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He Met His True Love While Chasing Eclipses. Now They Chase Them Together
It's a celestial love story... >
Struggling to distinguish the smell of bubble gum from petrol could be an early sign of dementia
Your sense of smell may be a useful marker of Alzheimer's disease... >
Eclipse mania sends Americans scurrying to find safe glasses
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Eclipse mania is building and so is demand for the glasses that make it safe to view the first total solar eclipse to cross the U.S... >
An error made in 1925 led to a crisis in modern science—now researchers are joining to fix it
In 1908, the Guinness brewer William Gosset published a revolutionary paper titled “The Probable Error of the Mean.” Gosset, who published under the ps... >
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The Meaning of the Eclipse
A communal act, free of politics: just what the U.S. needs.... >
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Great American Eclipse: Why NASA is Chasing the Total Solar Eclipse with Jet Planes
NASA is preparing to study the total solar eclipse on Monday by chasing the path of totality with jet planes. By doing so, the space agency should be able... >
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White nationalist Richard Spencer, Antifa member Lacy MacAuley confront each other
Spencer blames Antifa for most of the violence between the groups, while MacAuley refused to condemn when Spencer was punched in the face.... >
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Mexico City fishermen fight to save Aztec floating gardens
Roberto Altamirano has the lake to himself as he casts his glistening net onto the still water in a perfect circle, lets it sink, then slowly pulls it in. ... >
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Eclipse 2017: Man who permanently damaged his eyes during a solar event warns people not to stare at sun
A man who permanently damaged his eyesight by looking at a partial solar eclipse 55 years ago has warned people not to look directly at the sun during the ... >
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Marine Scientists Fear For Right Whales After Unprecedented Deaths
Over two percent of the existing 500 North Atlantic right whales have died in the last few months.... >
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Solar Eclipse Glasses in Short Supply Just Days Before the Big Event
With the solar eclipse just three days away, there is growing concern about a shortage in the special glasses needed to view the event without damaging you... >