1. The iPhone 5, an Explosion on Jupiter, and a Libyan Attack

    An Apple a Day: Today, the twitter world was on FIRE tweeting about the iPhone 5 demo and we’ve collected the product highlights for you. Coming into the corner at 112 grams and 7.6mm thin, the iPhone 4 is 18% thinner and 20% lighter than its predecessor. Made entirely of glass and aluminum, the iPhone 5 has a 4-inch screen with a 16:9 aspect ratio.The A6 processor has 2x CPU power and 2x graphics, exceeds iPhone 4 battery life by 8 hours, updates its connector, and adds a third microphone. Get all the features here.

    Apple iPhone Office

    Explosion on Jupiter: Early on Monday, September 10th, amateur astronomers spotted a huge impact on the southern edge of Jupiter. They believe the impact was a result of an extremely large asteroid. The 1.5-2 second flash, that was visible even by backyard telescopes over 454 million miles away, signifies that the collision was one of importance. Amy Simon Miller, chief of the planetary systems laboratory at Goddard Spaceflight Center estimates that the item of impact “be in the order of 10 meters [33 feet] in size” based on the flash brightness.

    Explosion on Jupiter

    'This Does Not Represent Us': The U.S. ambassador to Libya, Chris Stevens, and three American members of his staff, were killed Tuesday after an attack on the the country’s U.S. consulate. But, Just like not all Americans are like the people who made the weird anti-Islam movie that [sparked] protests in Muslim nations, not all people in Libya are like the ones who killed U.S. ambassador Chris Stevens.” Some Libyan citizens in Benghazi came out today to rally and show sympathy for American and for Stevens.

    Libyan rallier

    Libyan rallier