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SpaceX's Latest Launch-And-Landing Photo Is Rocket-Fuelled Glory

Image Cache: If you needed proof that the future of reusable rocket technology is going to be spectacular, look no further than SpaceX’s latest launch-and-landing time exposure photo, which shows a Falcon 9 rocket screaming away from Launch Complex 40 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station (left), before the first stage booster lands gently back on terra firma (right).

This Never Before Seen Microscopic Deep Sea Footage Is Other Worldly

Image Cache: A brand new underwater microscope just took an unprecedentedly-close look at the deep seafloor. You can see the footage it took, including a microscopic coral cage-match, right here.

What A Radioactive Town Looks Like Five Years After The Humans Left

Image Cache: Since March 2011, a 50km radius around the ruined Fukushima Daiichi reactor has been a designated exclusion zone, unsafe to travel. Over 100,000 evacuees left in a hurry and left behind a snapshot of what life looked like in the moments just before they fled. A brave soul recently snuck in to photograph the apocalyptic scene today.

We Finally Know What's Inside The Crab Nebula

Image Cache: The Crab Nebula is one of the most photographed and studied objects in space. But we didn’t know what was inside until now, when astronomers got a look at the strange mess that lies beneath.

WWII Ad Promised That TV Was Just Around The Corner

Image Cache: I came across this fantastically modern ad in the April 1945 issue of Radio-Craft magazine and just had to share it with you.

Wait, Why Isn't She Looking At The Dude?

Image Cache: In the photo above we see a videophone (or picturephone as they were sometimes called at midcentury) being demonstrated at the International Radio Exhibition in Stuttgart, West Germany in 1965. The weird part? The woman in the photo is apparently not even bothering to look at the person she’s speaking with.

Jupiter's Northern Lights Look Absolutely Incredible

Image Cache: If you want to see beautiful auroras, forget Alaska, Canada and Iceland — check out Jupiter. At the gas giant’s north pole, the most powerful and luminous northern lights in the solar system shimmer and glow in an endless geomagnetic storm that’s larger than our entire planet.

We're Getting Really Close To Jupiter

Image Cache: On July 4, NASA’s Juno spacecraft will arrive in orbit around Jupiter for a new scientific mission that seeks to solve the decades-long mystery of what lies beneath the gas giant’s swirling cloud tops. As the latest stunning image from the spacecraft’s approach shows, we’re getting really close.

This Fully Bespoke Aston Martin Vantage GT12 Roadster Is A Work Of Art

Image Cache: This is Aston Martin’s most over-the-top open-top ever built. This one-off Vantage GT12 Roadster is the work of Q By Aston Martin, the James Bond-esque design studio that creates unique, hand-made vehicles for (insanely wealthy) customers around the world.

The Curiosity Rover Sure Looks Lonely When Seen From Space

Image Cache: A remarkable new image captured by a satellite in orbit around Mars shows the Curiosity rover as it explores the barren landscape.

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