Thursday, January 12, 2017

Hubble Captures the Collision of Two Galaxies, Dengue-Resistant Mosquitoes, Norway Killed the Radio Star and More

 
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Smithsonian Artifacts and Music Legends Share the Stage in Tonight's Star-Studded Television Program
 
Smithsonian Artifacts and Music Legends Share the Stage in Tonight's Star-Studded Television Program
 
 
"Mr. President, How Long Must Women Wait For Liberty?"
 
"Mr. President, How Long Must Women Wait For Liberty?"
 
 
New Hubble Image Captures the Collision of Two Galaxies
 
New Hubble Image Captures the Collision of Two Galaxies
 
 
How a Children's Toy Could Help Fight Malaria
 
How a Children's Toy Could Help Fight Malaria
 
 
Why Some Women Campaigned Against The Vote For Women
 
Why Some Women Campaigned Against the Vote For Women
 
 
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To Fight Deadly Dengue Fever in Humans, Create Dengue-Resistant Mosquitoes
 
To Fight Deadly Dengue Fever in Humans, Create Dengue-Resistant Mosquitoes
 
 
This Swiss Grocery Will Soon Sell Mealworm Burgers
 
This Swiss Grocery Will Soon Sell Mealworm Burgers
 
 
Harriet Tubman Is Getting Her Own National Historical Park
 
Harriet Tubman Is Getting Her Own National Historical Park
 
 
Why a Glass Penny Cost One Collector Over $70,000
 
Why a Glass Penny Cost One Collector Over $70,000
 
 
Muslim and Sikh Troops Can Now Wear Beards, Turbans and Headscarves
 
Muslim and Sikh Troops Can Now Wear Beards, Turbans and Headscarves
 
 
Tiny Cone-Shaped Creature Gets a Twig on the Tree of Life
 
Tiny Cone-Shaped Creature Gets a Twig on the Tree of Life
 
 
Department of Defense Calls for Biodegradable, Seed-Planting Ammo
 
Department of Defense Calls for Biodegradable, Seed-Planting Ammo
 
 
The First Cryonic Preservation Took Place Fifty Years Ago Today
 
The First Cryonic Preservation Took Place Fifty Years Ago Today
 
 
The Guard at NATO's Northern Gate
 
From Air & Space
 
F-35 Joint Strike Fighters Are preparing for Europe’s Next Threat
 
 
Norway Killed the Radio Star
 
Norway Killed the Radio Star
 
 
Today in History
 
In 1919, the leaders of the "Big Four" nations (Prime Ministers Georges Clemenceau of France, Vittorio Orlando of Italy, David Lloyd George of England and President Woodrow Wilson of the United States) met for the first time in Paris. It would be the first of more than 100 meetings to establish the conference that would determine the terms of peace after World War I. Watch the story of the Great War in real time with this innovative documentary series.
 
 
 
 
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A Jumping Spider with a housefly kill, hiding under the petals of a Madagascar Periwinkle flower
 
"The Hidden Murder"
Photo by Swaroop Singha Roy
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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