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Fri, Nov 21, 2014 10:28 PM
Capable of growing to over 3 inches in length, the St. Helena giant earwig is now merely the stuff of legend.
Despite rumors, the comedian says he will not seek office, adding that he's only interested in 'real change'.
This little fox curled up to rest shows the signs of transition between a brown summer coat and a white winter coat. Here's why it happens.
University of Michigan officials discover the complicated answer as they relocate a 250-year-old bur oak.
The sunspot is comparable to Jupiter in its size, the largest planet in the solar system.
Ice and water and dissolved the book's binding, so researched made digital copies of the pages and then created a new binding for the diary.
Included in the 3,276 pounds of cargo and science experiments, was a small crop of lettuce grown aboard the International Space Station.
Eagle-eyed skywatchers will not only be able to see the launch but also the International Space Station streaking across the sky a few minutes after the launch.
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...
New film documents the environmental and personal damage caused by the 2010 disaster.
Under the guidance of theoretical physicist Kip Thorne, the special effects team produced an image of a black hole that no one expected.
Pygmy seahorses are notoriously difficult to keep alive in captivity, but these researchers not only raised a family of them but also discovered a new clue to their camouflage.
Have you ever seen anything so delicate on an owl before?
Swimming mammoths isn't uncommon, or even unheard of today as the mammoth's descendant, the elephant, has been known to swim for food.
Due to technical limitations, the photo was created by combining images of the comet and Mars.
Thanks to financial incentives and renewables-embracing lawmakers, the Northeast rules for residential solar. (Idaho, on the other hand, has some serious work to do.)
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