The Daily Word in Space Poo, Ghost Rainbows and Cardboard Computers

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So I've never heard of "proto-stellar disk," but here's a rare photo someone caught of one splitting into multiple stars.

This guy and his sisters built a working four-bit computer made from cardboard and marbles.

Archaeologists have discovered an ancient city and graveyard that were possibly buried more than 7,000 years ago in southern Egypt.

Check out this "space poo" found by someone walking his dog in England. The stuff is transparent and gross. What is it?

Holy crap! Check out these photos by Melvin Nicholson of a rare white rainbow (also called a "ghost rainbow" or a "fogbow").

A scholar discovered an unseen H.G. Wells ghost story in the Wells archive at the University of Illinois.