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HI-SEAS Crew Completes 'Mission to Mars'

Beginning in late March, six people remained locked in a remote habitat for four months. The goal? To understand what it's like to live on the Red Planet. READ MORE
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Great Barrier Reef Faces Extreme Danger

Coastal development, farm run-off and poor water quality threaten the largest coral reef system in the world. READ MORE
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Photo of the Week — Picturesque Parking

The ground transportation center at Memphis International Airport reflects a modern approach to parking. READ MORE
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Photo of the Week -- Predicting Floods From Space

Researchers use data from NASA's twin GRACE satellites to measure how much water was soaking the ground before the 2011 Missouri River floods, and could strongly predicted the flood five months in advance. READ MORE
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Photo of the Week -- German Researchers Create Elastic 'Invisibility Cloak'

Previously developed invisibility cloaks could hide objects from light, heat or sound -- but not touch. Researchers at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology have now changed that. READ MORE
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Photo of the Week -- Ice Sculptures that Rival Skyscrapers Found Beneath Greenland Ice Sheet

These skyscraper-sized blocks are formed as water beneath the ice refreezes and warps the surrounding ice upward. READ MORE