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Ice sheets are melting far faster than we thought — in a worst-case climate breakdown, coastal cities like New York and Shanghai would be swamped
The Greenland and Antarctic ice sheets are melting. Scientists have known this for years, but they're only now realizing how ...
Now’s the time to get your name on NASA’s next mission to Mars
We might finally be able to safely drink salt water SpaceX’s new satellites will dodge collisions autonomously It’s that time ...
The Verge on MSN.com
Three rare exocomets spotted in orbit around a nearby star
Scientists have spotted three exocomets, or comets outside of our Solar System, in orbit around a bright young star called ...
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Video captured a brilliant fireball lighting up the Australian sky. And NASA confirmed it was a meteor the size of a small car.
A NASA research center confirmed that a massive fireball landed on Tuesday in the Great Australian Bight just off the coast ...
WKU Storm Chase Class Embarks on 10th Annual Journey
BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (AP) — For as long as she can remember, Olivia Cahill has been captivated with weather. What compelled ...
U.S. News & World Report
A Nearly Mile-Wide Asteroid With Its Own Moon Hurtles Past Earth This Weekend
An asteroid that’s nearly a mile wide and has its own moon is set to zip by Earth during the weekend. Together, the two space ...
Humans can adapt to climate change, but first we have to stop wasting time arguing
Human beings are amazing creatures. We have adapted to the challenges thrown at us by Mother Nature by applying intellect and ...
Dallas Morning News
Waste Tide is a chilling sci-fi novel about class war and trash in near-future China
In Chinese science fiction author Chen Qiufan’s debut novel Waste Tide, a young woman finds herself transformed and stuck in ...
'A long ride': 50 years ago, a dress rehearsal for the Moon landing
As Earth grew ever smaller below his spacecraft, Apollo 10 commander Tom Stafford made an unusual request to mission control. ...