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A satellite view shows smoke along the Gaza-Israel border on Oct. 7 in an image combining natural with shortwave-infrared highlights. The image came from a Copernicus Sentinel satellite run, by the EU space program. Gallo Images/Orbital Horizon/Copernicus Sentinel Data 2023/Getty Images hide caption

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Lillian Kay Petersen, 17, from Los Alamos, N.M., won first place in the 2020 Regeneron Science Talent Search, a science and math competition for high school seniors. The pandemic meant a virtual Zoom ceremony rather than what's usually a black-tie gala ceremony in the nation's capital. Society for Science screenshot hide caption

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High School Senior's Tool To End Food Insecurity Wins National Competition

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Looking Back At Human History, Archaeologist Suspects 'We're 51% Good'

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A satellite image of the archaeological site of Tanis, after processing. Sarah Parcak used satellite data to find the ancient Egyptian city. Courtesy of Sarah Parcak hide caption

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Space Archaeologist Wants Your Help To Find Ancient Sites

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