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James Webb Reveals the ‘Bones’ of Galaxy Also Captured by Hubble

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The Stolen Babies of Spain

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Elastic, robotic generators open up strange new energy capture ideas

The Secret Microscope That Sparked a Scientific Revolution

Plants evolved even earlier than we thought, exquisite 3D fossils suggest

The Great Bluff: How the Ukrainians Outwitted Putin’s Army

ATLAS observations of the DART spacecraft impact at Didymos

Scientists finally find a way to recycle plastic indefinitely

Artificial intelligence reduces a 100,000-equation quantum physics problem to only four equations

NASA Smashes Into an Asteroid, Completing a Mission to Save a Future Day

A mysterious voice is haunting American Airlines’ in-flight announcements and nobody knows how

Nikola Tesla Made an X-Ray of His Own Foot With a Machine He Designed in 1896

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The Discovery of 7,200-Year-Old Cheese and Other Ancient Food and Drink

Jean-François Champollion Deciphers the Rosetta Stone

Physicists Rewrite a Quantum Rule That Clashes With Our Universe

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The Origin Story of Pythagoras and His Cult Followers

Tutankhamun’s burial chamber may contain door to Nefertiti’s tomb

The ancient remains of Great Zimbabwe

Target Venus not Mars for first crewed mission to another planet, experts say

The Golden Age of Neon

How to Watch NASA’s DART Spacecraft Slam Into an Asteroid

New glow-in-the-dark material can track path of drugs through the human body

Jaw-dropping Jupiter photo made of 600,000 images, photographer says

Philadelphia’s Diatom Archive Is a Way, Way, Wayback Machine

Tiny swimming robots treat deadly pneumonia in mice

A 3,000-year-old canoe has been discovered in a Wisconsin lake: “Truly incredible”

When an octopus kills, it is stealthy and calculating

Secret life of Gerald: the New Zealand MP who spent a lifetime crafting a vast imaginary world

How America Saw Vincent van Gogh

The ‘super-deep’ royal diamonds revealing Earth’s secrets

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