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Astronomers may have found a galaxy that formed without dark matter
This lone galaxy seems to defy everything astronomers know about galactic formation.
How to slow down time because you’re not getting any younger
It's like you're Doctor Strange, but only in your head.
NASA is testing space lasers to shoot data back to Earth
It's like switching from a dial-up connection to high-speed internet.
What the early evidence tells us about vaccine protection from Omicron
Answers on the omicron variant are coming, but they're not here yet.
Wildlife officials are taking radical steps to save Florida’s starving manatees
More than 1,000 manatees have died in Florida this year.
Why people trust accents that match their own, even when they shouldn’t
A new study shows that discrimination against foreign accents is deep-seated.
Hydras can regrow their heads. Scientists want to know how they do it.
A new analysis reveals genetic underpinnings of how the aquatic animals regrow their heads after decapitation.
Inside the cutthroat world of competitive meat judging
Plus other fun facts from The Weirdest Thing I Learned This Week.
Carbon markets from Kyoto to COP26, explained
The new voluntary market will be different from previous endeavors.
A total solar eclipse bathed Antarctica in darkness
Lucky observers in Antarctica—and on the International Space Station—caught the show.