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The most expensive home in the U.S (14 pictures)

Copper Beech Farm, named for the large copper beech trees populating the property, occupies 50 acres on Long Island Sound, including two offshore islands, a private beach and a 13, 500-square foot Victorian mansion. Other features include a grass tennis court, many gardens, apple orchard, greenhouses, 75-foot-long heated pool, and a carriage house.

What if the Moon was a Disco Ball?

What if the moon was a disco ball? Initially, it’s not all that exciting, because it wouldn’t work the fun way we’d expect. But by moving the moon closer and allowing it to quickly rotate, all sorts of awesomeness starts to happen.

How epic solar winds make brilliant polar lights

Why do we see those stunning lights in the northern- and southernmost portions of the night sky? The Aurora Borealis and Aurora Australis occur when high-energy particles are flung from the Sun’s corona toward the Earth and mingle with the neutral atoms in our atmosphere — ultimately emitting extraordinary light and color. Michael Molina explains every step of this dazzling phenomenon.

Stunning storms super-cells photos by Mike Hollingshead (30 pictures)

Mike Hollingshead said about homself that he’s “just a guy that liked storms as a kid then started chasing them in 1999. Bought a still camera in 2002. Quit my job in 2004, with zero intentions beyond simply chasing that spring, then getting a job somewhere again that summer. At least 8 years later now I’ve still not gotten that job. Somehow this just happened and has worked. It was never a plan to do this, it just happened. I’d have chased every year all the same, but it being my soul income was the furthest thing from my mind. And heck, it’s only barely worked(debt) the whole time. It’s a long story, but more or less it’s not nearly as great as it sounds. There’s no peace of mind in hoping sales come along and your old hobby sometimes feeling as if you have to do well at it. I could write a book on this topic now. For every up about it there is a solid down.”