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Wed, Apr 01, 2015 2:05 PM
For half a century, scientists have been unsure how blackpoll warblers completed their autumn migration, so they fitted the tiny birds with flight recorders.
Time magazine will follow astronaut Scott Kelly aboard the ISS and twin brother Mark on Earth.
Yellowstone's grizzlies woke up way earlier than usual this year. What's to blame?
A whole, big world lives within the surprisingly beautiful realm of miniature plant life.
Study suggests that the way to change behavior is less about politics and more about the message.
This video of playful pigs, goats, rabbits and sheep is quite possibly the best pick-me-up file you'll see today.
Scientists found several skulls and various other bones — including those of the arm, shoulder and backbone of the amphibian — in an ancient lake bed in Portugal.
Findings may help explain why the solar system is so different from the hundreds of other planetary systems that astronomers have discovered.
Re-wilding nature is always controversial, as evidenced by the conflicting views in North Carolina over the reintroduction of the red wolf.
Elon Musk impressed the Internet this weekend by lifting copyright restrictions on SpaceX photos with a single tweet.
First yearlong mission aboard the space station will offer clues about how the human body responds.
Molecular nitrogen was one of the key ingredients of the solar system.
These quotes will help you make an uplifting shift in how you look at stormy days both in weather and in life itself.
Dr. Scott Sims flies and drives around Hawaii to help all creatures, great and small.
The eclipse took place on the March equinox, kicking off the spring season in the Northern Hemisphere. The next March equinox eclipse won't happen for 19 years.
Amateur astronomers can upload their photographs of asteroids to a NASA app and the app will search to see if the asteroid has been discovered or not.
Activist and author blogs about politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Science journalist blogs about humans and other wildlife.