Wednesday, July 06, 2011

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New Goblin Spiders Sure Can Spin

American Museum of Natural History

This posterior lateral spinneret, a silk-spinning organ of a spider, features frond-like setae and whorls of exoskeleton. It belongs to a female Stenoops peckorum, a newly discovered species of goblin spider from southern Florida.

Haunting Moon Photo: Shadows Loom Over Huge Lunar Crater

by SPACE.com Staff

A new photo of the moon's huge Tycho crater taken at sunrise shows haunting dark shadows spreading out across the lunar surface.

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