Thursday, September 8, 2016

The Brains Behind Star Trek, 12 New Must-See Museum Exhibitions, The Hidden Beauty of Deconstructed Devices and More

 
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These Photos of Deconstructed Devices Reveal Their Hidden Beauty
 
These Photos of Deconstructed Devices Reveal Their Hidden Beauty
 
 
These 12 New Museum Exhibitions Are Fall Must-Sees
 
These 12 New Museum Exhibitions Are Fall Must-Sees
 
 
Remembering 9/11, From a Scrawled Note to a Scrap of Fuselage
 
Remembering 9/11, From a Scrawled Note to a Scrap of Fuselage
 
 
Delayed InSight Mission to Mars Slated to Launch in 2018
 
Delayed InSight Mission to Mars Slated to Launch in 2018
 
 
Why the U.S. Is Pledging Millions to Clean Up Bombs in Laos
 
Why the U.S. Is Pledging Millions to Clean Up Bombs in Laos
 
 
The Brains Behind Star Trek
 
The Brains Behind Star Trek
 
 
Celebrate 50 Years of International Literacy Day With the British Library
 
Celebrate 50 Years of International Literacy Day With the British Library
 
 
The Musical Lineup for the Opening of the African American History Museum Is Announced and It's Great
 
The Musical Lineup for the Opening of the African American History Museum Is Announced and It's Great
 
 
The Forgotten Black Women Mathematicians Who Helped Send Astronauts to Space
 
The Forgotten Black Women Mathematicians Who Helped Send Astronauts to Space
 
 
Five Times Aleppo Was the Center of the World's Attention
 
Five Times Aleppo Was the Center of the World’s Attention
 
 
Starship Enterprise: The Extended Mission
 
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Starship Enterprise: The Extended Mission
 
 
Your Brain Is Full of Magnetic Minerals, and You Might Not Like the Reason Why
 
Your Brain Is Full of Magnetic Minerals, and You Might Not Like the Reason Why
 
 
Watch OSIRIS-REx Head to the Cosmos to Grab a Scoop of Asteroid Dust
 
Watch OSIRIS-REx Head to the Cosmos to Grab a Scoop of Asteroid Dust
 
 
The Story of a Resurrected Antiviral Could Hold Lessons for Combating Zika
 
The Story of a Resurrected Antiviral Could Hold Lessons for Combating Zika
 
 
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In 1966, "Star Trek" made its debut on NBC. Captain Kirk, Mr. Spock and crew only had a three-year television go, but 50 years later, the series and its progeny still blazes a trail for scientists, thinkers and dreamers alike. Travel through time with an oral history of the creation of the iconic program.
 
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Tree house in the woods.    I was traveling to bangalore india for a week trip to visit some of my friends. from there we go for a sunrise view at the Nandi Hills in bangalore it is about 2000feet height, a wonderful fogy hill in the city.
 
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