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Humans are going to live on the moon eventually. So how are we going to *move around* there?
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Sending a robot into the icy depths and getting it back alive can be more challenging than communicating with a Mars rover millions of miles away.
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Just like groups of birds or insects, these drones organize themselves into cohesive groups—a so-called "emergent" property of their individual actions.
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In just 15 years, roughly 4,000 miles of fiber-optic cables in US coastal cities could go underwater.
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Crypto-developers—ironically, a community devoted to eliminating centralized authority—could use more traditional vetting structures.
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It’s retreated, but the risk of what happens with a grounded iceberg is almost luck of the draw.
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Eleven of them behave a lot like Jupiter's other moons, but the twelfth one is weird (in a good way).
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It took thousands of years for humans to breed a pea-sized fruit into a beautiful beefsteak tomato. Now, with gene editing, scientists can change everything.
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You can make a physics model that teaches you tons about running.
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Extreme heat already kills more than a hundred New Yorkers yearly. It's on track to kill thousands by 2080.
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