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  • Watch NASA astronauts make history in first all-female spacewalk

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  • A USGS survey found plastic in the Rocky Mountains' rainwater

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  • Chemistry Nobel goes to 3 scientists who developed the lithium-ion batteries

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  • Physics Nobel goes to 3 scientists who' 'forever changed our conceptions of the world'

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  • Paralyzed man walks with brain-controlled exoskeleton

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  • The Interspecies Internet wants to give the animal kingdom the power of communication

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  • A tectonic plate below the United States seems to be dying

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  • Watch Elon Musk unveil 'epic' new SpaceX Starship protoype

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  • Jupiter's strange, volcanic moon Io continues to surprise decades after discovery

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Can the Great Barrier Reef survive the assault of pollution and climate change?

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The Great Barrier Reef spans an area of roughly 135,000 square miles along Australia’s northeastern coast. But what some call the largest living thing on Earth is under assault from global warming and pollution, with parts of it dying off in recent years. Now a new study shows that the reef managed to bounce back from several previous “death events,” suggesting that the reef may be more resilient than we realized.