Japan’s Lost Black Hole Satellite Just Reappeared and Nobody Knows What Happened to It

Earlier this week something happened to make Japan’s brand new black hole satellite suddenly, mysteriously lose all contact with Earth. Now, we have video of it spinning wildly in space—and JAXA has also received a few odd, new messages.

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The Vacheron Constantin Maître Cabinotier Retrograde Armillary Tourbillon

This watch is a big deal. In a way it’s as big a deal as the ref. 57260.

Put it this way. The moon landing was a big deal, but what was equally, if not more, important, was all the stuff that was done with the information and knowledge gained from the moon landing. You see what I mean?

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305-Million-Year-Old ‘Almost Spider’ Unlocks Arachnid History

A new fossil found in France is almost a spider, but not quite.

The arachnid, locked in iron carbonate for 305 million years, reveals the stepwise evolution of arachnids into spiders. Dubbed Idmonarachne brasieri after the Greek mythological figure Idmon, father of Arachne, a weaver turned into a spider by a jealous goddess, the “almost spider” lacks only the spinnerets that spiders use to turn silk into webs.

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This Upcoming Nike KD 8 Colorway Is Inspired By Sabortooth Tigers

The KD 8 has taken somewhat of a backseat recently, thanks to all the buzz surrounding the Elite version and KD 9, but Nike is still pumping out colorways of Kevin Durant’s current sneaker model. The latestcolorway to emerge uses a sabertooth tiger theme, and comes dressed in orange, black, and light brown.

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