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NASA, David Lynch and the Velvet Underground

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Here’s where we use our Internet-reading abilities to share the latest articles, videos and randomness you need to consume before the day’s out. We call it: The Cooler.

Spaced Out: NASA announced it’ll be publishing daily images of Earth straight from the DSCOVR satellite. They’ll put them right over here.

Heavy Lifting: Some guy built a Thor-like hammer that only he can pick up. Just marginally impressive.

The More You Know: Sometime during 2017, David Lynch will release a hybrid memoir-biography called Life & Work. It’ll focus mainly on his life and work.

Oral Report(s): Just a nicely curated, ever-growing list of oral histories on the making of some top movies.

Loaded: The Velvet Underground recently announced they’ll be releasing a 45th-anniversary version of 1970’s Loaded. Here’s an unissued mix of their single “Rock & Roll.”

All That Glitters: Austrian photographer Inge Prader recreated some of Klimt’s most famous works in real life, and they’re pretty incredible.

Last Night Right Here: Justin Timberlake teaches Fallon how to make a tequila cocktail; Fallon and Ellen DeGeneres participate in a heated lip sync battle.

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