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What was it like inside the mind of the late moonwalker Neil Armstrong? You can get a rough idea by reading "Neil Armstrong: A Life of Flight."
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LightSail 1 Solar Sail Due for SpaceX Launch in 2016
The Planetary Society says its LightSail 1 experimental solar sail will hitch a ride into orbit aboard a SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket in April 2016.
Planet of the Stinky Apes: Gorillas Use B.O. as Weapon
Silverback gorillas can broadcast their presence with a stinky stench, or turn off their body odor to hide from strangers, new research suggests.
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Confirmed! Voyager 1 Probe Is in Interstellar Space
New readings collected by NASA's Voyager 1 spacecraft have helped scientists confirm that the far-flung probe is cruising through interstellar space.
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Shocking! Geckos Use Electricity to Stick to Walls
A new study claims that static electricity is the primary reason geckos can climb up smooth surfaces.
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Look, Up in the Sky! It's Supermoon! Or Is It?
The first of this summer's three supersized full moons will rise in the sky this week — which raises a big question: How do you define a Supermoon?
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Astronomers Create System for Naming Alien Planets
The International Astronomical Union unveils a contest that gives the public and astronomy groups a role in naming planets beyond our solar system.
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Frogs Get Their Shots: Vaccine May Curb Lethal Fungus
Hope for amphibians that have been hopping toward extinction due to a pathogenic fungus may come from vaccination programs, a study says.
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Pesticide Linked to Decline of Birds (and Bees)
An insecticide that has been linked to the collapse of bee colonies also appears to be causing bird populations to drop, a new study says.
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