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NASA Discovered a ‘Disturbing’ Glacier Hole Two-Thirds the Size of Manhattan
A new study from NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory found that 14 billion tons of ice have almost entirely disappeared from Thwaites Glacier in the last three years.
Human-Driven Climate Change Is Literally Making Earth ‘Wobble’
As the planet warms, ice loss at the poles—especially in Greenland—is having an effect on polar motion.
Scientists Find Evidence of Liquid Water on Mars
A reservoir of liquid water may be hiding under the ice cap on the south pole of Mars.
NASA’s Opportunity Rover Is Battling for Its Life in an Epic Martian Dust Storm
Opportunity has driven farther and lived longer than any interplanetary rover. But can it survive one of the most intense dust storms ever observed on Mars?
NASA’s Atomic Fridge Will Make the ISS the Coldest Known Place in the Universe
Putting NASA’s Cold Atom Lab in space will allow quantum states to last for far longer than on Earth, offering researchers unprecedented insight into the quantum realm.
Find out which glacier could put your city under water
Glaciers melting in Greenland would cause sea levels in Los Angeles to rise more than those in Alaska, according to new research from NASA’s Jet Propulsion Lab.
NASA Destroyed Hundreds of Mystery Tapes Found in a Dead Man’s Basement
More than 300 data reels, some from Apollo-Era missions, were discovered in a deceased Pennsylvania man’s basement, FOIA documents reveal.
NASA's Closer to Saturn Than Ever—Here Are Pics to Prove It
Check out the first images from the Cassini Spacecraft’s dive between Saturn’s rings.
NASA’s Cassini Spacecraft Will Crash into Saturn in a Blaze of Glory
This stunning CGI short recounts its historic accomplishments before unveiling its dramatic, planet-plunging finale.
We Interviewed a Real Life NASA Dude About the New, Juno-Honoring Weezer and Trent Reznor Tracks
The Trent Reznor track sounds like Jupiter apparently.
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A Mysterious Piece of Space Junk Is Headed for Earth, and Astronomers Are Stoked
An unidentified piece of space debris originating from beyond the Moon is giving astronomers the rare chance to observe an object on a collision course with Earth.
This Is What Actually Happens When a Computer ‘Dreams’
Neural networks can be black boxes. These scientists want to change that.