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UPDATED: Watch Live – SpaceX Launches And Attempts To Land Rocket [Livestream]

UPDATE Tuesday, April 14, 3:38pm: Today's launch is on as scheduled for 4:10pm. Watch the livestream below:

UPDATE 4:28pm: Weather has scrubbed today's launch, which is now scheduled for 4:10pm tomorrow. We'll keep the live feed up here so you can watch.

Happening right now - Commercial space company SpaceX will launch their Falcon 9 rocket in a little less than an hour (scheduled for 4:30pm) and attempt an unprecedented landing of the vehicle as well. Watch along with the livestream below:

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SpaceX via YouTube
SpaceX via YouTube
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You Have To See These Amazing Rocket Launches [Video]

At this early point in the retail availability of 4K resolution TVs and monitors, most of us don't have them yet. But, that being said, I highly recommend that you find the biggest monitor that you can find, if you have a smart TV with YouTube, even better, and watch this video full screen at the best resolution that you can manage. 4K or not, it's still totally mind blowing and totally cool. Watch:

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Blendtec via YouTube
Blendtec via YouTube
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Don’t Try This At Home – But It’s Really Cool To Watch [Video]

You absolutely, positively, without question should not try this at home. But what happens when a bunch of neodymium magnet balls get all mixed up in a blender is pretty darn cool. Check it out:

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YouTube
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Watch How Hamsters Stuff Their Cheeks [Video]

If you ever had a pet hamster, you probably wondered how they jammed all that food into their cheeks. For little critters, they can sure load up on a ridiculous amount of snacks. So how do they do it? Well, leave it to the British to show us - on a new series they use x-rays to see inside a ravenous rodent while he jams his jowls with treats. Check it out:

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Watch – You Won’t Believe These Sculptures Are Real [Video]

You know how when you wave your hand in front of a strobe light it makes it look like it's moving weird? These sculptures use a similar idea - they're rotated on their bases and then a camera shutter set to a certain speed makes them look like they're undulating and morphing, even though they're solid sculptures. It's pretty amazing, check it out:

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YouTube
YouTube
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Watch This Stunning View of the Antares Rocket From 3,000 Feet [Video]

Yesterday's Antares rocket explosion stunned everyone when it was broadcast live on televisions and computers around the world. Since then, more videos have come out from spectators nearby. But this may be the most stunning - taken by a small airplane pilot who was flying at 3,000 feet. I got goosebumps when watching the moment that the pilot realized that something had obviously gone wrong with the launch. Watch for yourself:

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CNN
CNN
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NASA Rocket Explodes on Launch

Moments ago, NASA's Antares rocket, launched from the Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia has exploded on liftoff.

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Yuriy Mazur - ThinkStock
Yuriy Mazur - ThinkStock
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UPDATE – Rocket Launch Visible from NJ Tomorrow

Fuse - ThinkStock
Fuse - ThinkStock
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What Is The Best Hiccup Remedy? [Video]

When it comes to talking about work, one of the more common questions I get asked is if I ever get the hiccups on the air. The answer is yes, in fact it's happened a number of times. A few times to the point that I couldn't get it to stop. So I'm just as interested in this YouTube video as anyone - what's the best way to get rid of the hiccups? Watch:

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YouTube
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Watch An Amazing Volcano Eruption From The Water [Video]

On the heels of yesterday's incredible, harrowing first person video of Japan's Mt. Ontake eruption, a co-worker told me about today's incredible volcano video, captured just a few weeks ago when Mount Tavurvur, in Papua New Guinea, erupted. This incredible video taken just off shore not only shows the explosive power of the actual eruption, but a stunning encounter with the physics involved when, seconds later, the actual shock wave of the explosion hits the onlookers. Watch for yourself:

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