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Two spacecraft captured video of an explosive solar flare on Sunday morning. Thankfully, it's not pointed at Earth.
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Researchers Turn Bad Memories Into Good Using Light
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The sight of dark-green features running along the Kulunda Steppe left astronauts stumped, according to NASA's Earth Observatory.
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What a Catch! Rare Blue Lobster Gets a New Home
A rare blue lobster caught off the coast of Maine has been spared the boiling pot for a new home.
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River Reborn: Elwha Flows Wild and Free Again
The removal of dams on Washington state's Olympic Peninsula marks a new era for the river, its ecosystem and those who come to experience it.
SpaceX Holds Up Satellite Launch for 'Triple-Check'
SpaceX CEO Elon Musk says the launch of the Asiasat 6 satellite has been postponed to provide extra time for a "triple-check" of the Falcon 9 rocket.
Left Your Car Door Open? Super-Hi-Res Satellite Can Tell
DigitalGlobe's WorldView-3 satellite has sent back its first ultra-high-resolution views of Earth less than two weeks after its launch.
Space Junk Tracking Site Planned in Australia
Lockheed Martin and Australia-based Electro Optic Systems are partnering up to establish a new laser-based space junk tracking site.
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60,000-Year-Old Mammoth Skeleton Found in North Texas
Marty McEwen was working on a gravel pit when when he hit something unusual with his excavator. It turned out to be a mammoth tusk.
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Crowdfunded Space Elevator Experiment Is Coming Up
The idea of riding an elevator into outer space is still a giant leap, but a crowdfunded experiment could soon take one small step toward that goal.
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New Climate Report Draft: Warming May Be Irreversible
Global warming is here, human-caused and probably already dangerous — and it's increasingly likely that it could be irreversible, the draft says.
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Mesocyclone's Effect: Supercell Towers Over Carolinas
A storm column stretches up 50,000 feet into the atmosphere in a stunning image from the NASA Earth Observatory.
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Small Earthquake, Aftershocks Shake Napa Region
The 3.9-magnitude earthquake near American Canyon early Tuesday was accompanied by at least three aftershocks — two days after a major quake hit.
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Sad Scientists Say Ancient Greek Tomb Was Looted
Archaeologists have entered an ancient tomb that lies under a burial mound in northern Greece — and say it appears to have been looted in antiquity.
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Thigh Bone on Mars? It's Just a Weird Rock, NASA Says
A photo from the Curiosity rover on Mars may look as if it shows a thigh bone, but NASA says it's just a weathered Martian rock.
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Who Is That 9,000-Year-Old Mystery Man?
In a new book, scientists say the 9,000-year-old Paleoamerican known as Kennewick Man made his way down the Pacific Coast to Washington state.
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Satellite Shows Stunning Views of China From Above
China's first satellite with high-resolution imaging equipment has taken some spectacular shots of the country.
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Planets Align for New Horizons' Mission to Pluto
The planets were literally aligned for NASA's celebration of its Voyager mission to the outer planets and its upcoming New Horizons mission to Pluto.
Anomaly Spoils Army's Hypersonic Missile Test
The latest test of a hypersonic weapon had to be terminated shortly after Monday's liftoff due to a "flight anomaly," the Defense Department said.
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Hold On Tight: Are Bigger, Badder Quakes on the Way?
The 6.0-magnitude earthquake that rocked Napa Valley was big. Something bigger, however, could be on the way.
John Locher / AP file
This Year's Weather May Be Most Unusual on Record
Climate researchers say this year is unlike anything they've seen going back to 1900.
SpaceX Delays Satellite Launch After Blowup
SpaceX is delaying this week's Falcon 9 rocket launch by a day to review the circumstances behind a test flight that ended in an explosion on Friday.
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Who's Driving That Tanker? New Sailing Rules Emerge
A quarter-century after the Exxon Valdez gushed oil into Alaskan waters, new rules for shipping crews might prevent a similar disaster in the Arctic.
Rocket Failure? SpaceX Has Opportunity in Detonation
The detonation of the rocket after a problem during a test flight is being called an opportunity to learn more about the experimental craft.
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