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From the Tin Man to the Teen Titans: A History of Cyborgs
Forget man versus machine. Try man and machine. Turns out cyborgs have been fiction's way of rebelling since the nineteenth century.
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Seized Dinosaur Bones Return to Mongolia Home
Enough 80 million-year-old dinosaur skeletons to stock a museum were turned over to the Mongolian government from the U.S. on Thursday.
Remember Last Winter's 'Polar Vortex'? It's Baaack
Remember last winter's cold spot, which turned "polar vortex" into a phrase that sent chills through Americans east of the Mississippi? It's baaaack.
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410 Million-Year-Old Spider Walks Again, Virtually
An ancient ancestor to spiders was able to creep again, sort of, in a new video that recreates the walk of the 410-million-year-old beast.
INA via "Marketing the Moon" / MIT Press
How NASA Sold the Moon, and Why It Can't Sell Mars
A new book titled "Marketing the Moon" focuses on NASA's success in selling the Apollo moon program and the space agency's challenge for the future.
Rex Features via AP
'Dawn of the Planet of the Apes': Science vs. Fiction
"Dawn of the Planet of the Apes" director Matt Reeves and primatologist Frans de Waal talk about science versus reality.
Rebooted NASA Probe Runs Out of Gas But Still Works
Efforts to revive and redirect a decades-old spacecraft met with serious setbacks this week, but the mission is far from over.
NASA / ESA / RIT / Hubble Heritage
Hubble Spots an Intergalactic String of Pearls
The Hubble Space Telescope has captured a picture of a "necklace" of infant stars stretching for 100,000 light-years between two elliptical galaxies.
Uniview by SCISS Data: SOHO (ESA & NASA), John Bochanski (Haverford College) and Jackie Faherty (American Museum of Natural History and Carnegie Institute's Department of Terrestrial Magnetism)
Found! Most Distant Stars in the Milky Way Galaxy
The distance to newly discovered stars at the edge of the Milky Way is almost "too large to comprehend."
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