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Massive 1200-Pound Great White Shark Spotted in the Gulf, and She's Not the Only One -
Massive 1200-Pound Great White Shark Spotted in the Gulf, and She's Not the Only One

An interstellar meteor, Crusader DNA and water on the moon: This week in space and science - CNN
This week, scientists discovered the interstellar origins of a meteor that crashed into Earth in 2014, and DNA was extracted from the bones of 13th-century soldiers who fought in the Crusades.

Drone discovers a Hawaiian plant that was thought to be extinct - Mashable
Drone technology is very useful for researchers hoping to explore unspoiled locations.

Planet-hunting satellite discovers its first Earth-sized planet - Digital Trends
NASA's planet hunting satellite, the Transiting Exoplanets Survey Satellite (TESS), has made a new discovery in the depths of space. Last month, TESS discovered its first exoplanet. And now it has achieved another milestone, locating its first Earth-sized pla…

When to look up for the Lyrid meteor shower - FOX 31 Denver
DENVER -- The annual Lyrid meteor shower will peak on Tuesday morning, but keep your eyes on the sky over the weekend as well. There hasn't been a meteor shower to light up the sky since early January, and this one will be visible around the globe. The mo…

Space Photos of the Week: Mooooooon Shadow, Moon Shadow - WIRED
Plus a Martian crater, a nebula in transition, and a glorious cluster.

AI may help develop clean, limitless fusion energy - THE WEEK
Researchers apply deep learning AI to forecast disruptions to fusion reactors

The moment I came face to face with a polar bear - The Telegraph
Nothing quite prepares you for the moment you find yourself face to face with a polar bear.

Battle to save frogs from global killer disease - The Guardian
Amphibians are under attack from multiple pathogens, say experts

We're altering the climate so severely that we'll soon face apocalyptic consequences. Here are 9 last-ditch ways we could hack the planet to reverse that trend. - Business Insider
Geoengineering technology — ways to capture carbon or reflect sunlight from the atmosphere — might become the key to keeping the planet cool.

Hubble Captures Stunning Image Of Southern Crab Nebula For Its 29th Anniversary - Tech Times
To celebrate the 29th anniversary of the launch of Hubble Space Telescope, NASA and ESA released a stunning photo taken by the space telescope. Hubble launched aboard the space shuttle Discovery in 1990.

A Mars Colony Could Be Humanity's First Shot at a Ground-Up, Pure Economy - Inverse
A city on Mars could provide a blank slate for a new economy. Its first settlers may try to establish a socialist society, or they could prioritize a city with limited oversight. The dusty red surface provides a history-free moment to start anew, says Matt We…

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