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In photos: restoring a military plane from the 1950s


Technology The task of bringing "Beach City Baby" back to its glory days is a tough one. Photos: inside the restoration of a C-53 Skytrooper.

The moon might be hiding more water than we thought

Space But it's still pretty dry. Anyone want a (volcanic) glass of water? Read on.

Last week in tech: Everything you missed while nerding out on Comic-Con

Technology Our super power is recapping the week's biggest tech stories. Elon talked hyperloops, Lyft announced self-driving cars, and D&D has officially gone digital.

From our archives: Chasing eclipses in the 19th and 20th century

Space Popular Science on eclipses in Sumatra, Spain, and Hawaii. Here's some of our past coverage from when the sun didn't shine.

Chemicals lurking in household dust may prime cells to store fat

Health This is not an excuse for second breakfast. Household chemicals found in dust may trigger cells to store fat, contributing to weight gain.

Protect your privacy and ward off trolls on social media


DIY How to preempt and combat abuse online. You want your various social media feeds to be positive and uplifting.

NASA's newly released video archives contain a skyfull of goodies

Aviation Feast your eyes on the friendly skies. Newly public gallery of NASA videos showcase experimental air and space craft…

What’s actually in that Viagra coffee you keep hearing about (and why it’s dangerous)


Health Male enhancement supplements may work, but that doesn’t mean they’re harmless. Erectile dysfunction can be hard.

Find free music and movies online


DIY How to stay entertained without having to pay. Save yourself some money—and find fantastic films and songs at the same time—with our list of free online resources.

When we finally go to Mars, we might end up living in giant metal cans


Space Lockheed Martin will build a deep space habitat inside a space shuttle cargo container. If humans are ever really going to make it to Mars, we’re going to need a bigger boat.

Guess how many giant patches of garbage there are in the ocean now?

Environment The Great Pacific garbage patch now has a South Pacific cousin. A recent expedition found another massive patch of plastic floating in the ocean—this time in the South Pacific.

Spot faked photos using digital forensic techniques

Technology You're not very good at recognizing faked photos, but these techniques can help. A digital forensics expert shares techniques to help you spot faked photos.

Your stinky feet can reveal who you're living with


Science Sharing a life means sharing your microbes. The story of love is also the story of slowing sharing more and more of your microbiome with another human being.

One weird thing about eclipses you’ve probably never noticed

Space Some drawings to explain the August eclipse's trajectory. If the moon rises in the east and sets in the west, why will the shadow of the eclipse move from west to east?

Lyft's about to seriously change the race for self-driving cars

Technology It's playing catch-up with Uber. The urban dream of a shared fleet of self-driving cars summoned by an app is inching closer to a reality.

How fentanyl is making deadly drugs even deadlier


Health But it'll take more than a touch to overdose. Fentanyl, a synthetic opioid, is the potentially deadly component that's appearing in many illicit drugs.

Stopping deforestation might be easier than we thought


Environment A little money goes a long way. There are reasons that people choose to cut down forests.

Sniffing insulin might help people eat less


Science No junk food is safe. What if a nasal spray could make food look less appetizing? According to a new study, an insulin spray has that effect on some people.

Amazon Dash Wand Review: Alexa, help me spend even more money on Amazon


Gadgets Point this wand at food and it will eventually appear (for a price). We let Alexa do our grocery shopping for a week to test out this super-cheap Wand.

Understanding glioblastoma, the most common—and lethal—form of brain cancer

Health It's even less understood than most. Glioblastoma is the most common type of primary brain tumor, and most patients who are diagnosed have a survival expectancy of less than two years.


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