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Sat, Sep 20, 2014 2:00 PM
The Department of Public Works denies permitting for a much-anticipated event involving '1,000 feet of soapy vinyl.' And water. Lots of water.
In a departure from several recent launches, SpaceX's most recent liftoff did not include a rocket-reusability test as a secondary objective.
The 37-million-year-old 'colossus penguin' would have been comparable to LeBron James in height and weight.
The Rose of Jericho earned itself the nickname 'resurrection plant' because it’s one of the most resilient plants on the planet. [Video]
Find out about one of the most misunderstood of raccoon behaviors.
When ants make limestone, they end up capturing tiny bits of carbon in the limestone, and this lessens the amount in our atmosphere.
Check out the amazing results when a parkour-practicing pooch plays around with a professional athlete.
Initially dismissed because the engine appears to violate the law of conservation of momentum, the Cannae Drive may work by harnessing the power of subatomic particles.
The satellite will provide all GPS users with 'enhanced performance' on their devices.
Hedgehogs are certainly adorable, but they're also really fascinating little creatures.
Nudibranchs, often called sea slugs, go to a lot of effort to stand out. But it's worth it!
The only bright planet you won't be able to see in the night sky this month is Mercury.
A new age of astronomy is dawning, thanks to a historic building boom of futuristic telescopes.
Celestis Pets will send a very small portion of your pet's remains on a variety of missions to the stars.
Understanding the pain cycle of the spider's bite could help doctors diagnose it and prescribe the correct medications.
Even the crow can't seem to believe his luck when a bear pulls him out of the water and doesn't eat him.
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