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British Boutique Car Company Jensen Is Returning In 2016, Reveals Clay Model

From 1967 until 1976, if you were too quirky to buy a BMW 3.0CS and too tweedy for a Chevy Camaro, you might have purchased a new Jensen Interceptor. Powered by an American big-block V-8 and built in England, the suavely handsome Interceptor (pictured at the bottom of this post) cost a lot more …

Black hole 12bn times more massive than sun is discovered

A monster black hole powering “the brightest lighthouse in the distant universe” has been discovered that is 12bn times more massive than the sun, scientists have revealed.<p>The extraordinary object is at the centre of a quasar - an intensely powerful galactic radiation source - with a million …

Universe

Ronnie O'Sullivan Hits 147 vs. Matt Selt at UK Championship Despite Broken Ankle

Not even a broken ankle can stop Ronnie O'Sullivan from continuing to rewrite snooker's record books, as The Rocket gave himself an early birthday present in the form of his 13th career maximum 147 break on Thursday.<p>Going up against Matt Selt in the Round of 16 of the UK Championship, O'Sullivan …

Snooker

A Box of WWII Souvenirs Yields a Trove of Nazi Creation Myths

Paper envelope designed to hold 50 black and white "cigarette book" photos. The following slides in this gallery feature<p>... VIEW MORE<p>Courtesy Barbara …

June guide to the bright planets

Here’s how to find the bright planets – Jupiter, Venus, Mars, Saturn, Mercury – in June 2018.<p>Click the name of a planet to learn more about its …

Astronomy

Improbable Thruster Seems to Work by Violating Known Laws of Physics — NOVA Next | PBS

Every action creates an equal and opposite reaction. It’s perhaps the best known law of physics, and Guido Fetta thinks he’s found a way around …