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Hooray For Earth Break Up

Hooray For Earth have announced their breakup. The New York indie-rockers opened for the Pains Of Being Pure At Heart last night at Glasslands, and a few hours before the show they tweeted that it would be their last performance. heyall – tonight's show will be the last Hooray For Earth show ever. XO HFE [...]

Say Hello To An Astronaut In Space With This Amazing App

Italian astronaut Samantha Cristoferetti is currently aboard the International Space Station, orbiting Earth at more than 16,000 miles per hour. Ten years ago, it would have been impossible for Cristoferetti to regularly communicateShow More Summary

Yesterday's Student Protests Show How Lame the Left Has Become

What on earth has happened to the student socialist movement in Britain? It’s not even 4 in the afternoon and within two hours of the so called "largest event of its time" since tuition fees were raised four years ago, Parliament Square is virtually empty. Show More Summary

This Is the First Image Sent Back to Earth By Rosetta's Lander Philae

2 weeks agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

We're less than two hours away from one of the most exciting moments in space exploration in years : Rosetta's lander, Philae, will touch down on the comet 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko. It's still making its way down to the comet, but the little lander that could just sent back its first image after seperation—and it's amazing, if a little blurry. Read more...

Princess Leia Walks In NYC For 10 Hours, Gets Harassed By Almost Everyone From 'Star Wars'

When Princess Leia took a 10-hour stroll around New York City recently, “wearing a simple white dress with her hair in space buns,” she discovered the earthly city to be a wretched hive of scum and villainy. In this “Star Wars”-themed...Show More Summary

Philae landing preview: What to expect on landing day

Earth's first-ever landing on a comet is a week away. On November 12 at 8:35 UT, Philae will separate from Rosetta. Seven hours later, it will arrive at the surface of the comet. Hopefully, Philae will survive the landing, and begin to return data.

Solar eclipse as seen from space

4 weeks agoOdd : TYWKIWDBI

From NASA's series of APOD photos, this one taken from the Mir space station.The shadow of the moon can be seen darkening part of Earth. This shadow moved across the Earth at nearly 2000 kilometers per hour...

How to view the “Blood Moon” lunar eclipse, in the wee hours of Wednesday

2 months agoOdd : Boing Boing

Blood moon during the total lunar eclipse in April 2014. Dominic Milan / NASA. When our planet passes between the sun and moon in the early morning on Wednesday, October 8, 2014, the moon—-which will be in Earth’s shadow--will appear to glow blood-red. Read the rest

Blood Moon Wednesday AM Preps Earth for Halloween

This year, nature brings us a special pre-Halloween treat: a blood moon. In the US and Canada, lift your eyes skyward in the early hours tomorrow morning for the second total lunar eclipse of 2014. The Moon veiled slowly red and back the first time this year in April. Show More Summary

Chasing Horizons

To promote their Eco-Drive Satellite Wave F100 timepiece, Citizen flew photographer Simon Roberts around the globe, so he could capture the sunset in each of the Earth’s 24 time zones in a single 24 hour period.

Disneyland Riders Stranded On Mickey's Fun Wheel For TWO Hours! Terror Towering Over Disney's California Adventure!

2 months agoLifestyle / Fashion : CocoPerez

Ahh! What a terrifying experience! Disneyland was NOT the happiest place on Earth for park goers who were stuck on Mickey's Fun Wheel for two hours at California Adventure on Thursday afternoon. It's unclear as to why the ride broke down, but ABC7 was on the scene and reported: Mickey's Fun Wheel at California Adventure stuck in [...]

Photographer chases the sun in a plane to shoot 24 sunsets in one day

2 months agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Photographer Simon Roberts took to the skies above the North Pole to shoot the sunset in each of the Earth's 24 time zones over the course of 24 hours. Above you see a composite of 24 of the photographs spliced together. Read more.....

Civilization: Beyond Earth makes weekends disappear

The Civilization series is famous for playing out in unplanned marathon sessions, where "one more turn" quickly turns into five more turns, which turn into another hour, before the player finally looks away from the screen to see that it is starting to get light outside. Show More Summary

MAVEN spacecraft and Indian orbiter deliver first images of Mars

Quick work! Just eight hours after entering Martian orbit Sunday, NASA’s MAVEN spacecraft sent data back to Earth that scientists quickly translated into the mission’s first images. Rendered in primary colors, the ultraviolet snapshots show three different aspects of the Red...

Leo DiCaprio: 'Nearly All Life On Earth Could Go Extinct Because Of Man-Made Climate Change'

The short film above, "Last Hours," is the second episode in the Green World Rising series narrated by actor Leonardo DiCaprio and created by Tree Media. Ahead of next week's U.N. climate summit, DiCaprio was named this week a U.N. Messanger...Show More Summary

Las Vegas Taxi Excitement

I have a love/hate relationship with Las Vegas. It's the worst place on earth... which is why I both love and hate it. I don't think there's anywhere in the world more ridiculous, and less than 24 hours into my current trip I'm already...Show More Summary

'Extant' Season 1 Finale Recap: Everything is at Stake

It's all come down to this on the season finale of Extant. Molly is going back up into space to intercept the Seraphim. She has two hours to get it back into orbit, keeping it from falling down to the Earth and spreading the alien spores attached to it. Show More Summary

'Extant' Season 1 finale: Is a Season 2 in order? Vote now

On the Season 1 finale of "Extant," Molly Woods heads back into space to try to redirect the Seraphim out of Earth's orbit. The clock is ticking, as she had just under two hours to complete her mission once at the space ship. If Molly...Show More Summary

Gore’s Latest ’24 Hours of Reality’ Promotes Tragic Mistake

While developing nations suffer from CO2-scare related energy costs, we are actually near the lowest level of atmospheric CO2 in Earth’s history.

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