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An ornate four-wheeled chariot of iron, bronze and wood that archaeologists think was drawn by a team of horses in processions through Pompeii almost 2,000... [Read More]
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Researchers discover a new state of active matter. [Read More]
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The actress's health advice is notoriously terrible. [Read More]
Sprites and jets are fleeting atmospheric phenomena, hard enough to witness, let alone photograph. But a new image from an observatory in Hawaii captures both a... [Read More]
The vaccine is the third authorized for emergency use in the U.S. [Read More]
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A giant iceberg, more than 20 times the size of Manhattan, just split off from Antarctica's Brunt Ice Shelf. [Read More]
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It's hard to compete against teenage tyrannosaurs. [Read More]
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Wee dots show where the rover and spacecraft parts hit the ground. [Read More]
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Fishers may be turning to piracy to make up for a loss of income. [Read More]
Scientists using a new technique have uncovered the colorful and once-hidden scenes in paintings of the ancient Etruscans, a group of people who flourished on... [Read More]
Anyone care for an early-morning moon watching? [Read More]
"Not Australia's answer to the yeti, but a sheep." [Read More]
Scientists can't agree on why these hills in the Russian Arctic ripple with stripes. [Read More]
The variant, dubbed B.1.526, is on the rise in the city. [Read More]
A new study suggests one reason why SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, is much more transmissible. [Read More]
The encounters left frogs absolutely gutted. [Read More]
It only blooms for 12 hours every year. [Read More]
later known as the "Elgin Marbles or Parthenon Marbles. These spectacular sculptures... [Read More]
Why so late, little neutrino? [Read More]
These viruses invade gut bacteria, but what they do is still a mystery. [Read More]
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