Category Archives: Science

September 2019 was the hottest ever in North America

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Temperatures across the continent were warmer than the 20th century average by 3.1 degrees Fahrenheit. …read more

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‘Stormquakes': Hurricanes and earthquakes can create hybrid natural disaster

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The combination of two frightening natural phenomena might bring to mind “Sharknado,” but stormquakes are real and not dangerous. …read more

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A vast heat wave is endangering sea life in the Pacific Ocean. Is this the wave of the future?

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The huge expanse of warm water spans 600,000 square miles, or six to seven times the size of Alaska. …read more

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NASA’s first all-female spacewalk will now take place this week

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Astronauts Christina Koch and Jessica Meir will perform an urgent repair to the International Space Station’s power system. …read more

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Scientists aim to make 3D map of entire world before climate change ruins it

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We’re going to need a lot of lasers. …read more

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Watch NASA unveil the spacesuits astronauts will wear on the moon, Mars

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The suits are designed to outperform those used during the Apollo program. …read more

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What is a tardigrade?

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Tiny animals with an outsized ability to survive in harsh environments, tardigrades are widely used in scientific research. …read more

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Laser scanning tech uncovers huge network of ancient Maya farms

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The findings show how the ancient civilization adapted farming practices in the face of environmental challenges. …read more

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Antibiotics are losing their power against deadly infections. Can we fix the problem?

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Experts will discuss ways to mitigate antibiotic resistance at an upcoming panel discussion. …read more

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Britain’s first moon rover is a four-legged robot that will explore lunar tunnels

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The tiny bot is expected to launch from U.S. soil in 2021. …read more

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