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  • The first space probe ever to land on another planet was the Soviet Venera 7, which landed on Venus in 1970; Venera 9 sent back photos of the surfacebut it didnt have long to do it: The space probe melted after just sixty minutes on the hostile planet!

    George’s Cosmic Treasure Hunt

  • "I'd guess another thirty to sixty minutes on top of that for the programming and the fine-tuning of the charge on the catapult's capacitors."

    Angelmass

  • It's a great thing to be sixty minutes old, with nothing in the world except a blanket and an appetite, and the whole fight ahead of you; but it's pretty good, too, to be sixty years old, and a grandpop, with twenty years of fight left in you still.

    Old Gorgon Graham

  • In one study, they worked out an average of about sixty minutes daily compared to fifty-two minutes for the never-overweight group.

    The Life You Want

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