Hubert Bartkowiak

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Hollywood imaginings of nuclear sites, it turns out, are actually pretty close to the real thing. This rare photo was snapped by _Reuters_ photographer Ruben Sprich during a yearly inspection of the Muehleberg nuclear power station in Switzerland. The cosmic blue glow is a result of Cherenkov radiation, an electromagnetic radiation [seen in reactors](http://www.popsci.com/science/article/2012-08/labs-go-boom-reed-college-teaches-how-run-nuclear-reactor).

This rare photo was snapped by Reuters photographer Ruben Sprich during a yearly inspection of the Muehleberg nuclear power station in Switzerland. The cosmic blue glow is a result of Cherenkov radiation, an electromagnetic radiation seen in reactors.

Philae - first ever comet lander.

Congratulations, European Space Agency, you’ve made history! After departing from the Rosetta orbiter this morning, touchdown of the robotic lander, Philae