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Seeing footage from the International Space Station always makes us feel so insignificant. This time-lapse shows you a window view that you've likely never seen before.
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The 50th anniversary of Doctor Who recently passed and these fans made a music video to celebrate. If you're already a "Whovian" and would like a quick recap, or are new to the series but are interested in catching up, watch this clever song that runs through all the previous incarnations of the Doctor!
It's raining rocks, hallelujah. Well, maybe not hallelujah. It is pretty interesting though. Thousands of miles away, Mt. Etna erupted sending volcanic ash and rock on a long journey.
A meteor was caught on camera, after a driver's dashcam in the Ukraine picked up a big burst of light. The unreal footage is something that only happens every now and then, so the chances were slim for this video to even be recorded. See for yourself!
Police were forced into an altercation with a suspect who resisted arrest in San Francisco. A protest is scheduled by the city of San Francisco in regards to the measures that law enforcement took to apprehend the lawbreaker. The prosecutor's office has dropped the charges against the bicyclist pending an investigation.
Although Mars is known to us as the "Red Planet," it could have once been a blue planet, much like our own is today. Check out this simulated evolution of Mars based on evidence from NASA that the Martian landscape was once very different from how it appears now.
Commander Chris Hadfield has become the world's most famous astronaut by making videos of daily life on the International Space Station. Since returning to Earth, it's been hard for him to adjust, let alone support a cause like Movember, even though he has a super sweet 'stache. See which one of our hosts has fond memories (and pictures) from last years Movember.
With the cold season moving in, now is the time that, more than ever, people will be giving the "I'm feeling under the weather" excuse to get out of things. Well, Flula doesn't accept that, and he explains exactly why it's not a valid excuse for anyone, short of spacemen and satellites.
The Winter Olympics are almost upon us. For the last couple of months, the torch has been on its way to the game, as is tradition. Recently, the torch made a stop at the International Space Station.
Check out this hypnotic montage of the Sun's "Canyon of Fire" captured by NASA. The event was caused by solar material erupting in a magnificent dance. Okay, maybe it's not really "fire," it's plasma, but you get the awesome picture.
Astronaut Chris Hadfield is back on Earth, and he's trying to reacclimate to life on Terra Firma. See his Astronaut's Guide to Life on Earth series (that's also a book) and find out just how difficult it is to do stuff like fit your space suit into a compact car.
In this Tech Time, we explore our own back space-yard. With the new film Gravity, starring Sandra Bullock and George Clooney, getting people pumped about space, check out this cool video that shows the path of satellites in synchronous orbit with the Earth.