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The super-rich are buying up dinosaur bones – and now they want our near-perfect Stegosaurus | David Hone

43 Comments
2024/06/10
20:11 UTC

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Image taken from the surface of the asteroid Ryugu by the Japanese Hayabusa2 spacecraft.

12 Comments
2024/06/09
15:42 UTC

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I am looking for hands-on science experiments that I can do with a group of 10-15 high schoolers

15 Comments
2024/05/29
21:53 UTC

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Science Summary for Q1 2024

1 Comment
2024/05/26
18:51 UTC

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