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Nasa reveals solar winds stripped Mars' atmosphere

Nasa announces new findings relating to the atmosphere of Mars which could give insight into the planet's past and the possibility of life on the red planet

Solar Wind

Nikki Reed: What I Wish I Knew About Beauty When I Was Younger

Our columnist was playing with makeup before she knew how to ride a bike, but it took more than a skilled hand to establish her relationship with inner worth.<p><b>Welcome to Take Five, my recurring beauty and nutrition column on ELLE.com</b> <i>culled from a lifelong passion for animals, the outdoors, and</i> …

Tesla says it's on track to show the Model 3 in March 2016

In its third quarter 2015 shareholder letter released today, Tesla reiterated that it plans on showing its Model 3 — a critical vehicle for the company that is expected to bring Tesla within reach of middle-class car buyers — in March of next year. CEO Elon Musk first said it'd be shown in March …

Tesla

NASA Posts New Photos Of Last Year’s Orbital Sciences Rocket Explosion To Flickr

They're terrifying, and beautiful<p>Just seconds after liftoff on October 28, 2014, an Orbital Sciences rocket exploded, destroying 5,000 pounds of space station supplies. No one was onboard, thankfully, but the blast took out part of the Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia.<p>NASA and Orbital Sciences …

Australian Photographer Captures the Most Beautiful Images of Waves You’ll Ever See

Australian photographer Ray Collins stumbled into his career as an ocean photographer almost by accident. Eight years ago, while working as a coal …

23 Blackberry Recipes to Convince You It's the King of Berries

All of our best recipes that feature show-stopping blackberries.<p><b>These gorgeous berries of dark red or black—perfect for desserts</b>, salads, syrups, even cocktails—are stunning show-stoppers as either a main ingredient or simple garnish. They're also a "superfood" packed with nutrients. Despite their …

Ice Cream

Celebrity baby names: The best of the unique

Some celebrities like their children to be as distinctive as they are, giving them unusual names. Check the photos to see examples.

Never Burn Your Pan-Fried Potatoes Again

Make the awesomest pan-fried potatoes.<p><i>Yes, everybody makes basic cooking mistakes. Like, say, something as simple as overcooking mushrooms or toasting grains and spices. Below, reader Sloane Michelle Sanders confesses to (always) burning pan-fried potatoes to associate food editor Rick Martinez.</i> …

Cooking

Canon’s L Lens Red Ring Spreads to Printers with the imagePROGRAF PRO-1000

The “L” in Canon’s L-series lenses stands for “luxury,” and the professional-grade lenses can be easily recognized by the distinctive red ring found …

The Mason Jar, Reborn

How a container once integral to farming culture came to be the hipster vessel of choice: an Object Lesson<p>In the mid-1970s, my parents fled the New Jersey suburbs to build a house in rural New Hampshire, where my mother tended a large vegetable and herb garden. The growing season in New Hampshire …

Empire strikes back: America's breakthrough drama returns

Fox's hip-hop drama is changing the landscape of TV in America. On the brink of its second series, Stephen Armstrong charts Empire's meteoric rise<p>For the past few weeks, American celebrity-news magazines, fashion blogs and gossip columns have been obsessed with the actress Taraji P Henson – from …

TV

Photos: The Beautiful Architecture of India’s Ancient Stepwells

Over the past several years, Chicago-based journalist Victoria Lautman has traveled through India numerous times, visiting over 120 ancient stepwells …

Four future space technologies that will change the world in your lifetime

From ending natural disasters, to flying to Sydney in an hour, scientists are working on future technologies to solve some of humanity's biggest challenges<p>Imagine a world where severe storms, tornadoes, and flash flooding are no longer a threat to human life. Or a time when flying from London to …

Time Travel

Why You Should Always Make Time for Personal Projects

Whether you’ve been a photographer for 10 weeks or 10 years, we’ve all heard the cautionary tales about yet another creative who’s packed it all up, …

LG's new gadget lets you control home appliances remotely

LG has announced the SmartThinQ Sensor, a device that can monitor your home appliances and allow you to control them from anywhere with an app.<p>The company says its latest offering can sense vibration and temperature when attached to devices and beam those readings back to your phone.<p>For example, …

Home Appliances

How to Create A Great Composite Portrait - Part 1: Lightroom Preparations

Composite images, if they are realistic enough, require some trickery to be created properly. It requires both photographing and post-processing …

Tutorials

Pear juice before alcohol may combat hangover

Scientists find that Asian pears contain properties that effect alcohol metabolism, reducing memory loss and boosting concentration<p>Drinking pear juice before a night of heavy drinking could reduce the effects of a hangover, research suggests.<p>Australian government scientists found that for those …

Speech Debelle: ‘Man, the music business is cold’

Three years after winning the Mercury prize, the rapper suffered a major meltdown. Now, as she’s about to perform her new album, she reveals why she’s back on stage<p>On 8 September 2009, Speech Debelle’s career began to unravel. That evening, the British rapper’s debut beat albums by indie favourites …

New Albums

Portraits of the Disappearing Tribes of the World

Photographer Jimmy Nelson spent three years between 2010 and 2013 visiting some of the indigenous cultures found in the furthest corners of our …

27 Reasons Why Zoë Kravitz Is A Legend In The Making

Know her.

Mad Max

Iconic images by documentary photographer Mary Ellen Mark, who has died at 75

Photo: Mary Ellen Mark.<p>Mary Ellen Mark: March 20, 1940 - May 25, 2015.<p>The documentary photographer who is best known for her haunting portraits of …

Interview: The Late Mary Ellen Mark on Documenting Seattle’s Street Youth

Documentary photographer Mary Ellen Mark, who has had her photographs featured in publications such as <i>Life</i>, <i>The New Yorker</i>, and <i>Vanity Fair</i>, died …

Killer robots will leave humans 'utterly defenceless' warns professor

Robots, called LAWS – lethal autonomous weapons systems – will be able to kill without human intervention<p>Killer robots which are being developed by the US military ‘will leave humans utterly defenceless‘, an academic has warned.<p>Two programmes commissioned by the US Defense Advanced Research …

Robotics

The doomsday vault: the seeds that could save a post-apocalyptic world

One Tuesday last winter, in the town nearest to the North Pole, Robert Bjerke turned up for work at his regular hour and looked at the computer monitor on his desk to discover, or so it seemed for a few horrible moments, that the future of human civilisation was in jeopardy.<p>The morning of 16 …

North Pole

Kanye West says Billboard music awards ‘grossly over-censored’ his performance

After large sections of West’s lyrics were cut, the rapper released a statement to say that his BMAs performance had been ‘seriously misrepresented’<p>Kanye West has said he was “grossly over-censored” during his performance at the Billboard music awards. A statement released by the rapper’s publicist …

Music

The Mindy Project: 15 Quotes That Made Us All Feel Less Alone In The World

As The Mindy Project is cancelled, we say a fond farewell to the hilarious show by remembering some of the spot-on Dr Mindy Lahiri quotes that made …

At home with the world's last male northern white rhinoceros

With rhino numbers collapsed due to poaching for their horns, a lot rides on one pampered animal in the Kenyan savannah doing his best to further the species<p>Mohamed Doyo seems to have a dream job. Every evening, he patrols the Kenyan savannah, glimpsing lions chasing down darting Thomson’s …

Extinction

From avocado to argan: the new oils taking over our kitchens

Choosing oil for the kitchen these days is a slippery business – simply reaching for the olive oil is not on. Supermarket shelves are now groaning with different types of oil, from pumpkin seed to hemp– and all have their merits. The most recent contender is the much loved argan oil, used by chefs …

Astronaut Scott Kelly watched Gravity in space last night

So, let's say you're one month into a year-long mission on the International Space Station, and you're feeling a little bored. You decide to pop in a movie. What film do you choose?<p>If you're Scott Kelly, it's <i>Gravity</i>. The astronaut tweeted a photo of "movie night" aboard ISS, and, sure enough, you …

Space Exploration

Alain Ducasse: the chef who sent food into space

Celebrated French chef Alain Ducasse, whose restaurants hold 19 Michelin stars, talks about the art of cooking - and how he develops food fit for astronauts<p>Alain Ducasse is one chef who can honestly claim that his food is out of this world. Not because his restaurants hold a constellation of 19 …