Friday, September 16, 2016

A Stargazing Triple Threat This Weekend, 3,000-Year-Old Burnt Cheese, See the Biggest Mammals in America and More

 
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This Weekend's Stargazing Triple Threat: Harvest Moon, Eclipse and Possible Supermoon
 
This Weekend's Stargazing Triple Threat: Harvest Moon, Eclipse and Possible Supermoon
 
 
Earliest Evidence of Indigo Dye Found at Ancient Peruvian Burial Site
 
Earliest Evidence of Indigo Dye Found at Ancient Peruvian Burial Site
 
 
Why Rare Hawaiian Monk Seals Are Lining Up to Get Their Shots
 
Why Rare Hawaiian Monk Seals Are Lining Up to Get Their Shots
 
 
Life Bounced Back After the Dinosaurs Perished
 
Life Bounced Back After the Dinosaurs Perished
 
 
Saplings From the 9/11 Survivor Tree Are Headed to Paris, San Bernardino and Orlando
 
Saplings From the 9/11 Survivor Tree Are Headed to Paris, San Bernardino and Orlando
 
 
Archaeologists Find Ancient Pot With Traces of 3,000-Year-Old Burnt Cheese
 
Archaeologists Find Ancient Pot With Traces of 3,000-Year-Old Burnt Cheese
 
 
Ancient Oyster Shells Are Windows to the Past
 
Ancient Oyster Shells Are Windows to the Past
 
 
American Safaris: Where to See the Biggest Mammals in the U.S.
 
American Safaris: Where to See the Biggest Mammals in the U.S.
 
 
The U.S. Government Is Suing for a Set of Lighthouse Lenses
 
The U.S. Government Is Suing for a Set of Lighthouse Lenses
 
 
Obama Declares the First Atlantic Ocean National Marine Monument
 
Obama Declares the First Atlantic Ocean National Marine Monument
 
 
The Woman in the Iconic V-J Day Kiss Photo Died at 92, Here's Her Story
 
The Woman in the Iconic V-J Day Kiss Photo Died at 92, Here's Her Story
 
 
The Oldest Lighthouse in the United States Just Celebrated 300 Years of Service
 
The Oldest Lighthouse in the United States Just Celebrated 300 Years of Service
 
 
You Could Own F. Scott Fitzgerald's House
 
You Could Own F. Scott Fitzgerald’s House
 
 
You'll Want to Sit on Guggenheim's Latest Piece, an 18-Karat Golden Toilet
 
You’ll Want to Sit on Guggenheim’s Latest Piece, an 18-Karat Golden Toilet
 
 
Find Out Why Boudin Is Louisiana's Most Famous Sausage
 
Find Out Why Boudin Is Louisiana's Most Famous Sausage
 
 
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Commuters on the London Underground are communicating. They are not communicating with each other, but across the world from their cell like positions on the platform.
 
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