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Wildfires take a toll on students’ test scores years after the smoke clears

SpaceX’s new test rocket topples over thanks to strong Texas winds

Blue Origin successfully launches and lands first New Shepard rocket of 2019

Most Americans accept that climate change is real and worrying

NASA is replacing one of the astronauts on Boeing’s first crewed flight to the space station

The military is looking at ways to intercept nukes from space — but experts say it’s not feasible

Stratolaunch is scaling back operations following the death of co-founder Paul Allen

Space

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Watch ULA launch a secret satellite with its most powerful rocket

Alphabet’s health division gets FDA clearance to test EKG smartwatch feature

Shaky rings help scientists measure Saturn’s days

Why The Weather Channel keeps making these terrifying mixed reality warnings

How to watch the only total lunar eclipse of 2019 this weekend

How artificial intelligence can help us make judges less biased

Aerospace startup making 3D-printed rockets now has a launch site at America’s busiest spaceport

Largest US twin study probes whether nature or nurture makes us sick

Steve Carell starring in Netflix series about President Trump’s Space Force

CERN wants to build the biggest, baddest particle collider ever

Future Circular Collider

Facial recognition and AI could be used to identify rare genetic disorders

Energy

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How SpaceX’s first astronaut crew is preparing to take on a brand new spacecraft

China’s lunar lander successfully sprouts cotton on the Moon

Journalist Rose George explains the mysteries of blood

Watch a Chinese probe land on the far side of the Moon

How the government shutdown could harm the future of American science

SpaceX is laying off 10 percent of its workforce