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 mystery "sea creature" spotted near Port Douglas, Australia, is not actually a creature at all, one expert says.
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In the skies of Los Angeles, a fleet of 300 drones performed choreographed maneuvers to spell out the trademark "W" symbol of Wonder Woman.
Saturn by the pictures:
These amazing images of Saturn were created by enthusiasts from the public data available from the Cassini spacecraft.
Loss of a favorite:
The causes include cirrhosis and renal failure.
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The oldest image:
The world's oldest surviving photograph is, well, difficult to see. The grayish-hued plate containing hardened bitumen looks like a blur. Here's how the image was created.
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Origin of ancient teeth:
For nearly 50 years, researchers have found mysterious, disembodied teeth dating to the dinosaur age in southern Alberta, Canada.
Sewer workers in London will spend three weeks dismantling a rock-hard mass of grease and garbage called a "fatberg."
Seeing the damage:
Here are some before-and-after satellite images of Texas that show the devastation caused by Harvey.
Pics of Irma
Hurricanes can affect millions of people on the ground, but only a handful of individuals see what the "Hurricane Hunters" squadron sees — the eye of the storm from the inside.
The sun fired off yet another powerful solar flare yesterday (Sept. 10), its seventh in seven days.
Storms making storms:
Cyclones provide all the ingredients necessary for tornado formation.
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