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Venus' waterless atmosphere may have been sucked dry by a strong electric wind. bit.ly/29kRB6d
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NASA is developing metallic glass to make better robot astronauts. bit.ly/2g0RwrT
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German scientists want to send two mobile probes to the Moon.
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Russia's resupply ship was destroyed en route to the International Space Station. engt.co/2gqMGVg
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Caltech has fired up LIGO to hunt for more gravitational waves! engt.co/2fPJTkl
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Apple is using drones to improve Maps. engt.co/2fWbDHF
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Deconstructing an item can be equally as scientific as putting something together. bit.ly/2h42y0S
It takes a lot of money and steel to build an aircraft carrier! bit.ly/2fgf7Fv
Dark energy is an unknown form of energy which is hypothesized to permeate all of space. bit.ly/2gWVZZZ
Water on Mars is extremely salty, and possibly toxic to life forms. bit.ly/295uCfA
The outer core is responsible for Earth's magnetic field. bit.ly/1U8I2Zx
Listening to stars could help us find the next Earth. bit.ly/1O7Tp0g
Is Planet 9 rocky like Earth? Some scientists think so. #HTUW bit.ly/2gBTIH4
The moon pulls on the tidal bulge and slows the Earth’s rotation. bit.ly/2gMfVCy
Chocolate could taste the same with 40% less sugar. bit.ly/2gd9XXV
Barcelona is giving its pigeons contraceptives. bit.ly/2gdgEJj
A painless zap to the brain could resurface forgotten memories. bit.ly/2fKSARO
Archaeologists think they've found the pilgrims' original 1620 Plymouth settlement. bit.ly/2fKRy8K
A 3D printed dog nose can sniff out explosives. bit.ly/2gEnA2V
The FDA just approved the largest clinical trial on ecstasy to date. bit.ly/2gDYlh5
Our ancestor "Lucy" spent at least a third of her life in trees 3.18 million years ago. bit.ly/2gH70Co
Pluto might not have a subsurface ocean after all. bit.ly/2g853eM
The moon pulls on the tidal bulge and slows the Earth’s rotation. bit.ly/2gMfVCy
These beehive-like structures are all that remain of this ancient Chinese society. bit.ly/2fM26UT
A 2-mile long humanoid drawing in the Australian terrain can be seen from space. bit.ly/2gMhMaB
 
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