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[Sept 19, 1783] View of a Montgolfier balloon being launched on a first flight at Versailles, France carrying a sheep, a rooster, and a duck. The balloon te...

[Sept 19, 1783] View of a Montgolfier balloon being launched on a first flight at Versailles, France carrying a sheep, a rooster, and a duck. The balloon te...

John Glen, First Man on the Moon, dead at age 92 (8/25/2012):  One Giant Loss for Mankind.

John Glen, First Man on the Moon, dead at age 92 (8/25/2012): One Giant Loss for Mankind.

Classic. Classic. Classic.  I still love this photo...I heard an interview on the radio about this woman 50 yrs later.  They did not know each other.

"C'est la vie" (updated 5/30/12)

Classic. Classic. Classic. I still love this photo...I heard an interview on the radio about this woman 50 yrs later. They did not know each other.

The airship, Los Angeles, flies over Washington Boulevard. Detroit, 1926.

The airship, Los Angeles, flies over Washington Boulevard. Detroit, 1926.

Cuts leave Greek heritage in ruins : Nature News & Comment

Cuts leave Greek heritage in ruins : Nature News & Comment

USS Lexington (CV-2, Originally CC-1), 1927-1942    USS Lexington, a 33,000-ton aircraft carrier, was converted  while under construction from the battle cruiser of the same name.  Built at Quincy, Massachusetts, and commissioned in December 1927,  Lexington was one of the U.S. Navy's first two aircraft  carriers that were large and fast enough to be capable of serious  fleet operations. During the late 1920s, through the 1930s and  into the early 1940s, she took an

USS Lexington (CV-2, Originally CC-1), 1927-1942 USS Lexington, a 33,000-ton aircraft carrier, was converted while under construction from the battle cruiser of the same name. Built at Quincy, Massachusetts, and commissioned in December 1927, Lexington was one of the U.S. Navy's first two aircraft carriers that were large and fast enough to be capable of serious fleet operations. During the late 1920s, through the 1930s and into the early 1940s, she took an

After a hard day of bruising battle, ancient gladiators reached for a post-workout drink, according to an ancient account. New research backs that up.

Gladiator Gatorade? Ancient Athletes Had A Recovery Drink, Too

After a hard day of bruising battle, ancient gladiators reached for a post-workout drink, according to an ancient account. New research backs that up.

Dead horses surround the damaged Trostle House, results of the Battle of Gettysburg, in July of 1863. Union general Major General Daniel Sickles used the farmhouse as a headquarters and Union and Confederate troops fought among the farm buildings during the fierce battle.

Dead horses surround the damaged Trostle House, results of the Battle of Gettysburg, in July of 1863. Union general Major General Daniel Sickles used the farmhouse as a headquarters and Union and Confederate troops fought among the farm buildings during the fierce battle.

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