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Out in Wyoming with @wyokauffman on #wyodeer mule deer migration story. Cold and wild. pic.twitter.com/4XAUOh7hV4
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Would you sign up for a one-way trip to Mars? Kellie Gerardi did nyti.ms/1wUmULJ pic.twitter.com/Z5CLYaOSDP
A painting of early Mars, where the mother of all climate change happened. nyti.ms/1uiKfRn pic.twitter.com/HfS0n3MqWS
Rubber ducky, you're the one...flying 3,609 miles away from Earth #Orion nyti.ms/1ywe9XI pic.twitter.com/pMRxbUhdRF
Some mornings I feel like I need to cycle my fill and drain valves too. Go Orion! pic.twitter.com/FiRZY8nycc
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We love Roscoe RT @henryfountain: Even Roscoe, his faithful Westie, is a trifle bored by NASA TV. #Orion pic.twitter.com/sJdaPcJeTV
What North Dakota Would Look Like if Its Oil Drilling Lines Were Aboveground nyti.ms/1vkwMLB pic.twitter.com/VG9yfJnq3v
It's actually whisky's surfactant and polymers that make it so lovely. (Photo by Ernie Button) nyti.ms/1HEHBi3 pic.twitter.com/zaQwVDidLN
Coral “seeds” grow 25 times as fast as they would in the wild. Can they save our reefs? nyti.ms/1HEGmPW pic.twitter.com/xwotOixBId
We are still holding out hope that this guy will make an appearance in the new Jurassic Park. nyti.ms/1CuesmY pic.twitter.com/Rg0mUzSSMb
Humans are trying to imitate geckos which can stick to just about anything. nyti.ms/1pgGmiR pic.twitter.com/aDQ0A6koOb
Introducing the $57,500 hydrogen-powered Toyota Mirai. nyti.ms/1F8hj5x pic.twitter.com/s4Ruu64gH9
Walking through the ruins of a defunct Soviet installation. My new Raw Data column. nytimes.com/2014/11/18/sci… pic.twitter.com/SmkEMjCK9z
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When Mother Nature stops being maternal--natural disaster explained @AMNH nyti.ms/1xDbxq1 pic.twitter.com/Av2lHm0Aod
Fishermen in Brazil save a river goliath, and their livelihoods nyti.ms/1xSH31x pic.twitter.com/t1PmCTVf5C
Harems, secret handshakes, cross-dressers, interlopers--all in an ocean sponge nyti.ms/1zmI4jx pic.twitter.com/SOeQdxPIvU
The view is absolutely breathtaking ESA_Rosetta! Unlike anything I've ever seen #CometLanding pic.twitter.com/flsSdxz0bo
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