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Astronaut Scott Kelly's genes show long-term changes after a year in space
NASA recently released preliminary findings from its Twin Study involving astronauts Scott Kelly and Mark Kelly. Researchers now know that 93% of Scott’s genes returned to normal after spending almost a year in space. However, the remaining 7% point to possible longer term changes in his genes.
Celestial object may help unlock mysteries of the early universe01:03
Scientists discover twelve new moons orbiting Jupiter, one of them is an oddity01:38
This counter top device could make homebrewing easier and more compact01:17
These World Cup results are even baffling algorithms03:01
Apple launches a clean energy fund in China02:16
The geographical anomaly that makes Venus’ rotation so strange02:06