The topic for this week's Cosmos is the little things in life, like cells, molecules, atoms and the universe. So hop on board the Ship of the Imagination and let's get small.
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The samples were actually excavated back in 1970, but were set aside because there wasn't a way to analyze them at the time
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No enthusiastic skywatcher misses a total eclipse of the moon, and if weather permits tonight, neither should you.
The industry doesn't want to admit it, but the science is becoming clearer: Sustained EMF exposure is dangerous
The researchers, from the University of Colorado, said the ability to make snap decisions would have been beneficial to our early ancestors who had to rely on their wits to survive day to day.
A sequence of four consecutive total lunar eclipses over the next two year begins April 15, something that hasn't happened since the 16th Century.
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