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Scientific American is the authoritative source for the science discoveries and technology innovations that matter.
Scientific American is the authoritative source for the science discoveries and technology innovations that matter.

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Our infographic answers your biggest questions about how cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin work and how they are changing the game in economics and beyond.
View it here → http://bit.ly/2CHgxB0
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Check out SciAm's top 5 stories of 2017
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When we chase success, do brains and hard work outweigh luck?
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After 13 years at Saturn, the Cassini orbiter’s explorations are coming to an end on September 15 with a dramatic dive into the ringed planet’s atmosphere.
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Watch the epic—and explosive—blooper reel for the Falcon 9 booster’s arduous path to reusability.
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Excitement about today's eclipse is as hot as a star, but solar eclipses happen at least twice a year.
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The first total solar eclipse to cross the U.S. from coast to coast in 99 years is not only a must-see spectacle but also a valuable scientific opportunity.
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Even if they can exchange their ransom, the criminals will have a hard time accessing their money anonymously.
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How centuries of studying solar eclipses has led to new discoveries about the sun, the solar system and the physics of the universe itself.
Science in a Moon Shadow
Science in a Moon Shadow
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When Charles Darwin suggested life on Earth began in a “warm little pond,” he was not necessarily thinking of a volcanic landscape. Yet evidence from remote Australia indicates that ancient hot springs, geysers and calderas had the building blocks of early cells with potential to evolve. Learn more in the August issue: http://bit.ly/2vIFYCc
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