Twitter, Facebook, and Snap are reportedly part of White House vaccination campaign

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Facebook, Twitter, and Snap are among the companies that will assist with the Biden administration's promotional campaign for vaccine eligibility, Axios reported.
 

Watch NASA’s mission control track the first flight on Mars

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The twin-blade rotorcraft will try to ascend 10 feet above ground and hover in place for 30 seconds while cameras on NASA’s Perseverance rover record the historic attempt from a distance.
 

NASA reschedules Ingenuity helicopter’s first flight on Mars for Monday

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The craft was scheduled to take flight April 11th, but last weekend NASA said data from a high-speed rotor test showed the test sequence ended early, as Ingenuity’s computer tried to switch from pre-flight to flight mode The date was pushed back again after Ingenuity experienced a minor software glitch.
 

NASA Selects SpaceX to Build Upcoming Lunar Lander

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Sorry Blue Origin and Dynetics, but SpaceX will have the privilege of putting its logo on the next Moon lander, as NASA announced at a press conference today.
 

See the First Camera Collar Footage From a Wild Wolf

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The candid movies, which will continue this year, will hopefully provide some insight into the daily lives of these adaptable creatures, such as their recently discovered habit of freshwater fishing.
 

Researchers Get a Deeper Look at Some of the Oldest Color Photos Ever

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Scientists have re-examined the creations of one of the earliest color photographers, Gabriel Lippmann, who used no pigments or dyes of any kind in his work.
 

21-Year-Old Man Nearly Dies of Heart Failure After Drinking Four Energy Drinks a Day

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In a new report this week, they detail how the man developed heart failure likely linked to his habit of drinking four energy drinks a day for two years straight.
 

New Horizons Captures Goosebump-Inducing Image as It Approaches Milestone Distance From the Sun

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With Pluto firmly in its rearview mirror, New Horizons is now hours away from reaching a milestone distance, in which the probe will be 50 times farther from the Sun than Earth.
 

Adorable 'Porg' Pterosaur Flapped Above Jurassic China

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As the sun sets over what will become northern China in 160 million years, something small dives between the trunks of tree ferns, intercepting a dragonfly mid-flight.
 

Dozens of Fossilized Neanderthal Footprints Found on a Beach in Spain

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“The discovery of these Neanderthal footprints is part of a period where more and more fossil hominin footprints are being discovered,” co-author Jérémy Duveau, a paleoanthropologist at the National Museum of Natural History in Paris who also studied the Le Rozel footprints, said in an email.
 

Most People Don't Lose Weight Long Term, Study Finds

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They looked at anonymized medical records from over 200,000 residents over the age of 18, using a nationally representative and government-created database of people who had visited a primary care doctor (the UK, unlike the U.S., has a completely nationalized health care system).
 

2.5 Billion T. rex May Have Roamed Earth

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In total, some 2.5 billion Tyrannosaurus rex may have reached maturity and marauded the Cretaceous landscape, according to a new study published today in the journal Science.
 

Massive Rockfall Along Britain’s Jurassic Coast Could Be a Boon to Fossil Hunters

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Because this part of Britain is packed with fossils, the rockfall is likely to attract amateur and professional collectors, but local officials are asking the public to steer clear of the beach.
 

Chimeric Human-Monkey Embryos Kept Alive for a Record 19 Days

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In 2017, Izpisua Belmonte and his colleagues created human-pig chimeric embryos, which were implanted into sows, but these cells only managed to stay alive for three to six weeks.
 

See the Fractal-Like Shells of Ammonites Like Never Before

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The prehistoric cephalopods were composed of fleshy soft tissue (the living bit of the animals) and hard external shells, which, according to a paper published this week in Scientific Reports, may have helped the animals control their buoyancy.
 

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