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Beautiful Long-Exposure Photographs Of Ballet Dancers by Jesús Chapa-Malacara

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'Legend Of Hercules' Bombed At Theaters This Weekend

The Lionsgate / Summit Entertainment film brought in $8.6 million while costing an estimated $70 million.<p>Mark Wahlberg's "Lone Survivor," "The Wolf of Wall Street," and Disney's animated flick "Frozen" all easily beat out the demigod at theaters this weekend.<p>'Hercules" starred Kellan Lutz who was …

Reuters News Service

Inside Flipboard / December 9, 2013<p>The global wire service known as Reuters was, from the start, revolutionary and innovative. What would become one …

Frozen Lake Sharpe, South Dakota - The Missouri River rises in the Rocky Mountains of western Montana, and flows generally to the southeast for 3,767 kilometers (2,341 miles) to its confluence with the Mississippi River north of St. Louis, Missouri. It is the longest river in North America. The river does not follow a straight southeasterly course along this distance, but includes many meander bends such as the one in this astronaut photograph from the International Space Station. This particular bend is occupied by Lake Sharpe, an approximately 130 kilometer (80 mile) long reservoir formed behind the Big Bend Dam on the Missouri River near Lower Brule, South Dakota. The lake surface is frozen and covered with snow, presenting a uniform white appearance. As meander bends develop, they tend to assume a distinctive U shape. Over time, the river channel can continue to cut into the ends of the “U,” eventually bringing them so close together that the river then cuts across the gap to achieve a shorter flow path and cut off the meander bend. When this happens and the meander ceases to be part of the active river channel, it may become an oxbow lake. The distance across the narrow neck of land (image lower right) associated with this meander is approximately 1 kilometer (0.62 miles). However, the river flow is controlled by the Big Bend Dam downstream, so the natural process of meander cutoff has been significantly slowed. The image was taken by the space station’s Expedition 38 crew. It has been cropped and enhanced to improve contrast, and lens artifacts have been removed. Image Credit