to read the article.
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Viewers react to Song Ji Hyo's short haircut displayed on 'Running Man' and question her stylist's decisions

Viewers are reacting to Song Ji Hyo's short haircut displayed on TV. On the latest installment of SBS's 'Running Man', Song Ji Hyo showed off her ultra short, pixy haircut to the viewers who, along with the cast members, commented on the new style. Although Song Ji Hyo had tried many styles in the past, this drastic change was a surprise to many. It was considered a bold move even by her colleagues.
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Hubble Witnesses Bright Shock Wave of Colliding Gases in Running Man Nebula

Mounded, luminous clouds of gas and dust glow in this Hubble image of a Herbig-Haro object known as HH 45. Herbig-Haro objects are a rarely seen type of nebula that occurs when hot gas ejected by a newborn star collides with the gas and dust around it at hundreds of miles per second, creating bright shock waves. In this image, blue indicates ionized oxygen (O II) and purple shows ionized magnesium (Mg II). Researchers were particularly interested in these elements because they can be used to identify shocks and ionization fronts.
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Hubble Spots a Pulsing Stellar Jet in Running Man Nebula That Stretches Over 11 Trillion Miles Through Space

A jet from a newly formed star flares into the shining depths of reflection nebula NGC 1977 in this Hubble image. The jet (the orange object at the bottom center of the image) is being emitted by the young star Parengo 2042, which is embedded in a disk of debris that could give rise to planets. The star powers a pulsing jet of plasma that stretches over two light-years (11,757,250,740,000 miles) through space, bending to the north in this image. The gas of the jet has been ionized until it glows by the radiation of a nearby star, 42 Orionis. This makes it particularly useful to researchers because its outflow remains visible under the ionizing radiation of nearby stars. Typically the outflow of jets like this would only be visible as it collided with surrounding material, creating bright shock waves that vanish as they cool.
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Film Preview: Michigan’s Counter run game, stingy man coverage, and methodical passing attack

The Ohio State Buckeyes will travel up north to take on their rival in the Michigan Wolverines this week and we’re here once again here to breakdown some of their bread and butter concepts as well as look at how the Buckeyes can attack them. With an unfortunate year off from the greatest rivalry in sports, it is exciting to be breaking the Wolverines down as an opponent. After a dismantling of Michigan State, the Buckeyes will look to make a final regular season statement and ruin the lives of people from Michigan again, but before you guys read all those articles tomorrow, let’s see what the Wolverines do on both sides of the ball.
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Hubble witnesses shock wave of colliding gases in Running Man Nebula

Mounded, luminous clouds of gas and dust glow in this Hubble image of a Herbig-Haro object known as HH 45. Herbig-Haro objects are a rarely seen type of nebula that occurs when hot gas ejected by a newborn star collides with the gas and dust around it at hundreds of miles per second, creating bright shock waves. In this image, blue indicates ionized oxygen (O II) and purple shows ionized magnesium (Mg II). Researchers were particularly interested in these elements because they can be used to identify shocks and ionization fronts.
ASTRONOMY
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Hubble spots a swift stellar jet in Running Man Nebula

A jet from a newly formed star flares into the shining depths of reflection nebula NGC 1977 in this Hubble image. The jet (the orange object at the bottom center of the image) is being emitted by the young star Parengo 2042, which is embedded in a disk of debris that could give rise to planets. The star powers a pulsing jet of plasma that stretches over two light-years through space, bending to the north in this image. The gas of the jet has been ionized until it glows by the radiation of a nearby star, 42 Orionis. This makes it particularly useful to researchers because its outflow remains visible under the ionizing radiation of nearby stars. Typically the outflow of jets like this would only be visible as it collided with surrounding material, creating bright shock waves that vanish as they cool.
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