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How to spot Pluto at its brightest in the night sky this week

This week is the best time of year to spot Pluto in the night sky with your telescope. That's because On Monday, July 6, Pluto reached opposition, meaning it appears opposite the sun in our sky. So, just as the sun sets in the west, Pluto rises in the east. Show More Summary

Must-See: Man Lives Every Kid's Fantasy By Holding Onto a Bunch of Balloons and Soaring Through Sky (VIDEO)

Post by Adriana Velez. Does this image look familiar? 26-year-old Daniel Boria tied 120 helium balloons to a lawn chair and then floated over Calgary -- yes, just like Carl Fredricksen in the Pixar movie, Up only without the house. The police were not amused with the stunt, but the photo has gone viral. Show More Summary

Animal of the Day: Crow Figures Out How to Open a Pizza Box

12 hours agoHumor / odd : The Daily What

When they’re not trolling dogs or riding around the sky on the back of bald eagles, crows are using their super intelligence to hunt down some food. In this case, that food happened to be stuck inside a pizza box, but that didn’t stop...Show More Summary

The Sky This Week - Thursday July 9 to Thursday July 16

12 hours agoAcademics / Astronomy : Astroblog

The New Moon is Thursday July 16. Venus is brilliant in the twilight evening sky with bright Jupiter below it. The pair separate over the week. Saturn is in the head of the Scorpion and is easily visible in the evening. Mercury is lost to view. Show More Summary

Waste Hours Staring at This Real-Time 3D Map of Objects Orbiting Earth

16 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Ever wondered just how full the skies are? This real-time 3D map shows you objects currently in Earth orbit — from satellites and rocket bodies to good old space debris. It’s pretty busy up there. Read more...

Publicity Stunt of the Day: Canadian Man Flies Around Sky on Lawn Chair Tied to Over 100 Balloons

yesterdayHumor / odd : The Daily What

No this isn’t a clip from a new live-action version of the movie “Up,” its a very real thing that happened in Calgary on Sunday. A man named Daniel Boria, who owns a cleaning company in the area, tied about 100 helium filled balloons...Show More Summary

No Man’s Sky: watch 18 minutes of footage explaining exactly what you do in the game

The gameplay loop of No Man’s Sky is demonstrated clearly in a new video. No Man’s Sky keeps on impressing everyone at every E3 since its reveal. This past one is no exception. In fact, we learned a lot more about what we’ll be doing in the game during E3 2015. Today’s video picks up […]

I'm finally starting to get No Man's Sky

What do you do in No Man's Sky? Hello Games could spend the rest of its time leading up to release trying to answer that question and people would continue asking anyway. This "18 minutes of uninterrupted gameplay" from IGN sheds some light on the situation. Show More Summary

No Sht Sherlock: Sky Sports rank Fergie 1st, Wenger 2nd in Best PL Manager study [Chart]

Sky Sports have ranked Sir Alex Ferguson as the greatest Premier League manager ever in this new study. In other news, the sky is blue… Sky have conducted this long-winded and convoluted study to rank the best managers of the Premier...Show More Summary

John Oliver Goes into Overdrive: Watch Him Tackle 15 Topics in One Minute Flat

Forget structure. This week's "Last Week Tonight" tackled conspiracy theories, bagels, Al Roker, orgies and more! John Oliver was off for the weekend of Fourth of July, or the “annual American tradition of reminding the sky who runs shit,” as the “Last Week Tonight” host more aptly called it. Show More Summary

the morning after

San Antonio RiverSan Antonio, TX I love the mornings after, when I have the entire place to myself if I arrive early enough. Among the gray skies and mist and fog and placid waters of this crisp, cold morning - there still remains a hint of what passed the night before.Happy New Year

Helen Mirren Reads "Where The Sidewalk Ends" In Awesome Fox Promo

2 days agoSports : Deadspin

Fox’s Women’s World Cup coverage has been hit or miss, but this intro featuring Academy Award-winning actress Helen Mirren reading Shel Silverstein’s “Where the Sidewalk Ends” is simply outstanding. That’s Explosions In The Sky’s “Your Hand In Mine” as the music bed. Read more...

Open Thread - Flag In The Night Sky

Happy Independence Day! This remarkable photo by Chicago photographer Jeff Lewis, via DailyMail. Open thread below....

Wednesday One-Liners Light Up the Sky Like a Flame

Woman: So, I left her this really erotic message right before her hotel room burnt down. I think that’s why we didn’t get the apartment.–2 train30-ish lady to friend: That boy lights himself on fire every time he’s welding something. I think he likes it. He’s some kind of weird pyro.–17th & 5th, Park SlopeBritish […]

If you're not putting The Band back together, this Robbie Robertson hit is the next best thing

Is the world coming to an end? For many in the ‘80s, the escalation of the nuclear arms race sure felt that way. Today, do we feel any safer or are we heading for a Showdown At Big Sky?

Seeing Stars with James Wooten: The Stars of Summer are Here

4 days agoArts / Museums : Beyond Bones

This is the last month to observe the two brightest planets in the western evening sky. On June 30, Venus overtook Jupiter. This month, watch Venus shift to the left of Jupiter each evening at dusk. Meanwhile, both planets appear … Continue reading ?

Sky Ferreira Reveals New Masochism Visuals

Sky Ferreira’s sophomore album Masochism is coming up next year, although there’s no official release date yet, and first single “Guardian” will be out sometime this summer. Today, Ferreira revealed some new artwork for the album painted by Lucas David along with another short clip of new music. Check them out via Instagram below. 2016 […]

Crow Rides On Eagle Like It's No Big Deal

5 days agoNews : Huffington Post

Most birds are perfectly capable of flying around on their own, but this crow decided it was time to take a load off. Amateur wildlife photographer Phoo Chan captured this incredible scene recently in the skies above Seabeck, Washington. Chan...Show More Summary

Did airlines collude to keep prices sky high?

By VICTORIA JONES Talk Radio News Service WASHINGTON – Traveling this weekend? The Justice Deptartment is investigating a possible collusion among major airlines to limit available seats, which keeps airfares high, according to a document obtained by the AP. Show More Summary

Clouds Over Cairo

After a rainstorm, at 17th and P Streets, Dupont Circle, D.C. (the Cairo is the apartment building in the background). No filter was used; this was the color of the sky:

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