The Eagle Nebula in Mapped Color
Giant low-frequency sensor system on track to probe the birth of the first stars.
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"Lost" music gets found all the time: Bands keep demos locked up in storage, original pressings are stumbled upon during spring cleaning at a recording studio. Here are five key pieces of "lost" music recovered last year.
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The fascinating thing about evolution is how it finds infinite ways for creatures to be badass. But equally amazing is how creatures find a way to survive and thrive even with laughable and obvious design defects.
Video of 25,000 Christmas lights flashing to Pomplamoose's remix of Angry Birds' theme song. Simply amazing!
The answer to one of the most exciting questions in particle physics seems almost close enough to touch: Scientists have observed first signs of the Higgs boson and now believe that they will soon be able to prove the existence of the elementary part...
Explosive decompression: what happens if you expose a human to vacuum without a space suit?
1957 Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa Prototype. Photos by Pawel Litwinski © 2011 Courtesy of Gooding & Company.
Researchers at Purdue University have created an electric wire etched in silicon that's only four atoms wide and one atom tall, but carries a current as well as copper.
World's thinnest wire a quantum leap forward
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