NASA's Cassini team will come to bat twice this month when the spacecraft flies by Saturn's geyser moon, Enceladus.
Italy owes much of its prosperity to thousands of small private family enterprises.
Niagara Falls supplies 10% of all the electric power for New York State.
Lassie, the TV collie, first appeared in a 1930s short novel titled Lassie Come-Home written by Eric Mowbray Knight. The dog in the novel was based on Knight's real life collie, Toots.
A dog's sense of smell is 1,000 times more sensitive than a humans.
During the making of the movie Fight Club, actor Brad Pitt chipped his tooth. However, he did not get his tooth capped until after the movie was done filming as he thought it would look better chipped for his character.
Soccer became a major sport in England and Scotland in 1872.
In 1800 on 50 cities on earth had a population of more than 100,000.
The plant life contained in the oceans of the world makes up 85 percent of all our greenery.
When baby sharks are born, they swim away from their mothers right away and are on there own. In fact, their mothers might see them as prey.