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Past articles by Tiffany:

Astronaut's Video of Rocket Launch From Space Showed Only Start of Journey

The International Space Station receives a steady flow of missions to restock the world-class laboratory, but not every mission gets videoed by an astronaut. ESA astronaut Alexander Gerst captured the magnificent launch from aboard the ISS on November 16 as the Soyuz rocket began its two-day journey. → Read More

NASA Time-Lapse Shows a Huge Sea Rapidly Vanishing Over the Past 50 Years

Since the Soviet Union chose irrigating cotton over the fishing villages of the Aral Sea in the 1960s, the world has observed the environmental and economic consequences, 50 years later. The vast majority of the lake has dried up, leaving the small chunks dubbed the North Aral Sea and South Aral Sea. → Read More

Doctors Explain How That Viral Image of a Lung-Shaped Blood Clot Happened

After admittance to the ICU for heart failure, a 34-year-old man coughed up a 6-inch-wide blood clot in the shape of his right bronchus. The patient died roughly a week after the incident, leaving behind this gross medical anomaly that has captured the attention of the Internet. → Read More

Video Shows How an Amazing Bride 3D Printed Her Entire Wedding

Science communicator and engineer by training Erin Winick helped her wedding stand out in a unique way: by 3D printing anything she could. From flower bouquets to the cake topper, Winick brought her passion for the technology to a new space, instead of typical applications like space travel or medicine. → Read More

Greenland Ice Sheet Hits Highest Melting Rates in 350 Years

A group of European and US scientists discovered that the Greenland ice sheet is melting faster than ever. After analyzing data from the past 350 years, scientists saw rapid increases in melting rates occur. From the industrial revolution on, humanity began damaging the planet in ways we're paying for today. → Read More

We Saw What You Squid: Aquarium Roasts Apple for Upside-Down Squid Emoji

The Monterey Bay Aquarium took internet education into its own hands — or Twitter account — by pointing out the anatomical inaccuracies in Apple's squid emoji last Wednesday. The aquarium served up the science in a series of sassy tweets whose construction would blow away any millennial. → Read More

How Future Fleet of Electric Cars Could Cause the Power Outages of Tomorrow

The trend toward electric vehicles helps cut down on harmful emissions and fossil fuel consumption, but the infrastructure to serve EV vehicles must be in place for the switch to succeed. Researchers determined just how much electricity the US electrical grid needs to generate to serve these green vehicles. → Read More

Video Shows Incredible Drones That Will Start Making Deliveries Next Spring

Alphabet company Wing plans to debut Europe's first delivery service in Helsinki, Finland in spring 2019. The six-year-old startup spent the last 18 months perfecting its craft, training its fleet of five kilogram drones to deliver food and supplies within 10 minutes in a 10 kilometer range. → Read More

Watch SpaceX Attempt a Record-Breaking Rocket Landing in the Pacific Ocean

The SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket has flown for a record third time and landed for a record the third time on a droneship floating in the ocean, a first for Elon Musk's aerospace company as it managed the SSO-A: SmallSat Express mission that has a payload newsworthy in its own right. → Read More

How Millions of Parasite-Ridden Mosquitos Raised by Robots Can Fight Malaria

What if the solution to mosquitos was more mosquitos? That's the plan of Debug Fresno, a study with a mission to eliminate Aedes aegypti, a particularly hardy, disease-carrying mosquito. By taking advantage of a natural bacteria called Wolbachia, the group could decimate the suckers for good. → Read More

Researchers Headed to the World's Largest Sinkhole aka Mayan Gates of Hell

Along with Jacques Cousteau's son, Fabien Cousteau, Sir Richard Brandon is headed to the bottom of the world's largest sinkhole on December 2. On a mission to map the space and look for signs of life, the expedition hopes to raise awareness for ocean health and the effects of climate change. → Read More

Zip Around the Globe Twice in 15 Minutes in the Longest Space Time Lapse

In honor of the International Space Station's golden birthday, the ESA shared the longest consecutive time lapse taken yet of our blue dot. Captured by Alexander Gerst in over 21,000 images, the final video takes viewers around the world twice in a mere 15 minutes, featuring city lights and cloud cover. → Read More

Video: Help, Bears Can Open Doors Like People

The California Highway Patrol posted a video featuring a bear strolling into one of its facilities in Truckee, California, on November 18 -- on two legs. After sniffing around for snacks, the bear left, but made a return visit a few days later. It's the first direct encounter the team experienced. → Read More

NASA's MarCOs Mini Satellites Shave Hours Off Communication From Mars

MarCO-A and MarCO-B, affectionately known as EVE and WALL-E, are NASA's first mini satellites to travel beyond Low-Earth Orbit to deep space. The pair successfully completed their mission, trailing the InSight lander to Mars and relaying data on the landing in a game-changing eight minutes. → Read More

Researchers Figured Out Just How Long It Takes to Poop a Lego — for Science

A common fear of parents includes their child swallowing small objects. Most of the time, this involves coins, but researchers wanted to fill in the gaps and look at a different toy: Legos. Putting their bodies on the line, six scientists swallowed Lego heads and measured the time it took to poop them out. → Read More

Video Shows the First Spotty Glimpse of Mars Sent Home by InSight Lander

After InSight's harrowing descent to the surface of Mars, the lander gave NASA scientists another reason to celebrate when it delivered the first photos taken by one of its two cameras to Mission Control at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory. The dusty photo shows the view of Elysium Planitia. → Read More

Watch Mexico City Turn Its Highways Into Giant Vertical Gardens

Mexico City was once known as the most polluted city in the world. Although it's improved since then, citizens continue to seek environmentally friendly projects, such as Via Verde, which is transforming 1,000 concrete columns into vertical gardens. The project promises clean oxygen for 25,000 people. → Read More

Video Shows How CloudFisher Technology Turns Fog Into Clean, Drinkable Water

With 700 million people already suffering from water scarcity in 2013, innovative solutions to provide communities with sustainable sources of water are crucial. The CloudFisher provides mountainous, dry regions with safe drinking water from fog, freeing up women and children to pursue new opportunities. → Read More

TRAPPIST-1e Could Be an Earth-Like Ocean World, Suggests New Study

TRAPPIST-1e is a dwarf star that keeps on giving. After discovering four additional exoplanets, bringing the total up to seven, scientists modeled their climates, revealing in recent research that one may be a habitable ocean-covered space. These findings help scientists understand how habitable planets form. → Read More

Watch NASA Shoot Olympic Pool Amounts of Water Into the Air for the SLS

The 8.8 million pounds of force that the SLS will direct toward the ground has to go somewhere -- which is where the Ignition Overpressure Protection and Sound Suppression System comes in. The system sprays massive amounts of water at the launch pad to protect the rocket (and pad) from its fiery force. → Read More