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This new Webb Telescope image looks like a painting

Plus: The best cat game ever made is a serious GOTY contender.

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Where does space begin? Explore the history of an experimental military program

Sixty years ago this week, Robert Micheal White returned from space.

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The Sims 4 sexual orientation update is free — here’s why

Plus: Wash the week away with our game rec.

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Where will Webb show us next?

Plus: Look back at Loki!

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What is the future of the X-Men in the MCU? Little hints suggest a major revival

Plus: Are you feeling hot?

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Five images, one Webb Telescope: A new era of astronomy is upon us

Plus: What’s next for Webb?

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Boom! The James Webb Space Telescope’s first images are here

The James Webb Space Telescope edition.

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39 years ago, Yuji Horii created one of the most influential video games ever

Plus: A seminal moment in Final Fantasy IX explained.

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Before you watch Thor: Love and Thunder, you need to read the real Viking lore

Plus: Vikings, vikings, and more vikings!

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Protofeathers may have helped dinosaurs survive — and dominate

Plus: 25 years of NASA’s Mars rovers.

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Why does spicy food make you sweat? A neuroscientist breaks it down

Plus: The Webb Telescope zooms in on Jupiter.

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Why is there no male birth control? A new gel offers men hope

Plus: A big clue for life on Mars.

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NASA rovers may need to dig deeper to find ancient Martian life

Plus: A future of disastrous floods.

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Daily multivitamins may have no health benefits — and some might cause harm

Plus: Figuring out whose rocket crashed into the Moon.

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Scientists think gut probiotics might help treat depression

Plus: The search for alien life on Hycean worlds.

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Researchers discover the biggest bacteria ever, and it’s the size of an eyelash

Plus: The science behind centuries-long tortoise lifespans