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See NASA's DART Asteroid Crash Through the Lens of Webb, Hubble Telescopes

See NASA's DART Asteroid Crash Through the Lens of Webb, Hubble Telescopes

The effort marks the first time the two flagship observatories have spied the same object at the same time.

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How to Feed 1 Billion More People

How to Feed 1 Billion More People

Changing the global food system would require a paradigm shift, but it's possible.

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Mystery 'Blue Goo' Ocean Animal Stumps Scientists

Mystery 'Blue Goo' Ocean Animal Stumps Scientists

It's blue. It's blobby. What is it?

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How to Feed 1 Billion More People

How to Feed 1 Billion More People

Changing the global food system would require a paradigm shift, but it's possible.

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This Wireless Camera Taps Into Sound Waves to Reveal Deep-Sea Secrets

This Wireless Camera Taps Into Sound Waves to Reveal Deep-Sea Secrets

MIT scientists want to map the entire ocean so we can understand how climate change is forcing it to evolve.

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How Living Carbon's Modified Trees Can Store More Carbon

How Living Carbon's Modified Trees Can Store More Carbon

Living Carbon has developed enhanced trees that can grow faster and store more carbon than trees grown naturally.

Google brings green features to travelers

Google brings green features to travelers

Google is adding new green features to its travel sites, which will allow you to gauge the environmental impact of the air travel and hotel stays.

US Fires Trend Up in Severity: 'The Worst Fire Disasters Are Still to Come'

US Fires Trend Up in Severity: 'The Worst Fire Disasters Are Still to Come'

Fires across the contiguous US have quadrupled in size and tripled in frequency since the year 2000, according to a new study.

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See the First Eerie NASA Images of DART's Asteroid Crash Site

See the First Eerie NASA Images of DART's Asteroid Crash Site

The spacecraft's satellite companion delivers a close-range look at the impact's aftermath.

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NASA Successfully Crashes DART Probe Into Asteroid

NASA Successfully Crashes DART Probe Into Asteroid

DART met its end on Monday, impacting the rough face of an asteroid almost 7 million miles away.

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NASA Telescope Captures Epic Collision Between DART and Asteroid

NASA Telescope Captures Epic Collision Between DART and Asteroid

Video released by the ATLAS project shows the explosive impact 7 million miles from Earth.

See NASA's DART Asteroid Crash Through the Lens of Webb, Hubble Telescopes

See NASA's DART Asteroid Crash Through the Lens of Webb, Hubble Telescopes

The effort marks the first time the two flagship observatories have spied the same object at the same time.

Stunning NASA James Webb Telescope Image Reveals Neptune's Delicate Rings

Stunning NASA James Webb Telescope Image Reveals Neptune's Delicate Rings

The trailblazing machine delivers once again, offering us the best view of Neptune since 1989.

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Mystery 'Blue Goo' Ocean Animal Stumps Scientists

Mystery 'Blue Goo' Ocean Animal Stumps Scientists

It's blue. It's blobby. What is it?

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Scientists Rediscover Cockroach Thought to Be Extinct Since the 1930s

Scientists Rediscover Cockroach Thought to Be Extinct Since the 1930s

The island-dwelling roach managed to survive a scourge of invasive rats.

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20 Quadrillion Ants Roam the Earth Right Now, Scientists Say

20 Quadrillion Ants Roam the Earth Right Now, Scientists Say

The ants go marching one by one, but fortunately, counting is a little easier than that.

Scientists Discover 380 Million-Year-Old Heart, Stunningly Preserved

Scientists Discover 380 Million-Year-Old Heart, Stunningly Preserved

And it could shed light on our distant evolution. Says the co-author of a study on the fossilized ticker: "We are all related, in the most literal sense."

This Stretchy Device Wraps Around Nerves to Relieve Pain Without Drugs

This Stretchy Device Wraps Around Nerves to Relieve Pain Without Drugs

The paper-thin material can safely numb your nerves, then dissolve into your body like an absorbable stitch.

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