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Serendipitous supernova explosion caught on camera

Serendipitous supernova explosion caught on camera

Author: Lisa Grossman / Source: Science News RIGHT PLACE, RIGHT TIME In September 2016, an amateur astronomer was looking at spiral galaxy NGC 613 (shown), located about 65 million light-years away in the constellation Sculptor, and caught a supernova...

Most Americans would welcome a microbial E.T.

Most Americans would welcome a microbial E.T.

Author: Maria Temming / Source: Science News for Students Space rocks, such as asteroids, might transport the first extraterrestrials that reach Earth: tiny microbes. AUSTIN, Texas — Earthlings may offer a warm welcome to microbes from space. That was the...

A fake organ mimics what happens in the blink of an eye

A fake organ mimics what happens in the blink of an eye

Author: Maria Temming / Source: Science News BABY BLUE Using human eye cells, researchers fashioned an artificial eye surface that could be used to study and test treatments for eye diseases. AUSTIN, Texas — A new artificial organ gives a new meaning to the...

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