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When We Discovered Pluto, It Changed How We Saw The Solar System

On the 23rd and 24th of January, 1930, a young astronomer working in Flagstaff, Arizona, scanned a small patch of the night sky. He was taking pictures of star positions, looking for anomalies that would signal movement somewhere at the edge of the solar system. He took the pictures then set them aside, not realizing… » 7/12/15 4:25pm 7/12/15 4:25pm

Hal the Robot Hamster Loves Dancing to Styx, Sniffing Stuff

Hal is no ordinary hamster. While other hamsters find themselves confined to the dancing gifs of 1990s novelty websites, Hal has grown into an autonomous force of the entertainment world. Dancing to Styx' Mr. Roboto on command, Hal is recommended as a loyal companion in all environments not including pod bay doors. » 4/08/08 9:41am 4/08/08 9:41am

Multi-Fire STYX Gaming Mouse Opens Up Seven Rivers of Hell on Your…

Here's the tricked-out STYX mouse from Speed-Link, and this one's unique because it has a selectable multi-fire function, letting you fill the air with virtual lead. You can set it to shoot either two, three, or four rounds at a time, with a backlight under the scroll wheel lighting up a corresponding color for each… » 11/19/07 11:30am 11/19/07 11:30am