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Welcome to the Science Group ! (Please read before posting) 0 eppur_se_muova Feb 2012 Jan 2012 6 3364
3D view of Arsia Mons, a huge volcano on Mars - from ISRO's Mars Orbiter Mission 1 Ichingcarpenter 3 hrs ago 1 hr ago 4 227
Phobos silhouetted against the Martian surface. Photo from the Mars Orbiter Mission spacecraft 11 Ichingcarpenter Yesterday 3 hrs ago 24 1076
Water once covered one-fifth of Mars, new research shows 9 Judi Lynn 14 hrs ago 10 hrs ago 15 270
'Extinct' Bird Rediscovered in Myanmar, Surprising Scientists 2 n2doc 12 hrs ago 11 hrs ago 16 338
Astronomers Saw The Same Star Explode Four Times In Four Places Because Of A Rare Cosmic Phenomenon 3 WillyT 15 hrs ago 12 hrs ago 13 315
The First Ever Photo Showing Light as Both a Particle and a Wave 11 progressoid Tuesday Yesterday 21 1798
You Look Hotter After 1 Drink, But Not 2 6 n2doc Wednesday Yesterday 0 276
Scientists 'delete' HIV virus from human DNA for the first time (Video) 1 Playinghardball Wednesday Wednesday 11 226
The Science of Why No One Agrees on the Color of This Dress 17 jakeXT Friday Wednesday 0 746
Homer Simpson predicts Mass of the Higgs Boson 9 n2doc Monday Wednesday 18 1700
A Symphony for Cats 3 n2doc Wednesday Wednesday 7 229
2015 U.S. Space Launch Manifest (Americaspace.com) 3 eppur_se_muova Tuesday Wednesday 2 120
Just add methane: Liquid water may not be required for strange new lifeforms 1 Judi Lynn Wednesday Wednesday 5 177
Penguins Rapidly Conquered New Zealand After Humans Ate Rivals 0 Judi Lynn Wednesday Wednesday 3 228
Graphene - The Musical 1 struggle4progress Tuesday Tuesday 2 195
Why It's So Hard For Americans To Talk About Science 12 eridani Friday Tuesday 3 337
NASA Hosts Events to Celebrate the 100th Anniversary of NACA (news release) 0 eppur_se_muova Tuesday Tuesday 1 101
NASA Spacecraft Nears Historic Dwarf Planet Arrival (NASA/JPL) 1 eppur_se_muova Tuesday Tuesday 3 175
Hyperloop Construction Starts Next Year With the First Full-Scale Track 5 n2doc Friday Tuesday 1 216
Big Bang, Deflated? Universe May Have Had No Beginning 11 yuiyoshida Sunday Tuesday 3 340
Does the Sun Have a Heart of Dark Matter? 3 n2doc Monday Monday 4 243
Rats May Be Exonerated in European Plague, Say Scientists With a Gerbil Theory 6 tencats Feb 24 Monday 2 239
Earth shots: this week's must-see planet pics 0 Panich52 Monday Monday 1 148
Another breathtaking view of Comet Lovejoy 0 Panich52 Monday Monday 6 180
Zombie outbreak? Hide in the Rockies 12 Panich52 Sunday Monday 5 368
SpaceX launches electric {ion propulsion} satellites (BBC) 0 eppur_se_muova Monday Monday 2 118
How do Phobos and Deimos look from Mars? 7 Panich52 Friday Monday 24 1930
First detailed microscopy evidence of bacteria at the lower size limit of life 1 Panich52 Sunday Sunday 10 230
The Dynamics of Possible Nuclear Extinction 2 bananas Sunday Sunday 3 212
Life 'not as we know it' possible on Saturn's moon Titan 2 Panich52 Sunday Sunday 2 171
Eugenie Clark dies at 92; Respected scientist swam with sharks 0 n2doc Sunday Sunday 4 95
American scientists in the 1920s actually wanted to conduct this horrifying, racist study 3 Judi Lynn Friday Saturday 1 380
This Will Be the World's Largest Plane 17 n2doc Feb 26 Saturday 19 2408
The dancing drop of water - video 2 Panich52 Saturday Saturday 2 226
News Flash: Asteroid Flying Past Earth Today Has Mini-Moon! 21 jakeXT Jan 27 Saturday 28 1408
The sea as abstract art 2 n2doc Friday Saturday 11 292
Bumblebees make false memories too 3 Panich52 Friday Saturday 2 173
The Curiosity robot confirms methane in Mars' atmosphere...life 0 Ichingcarpenter Saturday Saturday 10 280
Meet 2 New Spider Species: 'Skeletorus' and 'Sparklemuffin' 14 n2doc Friday Saturday 14 503
Chickadees Can Laugh At Winter’s Cold 0 Panich52 Friday Friday 9 363
Optical features embedded in marine shells may help develop responsive, transparent displays 0 Panich52 Friday Friday 2 156
Could squirmy livestock dent africa's protein deficit? 0 Panich52 Friday Friday 3 210
Logic-defying material figured out with mathematic model 0 Panich52 Friday Friday 4 258
Neurons that help predict what another individual will do 0 Panich52 Friday Friday 4 151
Saharan dust feeds Amazon rainforest, perfectly 0 Panich52 Friday Friday 2 155
Watch unusual comet sail past sun 0 Panich52 Friday Friday 1 193
A Brief History of the Speed of Light 0 MerryBlooms Friday Friday 1 197
Hubble Images a Dusty Galaxy, Home to an Exploding Star 1 n2doc Friday Friday 3 180
Cruithne: Earth's Other 'Moon' Could Reveal Mysteries Of The Solar System 3 Judi Lynn Friday Friday 3 326
Rare intact Roman tombstone found intact in England 2 Panich52 Friday Friday 10 346
California researcher accidentally discovered solution for color blindness 1 Panich52 Friday Friday 6 226
World's rarest big cat could be making a comeback 5 n2doc Feb 25 Friday 15 446
Research of plain wren duets could help further understand fundamentals of conversation 0 Judi Lynn Friday Friday 1 97
Why one science journal wants to publish failed studies 2 n2doc Friday Friday 9 256
Modeling Suspects' Faces Using DNA From Crime Scenes 0 Panich52 Friday Friday 1 181
Scientist Professor Vasily Bogoyavlensky has called for 'urgent' investigation of Siberian craters 7 tencats Feb 23 Friday 9 502
New Space Telescope Tech Could Be 1,000 Times Sharper Than Hubble 3 Judi Lynn Friday Friday 8 356
Watch desert dust cross the ocean as seen from space 4 n2doc Feb 25 Friday 13 1256
She came up with an invention to save 12 million people. Genius? Kinda. 0 eridani Friday Friday 7 334
Astronomers find a shockingly ancient black hole the size of 12 billion suns 23 jakeXT Feb 25 Friday 28 1026
Strange light patches on dwarf planet Ceres have scientists perplexed 13 n2doc Feb 26 Friday 16 502
Jimmy Carter's full statement that's on the Voyager Spacecraft 0 Ichingcarpenter Friday Friday 13 291
New insight found in black hole collisions 0 Judi Lynn Friday Friday 0 169
Stars found forming at Milky Way's outer edge 0 Judi Lynn Friday Friday 0 146
Whales Get Sunburned, Too  2 Panich52 Feb 25 Feb 26 3 216
Men have hands amputated and replaced with bionic ones 2 n2doc Feb 25 Feb 26 7 277
A bionic hand for $34,000 (surgery included) 2 DetlefK Feb 26 Feb 26 1 175
Hidden in plain sight: Amazonian bird chick mimics toxic caterpillar to avoid being eaten 4 Judi Lynn Feb 24 Feb 26 21 1469
'Unique' Roman tombstone found in Cirencester (BBC) 1 eppur_se_muova Feb 26 Feb 26 8 323
What on Earth? 8 PADemD Feb 24 Feb 26 1 478
Yellowstone: Geysers erupt periodically because they have loops in their plumbing 2 Panich52 Feb 25 Feb 25 1 178
Neuroscientists literally change the way we think: Advantages of a wandering mind 1 Panich52 Feb 25 Feb 25 3 296
Odd Hippo Ancestry Includes Whales, Camels: Photos 0 Panich52 Feb 25 Feb 25 2 161
Climate-change clues from turtles of tropical Wyoming 1 Panich52 Feb 25 Feb 25 1 172
Why a latte is less likely to spill than a coffee - & impt to transport of volitiles 0 Panich52 Feb 25 Feb 25 1 176
Lenticular clouds look like UFOs 2 Panich52 Feb 23 Feb 25 7 317
Tissue engineering: Scientists grow leg muscle from cells in a dish 0 Panich52 Feb 25 Feb 25 1 90
Bionic reconstruction lets patients use a robotic prosthetic hand controlled by the mind 0 Panich52 Feb 25 Feb 25 2 93
Chinese rocket breaks up in northern lights (VIDEOS)| Earth | EarthSky 0 Panich52 Feb 25 Feb 25 1 191
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