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Big-Time Dig: 20 New Dinosaur Species Found in Utah
Scientists and students working at a Utah fossil field are hard at work discovering and revealing new dinosaur species. KSL's John Hollenhorst reports.
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Gigantic 'Sheet Cake' Iceberg Breaks Off Antarctica
Scientists are monitoring an iceberg roughly six times the size of Manhattan that broke off from an Antarctic glacier and is heading into the open ocean.
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Spacewalkers Make Quick Work of Computer Repair
Two spacewalkers quickly replaced a bad backup computer box and took on some extra tasks at the International Space Station on Wednesday.
Early-Warning Telescope Could Detect Dangerous Asteroids
In just 13 years, asteroids have caused more than two dozen massive explosions in the atmosphere.
If It Quacks Like a Duck, It Might Be a Whale
A mysterious duck-like sound recorded in the ocean around Antarctica has baffled scientists for decades, but the source of the sound has finally been found.
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March Was One of Hottest on Record, But Not in U.S.
NOAA says last month's overall global temperature was 1.3 degrees Fahrenheit warmer than the 20th century average.
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Here's a Twist: Tornado Season Off to Record Quiet Start
This year has so far seen fewer twisters than any similar period in at least six decades and possibly a century or more, and zero deaths so far.
Duck! Asteroids Strike Earth More Often Than We Think
Sensors designed to monitor nuclear tests have detected more asteroid explosions than expected, even since last year's spectacular Russian meteor.
NASA Chief Tells Off Asteroid Critics: 'Get Over It'
NASA's chief has a message for those who want him to forget about going to a near-Earth asteroid and head directly for Mars instead: "Get over it."
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