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Why Is the Moon Shaped Like a Lemon?
The moon is not round. A new study explains how it got its oddball shape.
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See-through Mice Could Be Boon for Medical Research
Researchers have found a way to make see-through mice, but you won't find these critters scampering in your kitchen.
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Month in Space: Photos Show Cosmic Joys and Sorrows
Get long-distance views of the cosmos and our glorious Earth, as well as cosmic perspectives on our planet's tragedies.
'Star Wars' to Film in Protected Bird Habitat
The jagged slopes of Skellig Michael, an island 7 miles off the coast of Ireland, might be abuzz with all sorts of imagined creatures as a filming location for Star Wars Episode VII -- but concerns over the island's rare, real-life inhabitants have some conservationists feeling a bit on the dark side. Produced by weather.com.
Woman Writes Simultaneously With Hands and Feet
Chen Siyuan writes Chinese poems, as well as Chinese characters and Roman alphabets. Chen hopes her talents will bring about new results in education and scientific research.
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Germans Flock to Mysterious Crop Circle
Thousands of people are trekking to a Bavarian farmer's wheat field to check out ornate design.
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Fear Tornadoes, Lightning? Cold and Heat Kill More
A new federal report finds 2,000 weather-related deaths each year, nearly two-thirds of them from cold and most of the rest from heat.
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Real Life 'Octomom' Guards Eggs for Record 4.5 Years
A real-life "Octomom" off the coast of California has been declared a champion of parenting — and patience — in the animal world.
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Where Has All the Water From the UCLA Flood Gone?
The millions of gallons of water that gushed from a city pipe near UCLA is now lost to L.A.'s drought-stricken drinking supply, an expert says.
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