SpaceX Founder Elon Musk Reveals New Spacecraft

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Astronomers thought they saw a big explosion in the nearby Andromeda galaxy. GALEX, JPL-Caltech/ NASA hide caption

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Rumors Of An Intergalactic Explosion Are Greatly Exaggerated

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Malaysia Makes Public Satellite Data From Missing Jetliner

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Workers at the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant are still investigating what caused a radioactive release at the site, but organic cat litter may be the culprit. DOE/WIPP hide caption

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Organic Cat Litter Chief Suspect In Nuclear Waste Accident

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The Holmdel Horn Antenna at Bell Telephone Laboratories in New Jersey was built in 1959 to make the first phone call via satellite. NASA hide caption

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Big Bang's Ripples: Two Scientists Recall Their Big Discovery

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Atlas V (left); Falcon 9 (right) ULA; SpaceX hide caption

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Rocket Wars: Will A Suit By SpaceX Get Off The Ground?

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A minke whale photographed in Antarctica last year. The minke, smallest of the baleen whales, turned out to be the mysterious "bio-duck." Tony Beck/Barcroft Media/Barcroft Media/Landov hide caption

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Scientists Pinpoint Source Of Antarctic 'Quack'

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What Spooked The Subs Of The '60s? Quacking Whales

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This mako shark looks like its ancient ancestors, but it's probably evolved to be even more terrifying. Sam Cahir/Barcroft Media/Landov hide caption

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New Fossil Takes A Bite Out Of Theory That Sharks Barely Evolved

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A crewman on a Royal New Zealand Air Force P-3 Orion searches for possible debris from the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, in the southern Indian Ocean earlier this month. Kim Christian/AP hide caption

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Hear Geoff Brumfiel On Morning Edition

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Many Theories But Few Facts On Why Malaysia Plane Went Down

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Deep-Sea Ping May Lead To Malaysian Jet — But Time's Running Out

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According to a new report, unless more is done to combat climate change, extreme weather like the drought now gripping California will only grow more common. Marcio Jose Sanchez/AP hide caption

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Is The Latest Climate Report Too Much Of A Downer?

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