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“When Mother Nature gets to spinning, it can be an awesome but scary sight," NASA astronaut Jack Fischer tweeted.
Breast is best, so why isn’t the world investing?
Sometimes summer really bites.
Baculovirus forces its caterpillar host to climb up trees before it bursts out to infect others on the ground below.
The bacteria, found in a subglacial lake, could be helping to limit the emission of methane into the atmosphere.
The XP-1 pod topped out at 192 miles per hour.
Male bottlenose dolphins have been seen mounting one another and touching genitals.
The planet is now in a resource deficit for the rest of the year.
The position comes with a six figure salary and a “secret” security clearance.
If you don’t use proper protection while viewing the eclipse, you could burn your eyes, an optometrist explains.
The findings suggest that those with less shut-eye may weigh more.
Young people laughed at words like “frock,” while older respondents liked “pixies.”
There are virtually no regulations for CRISPR technology.
These yellow snakes have an uncanny ability to hunt at night in rough waters, along with several other oddities.
Scientists discover a geological structure in the Shumagin Gap similar to the one that produced the deadly Tohoku earthquake.
A NASA scientist talks about the intricate dance that leads to a total solar eclipse.
This if the fifth named storm of the season, which is on track to be about average.
Warming of more than 2 degrees Celsius is often viewed as a “tipping point.”
Archaeologists have uncovered the first evidence of people trying to prevent grave robbers from stealing corpses.
A rare interview with the man building a blockchain for 80 banks.
The Falcon Heavy, which has 27 engines and generates the same thrust as 18 Boeing 747s, is designed to take manned missions to Mars.
A study of emergency room visits in China suggests that severe heat is less bad for our health than severe cold.
A house-sized asteroid will pass by Earth at a distance of as little as 4,200 miles in October.
There’s a good reason authorities are treating the upcoming solar eclipse like a natural disaster.
Shark fins are all but tasteless in broth, but the recipe claims up to 73 million sharks a year.
Emoji might be another sign of the growing anti-intellectual, anti-science movement in America.
Toss out those needles: Flu vaccines could be delivered via a painless, Band-Aid-like patch.
“What makes the death of a young baby different is that often the family grieves alone.”
A new study suggests this technique is possibly more calming than mindfulness and meditation.
Federal health officials hope the move will lower number of new smokers and reduce rates of smoking-related deaths.