Monday, April 24, 2017

Skywatchers Spot New Atmospheric Phenomenon, Changing Causes of Death in America, Big Data in the 1600s and More

 
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Watch the Causes of Death Change Across America
 
Watch the Causes of Death Change Across America
 
 
'The Outsiders' Was Groundbreaking, But It Didn't Create YA Fiction
 
'The Outsiders' Was Groundbreaking, But It Didn't Create YA Fiction
 
 
Naked Mole-Rats Can Survive For 18 Minutes Without Oxygen
 
Naked Mole-Rats Can Survive For 18 Minutes Without Oxygen
 
 
People Have Been Using Big Data Since the 1600s
 
People Have Been Using Big Data Since the 1600s
 
 
Bye Bye Cassini, the Doomed Space Probe That Revealed Saturn's Secrets
 
Bye Bye Cassini, the Doomed Space Probe That Revealed Saturn’s Secrets
 
 
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When Artists Became Soldiers and Soldiers Became Artists
 
When Artists Became Soldiers and Soldiers Became Artists
 
 
When Actors Mixed Politics and Comedy in Ancient Rome
 
When Actors Mixed Politics and Comedy in Ancient Rome
 
 
Astronaut Peggy Whitson Breaks NASA Record for Most Days in Space
 
Astronaut Peggy Whitson Breaks NASA Record for Most Days in Space
 
 
Where Duck Decoys Became High Art
 
Where Duck Decoys Became High Art
 
 
How an Alcohol-Hating English Preacher Founded Global Tourism
 
How an Alcohol-Hating English Preacher Founded Global Tourism
 
 
Amateur Skywatchers Spot New Atmospheric Phenomenon
 
Amateur Skywatchers Spot New Atmospheric Phenomenon
 
 
Today in History
 
Hot off the presses, on this day in 1704 America's first continuously published newspaper debuted. The Boston News-Letter was a double-sided single sheet that was heavily subsidized by the British government. Read about how the tiny paper fits into the storied history of newspapers.
 
 
 
 
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Glacial rivers flowing over black volcanic soil, Iceland. Aerial image (shot from a plane at 1,000 feet).
 
"Glacial Rivers From Above" Photo by Jassen Todorov
 
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