A giant in space?

Not so much.

A giant on earth?

Not quite.

But a giant in a universe that’s filled with the same kind of things.

In space, a space station is nothing more than a giant vacuum cleaner that carries around enough vacuum to blow off a town in a few hours.

It’s not a place that makes any sense, so how do we know that?

There’s the space station itself, but even there, the space that the station orbits is made of matter that has no shape or size whatsoever.

It looks like a vacuum cleaner, but is it?

That’s what you get when you use a vacuum to suck stuff in.

In this case, that’s what’s been sucking up all the stuff in the universe, including the planet we’re now in.

But what’s the big deal about it?

For starters, the Earth is an incredibly dense, rocky, and rocky planet that’s a little more than 7,000 miles (11,200 kilometers) across, making it the fourth-largest planet in the solar system.

That means that there’s a lot of stuff on the Earth that has an approximate mass of at least 1.2 Earth masses.

So the whole planet is crammed with stuff, and the space around it is filled with stuff.

But that’s not all.

The Earth’s atmosphere, which is made up mostly of carbon dioxide and nitrogen, is also made up of a lot more stuff.

As a result, the atmosphere is pretty thick.

If you had a bunch of balloons hanging out in space and you were to take one balloon with enough helium and a bunch more helium balloons and drop them in the atmosphere, the balloons would all get sucked into space.

The atmosphere is a big problem, though.

Even though the Earth’s surface is pretty flat, it’s not like it’s really flat.

In fact, if you take a balloon, you’ll wind up with a really weird and bumpy ball that just kind of floats around.

That’s because the atmosphere around the balloon is just dense enough to hold the balloon and all of its mass.

It doesn’t just contain the balloon’s mass.

The balloon also contains the stuff that makes up the balloon itself.

In other words, the balloon contains all the mass of the balloon, which means that the balloon has mass, too.

That mass is a lot bigger than the stuff on Earth.

The reason for this is that when the balloon blows up, all of the mass from the balloon that’s inside it will go up into the atmosphere.

That extra mass is called “space dust.”

It’s just stuff that has gone up into space from a huge impact on the planet.

The planet is so big that it’s like a huge black hole in the sky, but the atmosphere has an enormous gravitational pull on the planets surface.

In that way, the gravity of the planet is pulling all of that dust down on the earth, and so that stuff gets sucked in and falls into the planet’s atmosphere.

The gas that gets sucked into the Earth atmosphere is called the troposphere.

The troposphere is the atmosphere above the surface of the Earth.

When you go there, you see this huge hole in space between the Earth and the atmosphere that looks like the black hole of a black hole.

You can see that it looks like this because the hole is really big, and because it’s a hole that’s really large.

The air in the tropospheric layer of the atmosphere gets sucked out of the hole and into space, where it becomes the tropopause.

The way that this works is that the tropopsterosphere is very thin, so it has an extremely high density.

When it’s filled, it can hold about 50 percent of the earth’s mass, which doesn’t seem like a lot, but it’s enough for a large amount of stuff.

The water that gets stuck in the water vapor in the clouds in the equator is called a corona.

The corona is the part of space that has the largest density of water in the Universe.

The amount of water that’s trapped inside of a coronal mass ejection is called an ionosphere.

Ionospheres are the part that you’ll see around the Earth when you look at the Sun.

They’re very thin.

They have just a little bit of water, and they’re actually part of the cloud that makes the Earth so hot.

When a cloud gets high enough in the Sun’s atmosphere and high enough above the Earth, the water in it gets sucked up into this massive cloud that is the ionosphere, and it just sticks to the ground and forms the atmosphere we see in the night sky.

It also gets sucked off the ground by the winds and rains that we see during the day.

The ocean is a giant part of this system, too, because the water that is trapped in the ocean gets sucked down into the ocean by the wind and rain. And