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The 10 Best Things From March 2014 Rubber Band Machine Gun Courtesy Alex Shpetniy Our favorite specs this month come from a fully automatic rubber band shooter. We’ll let them do the talking. Barrels: 16. Shots: 672. Speed: 14 shots per second. Range: 26 feet. $130
Not originally published in LIFE. Neil Armstrong, March 1969.
The late astronomer Carl Sagan has inspired scientists, astronauts and the world with his work popularizing science and astronomy. See the long-lasting legacy of Sagan, an astronomy educator for the ages, in this Space.com gallery. Here: Carl Sagan standing with hands on globes of planets. Undated file photo.
Space Documentary - On Jupiter Published on Aug 12, 2013 In 'Jupiter', we journey half a billion miles from the earth's surface to a mini solar system of over 60 moons rotating around a powerful planet of gas. Its flowing colours and spots hold strange beauty, but contain violent storms and jet streams. Source: Science Channel
If there’s one bike that put the Wrenchmonkees on the custom motorcycle map, it’s ‘Gorilla Punch.’ Four years ago, this CB750 made the world sit up and notice, and not just because it’s the first time whitewalls have looked good on a post-War bike. It's one of the winners of our Top 5 CB750s feature, and you can see the rest at www.bikeexif.com/...