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Climate Twins: In 2080, New York will feel like Arkansas

Sixty years from now, climate change can transform the east coast into the Gulf Coast. It will move Minnesota to Kansas, beat Tulsa to Texas and hoist Houston to Mexico. Even Oregonians can radiate out of their humid, cool corner and find themselves carried to the central valley of California. These changes do not happen literally, of course – but …

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Scientists discover tarantula with bizarre horns on their backs

Spider expert Ian Enelbrecht photographed this close up of the odd horn found on C. attonitifer. Ian Enelbrecht Sorry, your nightmare would like a word with you. Take a moment to say hello to Ceratogyrus Attonitifer, a spider with a species name derived from the Latin root of astonishment. Because it's just how amazed the scientists were, who found it. …

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Welcome to Space.com: We've got a new look!

Hi, place fans! It's 2019, and as we celebrate this year's 50th anniversary of NASA's historic Apollo 11 lunar landing (and our own 20th birthday!), I'm looking forward to a new look for Space.com! With larger images, better performance and a more modern design, our new layout brings us into the folder of our future publication family when we get …

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NASA spacecraft takes a dip to prep for the March 2020 rover landing

An artist's concept for the Mars 2020 rover on the red planet. NASA / JPL-Caltech In preparation for the launch of its next Mars rover, NASA performs some fast, interplanetary Konari . The spacecraft Mars Atmosphere and Volatile Evolution (MAVEN) has tied about Mars since September 2014, occasionally immersing in the martial atmosphere to study how it has changed over …

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NASA Discovers Second Crater Hidden Under Greenland's Ice

Topography of newly discovered Greenland crater. Image: NASA Goddard Space Flight Center NASA has detected a massive, ancient crater buried during two kilometers of ice in northwest Greenland. Even more surprisingly, the second crater discovered during the region's thick ice in recent months. Stretching across 36.5 kilometers (22 miles), the crater was likely formed by an asteroid impact within the …

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SpaceX Dragon Crew Demo-1 Fly to Space Station: What to Expect

SpaceX is gearing to a great milestone for human flight. Elon Musk & # 39; s company aims to fly the first demonstration mission of its Crew Dragon capsule to the International Space Station (ISS) on March 2. This flight, known as Demo-1, becomes unclear. But if all goes well, Crew Dragon will probably carry astronauts to and from the …

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