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An analysis of radioactive chemicals in ice cores indicates one of the most powerful solar storms ever hit Earth around 7176 B.C.
Scientists brave one of the coldest places on Earth, and it's well worth it.
The results could warrant further research into how enzymes function in space.
In this episode of Inside Science Conversations, Phil Skiba discusses how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected athletes and front-line workers.
Scientists found that squirrels extract nitrogen from their urea to make proteins.
Why we sometimes see the moon and the sun at the same time.
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