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This Destiny team just punched their way through the game's toughest raid

One of <i>Destiny</i>'s hardest challenges, the Crota's End raid in <i>The Dark Below</i> expansion, has been made something of a joke by this six-man fireteam. That's because they did it without using their guns — they basically punched everything in Crota's End to death.<p>Their "no gun run," posted to Reddit last …

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Destiny: Crota's New Hard Raid Weapons - IGN Video

Alfredo and Jose showcase the brand new Legendary primary weapons that are only obtainable through the Crota's End Raid on Hard difficulty.


Huge asteroid to 'narrowly' miss Earth

Space rock code-named 2004 BL86 set to pass Earth on January 26 in 'near miss' and won't be seen again for next 200 years<p>Amateur stargazers will have a once-in-a-decade opportunity to see an asteroid a third of a mile wide “narrowly” miss Earth on January 26.<p>The space rock, code-named 2004 BL86, is …


It's time to pay attention to Life is Strange

So, the start of a new year means clearing the decks and figuring out which games to start getting interested in for the next 12 months.<p>One that I'm keeping a close eye on is Dontnod's <i>Life is Strange</i>, an episodic choice-and-consequences drama due for release at the end of this month. Based on the …

APOD: In the Arms of NGC 1097 (2015 Jan 09) Image Credit & Copyright: Steve Mazlin, Jack Harvey, Jose Joaquin Perez; SSRO-South, at PROMPT/CTIO Explanation: Spiral galaxy NGC 1097 shines in southern skies, about 45 million light-years away in the chemical constellation Fornax. Its blue spiral arms are mottled with pinkish star forming regions in this colorful galaxy portrait. They seem to have wrapped around a small companion galaxy below and left of center, about 40,000 light-years from the spiral's luminous core. That's not NGC 1097's only peculiar feature, though. The very deep exposure hints of faint, mysterious jets, most easily seen to extend well beyond the bluish arms toward the left. In fact, four faint jets are ultimately recognized in optical images of NGC 1097. The jets trace an X centered on the galaxy's nucleus, but probably don't originate there. Instead, they could be fossil star streams, trails left over from the capture and disruption of a much smaller galaxy in the large spiral's ancient past. A Seyfert galaxy, NGC 1097's nucleus also harbors a supermassive black hole. Starship Asterisk* • APOD Discussion Page #APOD