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