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A basketball-sized rock hit the moon during the last lunar eclipse

Thousands of people were watching the total lunar eclipse on January 21 when something suddenly smacked into the moon, creating ...
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What FamilyTreeDNA sharing genetic data with police means for you

A popular at-home DNA testing company has announced that it is allowing police to search its database of genetic data ...
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Shutdown aside, Joshua trees live an odd life

A year when vandals trashed a Joshua tree in a national park during a U.S. government shutdown is a good ...
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Lunar Lander Reports Colder-Than-Expected Temps

China is in the middle of a multi-part mission to explore the moon with unmanned landers, the most recent of which is ...
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NASA Study: Moon Is Made of Material From Earth, Not Theia

Some 4.5 billion years ago, a Mars-sized rock is theorized to have collided with the proto-Earth. The collision is one ...
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Artificial intelligence is learning not to be so literal

Artificial intelligence is starting to learn how to read between the lines. AI systems are generally good at responding to ...
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Laser light can contain intricate, beautiful fractals

Fractals commonly show up in nature, from spiral-shaped seashells to heads of cauliflower. Now physicists have found these complex, self-repeating ...
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Scientists control rat cyborgs using a human brain

Scientists have developed a system in which a human can control a rat’s movements using their mind, connecting a human ...
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Gig Workers Unknowingly Helped Google and the Pentagon Build AI for Drones: Report

The future of artificial intelligence and war sounds dizzyingly high-tech, but that’s not always the case. The truth, for at ...
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