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  1. NASA Image Hubble Uncovers a Celestial Fossil

    This densely populated group of stars is the globular cluster NGC 1841, which is part of the Large Magellanic Cloud (LMC), a satellite galaxy of our Milky Way galaxy that lies about 162,000...
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    NASA Image Odysseus Lands on the Moon

    Following a launch on Feb. 15, Intuitive Machines’ Odysseus lander touched down in the Moon’s south polar region on Feb. 22 and has since transmitted valuable scientific data back to Earth.

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  3. NASA Image Atmospheric Science Branch Chief Dr. Charles Gatebe

    "Anyone you see on the streets, their color or background doesn't matter; we all come into this world the same way. You're equipped with skills, so find your passion and go for it." – Dr. Charles...
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    NASA Image A Splash of Pink

    A female (left) and a male roseate spoonbill get together near the tall grasses at the edge of a pond in the Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge, northwest of Kennedy Space Center in Florida....
  5. NASA Image NASA, Partners Test Artemis II Recovery Procedures

    Members of NASA’s Exploration Ground System’s Landing and Recovery team and partners from the Department of Defense aboard the USS San Diego practice recovery procedures during Underway Recovery Test...
  6. NASA Image Hubble Views an Active Star-Forming Galaxy

    This NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope image features IC 3476, a dwarf galaxy that lies about 54 million light-years from Earth in the constellation Coma Berenices. While this image does not look very...
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    The Industrial Designer behind the N95 Mask

    Sara Little Turnbull used materials science to invent and design products for the modern world


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  8. Stunning Comet Could Photobomb This April's Total Solar Eclipse

    Comet 12P/Pons-Brooks will make its closest approach to the sun this April—right after North America is treated to a total solar eclipse


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  9. An Evolutionary 'Big Bang' Explains Why Snakes Come in So Many Strange Varieties

    Snakes saw a burst of adaptation about 128 million years ago that led to them exploding in diversity and evolving up to three times faster than lizards


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  10. JWST Is Tracking Down the Cosmic Origins of Earth's Water

    New observations from the James Webb Space Telescope are exposing the pathways that water takes to reach terrestrial planets


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  11. First Commercial Moon Landing Returns U.S. to Lunar Surface

    Intuitive Machines’ IM-1 mission is the first U.S. soft landing on the moon since Apollo 17. It’s also a sign of private industry’s growing role in space


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  12. Flimsy Antiabortion Studies Cited in Case to Ban Mifepristone Are Retracted

    Outside experts found that two studies cited in a federal case on medication abortion had serious design problems and that their authors had undisclosed conflicts of interest


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    Why Do We Have a Leap Year Anyway?

    Without adding an extra day to February every four years, our calendar would get increasingly out of sync with the cosmos


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  14. JWST Solves Decades-Old Mystery of Nearby Supernova

    Scientists have finally found the compact object at the heart of the famous supernova of 1987, and it’s not a black hole


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    NASA Image Shanghai from Space

    The city lights of Shanghai, the most populous city in China with a population of about 24.9 million, and the Huangpu River flowing through downtown, are pictured from the International Space Station...
  16. Why Writing by Hand Is Better for Memory and Learning

    Engaging the fine motor system to produce letters by hand has positive effects on learning and memory


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    NASA Image Studying Arctic Ice

    On July 12, 2011, crew from the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Healy retrieved a canister dropped by parachute from a C-130, which brought supplies for some mid-mission fixes. The ICESCAPE, or "Impacts of...
  18. People with Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome May Have an "Exhausted

    A long-awaited study of people with ME/CFS revealed differences in their immune and nervous system. The findings may offer clues about long COVID


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  19. Virtual Bar Scenes Are a New Tool to Study Why People Commit Crimes in the Heat of th

    Virtual-reality could assist researchers in decoding how emotions spur a decision to commit a crime


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  20. Sculptures about to Land on the Moon Join a Long History of Lunar Art

    A lunar lander nicknamed Odie carries 125 small moon sculptures by artist Jeff Koons that could become the first authorized artwork on the moon


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  21. Chimpanzees and Bonobos Have Surprisingly Different Parenting Styles

    Chimpanzee “helicopter moms” often protect their offspring from bullies, but bonobo moms are more hands-off


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  22. The Sophisticated Threads behind a Hat That Senses Traffic Lights

    A new technique to make electronic fibers could help solve wearable technology’s flexibility problem


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  23. What Apple's New Vision Pro Headset Might Do to Our Brain

    The release of Apple’s mixed-reality headset raises questions about hours spent in a virtual replacement of our world


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  24. Una temporada de incendios sin precedentes arrasa uno de los puntos calientes de biod

    En Colombia han ardido más de 500 incendios, incluso en sus delicados y únicos humedales del altiplano, uno de los ecosistemas de más rápida evolución de la Tierra...
  25. NASA Image Deputy Program Manager Dr. Camille Alleyne

    "You must have grit, resilience, courage, and strength. I'm able to really share all the wisdom and the lessons I've learned throughout my career with [the students I mentor], and that makes a...
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