This Software Aims to Make Your Flight Smoother—and Help the Planet
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This Software Aims to Make Your Flight Smoother—and Help the Planet

You can buckle your seat belt and know that your flight is on its route to its destination. Waiting for your flight to takeoff is not a pleasant
Astronaut Captures Jaw-Dropping Photo of Aurora Blazing Gloriously Above Earth
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Astronaut Captures Jaw-Dropping Photo of Aurora Blazing Gloriously Above Earth

The International Space Station astronauts see amazing views of Earth every single day. But one phenomenon never ceases to amaze them: the aurora.
What Happens to Interstellar Objects Captured by the Solar System?
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What Happens to Interstellar Objects Captured by the Solar System?

Scientists are eager to learn more about interstellar objects (ISOs), now that they have visited our Solar System. What is the best way to capture
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Expensive housing is the reason the planet is burning, the rich are getting richer, and women are choosing to have fewer children

Rising home prices are contributing the greatest economic crisis of the 21st Century. The housing affordability crisis has exacerbated inequality,
Mars Was Too Small to Ever be Habitable
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Mars Was Too Small to Ever be Habitable

Water and Mars. These words can set off a torrent of speculations, evidence, hypotheses and theories. Mars does have some water, but it is frozen
Cloud-spotting on a distant exoplanet
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Cloud-spotting on a distant exoplanet

Some elements that make WASP-127b special, compared to the planets in our Solar System. Credit: David Ehrenreich/Universit de Genve, Romain
Harvard Study: Melting Polar Ice Is Physically Warping the Planet
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Harvard Study: Melting Polar Ice Is Physically Warping the Planet

The crust appears to shift for hundreds of miles as ice melts. Elastic Earth Rising temperatures are melting Arctic ice at an alarming pace, and the
Asteroid three times the size of the Statue of Liberty will zoom past Earth on fall equinox
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Asteroid three times the size of the Statue of Liberty will zoom past Earth on fall equinox

Wednesday, September 22nd, will see the Earth experience 12 hours of daylight and 12 hours of darkness. A renegade space rock of about three times
Asteroid three times the size of the Statue of Liberty will zoom past Earth on fall equinox
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Asteroid three times the size of the Statue of Liberty will zoom past Earth on fall equinox

Wednesday, September 22nd, will see the Earth experience 12 hours of daylight and 12 hours of darkness. A renegade space rock of about three times
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Jane Goodall's New Effort to Plant Trees and Restore Forests

Earth, seen from space, is stunning and vibrant. It has majestic mountains, green forests, and blue waters. It is a stunning, inspiring display of