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Public health officials are trying to understand how a person who cared for a patient who died of Zika contracted the virus.
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The discovery suggests that star systems are even stranger than we thought.
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A fatal crash calls into question the car company’s approach to building autonomous vehicles—and underscores the stark contrast between its strategy and Google’s.
A stunning new video of Juno’s approach to Jupiter captures an unprecedented glimpse of its moons.
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After completing a high-risk maneuver, NASA’s spacecraft is officially in the gas giant’s orbit—and humankind is closer to Jupiter than ever before.
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Federal officials also caution against letting kids sneak a taste of homemade dough projects.
The Model S’s Autopilot isn’t technically a driverless feature, but the federal investigation into why a driver using it was killed will still influence the future of driverless vehicles.
Magnificent auroras light up the Jovian atmosphere as the spacecraft prepares to enter the planet’s orbit.
Astronomers say they have discovered an ancient astronomical tool, potentially used by prehistoric humans for stargazing rituals.