Lost contact lens, found
Nearly 30 years ago, a 14-year-old in the U.K. lost her contact lens during a game of badminton. Doctors found the lens embedded in her eyelid, 28 years later. [Read more about the lost contact lens]
Weird Russian satellite
A Russian satellite launched last October is behaving oddly. Russians officials say the satellite is a "space apparatus inspector," but U.S. aren't buying it. [Read more about the weird Russian satellite]
Sunken warship, cryptocurrency scam?
Last month, reports of a sunken Russian warship that was rumored to contain $132 billion worth of gold made headlines and nudged stock investments. As it turns out, however, the "find" was very likely a cryptocurrency scam. [Read more about the sunken warship scam]
"Breaking" news: Physicists have finally done it. They've figured out how to snap a piece of dry spaghetti in half. (If you're not impressed, try accomplishing this feat in your own kitchen.) [Read more about spaghetti physics]
A Muppet on Mars?
On Monday (Aug. 13), NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter spotted a strange geological formation on the surface of the Red Planet. And it looks just like everyone's favorite science Muppet, Beaker. [Read more about the Muppet on Mars]
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