Back in 1882 the planet Venus transited the sun, just as it''s going to do today, and even then scientists gathered as much information as they could from the event.
According to the description, "All 147 negatives of the 1882 Venus transit had lain patiently on a high-up, corner shelf at Lick Observatory for 120 years. Two astronomers decided to make a movie." via EarthSky
Find out more about this amazing video here on Discovery News!
Pyrosomes are colonies of tiny animals that form hollow tubes sealed at one end – the species in the first part of the video is giant pyrosome Pyrostremma spinosum – it can reach 30m in length! They're rare and strange, and someone caught them on video!
Kayaking for some may be a lesiurly sport on a river or across a lake, but for Evan Garcia it's an adventure. In a new short film ("Huck" by Andy Maser) Garcia and his kayak plummet down the 80 ft.-tall Outlet Falls in Washington state. The best part? Thanks to Adventure Journal, we can share the video with you. via Discovery