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X-rays are a type of light that doctors use to image the inside of the body. Astronomers use X-rays to explore the cosmos.
These fibrous networks are the reason plants think fungi are such "fun guys.”
Whether you’re reading these words on a phone, computer or other device, you may have fiber optic cables to thank.
This often-misunderstood word describes someone whose brain works a little differently from most.
Lightning, stars, supermassive black holes and more give off radio waves.
These far-out electrons do the hard work when it comes to chemical reactions.
These rapidly spinning dead stars send beams of radio waves into space like cosmic lighthouses.
Ecological relationships between predators and their prey drive the evolution of plants, animals and microbes.
Tectonic plates are giant slabs of rock that make up Earth’s outer layer.
Over 4,000 species of fish make their home among the reefs created by these colony-dwelling marine animals.
A parabola is a U-shaped curve, where every point along that curve is the same distance from another point and a line.
Ellipse describes the shapes of planetary orbits around their stars and explains the wacky acoustic phenomenon of “whispering chambers.”