Thursday, November 24, 2016

What Do Astronauts Eat on Thanksgiving?, How to Fly Stress-Free Over the Holidays, What Pilgrims Heard When They Arrived in America and More

 
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What Do Astronauts Eat on Thanksgiving?
 
What Do Astronauts Eat on Thanksgiving?
 
 
The Puppeteer Who Brought Balloons to the Thanksgiving Day Parade
 
The Puppeteer Who Brought Balloons to the Thanksgiving Day Parade
 
 
What Was on the Menu at the First Thanksgiving?
 
What Was on the Menu at the First Thanksgiving?
 
 
Researchers Dig Into the Juicy History of Taming the Turkey
 
Researchers Dig Into the Juicy History of Taming the Turkey
 
 
The Science of Cooking a Turkey, and Other Thanksgiving Dishes
 
The Science of Cooking a Turkey, and Other Thanksgiving Dishes
 
 
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How the Football Field Was Designed, from Hash Marks to Goal Posts
 
How the Football Field Was Designed, from Hash Marks to Goal Posts
 
 
The Science of How to Fly Stress-Free Over the Holidays
 
The Science of How to Fly Stress-Free Over the Holidays
 
 
14 Fun Facts About Turkeys
 
14 Fun Facts About Turkeys
 
 
How to Have the Most Sustainable Thanksgiving Ever
 
How to Have the Most Sustainable Thanksgiving Ever
 
 
How the Potato Changed the World
 
How the Potato Changed the World
 
 
Five Fascinating Details About the Media Mogul Who Helped Make Thanksgiving a National Holiday
 
Five Fascinating Details About the Media Mogul Who Helped Make Thanksgiving a National Holiday
 
 
The Plymouth Hero You Should Really Be Thankful for This Thanksgiving
 
The Plymouth Hero You Should Really Be Thankful for This Thanksgiving
 
 
What Pilgrims Heard When They Arrived in America
 
What Pilgrims Heard When They Arrived in America
 
 
Your Thanksgiving Turkey Is a Quintessentially American Bird: An Immigrant
 
Your Thanksgiving Turkey Is a Quintessentially American Bird: An Immigrant
 
 
Today in History
 
In 1859, Charles Darwin published Origin of Species. Today, the 19th-century treatise on natural selection, which built the foundation of evolutionary biology, remains one of the most important works ever published. But here's what Darwin couldn't have known when he wrote his then-radical seminal text.
 
 
 
 
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