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Scientists have confirmed a cave on the moon that could be used to shelter future explorers

Scientists have confirmed a cave on the moon, not far from where Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin landed 55 years ago More »


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Webb Space Telescope's latest cosmic shot shows pair of intertwined galaxies glowing in infrared

The Webb Space Telescope has captured a pair of intertwined galaxies glowing in the infrared More »


Astronauts confident Boeing space capsule can safely return them to Earth, despite failures

Two astronauts who should have been back on Earth weeks ago say they're confident that Boeing's space capsule can return them safely More »


World’s rarest whale may have washed up on New Zealand beach, possibly shedding clues on species

Spade-toothed whales are the world’s rarest, with no live sightings ever recorded More »


The first Titanic voyage in 14 years is happening in the wake of submersible tragedy. Hopes are high

The company that owns the salvage rights to the Titanic is undertaking its first expedition to the ship's wreckage in 14 years More »


SpaceX rocket accident leaves company's Starlink satellites in wrong orbit

A SpaceX rocket has failed for the first time in nearly a decade, leaving the company's internet satellites in the wrong orbit More »


World's first hydrogen-powered commercial ferry to run on San Francisco Bay, and it's free to ride

The first hydrogen-powered ferry to operate commercially anywhere in the world is set to begin transporting passengers on San Francisco Bay More »


Just a Category 1 hurricane? Don't be fooled by a number — it could be more devastating than a Cat 5

Former Federal Emergency Management Director Craig Fugate has some advice for people following storms: Don't judge their severity on how big a number they've been assigned More »


Fossils show huge salamanderlike predator with sharp fangs existed before the dinosaurs

Scientists have identified a giant salamanderlike predator with sharp fangs that likely ruled waters 280 million years ago More »


Yes, some animals can have babies without a mate. Here's how

A snake in the U.K. has drawn attention to the ability of some female species to reproduce without a mate More »


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