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Mon, Jul 14, 2014 10:14 AM
If all goes as planned, the Cygnus spacecraft will arrive at the International Space Station by July 16.
The beautiful details of a tiny flower are brought into focus with this photography style.
The Obama administration takes a more aggressive approach to climate change by pressing power companies to reduce carbon emissions by 30 percent by 2030.
The battery is rechargeable, and strips of the battery can be stacked on top of one another to produce more power.
Some researchers believe that a solar sail the size of Texas could send a spacecraft to a spacecraft to another star system in just a few centuries.
Most creatures in the animal kingdom are unable to produce blue pigments. Here's a few exceptions to that rule.
This falcon seems to have found the one ray of light on the hillside and is soaking it up.
In 1971, Jane Goodall observed a group of chimps break out in a war. Now new social network analysis offers an explanation for this violent behavior.
As the seed pod opens and unfurls, art is born. Nature is kind of amazing like that.
This map project looks at where human beings aren't — and brings some interesting data to light.
Check out how it looks to plunge headlong down one of the gnarliest mountain bike race courses in the world.
Who knew a bunny eating raspberries could be so mesmerizing?
This time-lapse masterpiece from Kansas might be the best video of a thunderstorm you'll ever see.
If a staggering $15M crowdfunding goal is met, a petite dwelling done up in traditional Swedish style may become 'the first art project on the moon.'
There are good reasons to be skeptical of the claims being made by Solar Roadways as they raise millions of dollars in crowdfunding.
New capsule seats 7 astronauts and has thrusters to aid in connecting to the International Space Station and also for landing back on Earth.
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