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Tied to a new series from the Smithsonian Channel, the app is the closest you can get to being on the moon without time-traveling to 1969
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To counter the effects of weightlessness, NASA equipped Apollo 11 with an Exer-Genie for isometric exercises
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2,500 years ago, Anaxagoras correctly determined that the rocky moon reflects light from the sun, allowing him to explain lunar phases and eclipses
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The robo-fish pumps energy-packed liquid through vein-like tubes to move its fins and swim for hours
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Despite being much smaller than previous fires, the river blaze in Cleveland 50 years ago became a symbol for the nascent environmental movement
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The only hyena to live in North America, Chasmaporthetes, had the stature of a wolf and the powerful jaws of its modern relatives
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Today, vaccinating against cervical cancer is routine. But before Sarah Stewart, scientists dismissed the idea of a cancer-preventing vaccine as ludicrous
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A growing body of evidence suggests the behavioral symptoms of autism spectrum disorder could be linked to bacteria in the gut
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Our brains manage to construct stable images even as our eyes keep jerking around. Here’s what we know about how that happens.
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Geologists Erin DiMaggio and Alka Tripathy-Lang explain techniques for targeting the age of a fossil find
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