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Each year, 5,200 tons of space dust fall to Earth, far outweighing larger meteorites that hit the planet.
A monoclonal antibody cocktail developed by Regeneron reduced risk of developing symptomatic COVID-19 by 81% in household contacts living with a positive case, company said.
A baby boy born in Iraq with three penises is the first reported human case of triphallia. He's doing well after surgery.
Gagarin became the first of humankind to blast off into space on April 12, 1961, but rumors continue to circulate that another cosmonaut had beaten him to the punch days before.
NASA has delayed the first flight of its Mars helicopter Ingenuity after the vehicle's last test ended earlier than planned.
The longest sawfish ever measured washed up in Florida, not far from another large specimen.
No, the misquote is an example of French revolutionary propaganda.
NASA will land the first person of color in addition to the first woman on the moon with the Artemis program, NASA's Acting Administrator Steve Jurczyk revealed today (April 9).
Humanity's first helicopter on Mars has been cleared for a historic takeoff.
Cats have swinging "pouches" on their bellies, but that doesn't mean they're fat.
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