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May
2016

Cassini glimpses the dark eye of Saturn’s south polar storm

Composite image of Saturn's south polar vortex

The Cassini spacecraft has captured a stunningly detailed view of the "dark eye" of Saturn's vast south polar vortex, a feature so large that it could comfortably swallow planet Earth. The vista is a composite shot comprised of two separate images captured in July 2008 from a distance of roughly 392,000 km (243,578 miles) from the gas giant.

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May
2016

‘Seven Guardians’ is a New Defense Game with a Killer Art Style from the Makers of ‘Blade: Sword of Elysion’

4:33 Creative Lab, aka Four Thirty Three, makers of last year's hack 'n slash RPG Blade: Sword of Elysion [Free], have unveiled their next mobile project, a graphically rich side-scrolling strategy defense game called Seven Guardians. It's one of those side-scrolling castle defense games where you're spawning different warriors onto the battlefield in an attempt
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May
2016

Review: A snorkel that makes you feel like Aquaman

The Powerbreather comes with different attachments depending on whether you'll be swimming in calm or choppy ...

A swimmer's snorkel can dramatically change the way you bang out laps in the pool. Unlike a regular snorkel, these devices typically have a single tube that extends from a special mask up the center of your head so that you can swim without the need to turn your head from side to side to breathe. Ameo announced that it was fundamentally changing the design of the swimmer's snorkel in 2012 with its Powerbreather model. The company has finally released it and we had a chance to try it out.

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Category: Outdoors

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May
2016

Dwarf planet lurking beyond Neptune’s orbit is far larger than expected

The new study made use of data from both the Kepler and Herschel space telescopes

According to a team of astronomers making use of data from two powerful orbital telescopes, a dwarf planet known as 2007 OR10 orbiting in the far reaches of our solar system is significantly larger than previously believed. The results of the study makes the little-known planetoid the third largest dwarf planet behind Pluto and Eris.

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