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Obama to Trek to Florida Everglades for Earth Day
MSNBC Science Headlines, 19 hours ago
The president says he''ll visit the Everglades on Wednesday to talk about how global warming threatens the U.S. economy.
SpaceX Cargo Ship Delivers Coffee and More to Astronauts
MSNBC Science Headlines, April 17, 2015
SpaceX''s robotic Dragon cargo spacecraft made its rendezvous with the International Space Station on Friday to deliver vital supplies.
Stunning View of Europe at Night Captured From Space
MSNBC Science Headlines, April 17, 2015
When it comes to social media, it''s hard to compete with NASA''s Terry Virts.
''Amazingly Intact'' WWII Aircraft Carrier Discovered
MSNBC Science Headlines, April 17, 2015
A World War II-era aircraft carrier was found on the ocean floor near California''s Farallon Islands and it''s looking great.
NOAA: Last Month Was Warmest March on Record
MSNBC Science Headlines, April 17, 2015
There''s been no break from the globe''s record heat - the first three months of 2015 have set new high temperature marks.
Will California''s Drought Mean More Expensive Jeans?
MSNBC Science Headlines, April 17, 2015
Drought and water shortages could push California''s cotton acreage to its lowest levels since the early 1930s.
Isolated Tribes'' Gut Bacteria Hold Biological Surprises
MSNBC Science Headlines, April 17, 2015
The assortments of bacteria that live within the intestines of isolated tribes are far more diverse than the microbes found in the guts of Americans.
What is the Biggest Mystery in the Universe?
MSNBC Science Headlines, April 17, 2015
Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson explains his theory on the mysteries of the Universe.
Neil deGrasse Tyson Brings Geek Talk to Late-Night TV
MSNBC Science Headlines, April 17, 2015
He''s an astrophysicist, cosmologist, TV talent, author, podcaster ... and now Neil deGrasse Tyson is adding late-night host to his resume.
NASA''s Dawn Probe Sees Dwarf Planet Ceres as a Crescent
MSNBC Science Headlines, April 17, 2015
After spending several weeks in the shadow of Ceres, NASA''s Dawn spacecraft is finally getting a close-up glimpse of the dwarf planet.
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