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Sharks Use the Earth’s Magnetic Field Like a Compass

“It’s a really interesting and clear demonstration that sharks are using the Earth’s magnetic field as a kind of map,” says Kenneth Lohmann,...

Melting Mountain Glaciers May Not Survive the Century

If you haven’t hiked across a glacier yet, you might want to get booted up sometime soon. The world’s high-mountain glaciers are melting...

How Food Waste Could Be Turned Into Climate-Friendly Jet Fuel

For many uses, liquid fuels remain the most practical energy supply—aircraft and large ships being obvious examples. It's possible to produce biofuels for...

You’re Vaccinated and People Want to Visit. Now What?

That matters for two reasons. First, it’s still possible that someone who’s been vaccinated could actually get sick—the risk is very slender, but...

Anthony Fauci Pleads: Don’t Declare Victory

The Covidologist-in-chief says we can’t relax on masks and social distancing yet. Hear that, Texas? Source link

The LA Musician Who Designed a Microphone for Mars

It’s called the "seven minutes of terror." As the 2,300-pound, six-wheeled, nuclear-powered Perseverance rover approaches Mars on Thursday, a supersonic parachute will slow...

Scientists Accidentally Discover Strange Creatures Under a Half Mile of Ice

But because the researchers couldn’t collect specimens, they can’t yet say what exactly these sponges and other critters could be eating. Some sponges...

Everything You Need to Know About the Coronavirus

It’s been over a year since the first known case of coronavirus surfaced in China, the threat of the virus overtook normal life...

Virgin Orbit Just Launched a Rocket From a 747

On Sunday morning, Virgin Orbit became the third privately funded American rocket company to reach orbit—and the only one to accomplish the feat...

Could Carbon Dioxide Be Turned Into Jet Fuel?

The aviation industry has been looking for ways to reduce its global carbon footprint for the past decade, such as purchasing so-called ...
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China lands spacecraft on Mars

China has landed a spacecraft containing a rover on Mars, according to state media, in a further sign of its bold ambitions in...

Pipeline Attack Yields Urgent Lessons About U.S. Cybersecurity

For years, government officials and industry executives have run elaborate simulations of a targeted cyberattack on the power grid or gas pipelines in...
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