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Jupiter has a spooky new look in this sharp infrared photo

The infrared imaging will help astronomers see further into Jupiter’s stormy weather. Because of its longer wavelength, infrared light passes through thin haze and light…

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Arkansas’ First Socially Distanced Concert Gets Cease and Desist

UPDATE: Arkansas governor Asa Hutchinson will issue a cease and desist order for Travis McCready’s socially-distanced May 15 concert. Live events like this and of…

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Spaceship Earth and the Value of Utopian Thinking

What makes an experiment a success or a failure? For decades, the prevailing wisdom about the elaborate ecological laboratory known as Biosphere 2 was how…

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Diabetics Break Bones Easily — New Research Is Figuring Out Why Their Bones Are So Fragile

Researchers are starting to understand why the bones of diabetic people are more prone to fractures. Source

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How Counting Caterpillars Can Help Scientists Understand Climate Change

Insects are a vital food source for migratory birds. Scientists need your help tracking how these insect populations are responding to climate change. Source

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Four keypad locks that provide reliable entry security

If you want a few more bells and whistles, this Schlage keypad lock has a lot going for it. It has all the great features…

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The Video Lynching of Ahmaud Arbery

Lush, slanting trees drape a concrete tongue of Georgia road as a vehicle slowly motors along. From the driver’s seat, a man attempts to steady…

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NASA’s weird wing design could lead to futuristic, fuel-efficient airplanes

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That Fresh Sea Breeze You Breathe May Be Laced With Microplastic

Out in the field, the researchers chose a particularly rough and stormy section of French coastline along the Bay of Biscay to search the air…

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Violent Impacts in The Moon’s Ancient Past May Have Melted Vast Tracts of Its Surface

What ancient secrets does the pock-marked, crater-covered surface of the Moon hide? A new study suggests giant meteorite smashes played a major role in the…

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