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Homo naledi may have joined the group of ancient hominids who built controlled fires, presumably for light or warmth, new finds hint.
The detailed simulation shows the cosmos changing from a dark, featureless gas to a web of stars and galaxies radiating light.
At least half of the roughly 120 known T. rex fossils are owned privately and not available to the public. “Maximus” may join them.
Natovenator polydontus may have been adapted for life in the water, challenging the popular idea that all dinos were landlubbers.
Space agencies are preparing to send the next generation of astronauts to the moon and beyond. Here’s how the next crews will be different from the last ones.
A geophysicist with the U.S. Geological Survey answers questions about the recent eruption of the world's largest active volcano.
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