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Солнечное затмение 29 июля 1878 года в Вайоминге из книги Этьена Трувело

Солнечное затмение 29 июля 1878 года в Вайоминге из книги Этьена Трувело

In November of 1896, two young boys became famous after they found the "St. Augustine Monster" on Anastasia Island in Florida. Originally postulated to be the remains of a gigantic octopus, it is one of the earliest recorded examples of a "globster," an unidentified organic mass. Recent analysis concludes that the St. Augustine Monster was a large mass of a collagenous matrix of whale blubber, likely from a sperm whale. (Li

10 Weirdest Items in the Smithsonian Institution

One night in Oklahoma, there were three fatal car crashes that killed several people. The wrecked vehicles were taken to a local impound lot, and the employees there witnessed something amazing on their surveillance cameras: a white figure moving around the destroyed cars.

10 Scariest Ghostly Images And Recordings - ghost images, scariest images

The Oklahoma impound lot ghost. This "ghost" has been duplicated too many times using a small action figure (usually a He-Man figure) and some monofiliment for the video to be considered genuine.

[Found here. Lots more below the break.] [UPDATE 31 July 2016- I disabled the source link as it now redirects to a malware site. The source of the image is likely a fold-out from National Geographi…

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The Trouvelot Astronomical Drawings (1882) | The Public Domain Review

The November meteors, observed between midnight and 5 A. on November by French artist and astronomer Étienne Léopold Trouvelot

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Corythucha ciliata, the sycamore lace bug, is a species of lace bug Tingidae that is linked to sycamores in the New and Old It is native to the New world.

Total eclipse of the sun, observed July 29, 1878, at Creston, Wyoming Territory

Étienne Léopold Trouvelot’s Stunning 19th-Century Astronomical Drawings of Celestial Objects and Phenomena

A total eclipse of the sun observed July at Creston, Wyoming Territory and illustrated by Trouvelot. Art of E.L Trouvelot

Total solar eclipse by Étienne Léopold Trouvelot, observed July 29, 1878, Creston, Wyoming

Total solar eclipse by Étienne Léopold Trouvelot (1878) Art Print

Total solar eclipse by Étienne Léopold Trouvelot Art Print by Maria Popova

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See Photos From the Apollo Space Missions Through Astronauts' Eyes

"Emptiness, which is conceptually liable to be mistaken for sheer nothingness, is in fact the reservoir of infinite possibilities." —D. T. Suzuki (Painting: "Golden Sun" Japan, Meiji era, 1878) ..*

"Emptiness, which is conceptually liable to be mistaken for sheer nothingness, is in fact the reservoir of infinite possibilities.