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It's blobby. It's bright purple. It lives under the water. But what is it? Scientists aren't exactly sure just yet.
The crew of Exploration Vessel Nautilus was amazed and delighted to find a strange, small purple orb off the coast of California's Channel Islands. Watch as they observe and then retrieve the orb for testing.
Lorelai and Rory will start in with the sassiness right after Thanksgiving, so fans have something new to be thankful for this year.
The legendary mobile music machine was everywhere in the 1980s and 1990s, and now you can own more than you'll ever have room for.
A Russian company invites audiophiles to play Donald Trump "like he's been playing you" with a Bluetooth speaker embedded in a bust of the GOP presidential nominee.
Rocky, a friendly ape, might be the key to how we humans found our voices. He also really likes treats.
Watch as a flood of green light washes over the Earth and the space station in a lovely time-lapse video.
A suggested new Lego set honoring female pioneers who helped further US space exploration could hit store shelves if it gets enough votes on the Lego Ideas site.
Officials from the Japanese city worry the search for Pikachu could disrupt an annual ceremony remembering victims of the first atomic bomb.
The European Space Agency bids a bittersweet final farewell to the comet lander that got lost in the shadows.
Star Trek 50 Artists 50 Years celebrates the rich history of the sci-fi series. Check out some of the funny, colourful and stunning pieces in the exhibition.
If the antiperspirant isn't cutting it, how about a fan for your pits?
Welcome to Toronto's first poop-themed dessert cafe, where you'll enjoy sweet-smelling treats out of toilet-style dishes. You could even call the place a dump.