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This Is The Very First Image Of A Black Hole

Black holes are so outlandish that the scientists who first thought them up figured they couldn’t possibly exist in reality. They form...

Forget Black Holes, White Holes Are Weirder And Spewing Matter From...

WHILE scientists are still struggling to explain exactly what a black hole is, they are now examining the possibility of a counter...

20 Images From NASA That Show How Real Climate Change Really...

The planet is undergoing drastic change with regards to the climate. The ice caps are melting, hurricanes and storms are becoming more...

NASA’s $1 Billion Spacecraft Has Taken Mind-Bending New Photos Of Jupiter

NASA’s $1 billion Juno spacecraft completed its 11th high-speed trip around Jupiter and sent back amazing new pictures on April 6th. The...

Photographer Finds Locations Of 1960s Postcards To See How They Look...

Not long ago, an old matchbook laying on photographer Pablo Iglesias Maurer’s desk caught his eye. Or rather, it was the postcard-like...

Wildlife photographer captures ‘once-in-a-lifetime moment’ of bird bathing in a flower...

We always love seeing unique and beautiful nature photos. The best wildlife photographers can snap a photo at just the right moment, capturing a...

Pyramids Discovered In Russia Twice As Old As Egyptian Could Rewrite...

The discovery of the world’s earliest pyramids on the Kola Peninsula may confirm the existence of an ancient civilisation on Russian territory....

Expert says Humans are Aliens—and we were brought to Earth hundreds...

What if Humans are the aliens we’ve been looking for all along? According to experts, humans were most likely crossbred with another...

NASA Has Just Released 2,540 Gorgeous New Photos of Mars

If it’s quiet solitude and beauty you seek, there is no better place than the surface of Mars. Mars...

Photograper Captures A Once-In-A-Lifetime Shot Of A ‘Horizontal Rainbow’ That Filled...

Fire rainbows aren’t actually rainbows and they have nothing to do with fire, either. Technically known as circumhorizontal arcs, these optical phenomena...