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Volcano ‘Screams’ Before Eruption
Some volcanoes experience a large number of pre-eruption earthquakes.
Capturing the Sounds of Biodiversity
Researchers created a monitoring system to automatically record and analyze soundscapes of an area.
Eruptions on the Sun Set Off ‘Solar Tsunamis’
Scientists use the waves to measure the sun’s magnetic field, which is sometimes weaker than a fridge magnet.
Astronomers Spot Another Moon Around Neptune
The newly discovered moon, currently named S/2004 N 1, is just 12 miles across.
Fish Oil: Too Much of a Good Thing?
Researchers linked higher blood levels of omega-3 fatty acids to a higher risk of prostate cancer.
DIY Summer Hacks, From the Pool to the Grill
Try your hand at homemade sunscreen, water bottle rockets, and “cooler corn.”