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Three rare Harry Potter first edition books salvaged from skip by teacher expected to sell for thousands

***EXCLUSIVE*** Three Harry Potter first editions salvaged from skip could sell for thousands in bumper auction of Potter finds Three Harry Potter first edition books rescued from a school skip 12 years ago are expected to sell for thousands of pounds at auction. A hardback first edition of Harry Potter and the Philosopherís Stone Ė one of only 500 in the first ever print run - and two paperback versions of the same book have been unearthed by Hansons Auctioneers. The hardback has an estimate of £8,000-£12,000 while the two paperbacks have a guide price of £2,000-£3,000 each. All are due to go under the hammer on May 21 in a bumper Harry Potter- themed Library Auction at Bishton Hall, Staffs. Hansonsí huge success with Potter books, which includes the discovery of two other Ďrare as hensí teethí Philosopherís Stone hardback first editions which together made £80,000 at auction, has led to many similar finds. The May sale has 17 Potter auction lots. These include a total of five paperback first editions of Philosopherís Stone, each worth between £3,000-£5,000, plus books signed by author J K Rowling. For example, lot 16 includes copies of Philosopher's Stone and Chamber of Secrets, both signed by Rowling, estimate £500-£800. In 1998, the seller went on a school trip to Waterstones in Nottingham where the author answered questions and signed books. But the star of the show is the first edition hardback of Philosopherís Stone as only 500 were published in 1997 when Harry Potter made his debut.

Boys in tribe cover themselves in ash to protect from mosquitoes

***EXCLUSIVE*** Boys cover each other in ash to protect themselves from deadly diseases, as part of a tribal ritual. The children as young as six can be seen covered head to toe in the white dust. These traditional 'ash ceremonies' are carried out daily among the Surma tribe in Ethiopa's Omo Valley, according to amateur photographer Guillermo Rubio, who took the pictures. The 60 year old doctor from Cadiz, Spain, said: "I decided to travel through the Omo Valley to meet and live with the tribes in one of the most remote places that still exist.

Spring looks photo contest

***EXCLUSIVE*** Agora’s latest contest challenged photographers from all over the world to show what spring looks like in their corner of the planet. In total, 14,596 photos have been participating in the #Spring2020 contest, from which 50 finalists have been selected to participate in the final voting rounds.

Origami-inspired moon home prepares for testing

The Lunark is a compact habitat designed to fold down to a size that allows easy transportation. The idea is the brainchild of two Danish space architects who say they have ''a dream of making outer space accessible for everyone.” Sebastian Aristotelis and Karl-Johan Sørensen are currently crowdfunding to carry out a 3-month simulated moon mission in the harsh climate of Northern Greenland. They explain: „Small and compact habitats are critical both for future Moon missions and for Greenland, however, people need space to live. We have spent over 12 months developing this unique expanding design to save space during transport and maximize space after deployment. With thousands of hours spent designing, researching, and prototyping, we are now ready to build our LUNARK Habitat - a simulated Moon habitat for research, with the aim that it one day can sustain life on the Moon. Isolated and confined in one of the harshest climates on Earth, we will test our Habitat, enduring -30°C, hurricane winds, and hungry polar bears when we venture on our most extreme project to date. In the fall of 2020, we will embark on a journey to Northern Greenland to carry out a 3-month simulated Moon mission. We will live in complete solitude, cut off from the rest of the world, to test the architecture, ourselves, and technologies for future Moon missions.”