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Fri, Oct 24, 2014 11:01 PM
Lockheed Martin recently claimed to have designed a fusion reactor that can fit on the back of a truck. If viable, it really could change the world. Here's how...
A geothermal loop will keep the residents of a fancy new elephant house toasty with heat generated by the cooling system in the polar bear habitat.
The Harvest Moon is also the final supermoon of the summer.
The water level of Austria's Green Lake can fluctuate by 30 feet over the course of a year. Find out why the lake has become a new hotspot for scuba divers.
A photographer gets a rare opportunity to watch three bobcat siblings enjoy their morning out in the open.
Experts are considering factors like boulder hazards and lighting conditions as they select a place for the probe to land.
The liftoff marked the second time in two months that SpaceX delivered a payload for the telecommunications company AsiaSat.
A new video shows lava from the Kilauea volcano burning through forest on its way toward a neighborhood.
These stunning falls are all the more impressive since they tumble over a river bed in an otherwise arid region between Namibia and Angola.
Vega is located 25 light-years away. It provided the first evidence for large dust particles around another star, probably debris related to the formation of planets.
Scientists can use the images to learn more about how Saturn's rings formed and why they are the most impressive planetary rings in the solar system.
At its closest approach, the 60-foot asteroid will fly about 25,000 miles from the center of Earth.
An epic new time-lapse video follows the front edge of a thunderstorm as it darkens downtown K.C.
A picture speaks a thousand words but this quote from John Muir does a pretty great job of summing this up.
The new species bear an uncanny resemblance to several 600-million-year-old Ediacaran fossils, some of the earliest animals known to science.
Our galaxy is located in the Laniakea Supercluster, which is about 520 million light-years wide and is made up of about 100,000 galaxies.
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