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Blog Post Cosmic Collisions Fuel Black Holes Swift is a NASA satellite designed to spot gamma-ray bursts, the most powerful explosions in the Universe. What kinds of dynamic... June 22, 2010 Blog Post Parasitic Beetle Revealed in Amber Fossil A 99-million-year-old fossil beetle sheds light on the long evolutionary history of leeching off of social insects. December 19, 2016 Blog Post Thursday’s Pterosaur: Pteranodon Thursday’s pterosaur is Pteranodon longiceps, perhaps one of the most recognizable pterosaurs, which lived about 85 million years... April 3, 2014 Blog Post Friday's Pterosaur: Tupuxuara Friday’s pterosaur is Tupuxuara leonardii, which lived about 110 million years ago, in what is now northeastern Brazil. April 4, 2014 Blog Post Summer Warms Pluto’s Icy North NASA has recently released images from the Hubble Space Telescope that catch Pluto changing with the seasons. February 24, 2010 Blog Post Once in a Blue Moon On New Year's Eve the Full Moon will rise shortly after sunset—doing just what full moons are supposed to do. In this case, however,... December 31, 2009 Blog Post Carbon Dioxide Found on Extrasolar Planet NASA scientists have announced that they’ve detected carbon dioxide on a planet 63 light-years from Earth. The new find is another... January 2, 2009 Blog Post First Look at Faraway Worlds At long last, two teams of scientists have directly glimpsed the feeble light of planets orbiting distant stars through the lenses... November 26, 2008 Blog Post Scientists Track Remarkable Asteroid Crash For the first time, scientists have discovered meteorites from a previously tracked asteroid in space after fragments landed in the... April 6, 2009 Blog Post SKY REPORTER: August 2011 What's up in the night sky for August 2011. August 1, 2011 Blog Post SKY REPORTER: December 2012 The Curiosity rover begins digging on Mars, and other celestial highlights. December 1, 2012 Blog Post Researchers Lead Google+ Hangout About Recent Microbial Study Assistant Curator Eunsoo Kim and Curator Rob DeSalle answered questions about recent microbial research in a Google Science Fair... June 25, 2013