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Clouds on Jupiter run surprisingly deep
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PASADENA, Calif. — Jupiter's clouds have deep roots. These aerial bands of color wrap around the planet. They also extend down deeply into its atmosphere. That's one of the new discoveries by NASA's Juno spacecraft. It has been providing an …

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Some playgrounds for vacationers are also hotspots of disease-causing microbes
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Caption: This beach vista looks clean and inviting. But it may be hiding dense communities of fecal germs, so always wash up well after playing in the sand and surf. Rain0975/Flickr (CC BY-ND 2.0). Grab a handful of sand on your next visit to the beach.

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4 research-backed ways to get people to vote
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Millions of Americans will be lining up to vote on November 8. Millions will also stay home. But scientists have insight into how to convince people to vote. IcemanJ/istockphoto. Every two years, on the first Tuesday (after a Monday) in November

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Pain is contagious — at least in mice
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Mice in pain may give off odor cues that make healthy mice nearby more sensitive to pain, too. BORIS HEIFETS, MONIQUE SMITH. Mice can share each other's pain. And they appear to do it through smells. After entering the bedding where mice in pain had …

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Splash-free urinals? Scientists investigate new 'splash avoidance' technique University of Oxford
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When a drop of liquid hits a surface at a sufficiently high speed, it splashes — that much isn't in doubt. But sometimes splashing isn't helpful. Researchers are working on methods of 'splash avoidance' that could prevent splashback of harmful or

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4 reasons why many people don't vote
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Polls will be open on Election Day, but millions of eligible voters will stay home. Why? hermosawave/istockphoto. In my senior year of high school, I was sitting in my government class as my teacher begged us to vote. He had to know that he and I would
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