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Fantastic Photos of the Earth from Above

1206 Fantastic Photos of the Earth from Above
Egmont National Park in New Zealand with Mt. Taranaki at its center is seen in a Landsat 8 satellite image. (Photo by Reuters/NASA/USGS)

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Homebuilt Real Flight Simulator

1205 Homebuilt Real Flight Simulator
Igor Perne (L), 53, an electronic engineer and a member of the International Virtual Aviation Organisation (IVAO), and fellow virtual pilot Franc Lavric gesture for the camera before taking off on a virtual flight in a flight simulator in Nova Vas, Slovenia November 13, 2014. In 2011, Perne, a lifelong flying enthusiast, bought parts of a written-off Cyprus Airways airliner and then spent two and a half years turning the entire nose of the scrapped aircraft into an elaborate flight simulator. Perne had to install some 10km (6.21 miles) of wiring to connect some 300 working switches and 250 indicator lights, as well as hooking up six computers to run the simulation. Perne cooperates with fellow flying enthusiasts in the Netherlands, Germany, and several other countries, flying on virtual routes across a virtual European sky, complete with virtual flight control operators and realistic checklists and weather conditions. (Photo by Srdjan Zivulovic/Reuters)

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November 8 – 15: Animals of the Week

1204 November 8 – 15: Animals of the Week
A mandarinfish (Synchiropus splendidus) swims in its aquarium at the zoo in Basel, Switzerland, November 12, 2014. The zoo’s vivarium contains about 6,000 individual inhabitants from as many as 480 different species. (Photo by Georgios Kefalas/EPA)

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November 8 – 15: The Week in Arts, Fashion and Culture

1203 November 8 – 15: The Week in Arts, Fashion and Culture
People look at a stainless steel sculpture of a pair of spectacles titled “Perceiving Freedom”, a sculptural tribute to former South African president Nelson Mandela on the Sea Point promenade in Cape Town, South Africa, November 11, 2014. (Photo by Nic Bothma/EPA)

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November 8 – 15: The Week in Protests

1202 November 8 – 15: The Week in Protests
A person in a disguise sits on a sidewalk holding a candle during a protest denouncing the apparent massacre of 43 trainee teachers in Mexico City late November 8, 2014. Protesters tried to set the wooden door of Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto’s ceremonial palace on fire in the historic center. The group, carrying torches, broke away from what had been a mostly peaceful protest demanding justice for the students, who were abducted six weeks ago and apparently murdered and incinerated by corrupt police in league with drug gang members. The sign reads “Ayotzinapa, state terrorism”. (Photo by Edgard Garrido/Reuters)

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November 8 – 15: The Week in Science and Technology

1200 November 8 – 15: The Week in Science and Technology
In this photo taken Friday, November 7, 2014, laundry detergent packets are held for a photo, in Chicago. Accidental poisonings from squishy laundry detergent packets sometimes mistaken for toys or candy landed more than 700 U.S. children in the hospital in just two years, researchers report. Coma and seizures were among the most serious complications. (Photo by Charles Rex Arbogast/AP Photo)

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November 8 – 15: The Week in Photos

1199 November 8 – 15: The Week in Photos
A vegetable seller pushes his cart at a slum area in Mumbai, India’s financial capital and largest city, Tuesday, November 11, 2014. A whopping 41 percent of households in Mumbai were located in overcrowded shantytowns, where most residents are squatting illegally and many have little access to basic sanitation, according to a 2013 census report with India’s first complete count of its vast slum population. (Photo by Rafiq Maqbool/AP Photo)

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Girls of the East Asia Summit in Naypyitaw

1198 Girls of the East Asia Summit in Naypyitaw
A girl wears traditional costume of one of Myanmar’s ethnic groups during the welcoming ceremony ahead of the opening ceremony of the 25th Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) summit in Naypyitaw November 12, 2014. World leaders will descend on the capital of Myanmar this week, an event unthinkable over almost half a century of military rule, amid concern reforms that opened the country to international engagement have gone into reverse. (Photo by Damir Sagolj/Reuters)

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Solar-Powered “Solar Impulse 2” Experimental Aircraft

1196 Solar Powered “Solar Impulse 2” Experimental Aircraft
Swiss pilot Bertrand Piccard prepares for a test flight of the solar-powered Solar Impulse 2 experimental aircraft in Payerne November 13, 2014. The aircraft, weighing 2.4 tons with a wingspan of 72 meters, is fitted with more than 17,000 solar cells. An attempt to fly around the world in stages using only solar energy will be made in 2015. (Photo by Ruben Sprich/Reuters)

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Earthquake Drill in Santiago

1195 Earthquake Drill in Santiago
Students participate in an earthquake drill in their school in Santiago, November 13, 2014. Around one million people, which included students, teachers and parents, took part on Thursday in a drill that simulated a fictitious earthquake of a magnitude of 8.8 on the Richter scale, according to organizers. (Photo by Ivan Alvarado/Reuters)

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Australians Bury Heads in Sand to Mock Government Climate Stance

1194 Australians Bury Heads in Sand to Mock Government Climate Stance
A group of around 400 demonstrators participate in a protest by burying their heads in the sand at Sydney’s Bondi Beach November 13, 2014. Hundreds of protesters participated in the event, held ahead of Saturday’s G20 summit in Brisbane, which was being promoted as a message to Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott’s government that, “You have your head in the sand on climate change”. (Photo by David Gray/Reuters)

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Illegal Fishing in Zimbabwe

1193 Illegal Fishing in Zimbabwe
In this photo taken Wednesday October 29 2014, a fisherman poses with his catch on the shores of Lake Chivero, west of Harare. Illegal fishing can be hazardous in Zimbabwe, where poachers scan the banks for armed rangers and the water for crocodiles while they cast their rods. The country is in such a dire economic state that thousands of people, unable to find regular work, flock to Lake Chivero in hopes of catching fish, mostly bream, that they can sell for desperately needed income. (Photo by Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi/AP Photo)

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China: Then and Now

1191 China: Then and Now
Women wearing sunglasses pose for a group photo at a park in Beijing in 1980. (Photo by Reuters/China Daily)

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MINI Japan by Alexa Meade

1189 MINI Japan by Alexa Meade
Creators of Mini Cooper continue on with their innovative way of promoting their product. First, it was the huge cardboard boxes, which looked like packaging for full sized Mini Coopers, left all over Amsterdam. Now they’ve hired a famous artist Alexa Meade, who is known for making 3-D objects look as if they are 2-D paintings. For this project, Alexa had to fly to Japan, where she turned a whole Mini Cooper into a “drawing”. Even if you know that what you’re seeing on the picture are 3-D objects, your brain refuses to accept this, making you think that Alexa is standing near a sloppy picture of a Mini Cooper

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Sony: Underwater Selfies

1185 Sony: Underwater Selfies
Take scary good selfies with Sony Xperia. Brilliant advertisements, created by Fitzgerald+CO agency from Atlanta for Sony Xperia smartphone.

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