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Scientists finally figured out what that gel-like stuff is on the Moon
This was likely the result of a meteorite impact.
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6 of nature's smallest dinosaurs
Not all dinosaurs were massive, terrifying proto-birds.
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8 stunning pictures of comet NEOWISE, and how you can see it
Sky enthusiasts across the world are sharing in this comet's journey through outer space.
The Abstract Podcast
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Undiscovered stories of weird space discovery
In this episode, we discuss the unexpected surprises in the universe that astronomers continue to find.
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This is what the universe would look like if you had x-ray vision
Astronomers are using this x-ray map to figure out how fast the universe is expanding.
7.9.2020 6:31 PM
400-million-year-old fish reveals new clues to how humans got teeth
"Nobody expected to find teeth so deep on the evolutionary tree."
7.9.2020 3:17 PM
15-foot-long skeleton reveals 23-million-year old apex predator
Researchers uncovered a complete, prehistoric dolphin skeleton.
7.8.2020 7:08 PM
The first report of "bystander effect" in animals shines a light on police brutality
Rats behave oddly like humans when they see a peer in distress.
The secret's in the stars
7.8.2020 3:00 PM
The universe is expanding — and we may finally know just how quickly
This is a crucial way to understand in more detail how the universe evolved.
7.8.2020 3:00 PM
Robot scientists have solved the biggest challenge in chemistry
Prepare to meet your new lab mate.
7.8.2020 12:33 PM
Life lessons from untold Covid-19 stories
In this episode, we discuss “vet detectives” and NASA recruiting participants for isolation studies.
7.7.2020 10:09 PM
Where does the Milky Way get its energy? Scientists may have found the answer
A new study provides clues to how much energy flows through the center of our galaxy.
7.7.2020 9:00 PM
Images reveal 5 scientifically amazing bird nests
These birds build nests that dazzle through design.
7.7.2020 7:00 PM
On Mars, the NASA Curiosity rover begins a new era of exploration
The robot explorer will reach its destination by fall.
7.7.2020 1:00 PM
A new exoplanet discovery has astronomers confused over its very state
Is it a large, unusually dense planet or the remains of a gas giant?
7.6.2020 11:30 PM
Nature's creepiest crawler is thriving as climate change warms the Arctic
Recent research reveals the latest example of spider behavior changed by warming temperatures.
7.6.2020 9:13 PM
Astronomers have found the source of life in the universe
We're all made of stars.
7.6.2020 7:16 PM
Scientists find a 237-million-year-old miniaturized origin for giant dinosaurs
Being small "may have helped this group to flourish."
7.6.2020 7:00 PM
Bear vs. human conflicts will get worse unless we adapt — study
Humans must develop a "social tolerance" for predators.
7.6.2020 2:45 PM
Inverse Daily: The center of the Solar System?
Also in this edition: An update on Hyperloop, a new
podcast, news about dog years, and the latest 'Not Sports' column.
Mind and Body
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