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Leica M unveiled Typ 262

Sure, Pentax paved the way for the rainbow of on-demand custom color combinations, and Leica's always offered custom engraving on its cameras, but Leica's taking personalization a step further and allowing you to select specific features for the Typ 240 full-frame interchangeable-lens camera with its new a la carte program.

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This Special Paint Will Help NASA's Next Spacecraft Stay Cool

On the surface the two space capsules look the same - they are cone-shaped, and have a large heat shield to protect the astronauts from the intense conditions during re-entry to the Earth's atmosphere. This coating will reduce heat loss when Orion experiences colder temperatures, and limit high temperatures from when the spacecraft faces the Sun.

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Mollusk Wears Armor of Eyes

A tiny marine creature built with hundreds of eyes hidden in it's armored shell could become the inspiration for futuristic building materials. To put in Skyrim terms, the chiton gets a bonus for mix-and-matching the powers of both light and heavy armor, as opposed to limiting itself to one or the other.

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Astronaut tweets shot of 'UFO' taken from worldwide — NASA alien shock

Astronaut Scott Kelly has a unique view of Australia. UFO hunters claim astronaut Scott Kelly has evidence of aliens lingering around the global Space Station. The UFO is about 25 meters long and 150-200 meters away". "Message received Scott, and thanks". UFO Sightings does stop and went to say that Kelly was once about to reveal the reality of the existence of aliens to the world without directly saying anything but somehow he didn't.

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Toy maker designs robotic cat to keep lonely elderly people company

Studies suggest that loneliness and depression can increase the risk of death. First of all, the robot cat has real fur and it responds to actions like petting and hugging.

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France, U.S. and Russian Federation to forge military alliance against ISIS, Hollande says Herald Voice

A French security official said anti-terror intelligence officials had identified Abdelhamid Abaaoud, a Belgian of Moroccan descent, as the chief architect of the Paris attacks. "There's no doubt that they... certainly had accomplices that had done reconnoitring of those sites, and that means they had logisticians, transport people, they undoubtedly had a safe house, or indeed, multiple safe houses, people who procured the motor vehicles", he said.