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Amsterdam canal house built with 3-D printer

The Most Beautiful Places to visit in New York City, USA

from Vogue

Meet NERVO: Music and Beauty’s Hottest New Import twin sisters behind electronic dance music act Nervo—also the latest additions to CoverGirl’s star-studded roster—are prepping for their first Vogue shoot.

from NASA

Hubble Views a Young and Dynamic Elliptical Galaxy

This NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope image shows an elliptical galaxy called NGC 2865. It lies just over 100 million light-years away from us in the constellation of Hydra — The Sea Serpent — and was discovered in 1835 by astronomer John Herschel.

Cupcake Oreos Are The Latest Limited Edition Flavor

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Dresden Burst Baby Quilt - FREEBIES FOR CRAFTERS

DIY Backyard Beekeeping: A Guide for Beginners If you can garden, you can be a beekeeper. Here are the first steps: the questions to ask, the equipment you'll need and how to choose the right bees. By Kim Flottum

All four red panda pairs at the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute in Front Royal, Va., successfully bred and had cubs this year. Of the 10 cubs, more born at SCBI than any other year, seven have survived. The latest pair to have cubs was Shama and Rusty, who are best known to the public. Rusty gained national attention in June 2013 after he escaped from his enclosure on Asia Trail at the Smithsonian’s National Zoo. Shama, an experienced mother, gave birth to three cubs June 26.

from National Geographic News

New Aurora Pictures: Sky Shows Sparked by Sun Eruption

Aurora Borealis in Ersfjord, Norway. During the Northern Hemisphere's autumn and spring, solar magnetic fields are oriented in just the right way to cause "rips" in Earth's magnetic field. The resulting increase in solar wind on Earth encourages auroral sky shows but can also damage satellite technology and electrical grids on the ground. (National Geographic)

Crown princess Mary of Denmark and Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark met young Japanese students in Tokyo on March 26, 2015. (The Danish royal couple are on a three-day visit to promote Greenland)