Each week we find the most interesting and informative articles we can and along the way we uncover amazing and cool images. Here you'll discover 10 incredible photos and the stories behind them.
A Boston-based robot-building company has started a Kickstarter campaign to fund the creation of a robot to fight another bot from Japan.
A rare and unique fire rainbow was captured over South Carolina. The circumhorizon arc is actually the effect of sunlight hitting ice crystals in the atmosphere.
Deep in the Antarctic ice the IceCube Nuetrino Observatory has been watching for and finding rare, nearly massless particles coming from the Universe to Earth. Over the last two years the station has observed tens of thousands of these particles and are examining the data to understand where they are coming from.
At the Denver Botanic Gardens, a corpse flower was videoed while blooming. The event was attended and viewed by several hundred people.
[Full Story: Watch Live Now: Smelly 'Corpse Flower' Blooms in Denver]
The sea only now has released the figurehead from a ship that last sailed in 1495. The "monster" — likely a dog or a fantastical dragon with a human in its mouth from the Danish Gribshunden — was raised from the depths
[Full Story: 'Sea Monster' Figurehead Hauled from the Baltic Sea]
The 2015 hurricane season, forecasted to be a quiet one, has received its first hurricane. Hurricane Danny, while weak, passed the test due to wind speeds and a developed eye, and is slated to make landfall in the eastern Caribbean.
[Full Story: Danny Becomes First Atlantic Hurricane of the Season]
Goodbye, Lake Mead:
The decade-long trend of lower-than-average water levels in Lake Mead have caused a water level not seen since the lake was being filled in the 1930s. Experts say the lake could be completely gone in less than a decade if something doesn't change.
[Full Story: Lake Mead's Water Sinks to Lowest Level Since 1930s]
In Asia's Tian Shen mountains, glaciers have lost over a quarter of their mass in the last five decades. A recent study of the situation demonstrates loss of this water supply will likely lead to conflict in the area.
The Irrawaddy River in Myanmar represents the effects of heavy rains leading to the worst flooding seen in the country in decades.
For nearly two centuries, the hummingbird's tongue has been misunderstood. By using high-speed video a group of researchers were finally able to understand how the quick creatures eat.
A mystery on the surface of Pluto has experts baffled: while nitrogen is endlessly being released into space, the atmosphere stays consistently at 98 percent full of the stuff. A new examination into where the nitrogen is coming from indicates geologic activity inside the dwarf planet may be responsible.