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NASA will send a Canadian astronaut around the moon

NASA has big plans to get humans back to the moon, but the US won't be going it alone. NASA and the Canadian Space Agency formalized...

Global carbon emissions down by record 7% in 2020

Carbon dioxide emissions in 2020 fell by 7%, the biggest drop ever, as countries around the world imposed lockdowns and restrictions on movement to...

Singapore approves lab-grown ‘chicken’ meat

Announcing this on Dec 2, Eat Just said its cultured chicken has been given “first-in-the-world regulatory approval” by Singapore authorities. It will be used...

Zoox unveils a self-driving car that could become Amazon’s first robotaxi

And while it broadly resembles other first-generation autonomous vehicles from automakers and Silicon Valley startups, Zoox’s robotaxi has a few standout features, as well...

Scientists digitally rebuilt this dinosaur’s brain and made some surprising discoveries

Using advanced imaging and 3D modeling techniques, researchers from the UK's University of Bristol "rebuilt" the brain of a Thecodontosaurus, a sauropod that roamed...

Batteries mimic mammal bones for stabilit

However, it is difficult to develop sodium cathodes, materials through which electrons can enter a battery. Many candidate materials are unstable or cannot withstand...

New superhighway system discovered in the Solar System

In their paper, published in the Nov. 25 issue of Science Advances, the researchers observed the dynamical structure of these routes, forming a connected...

Iridescent snake with shimmering scales discovered in Asia

It was dark and iridescent, its scales shifting through blues and greens in the light. The scales were small, ridged, and oddly patterned. The...

Sword-toothed tiger fossils worth more than $ 84,000

Rare fossils of prehistoric predators, found in the US state of South Dakota in the summer of 2019, grossed a total of $ 84,350...

Energy-Saving Lighting System Turns Night Sky Purple

The people Gislov and Trelleborg, two small Swedish towns located about 10 minutes apart, were originally alarmed by the bright purple sky above them,...

First solar road in the US comes online in Georgia

It's not exactly clear what the future of roadways or really any of our infrastructure realistically holds, but roadways with solar power could be a big...

Mysterious Prehistoric “Sea Dragon” Discovered on English Channel Coast Is Identified As New Species

Steve Etches unearthed the well-preserved ichthyosaur fossil in limestone on the Jurassic Coast in Dorset. He thought the fossil was so unusual that he...

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Top 500 places to visit before you die (P.32) Rio de Janeiro: The Marvelous City

The breathtakingly beautiful city is home to landmark sites like the Christ the Redeemer statue and world-class art museums. Sprinkle in beach volleyball matches,...

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The Kiandra Snow Shoe Club was founded in the gold-mining district of Kiandra, New South Wales (NSW), Australia by three Norwegians—as early as 1861...

Italian Icebreaker Sets Record Reaching Furthest Point South

The growing threats of climate change to the Antarctic and southern ocean ecosystems have yet again been highlighted as an Italian icebreaker that set...