Paleontologist Lida Xing discovered the first known dinosaur tail which has feathers while collecting samples in Myanmar last year. The tail was preserved in the piece of amber the size and shape of a dried apricot. Scientists believe that the tail is around 99 million years old and that it belonged to a juvenile coelurosaur.
The astronauts from International Space Station take and send back photos of Earth almost daily thanks to powerful digital cameras. The ISS has spent 17 years in space having travelled over 2.6 billion miles around the planet and has circled it more than 100,000 times since. Let's take a look at this eye-pleasing view.
This vault is designed to store valuable seeds from crops all over the world if some worst-case scenario happens on Earth, like climate change, nuclear war or some environmental degradation or some other global crisis. The Svalbard Global Seed Vault is a highly secured seed bank that is situated on the Norwegian island between the mainland and the North Pole.
8400 never-before-seen images from the Apollo missions have recently been released online and it is a fascinating look at the world from above.
This is the Lockheed Martin Fortis, which works by transferring loads through the device to the ground in a standing or kneeling position thereby allowing the wearer to lift heavy tools as if they were weightless. The design uses a Equipois zeroG® arm that can manage objects up to 36 lbs (16 kg) and the entire exoskeleton moves with the body and can adapt to the person wearing it, which will increase productivity and reduce muscle fatigue over the long term.