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Lost Charles Darwin fossils rediscovered

The fossil plants are polished into thin, translucent sheets

The fossils, lost for some 165 years, were found by chance in the vaults of the British Geological Survey HQ near Keyworth, UK.

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100,000 feet! | Video from Outer Space

Father and Son Launch iPhone Into Space

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Dr. Magnus Pyke | Visionary?

Magnus Alfred Pyke (Paddington, London, 29 December 1908 – 19 October 1992)

Dr. Pyke was a British scientist and media figure, who, although apparently quite eccentric and playing up to the mad scientist stereotype, succeeded in explaining science to a lay audience. He was known for his enthusiastic way of waving his arms around as he spoke.
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The International Space Station

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Space shuttle Endeavour lands at Kennedy Space Centre in Florida

Space shuttle Endeavour lands at Kennedy Space Centre in Florida

Artists's rendering of the completed international space station

Luna | the friendly Killer whale

biglunaI just watched a documentary today called “Saving Luna”. It tells the beautiful tale of a young Orca whale who somehow lost his pod while migrating in the Pacific Ocean. L-98, as the scientists called him, ended up veering off into an area on Canada’s Pacific Northwest called Nootka Sound.
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