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In this dramatic opening to Martha Wells' All Systems Red, the latest pick for the New Scientist Book Club, we are introduced ...
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The aim to limit global warming to 1.5°C is based on long-term average temperatures, but analysis shows that if three years ...
The European Space Agency’s Euclid space telescope has taken images of galaxies, galaxy clusters and newborn stars in ...
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Male mice injected with a molecule that affects sperm movement were temporarily unable to impregnate a female, showing ...
A nearby planet named Gliese 12 b has an estimated surface temperature of 42°C (108°F), making it a promising candidate for ...
This year’s Atlantic hurricane season will bring between 17 and 25 named tropical storms, including as many as seven major ...
Subatomic particles can appear to instantly influence one another, no matter how far apart they are. These days, that isn't a ...
The warm El Niño pattern in the Pacific Ocean combined with global warming and other factors to create the hottest year on ...