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Researchers have found an organic molecule essential to biology in interstellar space for the first time, announced experts Tuesday, a discovery that could help solve a long-time mystery.
 
Historic sites get more visitors due to 'Hamilton' fans
Historic sites connected to Alexander Hamilton are getting a lot more visitors than they used to, thanks to a little Broadway show you might have heard about.
 
Organizers boast — they're full of hot air
In this photo taken on Monday, June 13, hot air balloons fly over a lake during a ballooning festival in Velikiye Luki, Russia.
 
Uruguay's blind 'bird man' can identify 3,000 bird sounds
Born blind, Juan Pablo Culasso has never seen a bird. But through his gifted sense of hearing, he can identify more than 3,000 different bird sounds and differentiate more than 720 species.
 
New Zealand researchers have captured stunning drone footage of endangered whales feeding off the Auckland coast, giving an unprecedented insight into the majestic giants of the sea.
 
Likely ancestor of mystery 'hobbit' found, say scientists after stunning discovery
Half-sized humans who lived 700,000 years ago were almost certainly the ancestors of enigmatic "hobbits" whose fossils were found on the same Indonesian isle in 2003, scientists stunned by their own discovery reported Wednesday.
 
Fish eyes life inside a jellyfish's belly near Oz
A fish has been pictured swimming inside a jellyfish off Australia's east coast in a remarkable and rare image that has gone viral, with more than 2 million online views.
 
Astronomers in Chile said Wednesday they had caught the first-ever glimpse of a "supermassive" black hole preparing to gorge itself on gas clouds about a billion light years from Earth.
 
Mammals thrived for long time before the  dinosaurs died: study
The prevailing theory that mammals only flourished after an asteroid strike wiped out the dinosaurs 66 million years ago is doubly wrong, according to a study published Wednesday.
 
Bringing up baby
This May 27 photo provided by San Diego Zoo Global shows a male red ruffed lemur that was born on May 18, at the San Diego Zoo's behind-the-scenes Primate Propagation Center.
 
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