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Spaceport America's futuristic terminal is designed to serve as an eco-friendly museum and resting place for visitors and space tourists.

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A two-headed turtle celebrates his tenth birthday, locusts plague Yemen, surfers in Africa attempt new record, and more.

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See a roundup of this week's news: New neutron star discovered, German police test gyrocopter, Egyptians seek sand treatment, and more.

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See a roundup of this week's news: India celebrates its 60th year of independence, London's Big Ben gets a cleaning, Mexico's Saint of Death gets a makeover, and more.

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Groundbreaking new images have revealed the surprising sprawl of Cambodia's iconic imperial city.

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Three Mexican students beat teams from Canada and the United States to take the gold at the eighth National Geographic World Championship.

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See pictures of clarion angelfish, Indian star tortoises and other animals that were confiscated at Los Angeles airport.

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When complete, this truly salt-of-the-earth accommodation will welcome visitors to Bolivia's remote Salar de Uyuni, the world's largest salt desert.

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See a roundup of the week's news and events: Britain's adventurer swims at the North Pole, heat wave sweeps Europe, fishers hook an ancient fish, and more.

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See a roundup of the week's news and events: Indonesia's Mount Gamkonara rumbles, snow falls in Buenos Aires after 89 years, Boeing launches its 787 Dreamliner, and more.

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Understanding the source of gases that cause some volcanoes to pop like a bottle of champagne could help protect tourists and others from the unpredictable and explosive blasts.

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See top shots from this year's edition of Spain's breathtaking, bone-breaking running of the bulls-and get the story behind the centuries-old tradition.

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See a roundup of the week's news and pictures: floods in Mumbai, an annual pilgrimage in Belarus, China's Qiandao Lake, and more.

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See a roundup of the week's news and events: Peru's vicunas, Indian water pots, China's desert train, and more.

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Watch as archaeologists reveal how they identified the long-lost mummy of Hatshepsut, an Egyptian ruler famous for donning the male garb of a pharaoh.


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