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A total solar eclipse that will occur Wednesday will be aired live by the Taipei Astronomical Museum on its website because it will be only partially visible in Taiwan.
 
Koalas and kangaroos are subject to more scientific study than Australia's twitching rodents and bats, according to new research which finds "ugly" animals attract less funding and investigation.
 
US space-endurance champ Scott Kelly says he could do another year
America's space-endurance champ, Scott Kelly, returns to Earth next week after nearly a year in orbit aboard the International Space Station. High on his to-do list when he gets back: jumping into his pool and dining at a real table.
 
A blind penguin gets airborne in New Zealand
Blindy the little blue penguin was born without functioning eyes and developed the unusual habit of swimming in tight circles.
 
For the first time, researchers have found a pair of intact fossilized tusks that date back approximately 3 million years.
 
Right gut bacteria may combat malnutrition
Manipulating what kinds of bacteria live in the gut might lead to a new way to treat millions of children suffering chronic malnutrition, says new research that suggests the right microbes can help get the most out of a poor diet.
 
Israeli archaeologists discover 7,000-year-old settlement
Israeli archaeologists said Wednesday they have unearthed a 7,000-year-old settlement in northern Jerusalem, describing it as the oldest discovery of its kind in the area.
 
Puffins might spend winter off of New Jersey: scientists
Researchers say they've found an answer to the longstanding question of where Maine's Atlantic puffins spend the winter: far off New Jersey and New York.
 
Beluga whales off Alaska's northern coast target Arctic cod and will dive to great depths to reach them, according to data collected over 15 years that provides insight into their foraging patterns in the remote region undergoing profound changes from...................
 
It was just a tiny, almost imperceptible "chirp," but it simultaneously opened humanity's ears to the music of the cosmos and proved Einstein right again.
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