There have been some wild proposals about how to make Mars more suitable for humans—but how close are we to actually terraforming the Red Planet?
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The heaviest elements in our universe were just seen created in the heart of a kilonova after two neutron stars collided.
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Scientists thought they knew the approximate size of a proton until a 2010 experiment came back with a very different number, creating the proton-radius puzzle.
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The Ocean Cleanup just released a new device to help clean up plastic in rivers before it reaches the ocean. So how does it work?
While it's been known that dinosaurs had feathers, the question of when feathers evolved is longstanding in the paleontological community.
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