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Fri, Aug 29, 2014 2:28 PM
With views like this, it's a wonder astronauts on the International Space Station get any work done.
The common pheasant's success story is best told by hunters.
NASA engineers are driving the robots around the parking lots surrounding Kennedy's Launch Control Center as the swarmies hunt for slips of paper.
During droughts, the giant trees increasingly use 'storage water' and shut down the process of photosynthesis.
Spiders find a niche and stick with it when they hang out with spiders they know, but become less consistent among strangers.
The M-class flare on Sunday didn't erupt in the direction of Earth, but if it had, it could've amplified the planet's northern lights displays.
The last passenger pigeon died Sept. 1, 1914, making this Sept. 1 the 100th anniversary of the species' extinction.
The AsiaSat6 satellite is designed to distribute video and broadband service to customers throughout the Asia-Pacific region.
These predatory insects might just be a cicada's worst nightmare.
Some animals go to great lengths to warn off predators, and this little caterpillar is no exception!
The supernova that spawned the stunning remnant likely occurred 3,700 years ago.
Astronauts' noses were likely responding to 'unsatisfied electron bonds' or dangling bonds from smashed up lunar rocks.
The probe is on its way to Pluto where it will use its seven instruments to gather more information about the mysterious dwarf planet.
6 conservation groups are fighting to rid New York of harmful poisons originally deployed to control rats.
Unprecedented slow-motion video shows what happens when a jellyfish injects its venom.
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