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In a bizarre new experiment, scientists threw salamanders into a wind tunnel

Plus: Get the untold history of Encino Man as told by the folks who made the cult film.

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Behold! A “cosmic cataclysm” reveals a strange sight in the Milky Way’s satellite galaxy

Plus: NASA is sending a micro-organism to space.

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What your cat is really trying to tell you if they pee everywhere

Plus: A critical anniversary for SpaceX happens this week.

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In 1976, one technical innovation changed video games forever — and sparked a crisis

Plus: Monkeypox is spreading fast — should you be worried?

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70 years ago, scientists united to study Earth — we’re still living with the consequences

Plus: Learn about the world of science through some beautiful images.

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NASA and Boeing's Starliner plan to break a major space travel obstacle

Plus: Goodbye, NASA’s InSight Lander.

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Landmark new study sheds light on how transgender children develop identity over time

Plus: How we managed to take a photo of the Milky Way’s black hole.

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Is smoked food healthy? A nutritionist explains the potential risks

Plus: A review of a lush new Bentley hybrid.

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What foods are best for the planet? A new study suggests restaurants can help you choose

Plus: Should you keep your socks on in bed for... you know?

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Scientists stared into the center of the Milky Way — here’s what they found

Plus: A brief history of video game poop.

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Why one electric truck could tip America to renounce gas-powered cars for good

Plus: The 1918 flu pandemic is still offering lessons for today’s epidemiologists.

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What these 8 classic sci-fi time machines tell us about how scientists define time

Plus: Watch SpaceX’s Crew Dragon Endurance splash into the Gulf of Mexico.

Mind and Body

Scientists propose theory of why caring for your emotional well-being is so good for the body

Plus: Brand new physics findings are on the horizon.

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NASA’s plan to put humans back on the Moon hits yet another snag

Plus: Something lurks beneath the Antarctic ice sheet.

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Ancient people’s fishing practices could keep one coveted seafood on modern-day menus

Plus: Hungry mice offer some intriguing clues to fasting in humans.

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This viral workout hack claims to boost performance — science says otherwise

Plus: What overturning Roe v. Wade could mean for the U.S.’s abysmal maternal health record.