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The impact killed a man and injured three others. 
For the first time in recorded history, a meteorite is reported to have killed a person.
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This explanation is less exciting than finding an "alien megastructure." 
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I see what you did there...duly noted.
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Want to walk on the moon without taking 200,000 miles? 
Have you ever fantasized about walking on the moon, but you don't want to put on a spacesuit and blast more than 200,000 miles (322,000 kilometers) through space? A New York-based startup plans to turn this lunar fantasy into a reality.
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Most trees tend to snap when winds reach about 94 miles per hour. 
Trees made of hard and soft wood, or of hefty or slender cross-section, all tend to break at roughly the same wind speed, and a new study explains why.
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Your mind may draw a blank if you try to imagine reddish green. 
Vision research over the past 30 years has gradually proven that forbidden colors — reddish green and yellowish blue — are real, though some scientists still don't believe it.
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Here's how the animal kingdom would settle it. #SuperBowl 
Who would win in a matchup between a real-life bronco and a panther? It turns out, the odds are fairly even for both of those creatures.
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Sooooooooo………………………………………
BRONCOS win?
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Do you see the resemblance? 
Tarantulas take a starring role in a new study that reorganizes their group, reclassifying the majority of 55 known tarantula species and adding 14 new ones.
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It was a little different than the #SuperBowl. 
Sure, complain about the music, but modern halftime shows are nothing compared to the horrors witnessed in ancient Rome.
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C'mon guys. 
There's a new conspiracy theory out there, but instead of invoking big government or aliens, it questions whether there's a laptop carved into an ancient Greek statue.
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No it's a notebook...
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The mantis shrimp is an incredible creature. 
No other animal senses color like the colorful mantis shrimp, which uses 12 receptors to quickly detect colors in its reef environment. The crustacean's eye works like a satellite sensor.
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Can't fool me I've fished under the bridge (to Robert Moses State Park) before.
What do you say to 5 baby barracuda with adorable eyes when spell¿ is only a poor suggestion.
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Could this affect the outcome of the #SuperBowl? 
Football fans, take note: The outcome of this weekend's Super Bowl, along with other major sporting events, may depend on whether the players are night owls or early birds, a new study suggests.
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The inscription names 20 conspirators. 
The inscription names 20 Medieval killers allegedly involved in the murder of Prince Andrey Bogolyubsky.
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