All Alone in the Night – Time-lapse footage of the Earth as seen from the ISS

1. North-to-south down the western coast of North and South America. 2. North-to-south over Florida, the Bahamas and other Caribbean islands. 3. South-East Asia, approaching the Philippine Sea 4. Western Europe, from France through Italy, Greece, Turkey and the Middle East. 5. Aurora Australis, over the Indian Ocean, approaching Australia 6. Aurora Australis, over the Indian Ocean. 7. Auro

A Fox Steals A Man’s Golf Ball And Has The Time Of His Life!

In this cute animal video, a baby fox has a great time messing with these golfers golfball. Adorable!

‘I loved every minute… I’d do it again tomorrow!’ ‘Great Escaper’ D-Day veteran, 89, who sneaked off from care home to go to 70th anniversary commemorations in Normandy returns to Portsmouth but says his trip ‘meant the world’ to him

The 89-year-old D-Day veteran who sneaked out of his care home to Normandy has returned to a hero's welcome and declared: 'I would do it again tomorrow.' Hiding his war medals under a raincoat, Bernard Jordan told carers he was going for a walk before boarding a coach to France for the 70th anniversary - sparking a frantic missing person search. The former Royal Navy officer arrived into Ports

Light From 12 BILLION Year Old Explosion Reaches Earth

A gamma ray burst that occurred 12.1 billion years ago has been detected, marking one of the earliest known examples of these ultra-powerful explosions. It's also one of the brightest ever seen. Gamma-Ray bursts are rare but exceptionally powerful explosions, thought to occur as neutron stars form or merge. "As NASA points out, gamma-ray bursts are the most powerful explosions in the unive

Watch as ‘the Beast’ Asteroid Sails Past Earth This Week

Artwork showing an asteroid zipping by the Earth moon system. Credit: ILLUSTRATION COURTESY P. CARRIL, ESA A giant asteroid will silently glide by Earth this week, a stark reminder of cosmic dangers lurking nearby. Measuring about 1,067 feet (325 meters) wide, the space intruder nicknamed “the Beast,” more formally known as HQ124, has an estimated width equal to an aircraft carrier (ea

Found! Oldest Known Alien Planet That Might Support Life

Artistic representation of the potentially habitable world Kapteyn b with the globular cluster Omega Centauri in the background. It is believed that the Omega Centauri is the remaining core of a dwarf galaxy that merged with our own galaxy billions of years ago bringing Kapteyn's star along. Image released June 3, 2014. Credit: PHL @ UPR Arecibo, Aladin Sky Atlas View full size image Astronom

Walking on Water: Easier Than It Sounds

Walking on water is a miracle, right? Maybe not. Pretty much anyone can do it, as long as you have enough cornstarch to add to the water. Combining cornstarch and water creates oobleck; a non-Newtonian fluid. That means it doesn’t behave like a typical fluid. While it does pour like a liquid, it acts like a solid when force is applied. As a result, pouring enough of it into a pool will allo

New Video: Neil deGrasse Tyson Destroys Climate Deniers

For 11 episodes now, the groundbreaking Fox and National Geographic Channel series Cosmos has been exploring the universe, outraging creationists, and giving science teachers across the nation something to show in class every Monday. In the process, the show has been drawing more than 3 million viewers every Sunday night, a respectable number for a science-focused show that is, after all, a majo

The Secret Behind How This Guy Balances Rocks Is Very Unusual. Can You Guess It?

Take a peek at these amazing pictures and then go ahead and let that draw drop – the way that this guy balances rocks is simply amazing! Michael Grab has definitely mastered the art of stone balancing, as you can see from the assortment of photos of his works listed here. But, if you want to take an even closer look at what Grab does, you can head on over to his very appropriately named websi