According to the BBC, a camera lost at sea for 16 months has been found and returned to its owners.
South Africa's Barbara and Dennis Gregory accidentally dropped the camera over the edge of the cruise ship Queen Mary in 2008, and assumed they'd never see it again.
Enter Benito Estevez, a commercial fisherman from Spain, who found the camera in his nets while trawling the Atlantic Ocean off the west coast of Europe. Estevez examined the memory card, found five photos intact and posted them online in an effort to discover the camera's owner.
It's been about eight months since I've publicly marveled at the images produced by the Hubble Space Telescope, so it's high time I get my head out of the clouds and back into space.
FoxNews.com this morning published a photo essay of the Hubble's best space photographs from its nearly 20 years of scanning the stars. The collection features stunning imagery of galaxies, gamma-ray bursts, nebulae, quasars, supernovas and more. Well worth checking out.