Category: SCI/TECH

Oct 30, 2018

There’s an Annual Light Festival in Prague and It Looks Amazing

There’s an Annual Light Festival in Prague and It Looks Amazing

The SIGNAL Festival of Lights is the largest cultural event in the Czech Republic

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Oct 23, 2018

NASA Scientists Find Perfectly Rectangular Iceberg in Antarctica

NASA Scientists Find Perfectly Rectangular Iceberg in Antarctica

Tabular iceberg designed by nature

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Oct 9, 2018

The Best Photos, Videos, and Timelapses from SpaceX’s Launch Over LA

The Best Photos, Videos, and Timelapses from SpaceX’s Launch Over LA

On Oct. 7th, SpaceX’s Falcon 9 sent Argentina’s SAOCOM 1A satellite into orbit and then returned home

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Sep 27, 2018

Alexander Gerst Captured Some Incredible Shots of Typhoon Trami from Space

Alexander Gerst Captured Some Incredible Shots of Typhoon Trami from Space

The ESA astronaut is currently serving as Station Commander for ISS Expedition 57

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Sep 18, 2018

A Billionaire is Taking 8 Artists Around the Moon for Free to Inspire Them

A Billionaire is Taking 8 Artists Around the Moon for Free to Inspire Them

Yusaku Maezawa bought the first SpaceX flight around the moon and is taking a group of artists with him

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Sep 13, 2018

Hurricane Florence Looks Terrifying from Space (11 Photos)

Hurricane Florence Looks Terrifying from Space (11 Photos)

At roughly 400 miles/640 km in diameter, Hurricane Florence is downright scary

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Aug 30, 2018

When Your Name Is Too Rude for a Website’s Algorithm

When Your Name Is Too Rude for a Website’s Algorithm

The phenomenon is so common there’s even a name for it, the ‘Scunthorpe problem’

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