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A fossilized wooly mammoth skeleton standing in Summers Place Auctions in England

Animals Can Be Declared De-Extinct ... But How Does That Work?

Scientists have discovered how to breathe life back into species that were once considered extinct — but doing that could have consequences.

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0:46Jupiter
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Astronomers Keep Finding More Moons Around Jupiter

0:42An AED drone flies
Karolinska Institutet

These Drones Could Make A Big Difference In Medical Emergencies

1:00A satellite image of turquoise swirls in the Black Sea.
Norman Kuring, NASA

Why Turquoise Swirls Have Taken Over The Black Sea

0:42ATLASGAL image of Milky Way galaxy
ESO/APEX/ATLASGAL consortium/NASA/GLIMPSE consortium/ESA/Planck

Our Lonely Galaxy Probably Exists In The Middle Of Cosmic Nowhere

1:09An Uber car
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Uber Loses Top Executive As Its CEO Ponders A Leave Of Absence

2:01President Donald Trump and the text of the bill.
The White House / Rep. Mike Quigley

COVFEFE Act Could Prevent President Trump From Deleting His Tweets

1:39Orion spacecraft takes off from launchpad.
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NASA Could Face Big Cuts, But We Might Still Go To Mars

1:35French President Emmanuel Macron
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France's President Launches Website To 'Make Our Planet Great Again'

0:41A nighttime view of the Houses of Parliament in London, England
Barry Marsh / CC BY 1.0

The UK Broke A Bunch Of Renewable Energy Records This Week

1:28Dan Scavino tangles wires
Instagram / Lara Trump

Trump's Twitter Adviser Gets Reprimanded For Tweet

0:53The Block Island Wind Farm pictured off the coast of Rhode Island
Getty Images / Scott Eisen

Offshore Wind Turbines May Not Be Tough Enough To Endure Mother Nature

0:47NASA's new class of astronauts
NASA

NASA's New Astronauts Beat A Record Number Of People To Get The Job

1:00A Galápagos tortoise faces the camera.
Paul Krawczuk / CC BY 2.0

A Galápagos Tortoise Species Thought To Be Extinct Has Resurfaced

1:06President Trump holding a NASA flight jacket
White House

Trump Is Bringing Back The National Space Council ... What's That?

0:55Amazon boxes
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Amazon Is Offering A Prime Discount For Anyone On Government Aid

0:56Excavated fossil of Homo sapien's teeth and jaw
Jean-Jacques Hublin

Humans Might Be 100,000 Years Older Than We Thought

1:17Total solar eclipse
NASA

Einstein Doubted Scientists Could Prove Relativity Like They Just Did

0:45A man walks dogs through the street
Getty Images / Brian Harkin

A 'Highly Contagious' Dog Flu Has Re-emerged In The US

1:02A printer
Newsy Staff

Was An Office Printer Behind Reality Winner's Arrest?

0:48Artist concept for KELT-9b and its star KELT-9
NASA/JPL-Caltech

This Planet Is Hotter Than Most Stars, But It Won't Live Long

0:44The Apple HomePod
Apple

Apple Hopes To Reinvent Home Audio With Its New Device

0:42Runners in the 2005 New York City Marathon
Getty Images / Spencer Platt

If You're Serious About Running And Fitness, Ditch The Treadmill

0:51An image from NASA of a mysterious hole on Mars' surface.
NASA / JPL-Caltech / University of Arizona

NASA Isn't Quite Sure What Caused This Deep Hole In Mars

1:23Mars: half as it is today and half covered in water and clouds
NASA

Mars May Have Been Really Watery And Could Have Had A Giant Ocean

0:53Green sea turtle swims
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Turtles On The Great Barrier Reef Have Human Medication In Their Blood

1:32Ananya Vinay holds up her trophy for winning the Scripps National Spelling Bee
Getty Images / Mark Wilson

Why Is The Scripps National Spelling Bee Hard? Because English Is, Too

1:02Mars Curiosity rover
NASA

Mars Crater Might Have Once Been A Very Microbe-Friendly Lake

0:48A solar power plant
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The US Could Prevent A Lot Of Deaths By Switching From Coal To Solar

0:51Hand holding human embryonic stem cells under a microscope
Getty Images / Darren Hauck

China Is Set to Begin Its First Trials With Human Embryonic Stem Cells

1:10Chinese Premier Li Keqiang.
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China Is Championing Itself As A Leader In Climate Change