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How Did Venus Get So Hot?

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Venus has often been described as Earth’s twin, but really it’s the evil twin. With surface temperatures reaching over 800 degrees Fahrenheit and sulfuric acid rain, it’s not really an ideal world for...well...
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How to Visit CERN

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Of all the research institutes in the world, CERN just might have the biggest international reputation. It serves as a testament to what happens when countries come together to advance science. Spanning...
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Best TV Shows for Science Geeks

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Science, without a doubt, rules. Or at least, that’s what those of us who grew up with Bill Nye the Science Guy learned when we were young. Science opens up the possibilities and lets us see the world for...
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How to Teach Yourself Astronomy

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We spend most of our lives only thinking Earth thoughts. What do I want to be when I grow up? Where will I live? What do I want to eat for breakfast? This isn’t surprising, given that we’ve created such...
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How SETI Started

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For much of mankind’s history, we’ve believed that we’re the only ones out here in this vast universe. The idea that there could be other forms of life far away from our little corner seemed absurd; the stuff...
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How Rockets Have Evolved

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From the wheel to the cotton gin, there have been dozens of inventions over the decades that have changed humankind for good. One that has propelled us to new heights, both literally and figuratively, is the...
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How to Think Like a Scientist

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If you’re a fan of the scientific method, you probably rely on scientists to be able to interpret data and come to the conclusions that not only matter, but make sense. But why can’t we be the ones to draw...
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How to Eat Like an Astronaut

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Life in space is pretty similar to life on Earth, other than the lack of gravity, the need for constant exercise to avoid bone decay, artificial atmosphere, and one heck of a view. Okay, so maybe it isn’t all...
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How to Train Like an Astronaut

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There are tons of programs you can find online that teach you how to train like an Olympic athlete, ballerina, pro wrestler, and just about any other extremely fit individual you can think of. But you know...
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How Bacteria Survive in Space

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Space is daunting, dangerous, and even lethal...at least for humans. But did you know that some bacteria can happily survive and even thrive in space? That’s right, bacteria don’t just stand up against the...