Good News / Updated It's a commercial even a Red Sox fan can appreciate. As Derek Jeter rounds third on the way to retirement, a new Gatorade commercial has baseball fans getting misty-eyed. With Frank
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An artist goes diving with a custom-built scanner. These wild images are the result. (Photo Credit: Emy Mazzola) Rippling Images is a fitting name for Nathaniel Stern's latest works of art, and in more
Cosmigraphics, a coffee table book of the most incredible images in the history of astronomy, is out now. Cosmigraphics, a coffee table book of the most incredible images in the history of astronomy, out