The world was shaken when a giant meteorite hit the mountains of Ural, Russia last week. Now that all the dust has finally settled, Science At NASA has analyzed the data, and explains what exploded over Russia in this new trending video.
Content creators love the simplicity, durability, versatility of the small, water-proof cameras, allowing once impossible adventure videos to become almost ordinary on the web.
Bear cubs are very curious, and although they are of a different species, curiosity did kill the cat. In this case, curiosity just got three bear cubs stuck in a dumpster.
Sadly, mamma bear couldn’t get them out, and had to sit idly by while the three cried for mom. Shirley Schenk and her husband Tom who live near by heard the cries, and once it was light enough, drove up and dropped a ladder into the dumpster.
The latest adrenaline-pumping video to go viral is this video by James Kingston, who admits is always looking for a new adventure. Wearing a GoPro Hero 3 camera, he climbs a 50 meter crane in Southampton, England.
Now, the two week old video has gone viral, garnering over 900,000 hits.
The cheetah has long been known as the world’s fastest land animal, but few understand just how incredible the cat must be to hold such an impressive title.
The average cheetah can accelerate to 75 MPH in just three seconds, the time it takes for just three strides. Every part of the cheetah is built for speed, from its light weight body to its flat head.
The big cat runs so fast, its legs spend more time in the air than on the ground.
Passenger Ferdinand Puentes captured the footage as the plane’s engine failed and they began to lose altitude with his GoPro, which has gone viral over the weekend.
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There are countless videos of excited puppies and dogs welcoming home their soldiers in a waterfall of emotions. But this may very well be the first video to go viral featuring a cat welcoming home their soldier. The cute video by Wildlimeyogi has gone viral with over 1.8 million views!
NASA Goddard has gone viral with this stunning artist interpretation of what Mars might have looked like four billion years ago.
At one point when the atmosphere was still thick and warm, scientists believe there was water on Mars– the most important ingredient for life.
In one day, the hypothetical computer animation has amassed over half a million views!