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Ancient Bizarre Sea Monster the Size of a Bus Discovered in Russia
The well-preserved 5 foot-long skull of an extinct reptile was first discovered on the bank of the Volga River in 2002, but until now had not been identifi... >
Plasma Jet Engines: Is Flying At 20Km Per Second Possible?
Plasma engines have long been a staple of sci-fi movies, from Star Wars to The Space Between Us, but a recent breakthrough may soon make them a reality... >
Scientists discover a star that exploded 970 million years ago
Astronomy amateurs have helped Australian scientists find a star that exploded around 970 million years ago – long before the dinosaurs even roamed the E... >
These science emoji could appear on your keyboard soon
The tool section of the emoji keyboard boasts an array of knives, a syringe, a water gun, a beeper, a battery, and a bomb. But when it comes to objects you... >
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Failed computer replaced during U.S. astronauts' spacewalk
By Irene Klotz CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (Reuters) - Two U.S. astronauts completed a hastily planned spacewalk outside the International Space Station on Tuesday to replace a computer that failed on Saturday, NASA said. Station commander Peggy Whitson assemb... >
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Saturn’s stunning north pole actually changed colors
NASA's Cassini orbiter was the first to deliver a really clear look at the eye-catching, hexagonal storm swirling on Saturn's north pole, so it... >
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Will This Miracle Material End All Energy Storage Problems?
When graphene was first isolated, the researchers responsible won The Nobel Prize in physics, and now it is a central candidate for solving global energy s... >
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Biggest exhibit of human
By Ed Stoddard THE CRADLE OF HUMANKIND, South Africa (Reuters) - An exhibit of the largest collection of fossils of close human relatives ever to go on pu... >
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Time Travel and Parallel Universes: a Scientist vs a Literature Professor
Literature professor Simon John James and physicist Richard Bower were both involved in the curating the exhibition, Time Machines–the past, the future, ... >
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Correction: Snowy Plover Chick story
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — In a story May 24 about the Western snowy plover, The Associated Press reported erroneously that Oregon requires dogs to be kept on... >
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How Regular Exercise May Make Your Body 'Younger'
Getting regular exercise may help slow the aging of your body's cells, a new study finds. Compared with the people in the study who didn't exercise at all... >