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Month in Space Pictures: Relive Cosmic Triumph and Tragedy

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See a cosmic lighthouse, a tragic crash, a triumphant landing and other stellar images from November 2014. …read more

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Bring Out Your Inner Eco Sleuth With a Smartphone App

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Want to use your smartphone to contribute to eco-science or stop animal smuggling? There are mobile apps for that, though …read more

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Holiday Gift Guide: Science Books Span the Spectrum

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Is someone on your gift list starry-eyed about space? Do they dig dinosaurs? Check out 20 science books that are …read more

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Europe’s Space Data Highway Passes Early Test

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A European space data highway to relay large volumes of data very quickly has passed an early test. …read more

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Why Experts Say 2-Degree Global Warming Limit Won’t Work

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A temperature rise that could cause irreversible damage to civilization is practically inevitable, say experts ahead of a year of …read more

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World Can’t Be Fail-Safe Against Extreme Weather: Report

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Extreme weather events are increasing and will have devastating effects unless there’s a new focus on that risk and how …read more

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Fetch! Dogs May Understand More Than You Think

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Ever wonder just how much your dog really understands when you talk to him? …read more

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Federal Coal Leasing Comes Under Fire in Lawsuit

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Conservation groups sued the government to force officials to consider how burning coal contributes to climate change. …read more

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Wooden Handle Found Intact on 5,500-Year-Old Stone Ax

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An archaeological survey of sites for an undersea tunnel project in southern Denmark has turned up a stunning find. …read more

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Get an Up-Close Look at Fiery Antares Rocket Explosion

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Newly released video shows just how much of an inferno erupted when Orbital Sciences’ Antares rocket blew up just seconds …read more

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