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.

Alien or terrestrial?

NASA's Mars Opportunity rover just discovered a geological formation that looks shockingly Earth-like.

[Full Story: This Martian Crater Has a Weirdly Earth-Like Secret]

A different viewpoint:

Here's a new perspective on our home planet.

[Full Story: This Photo of Earth Reminds Us How Small We Are]

Effects of a Solar Storm:

Thanks to a solar storm, the northern part of North America may see a dazzling auroral display tonight.

[Full Story: The Solar Storm Hitting Earth Today Might Look Awesome]

Changing North Korea's Reputation:

The mystery of the 229-woman squad is hard to ignore.

[Full Story: Will North Korea's Synchronized Cheerleaders Soften the Country's Image?]

Setting the record straight:

A photo of Dún Briste - a layered, chunky tower of rock rising off the western coast of Ireland -skyrocketed to the top of Reddit last week.

[Full Story: That Sea Stack from Reddit Didn't Take 'Millions of Years' to Form]

Mind-boggling behavior:

Cockroaches take a head-on approach to obstacles.

[Full Story: There's a Reason Roaches Love Banging Their Heads Into Walls]

WWII Cemetery:

A sunken WWII vessel inspired the photographer who snapped a haunting underwater image.

[Full Story: This Underwater WWII 'Cemetery' Is Haunting and Amazing]

Gigantic iceberg:

Iceberg A-68, which broke off from the Larsen C ice shelf in Antarctica, takes center stage in newly released footage.

[Full Story: Monster Antarctic Iceberg Gets Its Big Break in First-of-Its-Kind Video]

Sun-worship stones:

The stones may have been part of a ritual sacrifice ceremony, archaeologists say.

[Full Story: Bizarre 'Spider Stones' Found at Site of Neolithic Sun-Worshipers]

Unveiling the deep:

An annual underwater-photography contest, which named its first Photographer of the Year in 1965, showcases images that explore the watery depths, from the natural habitats of oceans and lakes to the artificial environments of swimming pools.

[Full Story: Stunning Photos Capture Eerie Underwater Shipwrecks]