Sunday, September 18, 2016

A Stunning New Map of Our Galaxy, How Life Bounced Back After Dinosaurs Perished, Meet the National Zoo's Baby Orangutan and More

A Stunning New Map of Our Galaxy, How Life Bounced Back After Dinosaurs Perished, Meet the National Zoo's Baby Orangutan and More

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Smithsonian Weekender    SEPTEMBER 2016

Behold a Billion Stars in This Stunning New Map of the Milky Way

Generated from Gaia satellite data, this stellar new map is the most complete chart of our galaxy to date

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Produced by the European Space Agency's Gaia satellite, this three-dimensional view of the Milky Way Galaxy is the first of its kind. (ESA)

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UPDATE: Meet the National Zoo's Latest Bouncing Baby—an Orangutan (New Video)

UPDATE: Meet the National Zoo's Latest Bouncing Baby—an Orangutan (New Video)

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The Anthrax Letters That Terrorized a Nation Are Now Decontaminated and on Public View

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Cave Formations Carry Clues About Ancient Earthquakes

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Life Bounced Back After the Dinosaurs Perished

Life Bounced Back After the Dinosaurs Perished

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