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Today β€” November 20th 2019Your RSS feeds

One Thing You Can Do: Know Your Climate Facts

By Susan Shain and Esther Horvath

Also this week, guarding Arctic researchers from polar bears

Watch Bees Surf to Safety on Waves They Create

By Emma Goldberg

When honeybees fall into water, they generate their own ripples, then glide to dry land, a study found.

Yesterday β€” November 19th 2019Your RSS feeds

'Possibility of life': scientists map Saturn's exotic moon Titan

Scientists on Monday unveiled the first global geological map of Saturn's moon Titan including vast plains and dunes of frozen organic material and lakes of liquid methane, illuminating an exotic world considered a strong candidate in the search for life beyond Earth.

Spacecom's Amos-17 satellite completes test, reaches final orbit

Israel's Space Communications said on Monday its Amos-17 communication satellite, which was launched into space in August, has completed its in-orbit testing and reached its final position.

Japan space probe on its way back after asteroid mission

A Japanese space probe is heading home from an asteroid 250 million km (155 million miles) from Earth after collecting sub-surface samples that could help scientists seeking the origins of life, Japan's space agency said on Monday.

In the Race to Live on Land, Lichens Didn’t Beat Plants

By JoAnna Klein

A study’s findings add to the case that lichens, which dominate about 7 percent of the planet’s surface, most likely made their way to land some 100 million years after ferns and other vascular plants.

Judge Denies DNA Testing in Case of a Man Executed 13 Years Ago

By Jim Dwyer

Sedley Alley went to his death based on scant physical evidence and a confession he said had been coerced. His daughter wants to know if he really was guilty.

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Watch Bees Surf to Safety on Waves They Create

By Emma Goldberg

When honeybees fall into water, they generate their own ripples, then glide to dry land, a study found.

Watch Bees Surf to Safety on Waves They Create

By Emma Goldberg

When honeybees fall into water, they generate their own ripples, then glide to dry land, a study found.

Watch Bees Surf to Safety on Waves They Create

By Emma Goldberg

When honeybees fall into water, they generate their own ripples, then glide to dry land, a study found.

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