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There's a puzzling lack of planets slightly bigger than Earth, which is making astronomers rethink how planets form in the first place.
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The toxins that leach into seawater severely affect bacteria that provide perhaps 20 percent of Earth's oxygen. That's where things get complicated.
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The FCC is clashing with scientists who argue that 5G networks could interfere with weather sensors and compromise weather predictions.
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Levels of heat-trapping methane are rising faster than climate experts anticipated, triggering intense debate about why it's happening.
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Fearing isolation in case of disaster, the Blue Lake Rancheria teamed with researchers to develop a one-of-a-kind microgrid. Here's how they did it.
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Scientists are trying to crack the code of how smell works—and create robots that can sniff out the world's secrets like a dog.
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The first satellites of Elon Musk's mega-constellation Starlink are heading to space, but the satellite internet project faces tough economics on Earth.
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A better understanding of the acoustics of screaming could help scientists understand how and why humans shriek—and add a new dimension to the surveillance state!
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An experiment with a paperclip reveals both its elastic and plastic properties, a distinction that's key to how any material compresses or deforms.
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The space agency's new budget amendment has been called a "down payment" on what will be needed in future years to fund the program.
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