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Artist's impression of Jupiter's Great Red Spot heating the upper atmosphere. Karen Teramura with James O'Donoghue and Luke Moore/NASA hide caption

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The Two-Way

NASA Spacecraft Gets Up Close With Jupiter's Great Red Spot

NASA's Juno spacecraft will fly directly over the Great Red Spot, a swirling storm on Jupiter, on Monday. Scientists are hoping to gain a better understanding of the storm and why it persists.

Thalia As The Poets Affirm
Polyhymnia As The Poets Affirm
Truth Lies Low Andrew Bird

Lara Hogan developed preeclampsia when she was pregnant with her son Zion in 2016. Both are fine now, but she's taking extra precautions to stay healthy. Anna Gorman/California Healthline hide caption

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Women With High-Risk Pregnancies Are More Likely To Develop Heart Disease

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In Transit Lymbyc Systym
Prairie School Lymbyc Systym

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NASA Spacecraft Gets Up Close With Jupiter's Great Red Spot

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Folds Feverkin & Koresma
The Origin Reki
Take 6 Vivid Low Sky
Cold Hands, Warm Heart Vivid Low Sky

Octavia Butler at home. A lifelong bibliophile, she considered libraries sacred spaces. (c) Patti Perret/The Huntington Library, Art Collections and Botanical Gardens hide caption

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Octavia Butler: Writing Herself Into The Story

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Zen Out RRAREBEAR
Turquoise RRAREBEAR
Smoke Sill Broke For Free
Pause, Go Broke For Free
Forest2 Soda Island feat. Avionics
Rainsticks Edamame
Her & I Edamame

Margaret Joseph sells grasshoppers to Ado Garba at her stall in the Maiduguri market. Jide Adeniyi-Jones for NPR hide caption

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So What Does A Deep-Fried Grasshopper Taste Like?

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Pepper Ikebe Shakedown
The Sticks The Budos Band
Tanz mit Uns My Dad vs. Yours
Habla Paisano My Dad vs. Yours
Souvlaki Space Station Slowdive

Activist Bree Newsome scaled a flagpole and removed the Confederate flag from a monument at the Statehouse in Columbia, S.C., following a deadly shooting at a historically black church in Charleston. The flag was officially removed from the grounds days later on July 10. Bruce Smith/AP hide caption

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2 Years After S.C.'s Flag Came Down, Cities Grapple With Confederate Symbols

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