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This plane looks blue under ultraviolet light, but it's designed to be green.
For Californians, Thanksgiving is prime time for butterfly counting.
The brown and black bristles help the caterpillar survive harsh winters.
The Cassini spacecraft's sweeping shot shows Saturn, its moons and rings, and Earth, Venus, and Mars.
This tree's kaleidoscopic bark is a photographer's delight.
These bats could be considered the "Mavericks of the bat world."
The phenomenon has impressed people for centuries, but it has yet to be created in the lab.
A method using consumer grade photography gear offers a fresh look at the northern lights.
A lofty view from space reveals the Red Planet's polygonal geometry.
This olive-like structure is composed of tiny luminescing spheres that could be used in cellular imaging.
Firefighter Greg Sanders encountered a flaming, cobra-like swirl while doing reconnaissance work in Virginia.
The Tissandier brothers contributed to France's reputation as the balloon capital of the world.
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