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Prior its eradication in 1980, smallpox killed hundreds of millions of people globally.
The InSight Lander has been listening for marsquakes since December.
Greenland's ice sheet has undergone a stunning reversal in the last 46 years, as a meticulous new study documents.
This tiny, cool star produced a powerful superflare.
Is the moon all it's cracked up to be?
A new study suggests that high levels of body fat may affect the brain's structure.
The partial skeleton of a baby Tyrannosaurus rex is for sale on eBay for nearly $3 million. Paleontologists are furious about it.
This cutie pie may be wild but the ringtail cat sometimes acts like Fluffy. It will lick its forepaw, then use that forepaw to wipe and clean its ears, face and snout.
The fungus among astronauts.
The human beard is germier than dog fur.
The Force is (super) strong with these quarks.
Here’s one explanation for why Earth’s magnetic field undergoes weird geomagnetic jerks every decade or so.
SpaceX tested the escape system on its Crew Dragon capsule. Smoke from the failure was visible for miles.
Deforestation in Peru's Madre de Dios region is escalating at an alarming rate.
Springtime stargazers are in for a treat; the Lyrid meteor shower will peak in a dazzling show tonight and early tomorrow morning (April 22-23).
Pinning down the ring system's age has profound implications for the entire Saturnian system.
Tens of thousands of artifacts and the remains of 28 human bodies reveal details of a massacre in the village of Nunalleq.
Archaeologists have uncovered a 350-year-old massacre in Alaska that occurred during a war that may have started over a dart game.
An endearing animation presents some unusual and marvelous creatures.
You win, or you get eaten.