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Has Shark Week jumped the shark? 2 pokerfan Aug 11 Aug 12 7 349
What’s 250 Million Light-Years Big, Almost Empty, and Full of Answers? 5 n2doc Aug 8 Aug 11 11 526
Allen Telescope Array, nearly destroyed, survives California wildfire 1 n2doc Aug 10 Aug 11 8 251
Postage-stamp size ‘neurosynaptic’ computer chip mimics the human brain 2 unhappycamper Aug 9 Aug 11 4 231
Supermoon from Orbit 9 n2doc Aug 10 Aug 10 34 974
Supermoon Tonight! 10 n2doc Aug 10 Aug 10 13 500
The A-10 Warthog Will Soon Be Chasing Tornados And Attacking Storms 5 n2doc Aug 1 Aug 10 5 446
Google Maps Now Lets You Explore Mars And The Moon, If You Know Where To Click 2 steve2470 Aug 9 Aug 10 7 298
Harvard and MIT Build A Robot That Can Build Itself 2 unhappycamper Aug 9 Aug 10 1 218
Still hot inside the Moon: Tidal heating in the deepest part of the lunar mantle 0 n2doc Aug 10 Aug 10 5 207
The ESA's Comet as compared to a couple of US cities 1 Ichingcarpenter Aug 10 Aug 10 4 314
Taking astronomy to the next level: Large Synoptic Survey Telescope gets funding to start constructi 0 Judi Lynn Aug 9 Aug 9 12 291
Vaquita Porpoise about to Go Extinct, Only 97 Remain 1 theHandpuppet Aug 9 Aug 9 2 209
Cool pic of Antarctica from space 4 steve2470 Aug 8 Aug 9 14 563
The Bridge From Nowhere 3 n2doc Aug 8 Aug 9 3 325
Self folding origami robot 4 Warpy Aug 7 Aug 8 5 327
Seth draws Neil 1 Ichingcarpenter Aug 8 Aug 8 3 302
Lonely Supernovae May Have Been Kicked Out Of Their Galaxies 0 Judi Lynn Aug 8 Aug 8 4 203
Pluto's orbit precisely measured using high-powered telescope 3 Judi Lynn Aug 6 Aug 7 3 275
Killer Whale Vs Great White shark ( National Geographic WILD ) 2 yuiyoshida Aug 7 Aug 7 3 422
Latest Rosetta image reveals terrific detail of comet's surface 10 n2doc Jul 31 Aug 7 25 1984
Algorithm recovers speech from vibrations of potato-chip bag filmed through soundproof glass 18 Jim__ Aug 4 Aug 7 18 1801
Do We Have the Big Bang Theory All Wrong? 14 n2doc Aug 3 Aug 6 11 775
Early dino was turkey-sized, social plant-eater: study 3 Judi Lynn Aug 6 Aug 6 4 271
Rosetta probe is now only two days away from target 3 pscot Aug 4 Aug 6 16 396
Super Volcanoes Spotted on Jupiter's Moon Io 1 theHandpuppet Aug 6 Aug 6 2 226
This message was self-deleted by its author 0 True Blue Door Aug 6 Aug 6 0 96
Live feed Rosetta now 100km from comet 2 Ichingcarpenter Aug 6 Aug 6 4 345
World's largest aquatic insect specimen found in China 8 Ichingcarpenter Jul 22 Aug 6 8 540
Scientists Discover Massive Species Of Extinct Penguin 4 n2doc Aug 2 Aug 5 14 501
Giant Siberian Craters ARE from Methane 13 JesterCS Aug 3 Aug 5 26 829
Bolivian golden bat revealed as 'new species' - sorry, this is a dupe! 2 Judi Lynn Aug 5 Aug 5 6 195
SpaceX to Build Rocket Launch Site in South Texas 0 n2doc Aug 5 Aug 5 2 202
Scientists name new species of cetacean: The Australian humpback dolphin 3 n2doc Aug 1 Aug 5 27 1219
Forget Charcoal Versus Gas. The Best Way to Grill a Steak Is With Molten Lava 3 n2doc Aug 2 Aug 5 0 458
Vaquita, the Mexican porpoise, nears extinction 0 n2doc Aug 4 Aug 4 4 164
Phoenix man finds way to build new hand, new life 1 Ptah Aug 4 Aug 4 2 250
A mathematical theory proposed by Alan Turing in 1952 can explain the formation of fingers 2 n2doc Aug 3 Aug 4 7 392
Bolivian golden bat revealed as 'new species' 2 theHandpuppet Aug 3 Aug 4 2 244
Göbekli Tepe Excavator archeologist Klaus Schmidt Passes Away 2 Ichingcarpenter Aug 4 Aug 4 15 307
ALMA Finds Double Star with Weird and Wild Planet-forming Discs 1 n2doc Aug 2 Aug 2 6 244
Weird Supernova May Blow Away Star Explosion Theories 0 n2doc Aug 2 Aug 2 6 481
Nasa validates 'impossible' space drive 28 Ichingcarpenter Aug 1 Aug 2 17 1387
NASA Is Going to Dip This Cup Into the Sun’s Corona 2 n2doc Aug 2 Aug 2 3 341
When Good Waves Go Rogue 0 n2doc Aug 2 Aug 2 10 350
comet too hot to be covered in ice ESA 0 Ichingcarpenter Aug 2 Aug 2 3 270
This is what your face would look like without muscles.... 9 Playinghardball Aug 1 Aug 1 0 777
Mars 2020 rover will pave the way for future manned missions (BBC) 1 eppur_se_muova Aug 1 Aug 1 2 178
An Advance in Tractor-Beam Technology 1 n2doc Jul 31 Jul 31 4 276
Which dinosaurs survived? The ones that shrank the fastest. 1 n2doc Jul 31 Jul 31 6 314
Key narcolepsy–influenza vaccine findings retracted 4 HuckleB Jul 30 Jul 31 1 260
Deep sea octopus mom tends her eggs longer than any animal on Earth 5 n2doc Jul 30 Jul 31 18 770
'Quantum Cheshire Cat' becomes reality 2 n2doc Jul 29 Jul 31 9 394
Cassini spacecraft reveals 101 geysers and more on icy Saturn moon 1 n2doc Jul 30 Jul 31 3 234
Mysterious signal from the center of the Perseus Cluster unexplained by known physics 16 n2doc Jul 26 Jul 30 20 912
Display screen technology could correct vision problems (BBC) 2 eppur_se_muova Jul 30 Jul 30 0 277
Large waves measured for first time in Arctic Ocean 5 n2doc Jul 29 Jul 30 10 526
The first map of the (Ocean) depths 5 steve2470 Jul 29 Jul 29 22 1054
NASA’s Long-Lived Mars Opportunity Rover Sets Off-World Driving Record 1 n2doc Jul 29 Jul 29 4 238
Dinosaur extinction could be a case of ‘bad timing’ 1 yuiyoshida Jul 29 Jul 29 1 249
My God, It's Full Of Stars! 45 n2doc Nov 2013 Jul 29 81 4956
Scientists to excavate Wyoming cave with trove of Ice Age fossils 6 Judi Lynn Jul 25 Jul 29 34 2062
NASA is testing a laser-powered drill to explore Jupiter's ice moon 1 n2doc Jul 28 Jul 29 2 232
Deep Sea Explorers Stumble Upon A Creature They Can Hardly Believe Is Real 21 n2doc Jul 24 Jul 29 80 4623
Maybe this is a dumb question but here goes. Why haven't drones 5 snagglepuss Jul 28 Jul 28 1 424
Siberian Discovery Suggests Almost All Dinosaurs Were Feathered 1 muriel_volestrangler Jul 24 Jul 28 12 374
TSoDS #5: Dark Matter Take Another Shot On the Chin. 16 Blue State Bandit Dec 2013 Jul 28 5 1264
'Everlasting storm' has 1 million lightning strikes a year 5 n2doc Jul 26 Jul 27 19 529
Saharan dust played a major role in the formation of the Bahamas islands 3 n2doc Jul 26 Jul 27 13 386
"Mars spacecraft preparing for Comet Siding Spring's close flyby" 1 krispos42 Jul 27 Jul 27 6 284
How to Make Your Dog Jealous 8 n2doc Jul 23 Jul 26 2 486
Dude, Where’s My Frontal Cortex? 2 n2doc Jul 25 Jul 25 2 368
Crazy metal melts in your hand 3 WillParkinson Jul 24 Jul 25 8 548
Earth survived near-miss from 2012 solar storm: NASA 5 defacto7 Jul 25 Jul 25 6 316
'Kaboom': SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket lands in the Atlantic 0 n2doc Jul 25 Jul 25 7 320
Largest aquatic insect in the world found in China 5 WillParkinson Jul 24 Jul 25 5 385
The Sun Is Eerily Quiet, And Scientists Aren't Sure Why 11 n2doc Jul 23 Jul 24 12 680
Quantum leap in lasers brightens future of quantum computing 0 Bill USA Jul 24 Jul 24 3 225
New study shows brain-damaged child was well cared for 100,000 years ago 1 Ichingcarpenter Jul 24 Jul 24 3 291
How Brilliant Monkeys Escape Predators By Using Field Scientists As Human Shields 0 n2doc Jul 24 Jul 24 3 267
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