Shiriel Rosas

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Butterfly Mobile Made from Aluminum Pop Cans

<b>Super simple way to recycle those ubiquitous aluminum pop cans! Turn them into a mobile of fluttering butterflies!</b><p>Making the mobile is fairly easy …

Some of the Best Free Kitchen Label Printables

Thanks to the Internet, there are tons and tons of ways to snatch up free advice. Whether you need help decorating or organizing, there are so many …

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10 Easy DIY Photo Frame Designs

Can’t really think of any particular gift for a loved one? How about making something yourself? That’s always a good idea. You could make a photo …

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The 15-Minute No-Equipment Workout

Torch calories, fry fat, and sculpt lean muscle with this anytime, anywhere body-weight routine<p>There are lots of machines that can help you get slim and sculpted, but there's one that is sometimes overlooked: you! "Your body is the best piece of equipment you have," says New York City personal …

101 Greatest Running Tips

Fitspiration for your feet, courtesy of our friends at Runner’s World

8 Essential Abs Moves to Get a Flat Belly

Use these creative ab exercises to strengthen and slim your tummy<p>The key to a sculpted midsection is using smart and effective stabilizing moves. But if your body fat is too high, it won't matter how wisely you work your abs—they won't show. That's why you need to add those moves to a full-body …

The (15 Minute) Bye-Bye Arm Jiggle Workout

Strapless dresses expose your upper back, shoulders, upper chest, and arms. This workout will shape all those places. Do these arm exercises one after another with no rest in between. Repeat the circuit, resting a minute between circuits.<p>1. Standing V Raise<p>Hold a dumbbell in each hand and stand …

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You might see some meteors in early September

The peak of the Aurigid meteor shower has passed, but you still might see meteors in early September. Expect a handful each hour in a clear, dark sky.<p>…

Starwatch: The September night sky

Cassiopeia is high to the N of E, above Perseus, Taurus and the Pleiades at our star map times as the small but attractive constellation of Delphinus the Dolphin stands well up on the meridian. The diamond formed by the latter's principal stars, sometimes known as Job's Coffin, lies to the left of …

Use Big Dipper to find North Star

Tonight’s chart shows Polaris and the Big and Little Dippers for a September evening. You can use the Big Dipper to find Polaris, which is also known …

Earthshine on this morning’s waning moon

Just as bright moonlight can illuminate an earthly landscape, so bright Earthlight can illuminate a moonscape. That earthly light on the moon is …

APOD: North America and the Pelican (2013 Sep 03) Image Credit & Copyright: Scott Rosen http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap130903.html Explanation: Here lie familiar shapes in unfamiliar locations. On the left is an emission nebula cataloged as NGC 7000, famous partly because it resembles our fair planet's continent of North America. The emission region to the right of the North America Nebula is IC 5070, also known for its suggestive outlines as the Pelican Nebula. Separated by a dark cloud of obscuring dust, the two bright nebulae are about 1,500 light-years away. At that distance, the 4 degree wide field of view spans 100 light-years. This spectacular cosmic portrait combines narrow band images to highlight bright ionization fronts with fine details of dark, dusty forms in silhouette. Emission from atomic hydrogen, sulfur, and oxygen is captured in the narrow band data. These nebulae can be seen with binoculars from a dark location. Look northeast of bright star Deneb in the constellation of Cygnus the Swan. http://www.astronomersdoitinthedark.com/ Starship Asterisk* • APOD Discussion Page http://asterisk.apod.com/discuss_apod.php?date=130903 #APOD

FYI: Can I Buy The Moon?

Or at least a little piece of it?<p>Can I buy the moon?<p>For now at least, the moon is like the sea: everyone can use it, but no one can own it. In 1967 the U.S. and the Soviet Union negotiated the Outer Space Treaty, which states that no nation can own a piece of the moon or an asteroid. "You have a …