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A TV satellite is about to explode following 'irreversible' battery damage  LIVE SCIENCE · 6 hours
A Boeing satellite is being hastily moved into "graveyard orbit" following a devastating "anomaly" that turned its batteries into bombs. more
Second person in US hospitalized with new coronavirus. Here's what doctors know.  LIVE SCIENCE · 8 hours
The woman, a 60-year-old Chicago resident, had recently traveled to Wuhan and arrived back on Jan. 13. more
Neuroblastoma: Causes, symptoms & treatment  LIVE SCIENCE · 8 hours
Neuroblastoma is a rare form of childhood cancer that occurs when early forms of nerve cells don't develop correctly. more
Why physicists are determined to prove Galileo and Einstein wrong  LIVE SCIENCE · 12 hours
Physicists dropped objects on a satellite for two years to test Galileo's theory of falling objects. more
Engraved with fangs, ornate swirls, Peruvian monument lay hidden for 2,000 years  LIVE SCIENCE · 12 hours
A sprawling, stone monument decorated with swirls, circular patterns and godly fangs has been hiding in a remote jungle in northern Peru for around... more
DARPA scraps XS-1 military space plane project after Boeing drops out  LIVE SCIENCE · 14 hours
Boeing has withdrawn from Experimental Spaceplane, a U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) program designed to increase the nation's access to space. more
Egyptian mummy speaks again after 3,000 years  LIVE SCIENCE · 1 day
The voice of an ancient Egyptian priest has been heard for the first time in more than 3,000 years, thanks to a detailed reconstruction of his vocal tract from his mummified remains. more
New coronavirus from China: Everything you need to know  LIVE SCIENCE · 1 day
Here's everything you need to know about the new coronavirus from China, including how lethal it is, how you can catch it and what is being done to prevent widespread... more
Doomsday Clock is now 100 seconds from midnight  LIVE SCIENCE · 1 day
A hypothetical timepiece called the Doomsday Clock measures our nearness to armageddon — by nuclear weapons, climate change and other global threats. more
What is collagen?  LIVE SCIENCE · 2 days
Your body might fall apart were it not for collagen. Good thing a healthy body naturally produces all the collagen it needs. more
Why this 15th-century 'Jesus-lamb' painting is creeping people out  LIVE SCIENCE · 2 days
A famous 15th-century altarpiece has been restored in Belgium, and people are freaked out by the artist's original image of a human-faced Jesus sheep. more
Google just created the most detailed image of a brain yet  LIVE SCIENCE · 2 days
The map contains thousands of brain cells and millions of connections found inside the brain of a fruit fly. more
Vesuvius victims baked slowly as they died  LIVE SCIENCE · 2 days
Hundreds of people in ancient Herculaneum died when Mount Vesuvius erupted. And their deaths weren't instantaneous, new evidence reveals. more
Florida weather forecast: Cloudy with a chance of falling iguanas  LIVE SCIENCE · 2 days
Low temperatures in Florida prompted an unusual warning from the National Weather Service. more
'Ghost' population of humans discovered in ancient Africa  LIVE SCIENCE · 2 days
The ancient DNA from four children who lived thousands of years ago is rewriting what geneticists thought happened in sub-Saharan Africa. more
New coronavirus may have 'jumped' to humans from snakes, study finds  LIVE SCIENCE · 2 days
The study concluded that snakes are "the most probable wildlife animal reservoir" for the new coronavirus. more
Extreme heat of Vesuvius eruption turned a man's brain to 'glass'  LIVE SCIENCE · 2 days
A man who died in Herculaneum during the historic Vesuvius eruption was found with an exploded skull and glass-like brain tissue. more
How big can a planet get?  LIVE SCIENCE · 2 days
Why isn't there an endless variety of planets in the universe? An astrophysicist explains why planets only come in two flavors. more
Only one lab in China can safely handle the new coronavirus  LIVE SCIENCE · 2 days
As an escalating viral outbreak unfolds in China, only one lab in the country meets the required biosafety standards needed to study the new disease. more
Death toll from new coronavirus spikes in just a day  LIVE SCIENCE · 2 days
The case count and death toll from a new coronavirus in China continues to climb. more
Earth's oldest known meteor crash site found in Australian Outback  LIVE SCIENCE · 2 days
The world's oldest known impact crater has been in Western Australia for more than 2.2 billion years, a new study suggests. more
Ancient Assyrian rock carvings in Iraq show procession of gods riding mythical animals  LIVE SCIENCE · 3 days
Stunning ancient rock carvings that portray an Assyrian king paying homage to his gods amid a procession of mythical animals have been... more
What is the amygdala?  LIVE SCIENCE · 3 days
The amygdala is often referred to as the "fear center" of the brain — but this name hardly does justice to the amygdala's complexity. more
Self-destructing dark matter may be flooding the sky with gamma-rays, study suggests  LIVE SCIENCE · 3 days
There's a faint gamma-ray background in the universe, and scientists now think it could be caused by dark matter. more
1st case of new SARS-like virus in US  LIVE SCIENCE · 3 days
The new SARS-like virus that's causing an outbreak in China has now arrived in the United States. more
Scientists uncover new mode of evolution  LIVE SCIENCE · 3 days
Scientists have discovered a form of natural selection that doesn't rely on DNA. more
An asteroid wiped out the dinosaurs. Then, a volcano helped life flourish.  LIVE SCIENCE · 3 days
A massive meteorite impact and extreme volcanic activity occurred around the same time that Earth's large dinosaurs went extinct. But, did the volcanic activity... more
Alopecia: Causes, symptoms & treatments for hair loss and balding  LIVE SCIENCE · 3 days
Hair loss is typically considered the domain of aging men, but this equal-opportunity condition — which has many causes — can affect virtually anyone. more
UFOs May Be Piloted by Time-Traveling Humans, Book Argues  LIVE SCIENCE · 4 days
Could the creatures piloting UFOs be us? A recent book argues that reports of aliens here on Earth may be describing our distant human descendants, returning from the future to... more
Identity-Switching Neutrinos Could Reveal Why We Exist At All. But Can We Find Them?  LIVE SCIENCE · 4 days
Scientists are searching for a ghostly neutrino particle that acts as its own antiparticle. If they find it, the discovery... more
Here's What Scientists Know About 'Screen Time' and Your Health  LIVE SCIENCE · 4 days
Conclusions about the effects of digital media, or "screen time," are often incomplete, irrelevant or wrong, scientists say. more
Why Didn't the Allies Bomb Auschwitz?  LIVE SCIENCE · 4 days
A new PBS documentary probes the deliberation behind the historic decision. more
Are Birds Dinosaurs?  LIVE SCIENCE · 5 days
Modern birds can trace their origins to theropods, a branch of mostly meat-eaters on the dinosaur family tree. more
Why Teen Depression Rates Are Rising So Fast for Girls  LIVE SCIENCE · 5 days
We're in the middle of a teen mental health crisis – and girls are at its epicenter. more
US Officials Will Screen Travelers from China for New Virus  LIVE SCIENCE · 1 week
As an outbreak of a new virus in China spreads, U.S. officials will start screening passengers arriving at select U.S. airports. more
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