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Towering Rock Once Hidden Beneath Earth Seen from Space

5 days agoHumor / odd : The Sideshow

It's no wonder this abrupt landform is the center of a Navajo legend involving a giant bird that turned to stone — it's impossible to look at the sheer cliffs without wondering what created them. A new view of Shiprock from space offers a few hints. Show More Summary

Let's bow down to this garden wedding with the crop top wedding dress of our dreams

Amani and Josh, Broadway actress and sound guru respectively, are creative forces who put together one hell of a backyard-style garden wedding. The wedding was held in one of Austin's most interesting venue spaces, Lady Bird JohnsonShow More Summary

Scientists use satellites to count endangered birds from space

Albatrosses, one of the most iconic but also one of the most threatened groups of birds on the planet, are difficult to study in part because they breed on some of the world's remotest and most inaccessible islands. Scientists have now...Show More Summary

Sports anchor Rob Fukuzaki parts with his bird's-eye Valley view

Rob Fukuzaki, weekday sports anchor at KABC-TV, has sold his Sherman Oaks home for $1.445 million. The Spanish contemporary contains about 4,100 square feet of living space and sits on close to 8,700 square feet of land. A pair of striking round windows on the second and third floors, set above...

More Than Ever, Geaorgia’s Beach-Nesting Birds Need Their Space

Nesting season is on for Georgia’s beach-nesting birds and the loss of key sites to Hurricane Matthew last year has increased the need to avoid their nests. This post More Than Ever, Geaorgia’s Beach-Nesting Birds Need Their Space appeared first on Shooting Sports News.

Third Bird Becomes Early Bird

New incarnation of the space opens Thursday. And just like that, Third Bird (and for a fleeting moment, Bearcat) became Early Bird Mpls. today. The Loring Park spot from prolific restauranteur Kim Bartmann softly opened for breakfast...Show More Summary

Moving and shaking in Friday’s Food News

Closing, Moving, Revamping, Oh My! Kim Bartmann is hoping that the three will be the magic number for her space on Harmon Place. After The Third Bird gave way to Bearcat for about five minutes this year, Dan DeBaun of Minneapolis / St. Show More Summary

The International Space Station Will Soon Help Track Bird and Insect Migration

75 percent of small birds and bugs are too small to track globally. The ICARUS initiative will change that.

Tennessee Bird Flu Outbreak Prompts Protest in Hazmat Suits

Diseases run rampant when animals are confined to filthy, enclosed spaces—which these repeated avian flu outbreaks prove. The post Tennessee Bird Flu Outbreak Prompts Protest in Hazmat Suits appeared first on PETA.

Intuit’s sleek new Building 20 helps save area birds’ lives

The tech giant shares space with wet marsh lands Noted as one of the most bird-friendly structures in Silicon Valley, Intuit’s new Building 20, which opened in late 2016, adds a much-needed contemporary touch to the campus while creating...Show More Summary

The battle to save Bangkok's 'Green Lung'

Leaping out from Bangkok's vast concrete sprawl is a kidney-shaped green space, home to hundreds of plant and bird species, and where cars are outnumbered by bicyles.

The battle to save Bangkok's 'Green Lung'

Leaping out from Bangkok's vast concrete sprawl is a kidney-shaped green space, home to hundreds of plant and bird species, and where cars are outnumbered by bicyles. But residents and campaigners fear the unique ecosystem and character of the city's so-called "Green Lung" is under threat as developers lure locals with lucrative land deals. Show More Summary

You can see penguin poop from space

3 months agoLifestyle / Fashion : AOL: Style

Penguins, the darlings of the frozen world, have quite a mess on their hands fins. Scientists track penguin colonies via satellite image, and they count how many birds are in certain groups by measuring the quantity of feces near them. Show More Summary

Plush Playboy Mansion Bar Henden Roosts in Griffintown Starting Tonight

Featuring lots of velvet Griffintown fried chicken newcomer Le Bird Bar expands tonight, with the addition of a full bar, Henden, in its basement. Henden was always in the plans for the double-level space, but took an extra couple of months to come to fruition. Show More Summary

Milky Way is Embedded in a Huge Halo of Stars --"That Travel Together Like Flocks of Birds"

A recent analysis of data for millions of stars from the Gaia space mission show that many stars in the halo that surrounds the Milky Way travel in groups.. Astronomers report their discovery today in the international journal Astronomy &...        

Free iOS Apps Today: Download Paid Apps for Free, January 30, 2017

Ready for the week? Here are free iOS apps to have a nice start. (Note: These apps are free as of this writing; they will go back at regular price anytime.) Paid apps gone free Angry Birds Space HD The #1 mobile game of all time blasts...Show More Summary

How The Last Guardian Makes You Care About A Bird Dog

The Last Guardian is a story about a boy and his giant monster friend, Trico. Using space, the game communicates a growing bond. How close are the two characters? When are they allowed to enter personal space? We examine how this relationship in this video. Read more...

Image: ISS transits the moon

Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it is the International Space Station as it flies in front of the moon as seen from ESA's space science centre near Madrid, Spain, on 14 January.

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4 months agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

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SpaceX fans capture launch from unique vantage point

4 months agoLifestyle / Fashion : AOL: Style

Three space enthusiasts took to the skies on Saturday, January 14th to observe SpaceX's long-anticipated comeback launch from a bird's eye view. Excited about the company's return to flight, aerospace entrepreneurs Amir Blachman, Ben Marcus and Van Espahbodi decided to fly by and witness the launch from the air. Show More Summary

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