In the News
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Jan. 17 By Cherise Threewitt
2022 Was NASA's Busiest Year in Decades
Jan. 12 By Chris Impey
Where Does Mauna Loa's Lava Come From?
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Do You Have an Inner Voice? Not Everyone Does
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Did the Lost Continent of Lemuria Ever Exist?
How Cesar Chavez United Thousands of Farmworkers and Became a Civil Rights Icon
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Why Ice Usually Freezes Cloudy, Not Clear
Ice cubes usually look cloudy and opaque in the middle, despite the fact that water is clear. What's the deal?
Finding Our Way
On the Big Screen
Chinese-American Actress Anna May Wong Fought Racism in Life and Onscreen
Anna May Wong makes history as the first Asian American to be featured on U.S. currency; the U.S. Mint will start shipping quarters with her likeness Oct. 24. But who was this pioneering Chinese-American actor?