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Robotic crane
Can't quite reach the top shelf? This robotic crane will be more than happy to help picked by Bornbad 6 months ago
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Darwin's Dark Spider
Darwin's Dark Spider: One of 10 Incredible Species First Discovered in 2011. picked by Bornbad 6 months ago
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Balls
A 10-year study has revealed that the electron is very spherical indeed. picked by Bornbad 6 months ago
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Poof!
Dove body wash turns black women into white women... picked by suebe 6 months ago
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See-Through Frog
Bursting with eggs, a pregnant frog with see-through skin is one of five "lost" amphibian species recently rediscovered in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). picked by plurk 6 months ago
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planets
Hundreds of billions of planets the size of Jupiter are floating alone in space, or are so very far from their host stars that those stars aren't easily identifiable as associated with the planets picked by Bornbad 6 months ago
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ALH84001
THE ROCK FROM MARS: The famous rock from Mars, ALH84001, was ejected into space by an asteroid impact on Mars long ago. It traveled through space for ~16 million years, and finally landed in the Allan Hills ice field in Antarctica about 13,000 years ago picked by Bornbad 6 months ago
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Pygmy Seahorse
Pygmy Seahorse

Click the image for a gallery of odd ocean creatures. (gallery possibly NSFW due to images of copulating octopi, nudibranchs and conchs) picked by plurk 7 months ago
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the virus
The virus...A virus that could help you lose weight. picked by Bornbad 7 months ago
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Lunch!
Nancy Chan at Six Flags Discovery Kingdom in Vallejo, near San Francisco, California, caught these gorgeous images of Akasha, a two-year-old female Bengal tiger, at feeding time. picked by suebe 7 months ago
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Grab Your Gonads
Grab Your Gonads Testicle Self Exam Card picked by suebe 7 months ago
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Hubble's 21st anniversary
This image of two interacting galaxies, called Arp 273, has been released by the organization that operates the Hubble Space Telescope in celebration of the 21st anniversary of its launch into space. picked by plurk 7 months ago
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Glow
Marine biologist Alexander Semenov is a deep sea photographer who has built a stunningly beautiful collection of alien sea creatures only located in the hostile, icy depths of the far northern sea off the coast of Russia. picked by suebe 7 months ago
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View out of the cupola
Astronaut Tracy Caldwell Dyson looking out of the International Space Station's cupola.

Image by Colonel Douglas H. Wheelock/NASA. picked by plurk 7 months ago
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Centaurus Radio Jets Rising
Radio telescopes from the Australian Telescope Compact Array (ATCA) captured in front of a full Moon, with a radio image of Centaurus A superposed at its real angular size in the background. The Cen A radio jets are over a million light years long. picked by plurk 8 months ago
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Scientists journey into an active volcano crater
Scientists journey into an active volcano crater picked by Bornbad 8 months ago
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Star-forming complex called Rho Ophiuch
Here's a beautiful new image just released today from NASA's Wide-field Infrared Explorer, or WISE: the busy star-forming complex called Rho Ophiuch, which is one of the closest star-forming complexes to Earth. picked by Bornbad 8 months ago
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Desert long-eared bat
Desert long-eared bat picked by Bornbad 8 months ago
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Gravity Map
Earth. picked by suckersklub 8 months ago
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Pelagic Octopus
Pelagic Octopus

Photograph by Chris Newbert, Minden Pictures picked by Bornbad 9 months ago
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Double Eclipses on Jupiter
Because with Hubble's resolution, we could actually see one moon's shadow on another moon! picked by Bornbad 9 months ago
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Cosmic Commodities: How much is a new planet worth?
Cosmic Commodities: How much is a new planet worth? picked by Bornbad 9 months ago
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Lava lake in Nyiragongo crater
Research team photo essay of their journey to the Nyiragongo crater in one of the world's largest volcanos. picked by b2run 9 months ago
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Snowy bear
The Smithsonian has put up some 200,000 photographs of animals taken by dozens of motion-activated "camera traps" set up in around the world. picked by suebe 9 months ago
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,solar storm ,buffets ,Earth's ,magnetic field , Starts With a Bang!
A solar storm buffets Earth's magnetic field on Starts With a Bang! picked by Bornbad 9 months ago
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