By Sarah Kaplan Sarah Kaplan Reporter for Speaking of Science Email Bio Follow PASADENA, Calif. — NASA scientists just received their last message from the Cassini spacecraft, which plunged into Saturn
The idea that things exist in a particular, well-defined state at all times where their properties can be determined so long as you can measure them well enough was fundamental to how we conceived of Universe.
On Wednesday's episode of "Chelsea," host Chelsea Handler had United States Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz on to discuss the very real threat of climate change. But the host also had something else wanted
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Spider silk’s qualities are nearly mythical. Its tensile strength is comparable to steel’s. Yet it is lighter, and can be as stretchy as a rubber band. Those traits in combination make it tougher than
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Islamic State's Projection of Territory Under Its Control by 2020 June 29 marks the first anniversary of the proclamation of Islamic State (IS). It has been a busy year. After conquering an area covering