Srijan Sehgal

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Jose Mourinho's long-awaited move to Chelsea has finally been confirmed. Are you looking forward to seeing the Special One back in England? http://bit.ly/18Jh68L

Picture Archive: Constantinople in Color, 1923

Before it became Istanbul, Constantinople crowned the Roman and Ottoman Empires.<p>It's Istanbul, not Constantinople, that straddles the Bosporus Strait today. But more than half a millennium ago—on May 29, 1453—it was Constantinople, then the last bastion of the Roman Empire, that fell to Ottoman …

Autumn on Titan, a hurricane on Saturn and fire on the international space station – in pictures | A month in space

http://www.theguardian.com/science/gallery/2013/may/31/titan-saturn-international-space-station-pictures<p>720<p>This month's roundup of the best …

Behind the Shot: Skier Carter McMillan Pulls Off a Perfect Backflip in Revelstoke, BC

<i>See more photos like this in our Extreme Photo of the Week gallery >></i><p><b>Adventure: What were you thinking at this moment?</b><b><br>Carter McMillan:</b> At that particular moment I was focused on setting the rotation for my backflip correctly, while craning my neck to catch a quick glimpse of the landing coming up …

Surprise Factor in How Stars Die: Sodium

The sodium content of sunlike stars determines if they skip a phase of death.<p><b>The way that stars spend their last years is largely shaped by their sodium "diet," according to a surprising new study published on Wednesday.</b><p>The study could upend current theories about how some stars that are similar to …

APOD: Bird Sun Dog (2013 May 27) Image Credit & Copyright: Juan Manuel Pérez Rayego http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap130527.html Explanation: Have you ever seen a little rainbow off to the side of the Sun? Rare but rewarding to see, such spectacles are known as sundogs, mock suns or parhelia. Sundogs are just sunlight refracting through hexagonal falling ice crystals in the Earth's atmosphere. When thin ice crystals flitter down nearly horizontally, they best refract sunlight sideways and create sundogs. Alternatively, randomly oriented ice crystals may create a complete circular sun halo. Sundogs occur 22 degrees to each side of a setting or rising Sun, although sometimes nearby clouds can block one or both. The above image was taken through a polarizing filter during October 2012 in Mérida, Spain. Starship Asterisk* • APOD Discussion Page http://asterisk.apod.com/discuss_apod.php?date=130527 Starship Asterisk* • On This Day in APOD http://asterisk.apod.com/view_retro.php?date=0527