A collection of items planned to be left behind by the Apollo 11 mission have been found by Neil Armstrong's widow while clearing out an old closet. Among them is the camera that recorded some of the mission's most crucial moments, including the famous moon landing. The items have now been donated to the Smithsonian's National Air and Space Museum, who unsurprisingly are rather pleased to have received them.
As 2014’s Christmas festivities have come to an end and the New Year’s celebrations remain a blurry memory, it’s that time of year worldwide when millions of people make their resolutions for the upcoming year: losing weight, exercising, saving...
Maybe you’ve been diving for a few years now. Maybe you’ve traveled quite a bit for diving and done a few things. You’ve done reef dives, wreck dives, drift dives and maybe even explored a few caves or cenotes.
When a humpback whale breached the ocean surface off Redondo Beach, California, earlier this week, photographer Eric Smith was quick to snap a photo of the rare sighting. But what's arguably more interesting about the photo Smith posted to Instagram is the other subject in it: a man...
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