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The vorticity field of a multiple-vortex EF5 tornado embedded in a supercell thunderstorm.
On August 16, 2020, an asteroid traveled only 1,830 miles (2,950 kilometers) above Earth's surface.
Researchers have discovered a metabolic switch that may slow tumor growth.
Lidar shooting into the Antarctic night sky, Arrival Heights Observatory.
New research shows that rainfall in East Africa will increase as greenhouse gases rise.
Lasers are used to create an indestructible optical fiber out of plasma.
Astronomers have revealed a distant galaxy that looks surprisingly like our Milky Way.
Schematic of a highly selective dopamine detector using two-dimensional material.
Scientists have released a planetarium show on an epic expedition to the Arctic.
A slingshot spider is ready to launch its cone-shaped web at a flying insect.
Viburnum tinus owes the dazzling blue color of its fruit to fat in its cellular structure.
Satellite view of river avulsion, a river abruptly changing course to the sea, this one in Sumatra.
Electron micrograph of cellular nanocrystals on the carbon fibers.
Sulfur is commonly used as a fungicide in vineyards to prevent powdery mildew.
Representation of a DNA molecule that is methylated. The two white spheres are methyl groups.
Ocean scientists use lidar to take measurements far deeper than is possible with satellites.
Scientists studied ferns and other plants in New Guinea, the world's richest island for plants.
Snowmelt in the Teton Range is a water source for five states through which the Snake River passes.
A seven-county Michigan study analyzed the relationship between forested areas and urban sprawl.