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6 people lived in a small solar powered dome that replicates life on Mars.
It takes 66 pounds of lemongrass to make one quart of essential oil. #HowItsMade
The first gears were wooden and used in windmills, watermills and winches. #HowItsMade
These ultra thin pieces of glass are thinner than a human hair! #HowItsMade
A Yo Yo can spin as fast as a formula 1 engine.
Escalators can handle the weight of 30 armored tanks!
A refrigerators secret to staying cool starts with a slab of polystyrene.
Beneath a piano’s exterior, 12,000 components fit together inside 17 layers of maple wood.
A strange object, named NIKU, near Neptune orbits backwards.
A newly discovered icy world could be the key to finding Planet Nine.
A new device lets you grow your own food from plant cells.
Iceland is drilling the hottest hole in the world to get electricity from magma.
This humanoid robot has "sweat glands."
Pain may be socially contagious.
Under a steel frame, 17 different tools can deploy with a simple flick.
Romans commonly used a catapult, called a ballista, to launch large projectiles.
Uranus' original name was ‘Georgium Sidus’, but it was renamed to the latinized version of Greek sky god Ouranos.
This warm planetary nebula harbors one of the hottest stars ever known!
This guy gets some serious air after he's launched from a massive catapult.
More lava lamps were sold in the 1960's than in any other time period combined.
Triton is covered in frozen nitrogen ice.
Pepper the parrot can't fly, so instead he drives a custom made bird vehicle!
Venus might still have active volcanoes.
10,000 endangered 'scrotum frogs' have mysteriously dropped dead at Lake Titicaca.
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