Amateur radio enthusiasts use a surplus ISS spacesuit to create the worldâ€™s first humanoid satellite.
The History of Popular Science
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Her intricate computer simulations re-create the birth of our moon, among other ancient dramas.
December 1 marks World AIDS Day. Figures for reflection
2+ Discoveries / 12 Months = Annus mirabilis
Biological threats provide fertile plot material for books, movies and videogames
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The odd music of the spheres
Popular Science's FYI editor compiles facts about the telescope.
The spouting horn is a remnant of activity that has occurred intermittently between 500,000 and 3.6 million years ago.
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Betting on Einstein
Submit your residential-design prototypes to be showcased in San Francisco this fall
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The number of organizations for women in the sciences is growing. From professional networking to mentoring opportunities, they offer support for the tens of thousands of American women scientists at work today.
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