Morning Cup of Links: Flea Circuses

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The first photograph of Earthrise was taken in 1966 by NASA's robotic probe Lunar Orbiter 1. Nancy Evans saved the orbiter pictures from being discarded and worked for 30 years to restore them for posterity. (via Metafilter)
The Forensic Astrophysics of Superman. A physicist tries to figure out what Krypton is like.
Ten Cases of Extreme Weather is a lot more interesting than the title would lead you to believe. Seven-inch hailstones, anyone? (via the Presurfer)
What do you mean, these aren't the droids we're looking for? Of course, they're the droids we're looking for!
Victorian Flea Circuses. A history of the art, and some secrets about how it's done.
50 Animals Who Hates Baths. No, they're not all cats, but they're just about all adorable. (via Buzzfeed)
Four (former) Interns and the Employers Who Won't Rehire Them. Maybe you can learn from their bad examples.

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March 27, 2009 - 12:02am
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