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US astronauts complete first all-women spacewalk

US astronauts Christina Koch and Jessica Meir made history after completing the first all-women spacewalk. They spent over seven hours…

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600M-year-old ice age caused ‘Snowball Earth,’ radically changing planet’s climate

Researchers have discovered a massive ice age more than 600 million years ago radically altered the planet’s climate, resulting in…

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Down to Earth: Astronauts safely return after a space mission

ZHEZKAZGAN, Kazakhstan (AP) — An American, a Russian and the first person from the United Arab Emirates to fly into…

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One million people could live on Mars – as long as they don’t mind eating insects

When humans move to Mars, they don’t be able to enjoy restaurants like Nando’s or Egg Slut that we Earthlubbers…

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International Space Agencies Are Going to Smash a Spacecraft Into an Asteroid

The time has come. We’re going to smash a spacecraft into an asteroid. The asteroid is Didymos B, the smaller…

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Teens pledge not to have kids until action taken on climate

Teenagers have been bursting into the conversation surrounding — passionately advocating for the planet and their future living on it.…

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Germany’s Merkel faces decisive week on climate protection

BERLIN (AP) — Germany faces a decisive week in its efforts to combat climate change, with Chancellor Angela Merkel pledging…

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Psychologists Reveal What People Really Think About Your Selfies

No matter how good you think you look, there’s something about posting a selfie that might frame you in a…

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The Amazon rainforest is still on fire: What’s happening and how you can help

The Amazon rainforest is burning at a record rate. Earlier this month, Brazil declared a state of emergency over the…

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How teen Greta Thunberg went from solitary climate change protester to icon

LAUSANNE, Switzerland ⁠— Staring through a swarm of photographers and television crews, self-described introvert Greta Thunberg took the stage at…

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Revealed: The Face of One of Scotland’s Oldest Druids, Who Lived to Double the Normal Life Expectancy

The face of one of Scotland’s oldest druids has been revealed. The woman, who has been nicknamed Hilda, was about…

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Archaeologists find evidence of Babylonian conquest of Jerusalem — as told in the Bible

Archaeologists excavating on Mount Zion in Jerusalem have uncovered evidence of the Babylonian conquest of the city, appearing to confirm…

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