Category Archives: Science

New companion robots can’t do much but make us love them

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With those big eyes and rounded bodies, who could resist them? …read more

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Mystery of dwarf planet’s ‘lonely mountain’ has been solved

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Scientists say Ahuna Mons formed when salty, rocky mud rose to the surface of Ceres and froze. …read more

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What is the summer solstice?

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It’s the longest day of the year and the first day of summer in the Northern Hemisphere. …read more

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Apollo moon rocks may unlock more secrets about our solar system

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NASA hopes modern tools and techniques will bring fresh discoveries from rocks that astronauts collected in 1972. …read more

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Surf’s up, skis down: How climate change is affecting sports

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Extreme weather is affecting summer and winter sports alike — mostly for the worse. …read more

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NASA wants robots to sniff out moon pits for lunar habitats

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The sinkhole-like structures might contain valuable resources or provide shelter for astronauts. …read more

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Scientists create ‘cyborg’ plants that sense motion and send alerts

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Researchers foresee a world in which plants collect and transmit information without computers’ glaring screens or intrusive sounds. …read more

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Boaty McBoatface makes significant climate change discovery on maiden mission

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The polar research vessel discovered a significant link between Antarctic winds and rising sea temperatures. …read more

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Boaty McBoatface makes significant climate change discovery on maiden mission

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The polar research vessel discovered a significant link between Antarctic winds and rising sea temperatures. …read more

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NASA to launch tiny satellites to study ‘bubbles’ in upper atmosphere

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The twin “cubesats” will be among a total of 24 satellites launching aboard SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy rocket as it soars …read more

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