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Physical Science

A Beginner’s Guide to Bagged Rock Salt

Home and automobile owners contend with slick driveways and walking paths due to ice and snow during and after winter. Aside from sweeping snow and ice off tracks to keep them clear, holding rock salt bags in your garage is ...

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Becoming a Physician: The Great Career Paths

Becoming a Physician:  The Great Career Paths

Photo by Andrea Piacquadio from Pexels You love science and are passionate about helping people. Physician seems like a great career choice. There are so many paths that it is hard to know which one fits you. Before you commit to a residency, ...

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TFOT Site of the week: Space.com

TFOT Site of the week: Space.com

While Space.com is a part of the larger brand Tech Media Network, it seems a universe apart. Not only is the content very informative, it is also presented in a way that is very easy on the eyes. Space.com covers ...

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NASA Preparing Next Gen Spacesuit

NASA Preparing Next Gen Spacesuit

The Z1 – sitting down demo (Credit: NASA) The Z1 – extremly flexible (Credit: NASA) The Z1 – for the moon and beyond (Credit: NASA) In two years, NASA hopes to introduce a new line of spacesuits that will replace ...

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Earth-like Planet Discovered 12 Light-Years Away

Earth-like Planet Discovered 12 Light-Years Away

The Radial velocity method (Credit: European Southern Observatory) A recent discovery might have located a nearby solar system with up to five planets, one of them could be in just the right distance from its star to hold liquid water ...

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