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Cave worms could hold the secrets to a better life

These pools of creatures could have value for many industries. Renaud Vigourt for Popular ScienceThe wriggling residents of the darkest, wettest, and most toxic places on Earth may be beneficial to us all. The post Cave worms could hold the secrets to a

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What an extraterrestrial archaeological dig could tell us about space culture

NASA astronaut Kayla Barron documents a section of the ISS for archaeological data. NASAInstead of dirt, these researchers dug through thousands of photos to capture astronaut culture on the International Space Station. The post What an extraterrestrial

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The Milky Way's 'thick disk' is 2 billion years older than scientists thought

Astronomers have found that part of the MIlky Way known as the thick disk is about 2 billion years older than expected, forming just 0.8 billion years after the Big Bang.

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30 of the world's most valuable treasures that are still missing

From the the Ark of the Covenant to the crown jewels of Ireland to a 333-carat pink diamond, here are 30 of the world's most valuable (and missing) treasures.

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