How did NASA Steer the Saturn V?

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The Saturn V rocket took humans the moon for the first time.

We Crashed Water Bears on the Moon

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There are Water Bears on the surface of the moon!

Why the Future of Cars is Electric

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Electric cars are now ready to take over thanks to advances in battery technology and their inherent benefits: torque, handling, maintenance.

What Disease Does The Joker Have?

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The Joker has been one of the Dark Knight's most iconic foes for decades. Everyone knows there's something wrong with the Joker, but is there actually a medical explanation to what makes him tick?

Frogs Come Alive After Winter Thaw | National Geographic

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These frogs froze for the winter, but remained alive - now they are thawing out.

Tiny Bombs in your Blood - The Complement System

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One of the key players of our immune system is the complement system. An army of millions and trillions of tiny bombs, which work together in a complex and elegant dance to stop intruders in your body.

Our Solar Eclipse Sunset Adventure in Argentina

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We used Dr. Telepun's "Solar Eclipse Timer" to figure out our exact contact times.

Can Aquaman Drown?

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Even if you aren't a huge Aquaman fan, most people still know that he's a superhero that is capable of surviving and fighting crime both on land and underwater.

Why Can Soda Dissolve a Rat?

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Surprise! You won a rat in your soda!

Why Apollo Astronauts Trained at a Nuclear Test Site

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Apollo astronauts trained in nuclear bomb craters at the Nevada National Security Site. But why?Thanks Audible!

Superheroes are Saving Us WRONG

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What's more classic than seeing a hero swoop in at the last minute to catch a civilian falling through the air?

Can you solve the dark matter fuel riddle?

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An ancient, abandoned alien space station has been discovered. Can you beat everyone in the galaxy and reach it first?

Could Your Phone Hurt You? Electromagnetic Pollution

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Electricity is all around us, all the time. It makes our lives easier, safer, more fun and most of us never think about it. But is there such a thing as too much electricity? Electronic devices emit an electromagnetic field, which is suspected to cause cancer. We read countless sources on this topic to summarize the results of the latest research for you.

Where does NASA keep the Moon Rocks?

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A HUGE thank you to Andrea Mosie - Lab Manager

Why You Shouldn’t Fear Death

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The Dolan Twins, Cardi B and even YOU are going to die. So, this is how science can help you cope with death.

Why We Should Invest In Rat Massage

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Basic research can seem wasteful, but it's actually a great economic investment.

How a Fish Saved the Vikings

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The Vikings suffered many hardships living in the north of Europe: long, cold winters and importantly a lack of sunlight. Luckily, they had cod.

What if a Radioactive Spider Bites You?

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Everyone knows that when you're bitten by a radioactive animal, you get superpowers... right? Kyle weaves a web of facts and math to ensnare the truth in this week's Because Science!

Is Nuclear Power Actually Dangerous?

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Kyle dives into more details of the Chernobyl disaster, responds to your comments, and more!

How to Turn Cancer Against Itself

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This video was made in partnership with the Swiss National Science Foundation.

How do crystals work? - Graham Baird

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What makes crystals grow into their signature shapes? Dig into the atomic patterns and unique properties of crystals.