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We get goosebumps when adrenaline stimulates muscles in the skin called arrectores pilorum.
Some drones can fly up to 100 MPH!
Middle school students 3D printed an orthotic boot for an injured penguin.
This ice cream sandwich doesn't melt in the heat. Kinda gross...kinda cool.
Sure you can high five a bee... but it will probably sting you afterwards...
Triton's crust is 55% nitrogen ice.
A Yo Yo can spin as fast as a formula 1 engine.
This wild African bird willingly helps people find food.
Swirling clouds in Saturn’s atmosphere, via Cassini.
In the future, street lamps could serve as drone docking stations.
So happy it's Friday! We're celebrating with an #Outrageous_Acts marathon until 6pm! #FridayFeeling @debbiebere
Blue Origin's capsule passed a test showing it can land safely with one failed parachute.
Two exoplanets have become the first to have their atmospheres studied using Hubble.
Eating each other’s faeces helps earwig young survive famine.
Would you drive a brain-controlled car?
Mars' moons Phobos & Deimos likely formed after a big inner moon crashed into the red planet
From steering wheels to carburetors, it's fascinating to see how car parts are made.
Space madness and radiation. How does space affect an astronaut's mind and body?
South Korea's 1st astronaut shares how she was chosen for the mission.
The Bugatti Veyron is the world's fastest production car.
How to create a homemade "hovercraft".
To date, at least 15 probes have disappeared on the far side of Mars.
This is a Cygnus Loop supernova remnant - the edge of a bubble-like, expanding blast from a huge stellar explosion.
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