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Asteroids could have delivered water to the early Earth
SCIENCE-NEWS VIDEO Shooting mineral pellets at a simulated planet suggests an impact wouldn’t have boiled all of an asteroid’s water away. 17 minutes
Spooky quantum entanglement goes big in new experiments
SCIENCE-NEWS Scientists entangled the motions of two jiggling devices that are visible with a magnifying glass or even the naked eye — if you have keen vision. 58 minutes
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Closing the gender gap in some science fields may take over 100 years
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NASA’s TESS spacecraft launches to begin its exoplanet search
SCIENCE-NEWS After reaching its orbit in about two months, the telescope will start scanning nearby stars telltale dips in light that signal a passing planet. 7 days
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