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Newly Unveiled 16th-Century Map Shows a World Filled with Centaurs and Unicorns 3 Judi Lynn Dec 28 Dec 28 8 534
Super Blue Blood-Moon 2018: When, Where and How to See It 3 Judi Lynn Dec 27 Dec 27 10 517
Fish May Be Good for the Growing Brain. 5 elleng Dec 27 Dec 28 2 378
Scientists on verge of designing and cloning superhorses with CRISPR-method. 0 DetlefK Dec 27 Dec 27 2 457
Distribution of plutonium, uranium and thorium in the tissues of deceased nuclear weapons workers. 2 NNadir Dec 27 Dec 27 4 371
Oxygen Isotope Ratios at the Trinity Nuclear Test Site and Laser Fluorination Extraction. 3 NNadir Dec 26 Dec 27 0 469
The August Eclipse Left A 'Wake' in the Earth's Upper Atmosphere 2 Eugene Dec 26 Dec 26 25 1698
60-Million-Year-Old Meteor Strike Uncovered on Remote Isle of Skye 2 Judi Lynn Dec 26 Dec 31 12 688
The 100 Most Amazing Space Photos of 2017 0 Judi Lynn Dec 25 Dec 25 7 611
Christmas at the Space Station: Astronauts Celebrate with New Tree, Gifts from Earth 2 Judi Lynn Dec 25 Dec 31 6 270
Time Crystals to Tetraquarks: Quantum Physics on 2017 4 Judi Lynn Dec 24 Dec 24 4 602
Accumulation of a very potent greenhouse gas has stopped. 4 NNadir Dec 24 Dec 25 6 704
Watch Live Tonight! SpaceX & Japan Launching Satellite Missions @ 8:26 pm ET 1 Judi Lynn Dec 22 Dec 23 3 360
NASA astronaut Bruce McCandless, 1st to fly untethered in space, dies at 80 3 Eugene Dec 22 Dec 26 13 397
Government scientists blocked from the biggest meeting in their field 6 Eugene Dec 22 Dec 28 4 525
NASA's next major telescope to see the big picture of the universe 3 Jim__ Dec 22 Dec 22 8 433
'Milestone' reached in fighting deadly wheat disease 0 nitpicker Dec 22 Dec 22 3 340
A critical issue of critical materials; my holiday science reading list. 0 NNadir Dec 22 Dec 22 5 299
Scientists Have Discovered A New Species Of Ancient Dolphin In Ecuador 0 Judi Lynn Dec 21 Dec 21 4 293
Construction workers discover underground city in central Turkey's orum 0 Judi Lynn Dec 21 Dec 21 10 413
Discovery of a 4,000-year-old military network in northern Syria 0 Judi Lynn Dec 21 Dec 21 4 345
Hundreds of Mysteriously Carved Stone Age 'Sunstones' Have Been Found in Denmark 0 Judi Lynn Dec 21 Dec 21 5 398
How the Sun Illuminates Spanish Missions On the Winter Solstice 2 Judi Lynn Dec 21 Dec 21 6 499
Underground Castles? How Desert Spiders Craft Vertical Tunnels 4 Judi Lynn Dec 20 Dec 21 3 519
Here's how science fared in the first year of tRump 2 ffr Dec 20 Dec 20 13 321
Earth from Space in 2017: DigitalGlobe's Most Impactful Photos 2 Judi Lynn Dec 20 Dec 20 5 552
Researchers find moth last seen 130 years ago 0 n2doc Dec 20 Dec 20 9 332
Despite Deadly Rays, Pulsars Could Host Habitable Planets 0 Judi Lynn Dec 19 Dec 19 5 275
Heat from below Pacific Ocean fuels Yellowstone, study finds 1 Judi Lynn Dec 19 Dec 19 5 479
'Dragon back' as cargo reaches space station (PhysOrg) 1 eppur_se_muova Dec 19 Dec 19 9 301
'Negative capacitance' could bring more efficient transistors (PhysOrg) 0 eppur_se_muova Dec 19 Dec 19 4 257
Unraveling an Ancient Code Written in Strings 0 Judi Lynn Dec 18 Dec 18 8 427
Surprise! New Horizons Probe's Next Flyby Target Has at Least One Moon 0 Judi Lynn Dec 18 Dec 18 4 343
Oumuamua: First alien object to visit our solar system is wrapped in strange organic coat 10 n2doc Dec 18 Dec 20 13 1025
THE FIRST DAY OF WINTER: WINTER SOLSTICE 2017 6 elleng Dec 18 Dec 19 16 608
A Nice Discussion of the Use of Desalination Brines for the Production of Caustic Soda (NaOH). 12 NNadir Dec 17 Dec 27 0 779
John James Audubon and the natural history of a hoax 6 sl8 Dec 17 Dec 18 5 551
Yes, that's a monkey grinding on top of a deer 10 sl8 Dec 17 Dec 19 5 1027
Dwarf Planet Ceres' Bright Spots Suggest an Ancient Ocean 1 Judi Lynn Dec 16 Dec 17 4 329
What If Life On Earth Didn't Start On Earth? 24 Cattledog Dec 16 Dec 17 14 1448
Ticks Trapped in Amber Were Likely Sucking Dinosaur Blood. 0 Cattledog Dec 16 Dec 16 12 449
What Force Created These Bizarre Cubes in Antarctica's Ice? 3 Judi Lynn Dec 15 Dec 16 9 872
Star system has record eight exoplanets 4 nitpicker Dec 15 Dec 18 20 1354
No, Scientists Haven't Found a 512-Year-Old Greenland Shark 2 Judi Lynn Dec 14 Dec 15 7 544
New antbird species discovered in Peru 0 Judi Lynn Dec 14 Dec 14 3 243
Unusual 'Blob' of Hot Rock Found Beneath New England 2 Judi Lynn Dec 14 Dec 14 3 560
Wine glass size in England from 1700 to 2017: a measure of our time 2 sl8 Dec 14 Dec 14 3 720
Doing without dark energy: Mathematicians propose alternative explanation for cosmic acceleration 2 Jim__ Dec 14 Dec 14 14 483
Giant penguin Kumimanu biceae once reached human heights 1 shenmue Dec 13 Dec 13 6 576
Four more Galileo satellites enter space 1 nitpicker Dec 13 Dec 14 5 256
SpaceX doubles down on method for cheaper rocket launches 0 TexasTowelie Dec 13 Dec 13 6 251
Bundle Up And Catch The Geminid Meteor Shower This Week! (WHNT-TV0 3 eppur_se_muova Dec 12 Dec 14 5 354
Why We Can't Stop Seeing Zigzags in This Freaky Optical Illusion 2 Judi Lynn Dec 12 Dec 12 5 688
Fossil hunters find man-sized penguin on New Zealand beach 3 Eugene Dec 12 Dec 13 3 573
Pacific 'baby island' is natural lab to study Mars 0 nitpicker Dec 12 Dec 12 6 444
Breakthrough Listen Is Eavesdropping on Strange Interstellar Object 'Oumuamua 8 Judi Lynn Dec 11 Dec 18 15 1070
Six New Tiny Anteater Species FoundHiding in Plain Sight 3 Judi Lynn Dec 11 Dec 11 6 629
Nasa is holding a major press conference after its planet-hunting telescope made a new breakthrough 4 n2doc Dec 11 Dec 12 18 1201
Hyperlens crystal capable of viewing living cells in unprecedented detail 0 Jim__ Dec 11 Dec 11 19 610
Earth's Mysterious Hum Recorded Underwater for 1st Time 10 LongTomH Dec 11 Dec 19 11 693
Subway paleontology: LA construction unearths fossil trove 3 sl8 Dec 11 Dec 11 15 739
Black Holes Not As Powerful As Imagined 6 Judi Lynn Dec 10 Dec 12 8 737
Cave of the 'Mayan Underworld' Filled with Methane-Eating Creatures 4 Judi Lynn Dec 10 Dec 13 18 2396
Now, THIS is a very cool Ph.D thesis: Francesco Ricci and the origins of chirality. 15 NNadir Dec 9 Dec 24 2 1005
3,500-Year-Old Tombs Uncovered in Egypt. One Has a Mummy 0 Judi Lynn Dec 9 Dec 9 9 1086
Opportunity Rover Makes It Through Depths of 8th Martian Winter 2 Judi Lynn Dec 9 Dec 10 9 430
Largest Planetarium in the Western Hemisphere Ready to Amaze and Delight 1 Judi Lynn Dec 9 Dec 9 5 339
The Remarkable Thermal Stability of the MAX Phase Zr2Al4C5 0 NNadir Dec 9 Dec 9 2 381
Scientists use artificial intelligence to eavesdrop on dolphins 4 Judi Lynn Dec 9 Dec 9 3 340
Explainer: snowflakes 1 Judi Lynn Dec 8 Dec 9 7 461
CLAY MINERALS ON MARS MAY HAVE FORMED IN PRIMORDIAL STEAM BATH 0 Judi Lynn Dec 8 Dec 8 1 185
Astronomers Just Found a Second Super-Earth at a Star 111 Light Years Away 0 Judi Lynn Dec 8 Dec 8 5 307
New Jersey Is Now Home to the Western Hemisphere's Largest Planetarium 1 Judi Lynn Dec 8 Dec 9 3 368
AI-based Finding: Kepler Space Telescope Discovery to be Announced 1 Judi Lynn Dec 8 Dec 9 5 569
Turning Up Gene Expression to Treat Disease 0 sl8 Dec 8 Dec 8 1 263
Mountaintop planet hunter turns on 0 Judi Lynn Dec 7 Dec 7 10 530
Air-eating bacteria found in Antarctica 4 Judi Lynn Dec 7 Dec 10 28 3115
A starlight rainbow 0 Judi Lynn Dec 7 Dec 7 2 264
Oldest Monster Black Hole Ever Found Is 800 Million Times More Massive Than the Sun 2 Judi Lynn Dec 7 Dec 9 8 489
Early Earth Took a Heavy Beating After the Moon Was Formed 1 Judi Lynn Dec 7 Dec 7 8 416
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