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Red Greenhouse Grows Veggies for Mars
Researchers are pioneering menus for Mars by growing vegetables under hot-pink lights in an experimental greenhouse in Germany.
Elephants Can Outsniff Dogs (and Other Species)
In a study of 13 mammals, African elephants were found to have more genes associated with smell than any other species, including humans and dogs.
SpaceX Releases Amazing Video of Rocket Splashdown
A stunning new video shows the first stage of SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket making a soft ocean splashdown as planned after its launch earlier this month.
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Is Climate Change Ruining Wine Corks?
Rising temperatures and increased exposure to UV light brought on by climate change may be behind chemical changes in the bark of cork oaks.
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SpaceShipOne's White Knight Plane Makes Final Flight
The mothership for the historic SpaceShipOne rocket plane, known as the White Knight, has become part of a museum exhibit in Washington state.
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Is Antarctica's Sea Ice Expanding? Experts Disagree
A new study suggests that a software error may have caused scientists to overestimate sea ice expansion around Antarctica.
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Republicans Google 'Climate Change' In Extreme Weather
During extreme or unusual weather, Americans' political leanings seem to influence their Internet searches about the climate.
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Explorers Wrap Up Mock Mars Mission in Hawaii
Six crew members who have been on a mock Mars mission in Hawaii for the past four months are getting set to come back to the real world on Friday.
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X-Ray Telescope Celebrates Birthday With Fireworks
NASA's Chandra X-Ray Observatory went into orbit 15 years ago, and to mark the occasion, scientists are showing off a fresh batch of X-ray fireworks.
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