Mars is about to be eclipsed by the moon. Here's how to watch.
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On Monday (Jan. 30), the moon will pass in front of Mars from the perspective of Earth in what's known as an occultation ..read more
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Which animals will survive climate change?
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What animal species will survive projected future droughts, rising temperatures and habitat loss ..read more
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Cryptic lost Canaanite language decoded on 'Rosetta Stone'-like tablets
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Two ancient clay tablets from Iraq contain details of a "lost" Canaanite language ..read more
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COVID-19 is a leading cause of death among US children and teens, study shows
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An analysis of mortality data shows that COVID-19 ranks as a leading cause of death among children and teens ..read more
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Some carnivorous plants evolved to eat poop instead of bugs. And they're better off for it.
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Former bug-eating plants, which evolved to feed on animal droppings instead, have a more nutritious diet than their carnivorous cousins, a new study finds ..read more
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Vast subterranean aqueduct in Naples once 'served elite Roman villas'
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Once played in by local children, a vast tunnel that goes through a hill in Naples, Italy, is actually a Roman aqueduct, archaeologists say ..read more
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What is a squall?
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There are different types of squalls, including a sudden windy cold front and a short-term burst of heavy snow and wind ..read more
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How big is the largest possible earthquake?
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The amount of energy released in an earthquake is controlled by how much of the crust breaks. The good news is, we're not likely to see a magnitude 10 ..read more
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The universe is slightly hotter than it should be. 'Dark photons' could be to blame.
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Intergalactic gas clouds are slightly hotter than they should be, new research claims, and theoretical particles called 'dark photons' could explain it ..read more
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Do elephants really 'never forget'?
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Elephants are known for their extraordinary memories, but is it true that they never forget ..read more
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