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See 7 Jaw-Dropping New Photos Of Jupiter Taken This Week By NASA’s Junoin Science, /science, Innovation, /innovation, Science, /science, science, science
The now iconic spacecraft’s 35th three-hour flyby of Jupiter comes close to the 10th anniversary of its launch. Here are the best and newest phots from its JunoCam imager.
3-Million-Year-Old ‘Nutcracker-Man’ Likely Didn’t Like Nuts At Allin Science, /science, Innovation, /innovation, Science, /science, Innovation, Science
A study of more than 20,000 teeth of fossil and living primates debunks a long-held belief about our ancestors' eating habits.
Current UAP Debate Could Use An Injection Of Common Sensein Science, /science, Innovation, /innovation, Science, /science, innovation, science
Don’t expect the most recent debate over so-called unexplained aerial phenomena (UAP) in our skies to reach any sort of consensus or logical conclusion.
In Photos: Full ‘Buck Moon’ Dazzles, Aligns With Giant Planets And Sets-Up A ‘Blue Moon’ Momentin Science, /science, Innovation, /innovation, Science, /science, science, science
The second full Moon of summer captured by photographers around the world as our satellite aligned with Saturn and Jupiter.
The Plague Kills 10-Year-Old Child In Coloradoin Health, /health, Innovation, /innovation, Health, /health, Science, /science, business, pharma
The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment is investigating plague (Yersinia pestis) activity.