Elusive 'Electron Crystal' Phenomenon Directly Imaged For First Time Ever
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Elusive 'Electron Crystal' Phenomenon Directly Imaged For First Time Ever

The first ever photograph of a Wigner Crystal, a bizarre honeycomb-pattern material that is entirely made of electrons, has been taken by physicists.
Five Things to Know About NASA’s Lunar Rover ‘VIPER’
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Five Things to Know About NASA’s Lunar Rover ‘VIPER’

Corryn Wetzel Daily Correspondent VIPER, the Volatiles Investigating Polar Exploration Rover, is heading to the moon's south pole in 2023 to look for
A Huge Subterranean ‘Tree’ Is Moving Magma to Earth’s Surface
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A Huge Subterranean ‘Tree’ Is Moving Magma to Earth’s Surface

Content Runion is a French island located in the western Indian Ocean. It looks like a marshmallow hovering over the blowtorch's business end. It is
Scientists Think They Know How These Peculiar Stone Patterns Form in Frozen Landscapes
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Scientists Think They Know How These Peculiar Stone Patterns Form in Frozen Landscapes

Certain patterns of stones can form in frosty, rocky landscapes. This new study shows that needle ice spikes are groundwater-based ice spikes that
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ICYMI: Everything you need to know about Microsoft’s new Surface devices

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Microsoft Surface Laptop Studio review: back to the drawing board
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Microsoft Surface Laptop Studio review: back to the drawing board

Microsoft's Surface Laptop Studio is both familiar yet unique. You won't be able to tell the difference if you don't look closely enough. It looks
Highly porous rocks are responsible for asteroid Bennu's surprisingly craggy surface
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Highly porous rocks are responsible for asteroid Bennu's surprisingly craggy surface

OSIRIS-REx mission researchers thought that sampling Bennu would be similar to walking on the beach. However, the unusually rocky surface proved more
Biodiversity’s Greatest Protectors Need Protection
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Biodiversity’s Greatest Protectors Need Protection

The creation of Yellowstone, Sequoia, and Yosemite in the late 19th-century was a first step towards the establishment of great U.S. National Parks.
Life on Venus may have only been possible for its first billion years
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Life on Venus may have only been possible for its first billion years

Composite image of Venus created with data from NASA's Magellan spacecraft, Pioneer Venus Orbiter NASA/JPL–Caltech Although Venus was habitable for a
The deepest canyons on Mars were rapidly formed by devastating floods
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The deepest canyons on Mars were rapidly formed by devastating floods

It is possible that some channels formed quickly during NASA floods. Floods might have been more important than we think on ancient Mars. You can