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Netflix’s forever charges, Airbnb’s hidden cameras, NASA’s best photos: Lifestyle news roundup

Netflix’s forever charges, Airbnb’s hidden cameras, NASA’s best photos: Lifestyle news roundup
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Photo: Cristian Dina (Shutterstock), NASA/Bill Ingalls, The TerraMar Project, James D. Morgan (Getty Images), GIUSEPPE CACACE/AFP (Getty Images), Image: Gizmodo / Shutterstock (Shutterstock), GM Heritage Collection, Anita Kainrath (Shutterstock), Screenshot: ESA & NASA/Solar Orbiter/EUI Team

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Photo: Cristian Dina (Shutterstock)

Millions of Americans pay for Netflix, doling out anywhere from $6.99 to $22.99 a month. It’s a common belief that you can get out of recurring charges like this by canceling your credit card. Netflix won’t be able to find you, and your account will just go away, right? You wouldn’t be crazy for believing it, but it’s a myth that canceling a credit card will stop your recurring charges.

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The plume from Russia’s Soyuz rocket, launching to the ISS on September 15, 2023.

The plume from Russia’s Soyuz rocket, launching to the ISS on September 15, 2023.
Photo: NASA/Bill Ingalls

NASA is a proud boomer that loves posting a good photo album. The space agency released 100 of its best 2023 photos on flickr, which go through the exciting highlights of the previous year.

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Image: Gizmodo / Shutterstock (Shutterstock)

Airbnb announced in March that all indoor security cameras would be banned at its properties worldwide starting April 30. And if you read through online complaints about cameras that were discovered during Airbnb stays over the years, it’s easy to understand why it’s been such a controversial issue.

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Belize's Great Blue Hole, probably the most recognizable blue hole.

Belize’s Great Blue Hole, pictured here, is probably the most recognizable blue hole. The newly discovered blue hole off the coast of Mexico is even deeper.
Photo: The TerraMar Project

Researchers have found a blue hole they say is the deepest in the world — and they’ve yet to find where it bottoms out. The formation is the Taam Ja’ Blue Hole in Mexico’s Chetumal Bay, and it has so far been measured to 1,378 feet deep, or 420 meters below sea level.

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We can’t go over it, we can’t go under it, we’ll have to go through it.
Gif: ViralHog via YouTube (Other)

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Image: GM Heritage Collection

A photo of people boarding on the left hand side of a plane.

To the left, to the left, everyone please board in a line to the left.
Photo: James D. Morgan (Getty Images)

This single image from the video shows a small eruption on the Sun, and by “small” we mean an eruption the same size as Earth.

This single image from the video shows a small eruption on the Sun, and by “small” we mean an eruption the same size as Earth.
Screenshot: ESA & NASA/Solar Orbiter/EUI Team

The recent total solar eclipse on April 8 provided a rare glimpse of the Sun’s roiling corona, including some eye-grabbing prominences. Those views were neat, but a new video captured by Europe’s Sun-buzzing probe is providing some of the best close-up views of our host star that we’ve ever seen.

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A pod of bottlenose dolphins.

A pod of bottlenose dolphins.
Image: Anita Kainrath (Shutterstock)

Bird flu isn’t just lurking inside cows, new research shows. Florida scientists have reported the first known case of highly pathogenic H5N1 avian influenza in a common bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops truncatus). Though the case dates back to 2022, it’s the latest indication that these flu strains can potentially infect a wide variety of mammals.

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A photo of a self-driving race car in Abu Dhabi.

Look mum, no driver.
Photo: GIUSEPPE CACACE/AFP (Getty Images)

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