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Thursday, June 4, 2020
It’s A Trap! New Technique Catches Mammal Variety Much Better Than Wildlife Cameras

It’s A Trap! New Technique Catches Mammal Variety Much Better Than...

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Moving silently and stealthily across a forest, some mammals leave subtle traces that they've passed by. It could be footprints or scents...or maybe a photo. The animal's movement can trigger the motion sensor on a camera trap. This photo becomes a data point for researchers, showing when, where and what type of mammal passed through. Chipmunks and other…
Unusual Recording Records Einstein Speaking About Music and the Atomic Bomb

Unusual Recording Records Einstein Speaking About Music and the Atomic Bomb

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A recording of Albert Einstein made in 1951 during a casual conversation reveals the famed physicist's humorous side. Credit: Bettmann/Getty A one-of-a-kind recording offered at auction presents a rare and fascinating glimpse of physicist Albert Einstein. Though Einstein was known around the world, he was notoriously publicity-shy, so there is little audio evidence of his…
NASA InSight lander bends robotic arm, catches brand-new Mars views

NASA InSight lander bends robotic arm, catches brand-new Mars views

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Things are looking rosy on the Red Planet for NASA's InSight lander. After a successful touchdown on Nov. 26, the lander is now stretching its robotic arm and sending back some new looks that are part-selfie, part-planetary. Unlike NASA's wandering rovers, InSight is designed to stay in one place and deploy instruments onto the surface…

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