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Why Is the Sky Blue?

All News. Sort by Published at Most Viewed. July 09, Ancient humans used the moon as a calendar in the sky.

A mysterious coral disease is ravaging Caribbean reefs. Science Visualized. A hour MRI scan captured the most detailed look yet at a whole human brain. July 08, Ground beetle genitals have the genetic ability to get strange. Society Update.

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Recent articles from Science News for Students. Moonlight shapes how some animals move, grow and even sing. July 05, The largest seaweed bloom ever detected spanned the Atlantic in July 04, News in Brief. Ancient DNA reveals the origins of the Philistines. July 03, Rogue immune cells can infiltrate old brains. Conversations with Maya: Moon Duchin.

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Why some insect eggs are spherical while others look like hot dogs. East Asians may have been reshaping their skulls 12, years ago. July 02, This brain region may be why some robots send chills down your spine. Conversations with Maya: Thomas Rosenbaum. Vision cells can pull double duty in the brain, detecting both color and shape.

July 01, CO 2 emissions are on track to take us beyond 1. June 30, A scientist weighs in. June 28, Latest claim of turning hydrogen into a metal may be the most solid yet. The earliest known galaxy merger occurred shortly after the Big Bang.


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June 27, In a first, telescopes tracked a lone fast radio burst to a faraway galaxy. The latest stories from Science News for Students. Some ancient crocodiles may have chomped on plants instead of meat. Antioxidants may encourage the spread of lung cancer rather than prevent it.


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DNA reveals a European Neandertal lineage that lasted 80, years. June 26, Signs of the color blue have been found in a fossil for the first time. June 25, These fungi drug cicadas with psilocybin or amphetamine to make them mate nonstop. A new algorithm finds nearby stars that could host hidden worlds. Dried Earth microbes could grow on Mars with just a little humidity. Gilbert Cruz of Entertainment Weekly called the book "half an account of Ken's life-halting obsession with reconstructing his mythical older brother and half the biography that David always expected as a soon-to-be-famous author.

This book is an act of love, but it is also an expression of the power of sibling rivalry. The technicalities of the story — the crash, the trial of the Libyans 10 years later - are handled with a reporter's precision. But more than anything else, Ken Dornstein is a wonderful writer. His brother David wanted to be a great writer. He died too soon for us to know if he ever would have been. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

First hardcover edition. New York Times. Retrieved 24 January The Telegraph. Retrieved 25 January Entertainment Weekly.

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