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February 10, 2016

Daily Mail:
A rocket's eye view of Blue Origin's flight: Jeff Bezos reveals stunning new video of historic second flight

Slate - Bad Astronomy:
A Small Asteroid Will Definitely Miss Earth on March 5. But by How Much?

Space Daily:
Site of Martian lakes linked to ancient habitable environment

Discovery News:
DNews: What Did We Learn After Landing on a Comet?

Astrobiology Magazine:
Earth-like planets have Earth-like interiors

Sarasota Herald-Tribune - De Void:
The way of the explorer

The Atlantic:
Edgar Mitchell's Revelation

February 9, 2016

Collective Evolution:
Some Scientific Facts About Crop Circles That Nobody Really Knows About

Daily Mail:
REVEALED: North Korean satellite is now tumbling in orbit - marking the SECOND time rogue state has sent up an unstable device

Space Daily:
China Conducts Final Tests on Most Powerful Homegrown Rocket

Sputnik News:
Russia to Deliver Three Advanced Spacesuits to ISS in 2016 - Official

Discovery News:
100-Foot Asteroid to Buzz Earth Next Month

Slate - Bad Astronomy:
Gigantic Space Telescope's Main Mirror Now Complete

Astrobiology Magazine:
Inside Rosetta's Comet

Space Daily:
Dawn now circling Ceres in its final orbit

Slate - Bad Astronomy:
Is This the Biggest Spiral Galaxy in the Universe?

Stuff NZ:
Teen gains national title after launching largest amateur rocket in Taupiri

Smithsonian Magazine:
Check Out This Scale Replica of The International Space Station

February 8, 2016

Forbes:
Moonwalker, Outspoken UFO Enthusiast Ed Mitchell Dead At 85

Gizmag:
Apollo 14 astronaut Captain Edgar Dean "Ed" Mitchell dies at age 85

Spaceflight Now:
Apollo 14 moonwalker Edgar Mitchell dies at 85

Discovery News:
Apollo 14 Astronaut Edgar Mitchell Dead at 85

The Australian:
North Korean rocket puts object into space

Space Daily:
Opportunity climbing steeper slopes to reach science targets

Gizmag:
NASA's Juno spacecraft completes Jupiter rendezvous burn

Discovery News:
Cassini Finds Saturn's Rings Are Weirdly Thin

Astrobiology Magazine:
How Friendly Is Enceladus' Ocean To Life?

Discovery News:
The Amazing Floating Hill-Sized Icebergs of Pluto

Discovery News:
When Apollo 14 Landed on the Moon: The 'Forgotten' Photos

ECN Magazine:
Apollo 14 Demonstrated Spaceflight Challenges Are Solvable

WEEKEND EDITION: February 6 through February 7, 2016

Wired:
Quantum Links in Time and Space May Form the Universe's Foundation

Daily Mail:
Why time only ever moves forward: Physicist reveals that a 'jiggling effect' seen in atoms may explain why we only travel into the future and not the past

Ars Technica:
After 100 years, scientists are finally closing in on Einstein's ripples

Gizmodo:
Almost Getting Smashed By a Swinging Wrecking Ball to Prove a Law of Physics Is Crazy

Live Science:
Watch a Robot Salamander Swim and Walk (Video)

Gizmodo:
This Robot Changes Color Like a Chameleon

Quartz:
A robot just sunk a hole-in-one on the PGA Tour

Sputnik News:
Future is Now! Russia Closing in on Mind-Controlled Exoskeletons

Astrobiology Magazine:
Expedition finds signs of life in Earth's mantle

Discovery News:
Top 10 Fastest Dinosaurs

Five Thirty Eight:
The Biggest Dinosaur In History May Never Have Existed

Calgary Herald:
Modern birds can thank nesting habits of dinosaurs for their evolutionary success, says U of C research

EarthSky:
Extraordinary fossil find sheds light on duck-billed dinosaurs

Daily Mail:
The bizarre Jurassic insect that has baffled scientists: Insect looks and acts like a butterfly - but predates them by 40 million years

Live Science:
14 New Tarantula Species Include One Named for Johnny Cash

Daily Mail:
Bizarre wildebeest with a nose like a 'TRUMPET' roamed Africa 75,000 years ago: Fossils show the extinct mammal's skull resembled that of a duck-billed dinosaur

New Scientist:
Ravens' fear of unseen snoopers hints they have theory of mind

Inside Science:
How Do Giraffes Drink Water?

BBC News:
Why the cats on one British island have lost their tails

Daily Mail:
Spotted: First video of the only known wild jaguar in the U.S. shows 'El Jefe' roaming Arizona mountain range

New Scientist:
Mystery invaders conquered Europe at the end of last ice age

Smithsonian Magazine:
Archeologists Find a Rare 4,500-Year-Old Egyptian Funerary Boat

The History Blog:
Swiss return 2 sarcophaguses, 45 boxes of Etruscan art to Italy

Smithsonian Magazine:
A Short History of Groundhog Day

Smithsonian Magazine:
The Remarkable Cave Temples of Southern India

Daily Mail:
Did the Vikings use crystal 'sunstones' to discover America?

Smithsonian Magazine:
Lavishly Illustrated Medieval Playing Cards Flouted the Church and Law

Atlas Obscura:
Why England Was A Year Behind Belgium, Spain and Italy for 170 Years

The History Blog:
Getty buys Orazio Gentileschi's Danae for record $30.5 million

The History Blog:
Bernin's Ecstasy of Saint Teresa restored

BBC News:
Great Fire: The grid system for London that never happened

Daily Mail:
The FIRST 50 Shades: Rare 17th-century sex manual which was dubbed the 'dirtiest book of its time' for advising on 'actions of the genitals' goes up for auction for £15,000

Atlas Obscura:
Peacock Clock

The Guardian:
Red Horse: Native American drawings shed new light on Battle of Little Bighorn

Atlas Obscura:
Schwebebahn Wuppertal

Atlas Obscura:
Barthman's Sidewalk Clock

BBC News:
When pyjamas ruled the fashion world

Atlas Obscura:
When the President Was the Quietest Man in the Room

Atlas Obscura:
NASA Stole the Rocket Countdown From a 1929 Fritz Lang Film

Smithsonian Magazine:
Mountain Dew Once Had Ties to Moonshine

Smithsonian Magazine:
Snow White Wasn't the First Disney Princess

Atlas Obscura:
Ellis Island's Forgotten Final Act as a Cold War Detention Center

Daily Mail:
Meltdown America, abandoned: Inside the eerie NASA base sitting empty for a decade after 57 years of rocket tests and the country's worst nuclear explosion

Jalopnik:
Russian Soldiers Go Native For Arctic Ops Using Reindeer And Dogsleds

Gizmodo:
Seeing the Special Effects Behind Jurassic World Is More Fun Than Seeing the Actual Movie

Atlas Obscura:
Astronomical Clocks Are the Most Beautiful Way to Track Hours, Years, and the Moon

February 5, 2016

Daily Mail:
'Exoatmospheric kill vehicle' designed to crash into nuclear missiles heading for the US tested over California

Air & Space Magazine:
Across the Continent in a Homebuilt

Daily Mail:
Airbus glider set to fly to the edge of space in record breaking 90,000ft test that could pave the way for hypersonic planes and aircraft on MARS

Jalopnik:
Listen And Watch The Mechanical Symphony That Is An F-22 Raptor Coming To Life

Sputnik News:
Gotcha! Dutch Police Train Squad of Drone-Catching Eagles

Gizmodo:
All the Bomber Aircraft That Could Carry Nuclear Weapons

Jalopnik:
Forget That Old Surplus MiG, Someone Needs To Buy This Very Lightly Used Tornado F2A

Daily Mail:
Starship Enterprise will be restored to its 1967 glory: Smithsonian to rebuild 11ft model used in original Star Trek TV show

Gizmodo:
The Super Bowl's Love Affair With Jetpacks

Air & Space Magazine:
The Thunderpiglet and Other Famous Failures

Jalopnik:
Virtually Tour The Cockpit Of The Once Top Secret Tacit Blue Stealth Tech Demonstrator

Air & Space Magazine:
How Things Work: Space Fence

Spaceflight Insider:
Our SpaceFlight Heritage: Explorer 1 and the birth of the U.S. Space Program

IEEE Spectrum:
Rocketeer Frank Malina's Life as an Artist

Air & Space Magazine:
Bob Gilruth, the Quiet Force Behind Apollo

IEEE Spectrum:
The Challenger Disaster: A Case of Subjective Engineering

Ars Technica:
The audacious rescue plan that might have saved space shuttle Columbia

February 4, 2016

Daily Mail:
Asteroid could pass 11,000 miles from Earth on March 5th: 100ft rock may come 21 times closer to our planet than the moon (although Nasa admits it might also pass nine MILLION miles away)

Phys Org:
Small asteroid to pass close to Earth March 5

Spaceflight Insider:
Second spacewalk of 2016 conducted by cosmonaut duo

Sputnik News:
US to Test Deep Space Rocket With Satellite Probes in 2018 - NASA

Daily Mail:
Nasa will send a tiny torch to the moon: 'Lunar flashlight' is one of 13 satellites to launch on first test of world's biggest rocket

Spaceflight Insider:
NASA's 'Super Guppy' delivers EM-1 Orion to Kennedy Space Center

Daily Mail:
Russia begins work on its lunar lander: Spacecraft could help create a permanent manned base on the moon in 2030

Sputnik News:
Orbital ATK's Fifth Resupply Mission to ISS Scheduled for March 10

Discovery News:
Rosetta's Comet is Fluffy Dust to the Core

Astrobiology Magazine:
New study challenges Jupiter's role as planetary shield, protecting Earth from comet impacts

February 3, 2016

Huffington Post:
Airplane Camera Catches Meteor Streaking Across North American Sky

WKOW-TV:
Fireball over Madison skies on Mon.

Sputnik News:
US Air Force Bolsters Space Defense to Counter Russian, Chinese 'Threats'

Space Daily:
N. Korea confirms imminent satellite launch

The Guardian:
Cosmic classroom: Tim Peake gives science lesson from space

Discovery News:
Night Falls on Pluto's Largest Moon Charon

Scientific American:
Robotic Comet Lander Philae Says Good-Bye

Spaceflight Insider:
Animation shows Ceres' colors, terrains, 215 years after discovery

Mysterious Universe:
The UFO Problem: Science, Social Movements, and Theory of Knowledge

February 2, 2016

WNBC-TV:
Another Sonic Boom Felt Along Jersey Coast

Spaceflight Now:
Successful launch expands China's Beidou navigation system

Spaceflight Now:
Soyuz prepared for first flight from Siberian cosmodrome

Daily Mail:
Explore the moon's rocky terrain in stunning detail: Chinese space agency makes its lunar lander images available to the public for the first time

Discovery News:
Sandbox Selfie! Curiosity Plays in Mars Sand Dune

Daily Mail:
'Cauliflowers' on Mars could be a sign of ancient alien life: Unusual shape may have been caused by microbes, say scientists

Air & Space Magazine:
How to Land a House on Mars

Discovery News:
Pluto Frosted With Surprising Amounts of Water Ice

Universe Today:
How Long Is A Year On The Other Planets?

Scientific American:
The Fermi Paradox Is Not Fermi's, and It Is Not a Paradox

February 1, 2016

Slate - Bad Astronomy:
SPECTACULAR Photos of a Rocket Re-Entering Over Hawaii!

Business Insider:
A spectacular 'fireball' was spotted burning up in the Northeast sky

Spaceflight Insider:
SpaceX tests parachute system to be used on crew-rated Dragon

Astrobiology Magazine:
Antarctic fungi survive Martian conditions on the International Space Station

Discovery News:
Previewing Juno: NASA's Epic Mission to Jupiter: Photos

Astrobiology Magazine:
Moon was produced by a head-on collision between Earth and a forming planet

Daily Mail:
Did Earth's water come from another PLANET? Collision that created our moon 4.5 billion years ago saw worlds share ice

Space Daily:
Sandy Selfie Sent from NASA Mars Rover

Spaceflight Insider:
Curiosity's study of Martian sands halted due to anomaly

Daily Mail:
Stunning Nasa animation lets you fly over the mysterious 'alien spots', massive mountains and giant craters of Ceres

Spaceflight Now:
Water ice abounds in Pluto's frigid bedrock

Daily Mail:
Pluto DOESN'T have an icy heart: Stunning new maps reveal far more ice water across the dwarf planet than expected

Stuff NZ:
Huge gas cloud on collision course with Milky Way

WEEKEND EDITION: January 30 through January 31, 2016

Daily Mail:
Did the universe undergo TWO Big Bangs? Physicists claim a second rapid expansion created levels of dark matter we 'see' today

Daily Mail:
Does the secret of the universe's origin lie in a 'quantum wiggle'? Primordial clock signals could reveal if the Big Bang was actually a CRUNCH

Quartz:
It's possible that there is a "mirror universe" where time moves backwards, say scientists

Science Alert:
Scientists propose a 'mirror universe' where time moves backwards

IEEE Spectrum:
Squishy Robot Fingers Gently Tickle Deep Sea Critters

NPR:
Don't Blink: Robot Solves Rubik's Cube In Just Over 1 Second

Forges:
Forget The Markets, Robots Are China's New Worry

Smithsonian Magazine:
A Decades-Long Quest to Drill Into Earth's Mantle May Soon Hit Pay Dirt

Air & Space Magazine:
Life Found Refuge From Radiation on the Early Earth

Daily Mail:
Giant prehistoric sea monster found in a quarry may be a new species of plesiosaur: Bizarre 18ft-long beast with four flippers and a short tail lived 165 million years ago

Science Magazine:
You could probably have outrun a T. rex

Science Magazine:
Bizarre desert-dwelling fish may have evolved just a couple hundred years ago

Scientific American:
The Yangtze Giant Softshell Turtle Just Got 25 Percent Closer to Extinction

Science Magazine:
Were cats domesticated more than once?

Live Science:
Ancient Humans Ate Cantaloupe-Size Eggs from 500-Pound Birds

The History Blog:
2,500-year-old footprints of people, dogs found in Arizona

Daily Mail:
Babylonians used geometry to track Jupiter long before the Europeans: Stone tablets reveal ancient astronomers used calculations 1,700 years earlier

New Scientist:
Ancient maps of Jupiter's path show Babylonians' advanced maths

Science Magazine:
Math whizzes of ancient Babylon figured out forerunner of calculus

Daily Mail:
Hoard of 3,000 Roman coins unearthed: Rare monies buried in 270AD bear images of emperors, an elephant and a hippo - and could be worth £175,000

The History Blog:
Harihara head and body reunited after 130 years

The Guardian:
Scientific genius of Leonardo da Vinci celebrated in new exhibition

The History Blog:
15th c. Theodelinda Chapel fresco restored

Atlas Obscura:
Were Portuguese Explorers the First Europeans To Find Australia?

Science Magazine:
New Mexico's American Indian population crashed 100 years after Europeans arrived

The History Blog:
Reviewing the Dare Stone, clue to Lost Colony of Roanoke

Daily Mail:
The masterplans to raise London from the ashes: Abandoned proposals to rebuild city after the Great Fire in 1666 go on show

Smithsonian Magazine:
Colonial America Depended on the Enslavement of Indigenous People

Smithsonian Magazine:
The Slaves of the White House Finally Get to Have Their Stories Told

Smithsonian Magazine:
12 Secrets of New York's Central Park

Smithsonian Magazine:
The First Person of Native American Descent Was Elected to the U.S. Senate 109 Years Ago Today

Smithsonian Magazine:
When America's Titans of Industry and Innovation Went Road-Tripping Together

Atlas Obscura:
FOUND: A New Beatrix Potter Story About a Cat with a 'Double Life'

The History Blog:
Uncharted WWI U-boat found off English coast

Atlas Obscura:
How the 'Einstein of Sex' Kept the World's First LGBT Movie Safe from Nazis

Atlas Obscura:
Cincinnati Built a Subway System 100 Years Ago–But Never Used It

Atlas Obscura:
Object of Intrigue: Soviet Space Dog Jug

IEEE Spectrum:
Radiation-Proof Robot's Terrifying Safety Demonstration

Smithsonian Magazine:
44 Year Ago, Shirley Chisholm Became the First Black Woman to Run For President

Smithsonian Magazine:
The Fall and Rise of a Modern Maharaja

The Atlantic:
A Second Chance for an Old Road-Sign Font

Daily Mail:
Life in the freezer: Inside the northernmost city on Earth whose residents endure - 55°C temperatures and two months of total darkness every year

Gizmag:
90 million-dollar cars go to auction in the next few weeks

Gizmag:
In pictures: The best tech toys from London Toy Fair 2016

The History Blog:
Browse 18,000 historic menus in the New York Public Library

Smithsonian Magazine:
The World's Most Scenic Train Rides

January 29, 2016

Sputnik News:
Faster than Missiles: Russia Developing Space Age Fighter Jet

Daily Mail:
Fly from New York to London in 11 MINUTES: Radical 'Antipode' concept plane that uses rocket boosters revealed

Daily Mail:
Is it a plane? Is it a boat? Actually, it's BOTH: £26million FlyShip can carry 100 passengers while soaring at speeds of 155mph

Daily Mail:
Japan unveils its first stealth plane: X-2 will test 'invisibility' technology for next-generation fighter jet

Daily Mail:
Self-flying Black Hawk helicopter revealed - and it comes with a companion ROBOTANK for ground surveillance

Gizmag:
Winged drone nails first autonomous landing on a moving vehicle

Gizmag:
Loon Copter drone flies, floats and dives underwater

Jalopnik:
Area 51 Bans Drones... Your Drones, At Least

Daily Mail:
Testing plane wings to the point of destruction: Video reveals the extreme lengths Airbus goes to trialling its aircraft

Jalopnik:
This Is How The Pentagon Knows Its Combat Aircraft Can Withstand A Blizzard

Jalopnik:
Blair Bunting Captures The Essence Of The SR-71 Blackbird In These Dramatic Photos

Atlas Obscura:
The Women Who Rose High in the Early Days of Hot Air Ballooning

Air & Space Magazine:
Clifford Turpin, King of the Air

Gizmodo:
Here Are All the Space Stations in History

Air & Space Magazine:
What's the X-37 Doing Up There?

January 28, 2016

Spaceflight Now:
Reporters remember Challenger coverage

NBC News:
Space Shuttle Challenger Disaster Devastated the Nation 30 Years Ago

Chapman University Happenings:
Engineer who tried to stop Challenger launch donates papers to Chapman

Spaceflight Insider:
STS-51L lessons and loss 30 years later

New Scientist:
30 years after the Challenger tragedy, is US ready to re-launch?

Space Daily:
Russia launches ambitious cosmic robotics project

IEEE Spectrum:
Hawaiian Robot Practices Landing Pad Construction for Space Exploration

Spaceflight Insider:
NASA counting on humanoid robots for deep space exploration

January 27, 2016

EarthSky:
Daylight meteor over southeastern U.S.

WCIV:
All signs points to sonic boom in Charleston today, not earthquake

Charleston Post and Courier:
Sonic boom rolls across Charleston Tuesday with Marine jets training off the coast

Spaceflight Now:
Falcon 9 upgrade receives blessing from U.S. Air Force

Space Daily:
SpaceX Falcon 9 upgrade certified for National Security Space launches

Gizmag:
Goodbye ground control: Nanosatellites achieve first autonomous orbital maneuver

IEEE Spectrum:
Ronnie Nader: Ecuador's One-Man Space Program

Discovery News:
Stardust Brought Back Comet Pieces 10 Years Ago

Discovery News:
Powered Up, Veteran Rover Soldiers Through Mars Winter

Space Daily:
Ceres: Keeping Well-Guarded Secrets for 215 Years

Astrobiology Magazine:
Exploring Imhotep

Daily Mail:
Not so lonely after all! Planet thought to have been floating in space alone does have a parent star (but it's 6.2 billion miles away)

Gizmag:
Planet with 900,000-year orbit lies a staggering 1 trillion kilometers from its sun

Smithsonian Magazine:
Where Are All the Aliens? Taking Shelter From the Universe's Radiation

Gizmag:
Is ET dead - and are we next?

January 26, 2016

Stuff NZ:
CIA declassifies hundreds of UFO documents

The Guardian:
Rise in space junk could provoke armed conflict say scientists

Discovery News:
12 Years On Mars: Opportunity's Top 5 Revelations

Discovery News:
12 Years On Mars: Rover Opportunity's First Sols: Photos

Astrobiology Magazine:
Voyager Mission Celebrates 30 Years Since Uranus

Spaceflight Now:
LISA Pathfinder on station a million miles from Earth

Universe Today:
How Long Is A Day On The Other Planets Of The Solar System?

Slate - Bad Astronomy:
Does Alpha Centauri Have a Planet or Not? Well...

January 25, 2016

WINK:
Military: SWFL shaking caused by 'sonic boom' from jets

Tracy Press:
Mystery boom rumbles across Tracy

Gizmag:
Blue Origin makes historic second landing using the same rocket

Spaceflight Now:
Dragon crew capsule's propulsive landing system tested

Gizmag:
SpaceX Crew Dragon hovers on tails of fire

Discovery News:
Radiation-Blocking Glass Tech Could Shield Astronauts

Discovery News:
DNews: What China's Lunar Rover Told Us About the Moon

Astrobiology Magazine:
NASA Mars Rover Curiosity Tastes Scooped, Sieved Sand

New Scientist:
Galaxy-mapping Gaia space telescope gets an eye test from Pluto

Discovery News:
Young at Heart: Pluto's Ice Only 10 Million Years Old

Discovery News:
How Planet Nine may have been exiled to solar system's edge

Scientific American:
How Astronomers Could Actually See "Planet Nine"

WEEKEND EDITION: January 23 through January 24, 2016

Daily Mail:
How time could run BACKWARDS: New parallel world 'multiverse' theory revealed

Space Daily:
Much like white light, spacetime is also composed of a certain rainbow

Scientific American:
Not All Gravitational Waves Are Created Equal

Ars Technica:
Trying to identify what made the Universe transparent

Smithsonian Magazine:
Missouri Mathematicians Discover New Prime Number

Smithsonian Magazine:
When Will We Reach the End of the Periodic Table?

Gizmodo:
Researchers Are Teaching ATLAS To Do Household Chores Like Rosey from The Jetsons

Smithsonian Magazine:
Humble Magnesium Could Be Powering Earth's Magnetic Field

Astrobiology Magazine:
Explosive underwater volcanoes were a major feature of 'Snowball Earth'

Daily Mail:
A REAL Welsh dragon: Oldest Jurassic dinosaur ever found has been officially named the 'Hanigan dragon robber'

Stuff NZ:
Prehistoric crocodile was the size of a bus

The Guardian:
Titanosaurs: the largest animals ever to walk the Earth

Smithsonian Magazine:
The Dakota Badlands Used to Host Sabertoothed Pseudo-Cat Battles

Stuff NZ:
Microscopic creatures revived after being frozen for 30 years

Stuff NZ:
Giant earthworms the size of snakes discovered on remote Scottish island

Science Magazine:
Birds master complex songs by learning when to ignore dad

Audubon Magazine:
10 Cool Reasons To Celebrate Penguins

Live Science:
Before Hatshepsut: Early Egyptian Queen Revealed in Hieroglyphs

Ancient Origins:
Discovery of 5,000-year-old Hieroglyphs Change the Story of a Queen, a Pharaoh, and an Ancient City

Smithsonian Magazine:
Fairy Tales Could Be Older Than You Ever Imagined

Ancient Origins:
Submerged Ruins May Be the Seaside Palace of the First Emperor of China

Daily Mail:
Treasure trove of Roman artefacts found under the A1: Pots, beads and jewellery are among 177,000 pieces unearthed by roadworks

Daily Mail:
The mystery of the headless Gladiators of York: DNA analysis of decapitated remains sheds new light on Roman migrations

Ancient Origins:
List of Medieval Killers found Inscribed on Cathedral Wall may help solve Murder Mystery

Smithsonian Magazine:
How a Hidden Figure Emerged From One of Leonardo da Vinci's Notebooks

The History Blog:
Excavation of mysterious Honduran site begins

Atlas Obscura:
What Happened to the Bottom Third of a Famous Tintoretto Artwork?

Smithsonian Magazine:
A Painting of John Dee, Astrologer to Queen Elizabeth I, Contains a Hidden Ring of Skulls

The History Blog:
Site of Salem witch trial hangings confirmed

The Atlantic:
Building an Impossible Clock

Atlas Obscura:
How Lady Bible Hunters Made the Victorian Era's Most Stunning Scriptural Find

The History Blog:
Breitner's Girl in a Kimono series together for the first time

The History Blog:
1910 slaughter of African Americans gets historical marker

Daily Mail:
World War I in colour: Rare photographs capture the lives of soldiers and civilians when all was quiet on the Western Front

Smithsonian Magazine:
Raoul Wallenberg's Biographer Uncovers Important Clues To What Happened in His Final Days

Atlas Obscura:
The World's Longest War Only Ended in 1986

Daily Mail:
My guardian gorilla angel: 30 years on from the amazing moment ape saved tiny boy who fell into his enclosure, the man protected by gentle giant reveals how the incident has shaped his entire life

Gizmodo:
The secret lives of the Mafia hunters

Gizmag:
Tracing automotive bloodlines: Gizmag goes exploring at Dutton Garage

Gizmag:
Tractor Heaven: 240 acre private park showcases vintage engines, tractors and the fine art of digging a really big hole

BBC News:
14 Gorgeous Menus From the Golden Age of Dining Cars

Daily Mail:
The terraced house with an amazing secret: Humble home hides a secret CAVE and vaulted ceiling (and it's yours for £200,000)

January 22, 2016

Daily Mail:
The plane that can detach its entire CABIN in the event of an emergency: Concept can 'drop' passengers to safety using built-in parachutes

Ars Technica:
Above the world in 80 minutes: Balloon company will fly to the edge of space

Gizmag:
Bird-repelling drone imitates a real-life predator to clear property of unwelcome pests

Jalopnik:
This Ant's-Eye View Of A CH-47 Chinook's Landing Zone Is Pretty Sweet

Daily Mail:
Plan to turn a 747 into a missile launcher revealed: Design would have put 70 cruise missiles into body of a Boeing aircraft

New Scientist:
Space age ghosts show abandoned relics of NASA's golden years

Air & Space Magazine:
Missiles Killing Missiles

Air & Space Magazine:
What Are Those Giant Arrows Dotting the American Landscape?

Atlas Obscura:
Object of Intrigue: Backpack Helicopters

Smithsonian Magazine:
When Concorde First Flew 40 Years Ago, It Was a Supersonic Sight to Behold

Ars Technica:
NASA's newest cargo spacecraft began life as a Soviet space plane

Engadget:
Eight top-secret aircraft that definitely aren't UFOs

January 21, 2016

Inquistr:
Planet X: CalTech Scientists Have 'Solid Evidence' Of Ninth Planet In Our Solar System

Astrobiology Magazine:
Caltech Researchers Find Evidence of a Real Ninth Planet

The New Yorker:
Discovering Planet Nine

Spaceflight Now:
SpaceX rocket wreckage back on shore after near-miss at landing

Spaceflight Insider:
Successful drone ship landing proves elusive for SpaceX

Spaceflight Now:
Bridging the past and future on the shoulders of the Atlas rocket

Daily Mail:
What radiation belts REALLY look like: Nasa research reveals Van Allen Belts are shaped like doughnuts

Discovery News:
In The Raw: Cassini's Ongoing Saturn Moon Odyssey: Photos

Astrobiology Magazine:
Astrobiology Top 10: How Would The World Change If We Found Extraterrestrial Life

January 20, 2016

Daily Mail:
Time to get a new spacesuit? Nasa astronaut Tim Kopra's helmet began filling with water during a spacewalk while he was wearing the same outfit that sparked a life-threatening leak three years ago

Discovery News:
Zinnia Flower Blooms on Space Station

Scientific American:
Video Shows SpaceX Falcon 9 Rocket Land on a Drone Ship, Then Fall Over and Explode

Spaceflight Insider:
SpaceX's Mars Colonial Transporter: Rumors and Realities

Discovery News:
A 'Wright Mons-ter': Pluto's Possible Ice Volcano Is Huge

Daily Mail:
The biggest ice volcano in the solar system: Stunning new images reveal 90-mile-wide CRYOVOLCANO on Pluto

Stuff NZ:
Scientists spot brightest supernova yet, outshines Milky Way

Astrobiology Magazine:
Nitrogen May Be A Sign of Habitability

New Scientist:
Comets can't explain weird 'alien megastructure' star after all

Slate - Bad Astronomy:
I'm STILL Not Sayin' Aliens. But This Star Is Really Weird.

New Scientist:
Black hole sun could support bizarre life on orbiting planets

The Australian:
Finders not keepers as meteor hunters strike a mother lode

Discovery News:
Five Planet Conjunction to Dazzle Night Skies This Week

January 19, 2016

Ghost Theory:
The Night A UFO Landed In Levelland Texas

Spaceflight Insider:
Spacewalk ends early after water found in Kopra's helmet

Discovery News:
'Exhilarated' British Astronaut on First Spacewalk

Discovery News:
SpaceX Launches Satellite, Rocket Topples on Landing Attempt

Spaceflight Now:
SpaceX narrowly misses booster landing at sea

Spaceflight Now:
Recovered Falcon 9 booster fires again at Cape Canaveral

Spaceflight Insider:
NASA wraps up Orion parachute tests

Sputnik News:
Rocket Science: Russia Builds Atomic Engine for Exploring Distant Space

Sputnik News:
China Aims for the Moon With New Rockets

Gizmodo:
China Announces Plan to Make First Landing on Far Side of Moon in 2018

Discovery News:
China to Send a Mission to Moon's Mysterious 'Dark Side'

Gizmodo:
The Last-Minute Decision That Saved a Mission to Mars

Space Daily:
Opportunity Welcomes Winter Solstice

MARTIN LUTHER KING WEEKEND EDITION: January 16 through January 18, 2016

Daily Galaxy:
The Epic Quest for a Quantum Theory of Gravity

Business Insider:
The 2 most dangerous numbers in the universe are threatening the end of physics

Nova Next:
A Radical Reinterpretation of Einstein's Theory

Trusted Reviews:
These are the 7 coolest robots in Robot Wars history

Ars Technica:
We narrowly missed a new ice age, and now we won't see one for a long time

Smithsonian Magazine:
Life and Rocks May Have Co-Evolved on Earth

Daily Mail:
Meet Machimosaurus rex: Archaeologists find three tonne MEGACROCODILE that grew to more than 30 feet long

Daily Mail:
An epic tail! David Attenborough follows the story of how experts found the world's largest dinosaur measuring 121ft - and its heart weighed more than THREE people

The Guardian:
Dinosaurs performed dances to woo mates, according to new evidence

Daily Mail:
TITANOSAUR invades New York: Gigantic 122 feet long skeleton unveiled at American Museum of Natural History

Smithsonian Magazine:
Dinosaurs May Have Dug Trenches to Woo Mates

Smithsonian Magazine:
Frilling discovery explains head crests in sexy dinosaurs

Daily Mail:
'Chasm', the three year old dinosaur who died 75 million years ago and is helping scientists fill in evolutionary gaps

Daily Mail:
'Dinosaur graveyard' may date back to the moment of the mass extinction: Fossil bed suggests large numbers of beasts were killed by a single event 65 million years ago

BBC News:
Scientists weigh in on 'giraffe relative' fossil

Live Science:
Oldest Animal Jonathan the Tortoise Is Going Strong at 183

Daily Mail:
Mystery of Indonesia's first inhabitants: Stone tools suggest early humans crossed the ocean from Asia almost 200,000 years ago - long before our own species

The Guardian:
Sulawesi find: 118,000-year-old stone tools point to 'archaic group of humans'

Smithsonian Magazine:
Thank Neanderthals for Your Immune System

Daily Mail:
Did humans hunt mammoths in the Arctic 45,000 years ago? Spear marks on frozen carcass suggests our ancestors were in Siberia 10,000 years earlier than believed

Daily Mail:
Are these the first ever images of a volcanic eruption? Daubs of red and white pigment on cave walls are thought to depict natural disaster in France 36,000 years ago

Smithsonian Magazine:
This Ancient City Was Three Times Bigger Than Archaeologists Suspected

Daily Mail:
'Pompeii of the Fens' is the best-preserved Bronze age home in Britain: Experts astonished by dwelling's condition as they unearth treasures from 3,000-year-old rugs and jewellery to human remains

Live Science:
Prosthetic Leg with Hoofed Foot Discovered in Ancient Chinese Tomb

Daily Mail:
My (wooden) left foot: Archaeologists reveal stunning 1,500 year old prosthetic find

Smithsonian Magazine:
There's a 1,500-Year-Old Farming Village Beneath a Norwegian Airport

The History Blog:
Remains of Settlement Era Reykjavík longhouse to be preserved

The History Blog:
Infernal Landscape drawn by Hieronymus Bosch

Smithsonian Magazine:
Queen Elizabeth I Held England's First Official Lottery 450 Years Ago

Daily Mail:
The Great Plague in the 17th century was spread by Black Death bacteria that lay dormant across Europe for 300 YEARS

Smithsonian Magazine:
The French Castle That May Have Inspired "Sleeping Beauty" Is Filled With Creepy Mannequins

Atlas Obscura:
The American Textile Industry Was Woven From Espionage

Smithsonian Magazine:
How a Nearly Successful Slave Revolt Was Intentionally Lost to History

The History Blog:
Joe the Quilter's murder cottage found

The Guardian:
Long-necked diplomacy: the tale of the third giraffe

Ancient Origins:
The Mysterious and Tragic Life of Kaspar Hauser

The History Blog:
Dr. Gustav Zander's Victorian-Era Exercise Machines Made the Bowflex Look Like Child's Play

Smithsonian Magazine:
Neglected remains from Newburgh Colored Burial Ground finally get attention

BBC News:
When mistakes make the art

Atlas Obscura:
This 19th-Century Map Shows that Beaver Dams are Built to Last

Atlas Obscura:
How the Oxford English Dictionary Went from Murderer's Pet Project to Internet Lexicon

The Guardian:
The True History of Suffragette

Atlas Obscura:
The 'Australian Mermaid' Who Introduced Recreational Swimming to American Women

The History Blog:
More 1917 blackboards found in Oklahoma school

Smithsonian Magazine:
The Ku Klux Klan Didn't Always Wear Hoods

Atlas Obscura:
In 1942, the Hershey Hotel Was a Chocolate-Scented POW Camp

Atlas Obscura:
One of D.C.'s Most Contentious Pieces of Real Estate is 25 Feet Underground

Seattle Times:
Martin Luther King Jr. - 1956-62

Seattle Times:
Martin Luther King Jr. - 1963-65

Seattle Times:
Martin Luther King Jr. - 1966-68

Inquistr:
Martin Luther King, Jr.'s 'Beyond Vietnam' Speech Was His Most Controversial, Assassinated Exactly One Year Later [Video]

Dallas Morning News:
Ben Voth: On MLK Day, remember a Texan who stood shoulder-to-shoulder with Dr. King

Time Magazine:
The Photograph That Captured the Horror of MLK's Assassination

Time Magazine:
A Visit to the King Home on the Night Martin Luther King Jr. Died

New Historian:
Cronyism, Mining and Murder – The Death of 'Jock' Yablonski

Gizmodo:
The FBI Worried About Communist Spies Invading EPCOT

Smithsonian Magazine:
It's Been 50 Years Since Batman Went "Bam!" and "Pow"

Gizmag:
In pictures: The 2016 Detroit Auto Show

Gizmag:
Vincents dominate 2016 Las Vegas Motorcycle auctions: Detailed report

BBC News:
Inside Spain's secret food societies

io9:
An Aging Movie Monster Looks Back On His Career in This Poignant Short

January 15, 2016

Discovery News:
Dream Chaser Spaceplane to Supply the Space Station

New Scientist:
Commercial spaceflight newcomer allows quick ISS return trips

Spaceflight Insider:
Catching a dream: SNC's tenacious spacecraft selected for NASA's CRS-2 contract

The Atlantic:
How a Controller Sounds When Trying to Save an Airplane

Gizmag:
VTOL Kestrel drone morphs into fixed-wing aircraft after takeoff

Gizmag:
Airbus Counter-UAV System detects illicit drones and shuts them down

Gizmag:
Drone-catching hexacopter fires a large net to reel in suspicious aircraft

Daily Mail:
Lift-off for Jumbo Drone! Students build 'octocopter' with 48 motors and 13-inch propellers that can lift an adult (but they're waiting for permission from air traffic control to test that)

Jalopnik:
Here's Your Go-To Graphic To Understand The U.S. Army's Massive Aircraft Inventory

Jalopnik:
Russia Plans 16 Intercontinental Ballistic Missile Launches In 2016

Air & Space Magazine:
Before the Meatball

Scientific American:
Declassified: U.S. Military's Secret Cold War Space Project Revealed

Atlas Obscura:
100 Wonders: The Secret City of the Cosmonauts

January 14, 2016

Daily Citizen:
Rumbles Tuesday were sonic boom

Discovery News:
SpaceX to Make Next Rocket Landing Attempt Sunday

Spaceflight Now:
ISS astronauts set for spacewalk to replace failed power unit

Space Daily:
Russian Scientists Developing Avatar Robot for Extraterrestrial Exploration

Discovery News:
This Is an Ancient Meandering River... On Mars

Discovery News:
Water Ice Found on Rosetta's Comet

Gizmodo:
All Hail Juno, Our Record-Breaking Solar-Powered Emmissary to Jupiter

Ars Technica:
Inside the vault: A rare glimpse of NASA's otherworldly treasures

Scientific American:
What Will It Take for Humans to Colonize the Milky Way?

January 13, 2016

Sarasota Herald-Tribune - De Void:
Good thing it wasn't terrorism

ABC Australia:
Brisbane weather webcam snaps meteor passing over south east Queensland

WSB-TV:
Mysterious fireball spotted in north Georgia sky Monday

Spaceflight Now:
Hold-down firing completed ahead of Sunday's Falcon 9 launch

Discovery News:
SpaceX to Make Next Rocket Landing Attempt Sunday

Astrobiology Magazine:
New Details on Ceres Seen in Dawn Images

Gizmodo:
Watch the Biggest Ever Drone Swarm Take to the Sky in Style

January 12, 2016

Spaceflight Now:
Offshore barge landing targeted after next Falcon 9 launch

Space Daily:
China plans 20 launches in 2016

Discovery News:
Wake Up Philae! Last-Ditch Effort to Find Rosetta's Lander

Gizmag:
Time running out for Philae

Daily Mail:
Saturn as never seen before: Stunning view of the gas giant reveals its immense size and spectacular rings in detail

Discovery News:
Hunting Uranus, the Solar System's Azure Ice Giant

Spaceflight Now:
Pluto's floating mountains, intriguing structures fascinate scientists

Scientific American:
If There Are Aliens Out There, Where Are They?

Scientific American:
Famous Wow! signal might have been from comets, not aliens

January 11, 2016

WANE:
We get to the bottom of the Huntington "booms"

York Dispatch:
Many theories about Saturday's mysterious boom

Lafayette Journal and Courier:
Mysterious boom under investigation

WJHG:
Loud Boom Heard Friday, Source Unknown

KXII:
Loud boom leaves dozens with questions

Daily Mail:
Third time lucky! SpaceX to retry landing rocket on a BARGE: January 17th blast off will land on 'drone boat' in Pacific

Ars Technica:
Sorry NASA, Europe says it's going to the Moon instead of Mars

Discovery News:
Space Fungus! Mold Found On Space Station Plants

Universe Today:
Space Zinnias Rebound from Space Blight on Space Station

Atlas Obscura:
Fleeting Wonders: A 3D-Printed Moon Town

Astrobiology Magazine:
'X' Marks a Curious Corner on Pluto's Icy Plains

Slate - Bad Astronomy:
A Slice of Pluto

Smithsonian Magazine:
Does Icy Pluto Have a Hidden Ocean? New Horizons Offers New Clues

Scientific American:
Our Solar System Is Overflowing with Liquid Water [Graphic]

Ancient Origins:
4.5 Billion-Year-Old Meteorite Recovered Before Being Washed Away as Heavy Rains Cause Rare Filling of Ancient Australian Lake

Ancient Origins:
Wandering Sky Gods: The Personification of Astronomical Phenomena in Ancient Times

WEEKEND EDITION: January 9 through January 10, 2016

Forbes:
What The Many-Worlds Interpretation of Quantum Physics Really Means

Inverse:
What is a Wormhole? Why is a Wormhole? Why Should You Care?

Live Science:
What 2016 Holds for the Mysterious World of Physics

Daily Mail:
Get ready for THOR: Sandia's new accelerator will recreate conditions at the Earth's core and crush materials at a million atmospheres

Scientific American:
Bayes's Theorem: What's the Big Deal?

Gizmag:
Four new elements confirmed

BBC News:
Who, What, Why: How do elements get their names?

IEEE Spectrum:
Radiation-Proof Robot's Terrifying Safety Demonstration

Inverse:
Crime Fighting Robots Now Patrol Silicon Valley

Daily Mail:
The most accurate ocean floor map ever made: Scientists reveal the alien landscape beneath the sea in incredible detail

Astrobiology Magazine:
The origins of abiotic species

Astrobiology Magazine:
Enough Oxygen Long Before Animals Rose

Gizmodo:
A Fossilized Ancient Ant Queen Emerges From a 46-Million-Year-Old Rock

National Geographic:
The Largest Ape That Ever Lived Was Doomed By Its Size

Daily Mail:
Did this shell belong to an ancient giant armadillo? 3ft fossil found in Argentina may have protected 10,000-year-old glyptodont

Sputnik News:
Next Generation Warfare: Russian Cyborg Rats Versus Terrorists

Smithsonian Magazine:
14 Fun Facts About Parrots

The Guardian:
Human-Neanderthal relationships may be at root of modern allergies

Smithsonian Magazine:
A Journey to the Oldest Cave Paintings in the World

Smithsonian Magazine:
This Ancient Grain May Have Helped Humans Become Farmers

Live Science:
2,700-Year-Old Farmhouse Unearthed in Israel

Ancient Origins:
Unraveling the Origins of the Roman Sword Discovered Off Oak Island

The History Blog:
Ivan the Terrible-era weapons cache found

The History Blog:
Skeleton found under Scottish school playground may have been a pirate

Smithsonian Magazine:
Shakespeare's First Folio Goes on Tour in the U.S.

Daily Mail:
Two of Marie Antoinette's four children were fathered by her Swedish diplomat lover during 20-year affair, secret love letters reveal

The History Blog:
18th c. scuttled ship found on Potomac riverfront

Atlas Obscura:
Shocking Scenes From Benjamin Franklin's Experimental Electricity Parties

Smithsonian Magazine:
The History of the United States' First Refugee Crisis

Atlas Obscura:
The Exquisite 19th-Century Infographics That Explained the History of the Natural World

The History Blog:
George III's huge map collection digitized

Atlas Obscura:
The Pair of American Politicians Who Fought the 19th Century's Silliest Duel

Smithsonian Magazine:
The Earliest Memoir by a Black Inmate Reveals the Long Legacy of Mass Incarceration

Smithsonian Magazine:
The Early History of Autism in America

Scientific American:
California Megaflood: Lessons from a Forgotten Catastrophe

The History Blog:
Civil War-era cedar log "corduroy road" found in Virgina

Smithsonian Magazine:
How the Phonograph Changed Music Forever

Daily Mail:
It ain't worth a dime! One of only nine existing 10 cent coins struck in 1894 expected to fetch more than $1MILLION at auction

Coin News:
Legend Numismatics Acquires 1894-S Barber Dime for $2M+

Jalopnik:
How A Car Company Built So Many Important Military Machines Of World War II

BBC News:
Shostakovich's symphony played by a starving orchestra

Atlas Obscura:
Oise Aisne American Cemetery, Plot E

San Francisco Chronicle:
36 amazing historic photos of celebrities visiting San Francisco

Gizmodo:
How Kids of the 1950s Got The Idea That They Could Hunt Dinosaurs on Venus

Smithsonian Magazine:
How "The Sound of Silence" Became a Surprise Hit

Mysterious Universe:
Opening the "James Bond File"

BBC News:
The little car you can drive in France without a licence

Jalopnik:
This Absurdly Detailed WWII Reenactment With Miniature Radio-Controlled Vehicles Is Awesome

Smithsonian Magazine:
Seven Must-See Museums in Austria

Smithsonian Magazine:
Visit These Ten Sites Celebrating Major Anniversaries in 2016

Smithsonian Magazine:
New Exhibition Featuring Picasso, O'Keeffe, Hopper and Many Others Brings Modernism Into Focus

Ars Technica:
73 nations face off at the World Magic Cup

January 8, 2016

Daily Mail:
Watch the radical 'AirMule' take to the air: Bizarre 'cargo drone' prototype will fly injured soldiers from the battlefield - or deliver your shopping

Daily Mail:
The superfast 50mph flying wing 'stealth drone' you can launch by THROWING it into the air

Jalopnik:
Watch Boeing Build An Entire F/A-18F Super Hornet In This Time-Lapse Video

Jalopnik:
Check Out The USS Constellation's Super Diverse Carrier Air Wing From 1967

Atlas Obscura:
Hangar One

DSFP's Spaceflight History:
The Russians are Roving! The Russians are Roving! A 1970 JPL Plan for a 1979 Mars Rover

DSFP's Spaceflight History:
Triple-Flyby: Venus-Mars-Venus Piloted Missions in the Late 1970s/Early 1980s (1967)

DSFP's Spaceflight History:
Harold Urey and the Moon (1961)

BBC News:
Gary Powers: The U2 spy pilot the US did not love

January 7, 2016

iDigital Times:
UFO Hunters Turn Up Rare Disney Alien Documentary, But Is It Part Of A Disclosure Conspiracy?

Stuff NZ:
Meteorite could hold clues to solar system creation

Popular Science:
What's The Best Way To Protect Earth From Incoming Asteroids?

Ars Technica:
For Russia's space program, 2016 may be a make-or-break year

Spaceflight Now:
ESA wants to be a part of NASA's mission to Europa

Space Daily:
Rover Rounds Martian Dune to Get to the Other Side

Slate - Bad Astronomy:
An Interactive Crash Course Tour of the Solar System

Discovery News:
Black Holes Set the Clock for Life on Earth

New Scientist:
Star clusters could host long-lived technological civilisations

New Scientist:
The Visit: What aliens would really mean for us as humans

January 6, 2016

News.com Australia:
The Westall 'UFO' incident still remains a mystery 50 years after it occurred

Daily Mail:
One giant leap for Britain: Nasa confirms Tim Peake WILL make history with six-hour spacewalk to repair the ISS next week

Daily Mail:
SpaceX's Falcon 9 booster is back at its base: Firm releases the first image of Elon Musk's pristine record-breaking rocket

Gizmag:
Cassini snaps image of the Saturnian moons Enceladus, Rhea and Atlas

Universe Today:
What Is The Heliocentric Model Of The Universe?

Smithsonian Magazine:
Long-Lost Photos of Eclipses and Stars Found in an Observatory Basement

Discovery News:
This is the Entire Universe Squeezed into One Image

January 5, 2016

Slate - Bad Astronomy:
No, the Asteroid Apophis STILL Won't Hit Us in 2036

Spaceflight Now:
European Mars probe arrives at launch site

Gizmodo:
The Bizarre Way Jupiter Helped Life Evolve on Earth

Slate - Bad Astronomy:
Dione, From Afar

Universe Today:
How Strong is Gravity on Other Planets?

Discovery News:
3-D Printed Ceramics Could Build Next-Gen Spaceships

New Scientist:
Gardening in space: Sow the cosmological seeds and scatter

January 4, 2016

Slate - Bad Astronomy:
In Spain, 2015 Ends with a Cosmic Bang

Spaceflight Insider:
Russia dissolves its federal space agency, what now?

Spaceflight Now:
China launches eagle-eyed satellite to stare down at Earth

Gizmag:
Potential delay for first test flight of India's spaceplane demonstrator

Gizmag:
Elon Musk says Falcon 9 ready to go again

Discovery News:
Mars Orbiter Catches a Crater Full of Cracks

Live Science:
Space Fuel: Plutonium-238 Created After 30-Year Wait

Spaceflight Insider:
SpaceX, Blue Origin and the dream of reusable rockets

Ars Technica:
Space for Europe and for all humankind: A brief history of the ESA

NEW YEAR'S WEEKEND EDITION: January 1 through January 3, 2016

Slate - Bad Astronomy:
Will the Universe Expand Forever? Crash Course Astronomy Episode 43: Dark Energy

Sputnik News:
CERN's 'Collider of the Future' to Be Based on Russian Design

Gizmag:
VertiGo wheeled robot isn't stopped by walls

Daily Mail:
Is this how BB-8 works? Wheels inside drive Droid's body and 'pendulum' head is held on by a magnet, claims patent

Live Science:
San Andreas May Be a 'Zipper' Fault

Daily Mail:
To the ends of the earth: Photographer travels to Greenland to capture the striking splendour of the 'iceberg capital of the world'

Astrobiology Magazine:
Geologists focus on mineral for clues to beginning of biological life on earth

Daily Mail:
The first life to have a home: Microbes from 3.2 BILLION years ago hid in crevices to avoid harmful radiation from the sun

Astrobiology Magazine:
Life exploded on Earth after slow rise of oxygen

Live Science:
Sacred Datura: Photos of a Beautiful (But Poisonous) Plant

Daily Mail:
Internet baffled by mysterious 'alien eggs' hatching in British countryside that are actually unusual fungus

io9:
A Well-Preserved Whale Fossil Has Been Discovered on a California Mountain

Science Magazine:
Feature: Solving the mystery of dog domestication

The History Blog:
A look inside a crocodile mummy

Stuff NZ:
'Extinct' snakes surface in Australia

Smithsonian Magazine:
A New Species of Shark Gives a Hat Tip to Both Jaws and Ninjas

Stuff NZ:
Irish originated from the Middle East, DNA analysis shows

The History Blog:
Otzi has the world's oldest known tattoos

Daily Mail:
Ghoulish 'rattle' found in 4,500-year-old infant's grave: Figurines carved from antlers may have been used to protect the baby from evil

National Geographic:
Did Egypt's Old Kingdom Die - or Simply Fade Away?

The Guardian:
Stonehenge tunnel survey reveals new sites, and mysteries

Ancient Origins:
Two 3,400-Year-Old Shrines with Statues discovered at Egyptian Quarry Site

Daily Mail:
Tomb of Tutankhamun's wet nurse is opened for the first time since it was discovered in 1996... as Egypt launch a PR offensive in a bid to woo tourists back

The History Blog:
Tomb of Tutankhamun's wet nurse, maybe sister, opens

Ancient Origins:
Tomb Hidden by History, Now Revealed: Wet Nurse of Tutankhamun May have been His Own Sister

National Geographic:
Could Queen Nefertiti's Tomb Reveal Secrets From Egypt's Shadowy Past?

Mysterious Universe:
Ancient Tablet Looks Like Cell Phone With Cuneiform Keys

Daily Mail:
Gold plates and coins among valuable haul unearthed by archaeologists at 2,000-year-old royal tombs in China

Ancient Origins:
2,000-Year-Old Public Laundry in Pompeii, Restored and Opened to the Public for the First Time

The History Blog:
Five homes, one laundry reopened at Pompeii

Daily Mail:
The battle that created a river god: Ancient Turkish altar shows son of Hercules battling hydra - just like his father

Scientific American:
Archaeological Finds in El Salvador Tell a Whole Different Tale about Maya Society

Daily Mail:
Corinth's secrets revealed: Full extent of ancient underwater harbour is being uncovered by archaeologists

Daily Mail:
Mysterious 'Jewish spell' found in ancient amulet: Scans reveal 'magical symbols' inscribed on 1,300-year-old silver scroll

Ancient Origins:
Magical Incantation Discovered on Ancient Silver Scroll Written in Unknown Language

Atlas Obscura:
The First Woman to Publish a Book in English Lived in One Room, Walled Off From Society

Daily Mail:
From Mona Lisa to war machines: Leonardo da Vinci's skill as an inventor is revealed in stunning new exhibition showcasing designs that were well ahead of his time

Mysterious Universe:
Was John Dee's Fascination With the Occult Driven by Espionage?

The History Blog:
Thames mudlarks find tiny gold Tudor accessories

Daily Mail:
New Year, Old Calendar: The Origins and Controversy of the Gregorian Calendar

Daily Mail:
Johannes Kepler Defended His Mother in a Witchcraft Trial

Air & Space Magazine:
Spirit of St. Louis Replica Soars Over New York

The History Blog:
Alexander Hamilton powder horn for sale

Daily Mail:
Sheet music handwritten by Beethoven and lost for 205-years is sold for $100,000 after being discovered hanging in a hallway by a classical music fan as he appraised a Connecticut home

Atlas Obscura:
Object of Intrigue: Two-Wheeled Transport for Regency Dandies

Atlas Obscura:
The Heavily Judged Female Entertainers Who Crushed Stereotypes In the Old West

Daily Mail:
Professor finds rare audio of basketball inventor James Naismith describing how he created the game

San Francisco Chronicle:
The Unknown Midwinter Fair - San Francisco 1894

Daily Mail:
Amazing images of a long-forgotten Germany: Fascinating book shows landmarks at turn of the 20th century before country was devastated by two World Wars

Atlas Obscura:
How New Year's Eve Came to Times Square

National Geographic:
Our Most Stunning Antique Photos of Women Around the World

Daily Mail:
From the ship's grand staircase to the 'heart of the ocean' necklace and even the deadly iceberg: Exhibition recreates the doomed Titanic in every detail for a very personal experience of the tragedy

Daily Mail:
The masterpiece that Charlie Chaplin never finished: Hollywood icon's script 'The Freak' told the tragic story of winged angel who was based on his daughter

Daily Mail:
Such very seductive shoplifters: Stuffing loot into their bloomers, how a ruthless girl gang spread havoc across London - flirting with victims or battering them with diamond-ring knuckle-dusters

Atlas Obscura:
Venison Jello, 'Mystery Ingredients,' and Other Triumphs of Soviet Cuisine

BBC News:
Alexei Stakhanov: The USSR's superstar miner

Atlas Obscura:
How a Homeless Woman Rescued a Brazilian Murder Castle

BBC News:
Searching for Vadim Kozin, the Soviet tango king

Gizmodo:
This Weather Phenomenon Caused a Nuclear Bomb Test to Go Horribly Awry

Daily Mail:
The cities that America was prepared to wipe off the map in nuclear war: Newly declassified target list of populations that would have been systematically destroyed by a storm of US A-bombs

The Guardian:
The trial of Lady Chatterley's Lover

io9:
Remembering the Mysterious "Vela Incident" 36 Years Later

BBC News:
The East German team that refused to die

Daily Mail:
The DOOMSDAY plan: Military bosses reveal survival system that is in place if America's power systems are wiped out by cyber attacks

BBC News:
A watchmaker's paradise

Gizmag:
The 10 wildest off-road vehicles of 2015

National Geographic:
2015 Was a Big Year for Animals Riding Animals

io9:
The 10 Best and 10 Worst Science Fiction And Fantasy Movies of 2015

Gizmodo:
The 10 Scariest, Weirdest, Coolest Robots of 2015

Archaeology Magazine:
Top 10 Discoveries of 2015

Ancient Origins:
Top Ten Historical and Archaeological Discoveries of 2015

Ancient Origins:
Top 10 Human Origins Discoveries in 2015

Ancient Origins:
Top 10 Underwater Discoveries of 2015

San Francisco Chronicle:
Things you'll never see again in San Francisco

Smithsonian Magazine:
From Teeth to Toilets, This Dazzling Exhibit of Gold Artifacts Has the Midas Touch

National Geographic:
A New Site Lets You Walk the British Museum From Your Couch

Smithsonian Magazine:
The Enduring Mystique of the Venetian Lagoon

Atlas Obscura:
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