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'Death Star' Moon May Hide a Buried Ocean

Saturn's moon Mimas has a surprising wobble that might betray an underground sea.<p>Saturn's moon Mimas, the smallest of the ringed planet's major satellites, may join the growing list of moons that hide an ocean of liquid water beneath their cratered surfaces, astronomers report Thursday in the …

Scientists call on public to help solve mystery of starlings' aerial displays

Do starlings flock together to keep warm, for safety or to share roosting tips? A Society of Biology murmuration survey hopes to find the answer and help stem their decline<p>Starling murmuration season - readers’ pictures<p>Every autumn and winter, thousands of starlings pack close together and swirl …

4 a.m aurora

Aurora, mirrored in water, west of Saskatoon in Canada. Photo by Colin Chatfield.<p>Colin Chatfield wrote from Canada:<p>It was very windy out, so some of …

Meet the Double Cluster in Perseus

The Double Cluster in the constellation Perseus is a breathtaking pair of star clusters, each containing supergiant suns. How to find it in your …

Will airport screening for Ebola actually work?

Passengers arriving at Heathrow, Gatwick and the Eurostar terminals will be screened for Ebola symptoms. Will it help protect Britain from the disease?<p>Ebola panic is well under way. The disease, which has killed more than 4,000 people in Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia, <b>has claimed its first</b> …

Leaky galaxy is a star factory that could shed light on early universe

Astronomers searching for hints of leaky galaxies have picked up radiation from a star-forming galaxy in the nearby universe that behaves rather like some of the earliest stellar factories that gave a dark universe its first rays of light.<p>The galaxy known as J0921+4509, as described in the journal …

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Poop Pills May Offer A Better Way To Eradicate This Deadly Infection

A promising new study puts a decidedly positive spin on the epithet "eat sh**."<p>It shows that pills containing human fecal matter are an effective treatment for people suffering from potentially deadly infections caused by the bacterium known as Clostridium difficile.<p>The pills may be a more …

In Hopes Of Fixing Faulty Genes, One Scientist Starts With The Basics

Whether they admit it or not, many (if not most) scientists secretly hope to get a call in October informing them they've won a Nobel Prize.<p>But I've talked to a lot of Nobel laureates, and they are unanimous on one point: None of them pursued a research topic with the intention of winning the prize.<p>…

How big of a star is PewDiePie? Watch him get mobbed by fans in Singapore

You can throw around lots of stats about online gaming personality PewDiePie to make a case for how big of a celebrity he has become. For example, he has 31.4 million subscribers on YouTube — darn impressive.<p>But sometimes a visual helps.<p>During his keynote address at the MIPCOM conference, Maker …

NYCC: Marvel Announces X-Men/Guardians Crossover and Star Wars: Rebels Tie-In Comic

Chaos is brewing in the Marvel and Star Wars universes.<p>Building from the announcement of their first three Star Wars comics at SDCC, Marvel revealed …

Week's Best Space Pictures: Ripples Run, Astronauts Walk, and a Star Pulses

Ripples race across Mars, astronauts go for a walk, and a star pulses in this week's best space pictures.

Your favorite video games re-imagined as adorable children's books

Yesterday, we brought you video games imagined as Norman Rockwell illustrations for the Saturday Evening Post. Today, take a gander at Tomb Raider, Assassin's Creed, Metal Gear Solid and more, presented as Little Golden Books.<p>These are the work of Joey Spiotto's "Storytime" series, which also gives …