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The Week in Geek

Aurora from space.

Aurora from space. Bigger, better, and more beautiful than you've ever seen before.

The second coolest light show on Earth is not in our skies, but in our oceans. Amazing footage of bioluminescence from National Geographic.

Apparently you can levitate a frog. And a grasshopper. And a strawberry.

Ancient mosquito trapped in amber has traces of ancient malaria.

What the hell, China?

In other China-related news, they also just successfully completed their first docking maneuvers in space.

Looong read, but a very interested look at the dangers of using only one lab animal to study every disease.

$64,000 Question: What time of day is the internet most awake? (Be sure to click through to the interactive version.)

What are you geeking out over this week?