Even though most of us are unable to see them from earth, the night sky is full of thousands of asteroids that orbit the plaent. In this interactive, 360 degree YouTube video, self-described “Astronogamer” Scott Manley demonstrates what it would look like if we could see them all at once. It’s the most mind-bending 3:40 you’ll spend today. Discuss

We're sad to say Bubble Wrap is going away, because economy. Since 1957, box openers everywhere have received minutes of curiously satisfying entertainment from little fireworks-sounding air pockets—you know, the only part of shipments that matter. Well, forget passing this joy on to your children. Several sources are reporting that Bubble Wrap sales aren’t keeping up with the market, causing Sealed Air Corp. to shutter its uncontested all-time greatest product. The company will attempt to revamp its packing product for "space-conscious manufacturers." The new Sealed Air Corp. product? iBubble Wrap. Besides apparently taking no more than two seconds to name it, Sealed Air now wants us to get behind a new wrap that doesn’t include a pop. Though the new product may be cheaper to ship, it seems a high price to pay considering the millions of package recipients who will now be denied the catharsis of popping Bubble Wrap. Discuss

A judge in Afghanistan has just canceled out the death sentences of four men who took part in the brutal mob killing of a woman wrongfully accuse of desecrating a Koran in March. The brutal killing of the 28-year-old sparked nationally outrage, after she was publicly beaten by a mob, run over by vehicle and her body was thrown from a bridge and lit on fire. In May, four men involved in the murder were sentence to death, but this week, an appeals court judge changed those sentences to prolonged prison terms (three of the men to 20 years, one to 10) during a behind-closed-doors hearing. The victim’s brother told the BBC, “It’s a real theatre. The whole world laughs at the judicial system of Afghanistan. Do the judges have families, sisters, mothers–or not? Do they have a heart? We will not accept this decision.” Discuss

A Saudi prince named Alwaleed bin Talal is following in the footsteps of Bill Gates, Warren Buffet and other billionaires who have pledged to give away their fortunes. Alwaleed announced this week that he will donate all of this $32 billion (that’s billion), to various organizations that “help build bridges to foster cultural understanding, develop communities, empower women, enable youth, provide vital disaster relief and create a more tolerant and accepting world." The 60-year-old didn’t provide a specific timeline, but said that the money would be given through “a well-devised plan throughout the coming years." The development and business mogul is already known for his charity work in the region: In the last four decades he says he’s given away $3.5 billion to various causes, including work with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation on polio eradication. Discuss

Officials in Liberia say that a 17-year-old has died after contracting the Ebola virus. The news comes 52 days after the World Health Organization declared that the country was free from the deadly disease. At least 11,000 people died during the massive Ebola outbreak that struck Sierra Leone, Guinea and Liberia, though the area where the latest Liberian case was discovered is not near any borders. Several dozen new infection cases are still being reported on a weekly basis in Sierra Leone and Guinea. Discuss

For the first time, the radical Islamic group ISIS has publically beheaded two civilian women—along with their husbands—accusing them of witchcraft. An official from the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights told The Daily Beast that witnesses confirmed the killings. Though ISIS has previously executed female Kurdish fighters, this marks the first known time that they’ve publicly executed a non-military woman. ISIS said the two couples used “magic for medicine,” and told locals in the eastern governorate of Deir ez-Zor to come out and watch them be brutally executed for their "crimes." Discuss