Monday, July 24, 2017

The Gear You'll Need to View the Solar Eclipse, The Waterfall Capital of the World, Forgotten Warhol Found in Alice Cooper's Storage Locker and More

 
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This Is the Gear You Need to View the Upcoming Solar Eclipse
 
This Is the Gear You Need to View the Upcoming Solar Eclipse
 
 
Meet 10 Depression-Era Photographers Who Captured the Struggle of Rural America
 
Meet 10 Depression-Era Photographers Who Captured the Struggle of Rural America
 
 
Just 50 Miles From Niagara Falls Lies the True Waterfall Capital of the World
 
Just 50 Miles From Niagara Falls Lies the True Waterfall Capital of the World
 
 
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Meet the Man Who Chases Eclipses Around the World
 
 
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Meet the Man Who Chases Eclipses Around the World
 
 
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Forgotten Warhol Silkscreen Found in Alice Cooper's Storage Locker
 
Forgotten Warhol Silkscreen Found in Alice Cooper’s Storage Locker
 
 
Snooty, World's Oldest Captive Manatee, Dies in Accident
 
Snooty, World's Oldest Captive Manatee, Dies in Accident
 
 
World's Oldest Smiley Face May Decorate a Hittite Jug
 
World's Oldest Smiley Face May Decorate a Hittite Jug
 
 
After Three Decades, Microsoft Paint's Days May Be Drawing to a Close
 
After Three Decades, Microsoft Paint's Days May Be Drawing to a Close
 
 
Buckingham Palace Remembers Princess Diana With New Exhibit
 
Buckingham Palace Remembers Princess Diana With New Exhibit
 
 
Three Generations of Inuit Women Defy Exploitation by Visualizing Resilience and Love
 
Three Generations of Inuit Women Defy Exploitation by Visualizing Resilience and Love
 
 
The British Library Will Release Two New Books Inspired by
 
The British Library Will Release Two New Books Inspired by “Harry Potter”
 
 
Found: New Species of Ocean Sunfish, the World's Largest Bony Fish
 
Found: New Species of Ocean Sunfish, the World’s Largest Bony Fish
 
 
Today in History
 
On this day in 1911, during an expedition to Peru, archaeologist Hiram Bingham III found himself standing among the ruins of Machu Picchu. Bingham's account of finding the fabled Incan capital was heralded as the greatest discovery of the era. Read why archaeologists in Peru today contend that Bingham was not the first outsider to find the 15th-century Incan city's ruins.
 
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A couple of bike riders take the bike bridge home over the ping river in Chiang Mai, Thailand, that connects two villages.
 
"River Bridge Crossing" Photo by Thomas Sweetman
 
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