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Get the MACH newsletter. SUBSCRIBE Americans take tap water for granted. We tend to assume we can have all the potable water we want with the twist of ...
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A full motion simulator in the redesigned Astronaut Training Experience (ATX) program.  (Kennedy Space Center/NASA) The first manned ‘mission’ to Mars is leaving sooner than you thought. Officials ...
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Get the MACH newsletter. SUBSCRIBE As the latest installment of the “Star Wars” saga hits theaters this week, audiences will once again journey into a futuristic world of ...
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This illustration provided by Gerald Mayr shows the sizes of an ancient giant penguin Kumimanu biceae and a human being.  (AP/Senckenberg Research Institute) Fossils from New Zealand have ...
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Ticks bugged dinosaurs 100 million years ago, new evidence shows. Scientists have found the bodies of ticks preserved in amber, some stuck to dinosaur feathers, and one engorged ...
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Worldwide UFO sightings hit all-time high According to data from the National UFO Reporting Center, UFO sightings around the world have reached an all-time high. Statistics show individuals ...
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Paleontologist Ashley Leger shows the skull of a young Columbian mammoth found at the construction site of the Metro Purple Line extension in Los Angeles.  (AP) The fossilized ...
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Two small ancient tombs dating back 3,500 years were discovered in the ancient capital of the Egyptian Empire. Archaeologists discovered the tombs in the southern city of Luxor, ...
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For the first and only time in 2017, a visible supermoon will illuminate the sky starting Sunday night. The supermoon will seem 7 percent bigger and 16 percent ...
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The virtually complete Australopithecus fossil “Little Foot” is displayed at the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, South Africa, Wednesday, Dec. 6, 2017. Researchers in South Africa have ...
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