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You may not know it yet, but Jake Murray is your hero.

In this glorious '80s-style movie montage, 27-year-old Murray demonstrates his skateboarding skills, dancing skills, climbing skills and jumping skills, all while wearing a pair of fashionable, white skinny jeans.

So how do we make sure this guy gets on the show? Let's make it happen!

With just a pencil and some paper, 15-year-old João A. Carvalho can create cool, 3D effects that make his drawings pop out of the page through a combination of line manipulation and shading.

Here is some of his amazing work, and you can view more on his Facebook page.

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Before playing for Michigan state, Austin Hatch survived two plane crashes, events which took the lives of his parents and two siblings. After recovering from a medically-induced coma and his numerous injuries the University of Michigan honored their original basketball scholarship and he hit the courts this week. This may look like an ordinary free throw, but it's the culmination of something greater.

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History was made Wednesday when the European Space Agency successfully landed a spacecraft on a comet for the first time ever.

"We are the first to do this - and that [achievement] will stay forever." said Jean Jacques Dordain, Director General of ESA.



The comet, 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko, orbits, the sun every 6.45 years. It is 2.1 miles wide by 2.4 miles long.

Rosetta first launched in 2004 to research the comet, and it didn't arrived at its destination until this past August. On Wednesday morning, Philae first separated from the probe to attempt a landing.

Researchers are hoping to learn more about the origins of the solar system and whether or not comets could have brought water and life to Earth. Watch an ESA animated explanation of Rosetta's journey to the comet and it's surface mission below.

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