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Comet Lovejoy shot from International Space Station
 

Comet Lovejoy shot from International Space Station

 Space  26th December 2011 | Author: mat

International Space Station Commander Dan Burbank captured spectacular imagery of Comet Lovejoy from about 240 miles above the Earth.

New Surface tablet by Microsoft
 

New Surface tablet by Microsoft

 Technology  19th June 2012 | Author: mat

Microsoft just revealed a tablet of their own that seems to have quite a number of advantages when compared with competitors.

Teenager discovered a new way to detect cancer
 

Teenager discovered a new way to detect cancer

 Environment and health  12th November 2013 | Author: mat

A new short documentary about a 16-year-old teenage wonder, who came up with a completely new method to detect pancreatic cancer.

A never seen before cat on camera in Himalayas
 

A never seen before cat on camera in Himalayas

 Science and nature  30th October 2012 | Author: mat

A sneaky, thick-furred Pallas cat has been caught in the Himalayan Kingdom of Bhutan for the very first time, how great is that?

HP TouchPad from $99 in HP's Ebay store
 

HP TouchPad from $99 in HP's Ebay store

 Technology  7th December 2011 | Author: mat

HP is going to revive the TouchPad sale on their Ebay Store on December 11th at 6:00PM Central time.

Take a dive into the Ocean with Google Street View
 

Take a dive into the Ocean with Google Street View

 Science and nature  27th September 2012 | Author: TheDude

Google Street View Maps expanded into the ocean. You can now explore beautiful reefs and swim with exotic underwater creatures without getting wet.

Mars Might Contain Enough Water for Future Explorers
 

Mars Might Contain Enough Water for Future Explorers

 Space  27th September 2013 | Author: Spaceman

NASA's Curiosity rover stumbled upon a dirt which may contain enough water for the future Mars explorers to extract it from.

The biggest lab on wheels landed on Mars
 

The biggest lab on wheels landed on Mars

 Science and nature  6th August 2012 | Author: mat

Rover Curiosity, the biggest laboratory on wheels, successfully landed on the Red Planet's deepest crater called Gale and you can follow it on Twitter and Facebook as well.

Neutrinos are not faster than light, CERN admits
 

Neutrinos are not faster than light, CERN admits

 Science and nature  8th June 2012 | Author: mat

In the latest news, CERN admits that their claim to have caught neutrinos breaking the speed of light is faulty.

Instagram photos of NY Yankees on Getty Images
 

Instagram photos of NY Yankees on Getty Images

 Interesting  8th March 2012 | Author: TheDude

You can actually buy portraits of New York Yankees baseball players taken with a the most popular iPhone photo sharing app Instagram.

Humans carry fifth of Neanderthal's genetic code
 

Humans carry fifth of Neanderthal's genetic code

 Science and nature  31st January 2014 | Author: mat

Due to sexual encounters between Neanderthals and our direct ancestors we carry quite a fair chunk of Neanderthal's genome.

The life on Earth may have originated from Mars
 

The life on Earth may have originated from Mars

 Space  29th August 2013 | Author: Spaceman

Breaking news! New studies suggest that life on Earth may have actually started on Mars, can you image how?

First ever private space flight happening right now
 

First ever private space flight happening right now

 Space  25th May 2012 | Author: mat

Space Exploration Technologies, a private space company launched a rocket couple a days ago, and sent its Dragon space capsule to dock on the International Space Station.

Scientists have discovered a new human body part
 

Scientists have discovered a new human body part

 Science and nature  6th November 2013 | Author: mat

This sounds pretty amazing if not impossible, but the scientists revealed they found a new, previously unknown body part in the human knee.

Pale octopus and other new species found
 

Pale octopus and other new species found

 Science and nature  4th January 2012 | Author: mat

Various new species found in deep sea near Antarctica, living in temperatures of 752F.

Satellite for less than $1,000
 

Satellite for less than $1,000

 Science and nature  24th April 2013 | Author: podtalje

NASA has launched three smartphones into orbit as part of a low-budget, experimental satellite program to prove that a satellite can be built for less than $1,000 using off the shelf equipment.

 
   
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