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These frogs can hatch early from their eggs to save their own lives nyti.ms/293e3U6
Here's what you need to know about NASA's Juno mission to Jupiter nyti.ms/292wxAF
On July 4, NASA's Juno will reach Jupiter. It's a trip of 1,795 days and 1.8 billion miles. nyti.ms/291c3KL
Lethal buzzers: America’s six most dangerous mosquitoes nyti.ms/291hLYv
NASA sent Juno on a 1,795-day trip to Jupiter. 20 months from now, radiation will kill it. nyti.ms/290tatM
Lethal buzzers: America’s six most dangerous mosquitoes nyti.ms/295RvRP
Lego minifigures immigrate to Jupiter! Plus lots more about NASA’s Juno mission. nyti.ms/290ouVv
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Tracking @NASAJuno on the cover of Science Times this morning nyti.ms/290cAsE
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Very few of the 3000+ mosquito species spread disease. These 6 lethal buzzers do nyti.ms/291Mjvx
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Why do tick bites hurt so much more than mosquito bites? Here's a short explanation. nyti.ms/290F4Yh
We cannot see what lies beneath Jupiter's clouds. But NASA's Juno probe will study it. nyti.ms/290kJQ7
Here's what you need to know about NASA's Juno mission to Jupiter nyti.ms/297Efen
Climate scientists are championing an idea to help clean up the environment: Tesla nyti.ms/28ZVVrz
You asked: Why are tick bites so painful? Here's a short explanation. nyti.ms/294YwB5
These frogs can hatch themselves early from their eggs to save their own lives nyti.ms/28ZpaYu
"How do you make a solar system?" NASA's Juno will aim to find out when it reaches Jupiter. nyti.ms/2909o0h
Bottles that could make every drop of shampoo count nyti.ms/290GwKp
On July 4, NASA's Juno will reach Jupiter. It's a trip of 1,795 days and 1.8 billion miles. nyti.ms/297eJrk
They gave her an experimental, mind-altering drug. Then she was on her own. nyti.ms/2908sOl
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Reptiles have scales. Birds have feathers. Mammals have hair. Here's how we got them. nyti.ms/296u8GE
Climate scientists are championing an idea to help clean up the environment: Tesla nyti.ms/290G3HU
These frog embryos can hatch at will nyti.ms/294AbeZ
Engineers have made a plastic that solves an enduring problem: emptying the shampoo bottle. nyti.ms/296upZX
When ticks go looking for blood, they break capillaries and small blood vessels. Ouch! nyti.ms/28YonYG
 
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