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Perseid meteor shower peaks this month: New moon bodes well for skywatchers.

Perseid meteors are already beginning to fall in a display that promises to dazzle skywatchers this month.

Astronaut captures sparkling 'shooting star' video as Russian space station module falls to Earth

From his perch on the International Space Station, a French astronaut watched a long-running Russian space module break into pieces in a shower of fireworks.

New 'doubly charming' particle could help unlock the secrets of how matter is built

Studying the particle could provide physicists with vital insight into the rules that govern how all matter is formed.

More than 1,000 earthquakes swarmed Yellowstone Park last month. Is 'the big one' nearing?

At least 1,008 earthquakes swarmed Yellowstone National Park in July 2021, the most in a single month since June 2017.

Wildfire prompts evacuation at Turkey power plant

Turkey continues to battle dozens of intense wildfires that have now killed eight people and countless animals.

This hurricane season will be even more active than previously predicted, NOAA says

Storm formation during the 2021 Atlantic hurricane season will be higher than previously predicted, according to an update by NOAA scientists.

Vaccines cut chance of being infected with delta variant by half, UK study finds

The study examined nearly 100,000 people who took COVID-19 swab tests at home between June 24 and July 12.

Chinese cities enter lockdown as delta variant spreads

The outbreak has been traced back to the international airport in Nanjing.

Sharks hide in Florida canal to escape toxic red tide sweeping the coast

Hundreds of sharks have taken refuge in a Florida canal to escape the toxic red tide, an algal bloom sweeping the Gulf Coast.

Long-lost fragment of Stonehenge reveals rock grains dating to nearly 2 billion years ago

After 60 years, a missing piece of Stonehenge finally returns to the U.K., revealing secrets about the age and structure of the rock in the monument's iconic pillars.

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