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    Meet Big Bird, highest-energy neutrino ever detected

    Big Bird, the neutrino, struck the Antarctic ice with a record 2 million billion electron volts of energy.

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    Millions of working mamas

    It has been a long time since millions of American women working outside the home was big sociological news. Women are now 47 percent of the U.S. workforce.
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    Readers ask about Neandertal genes and electricity-generating spores and react to a fusion milestone.
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    Mercury’s surface once exploded in volcanoes

    Newly released images show ancient vents and ash scattered within craters on Mercury's surface.

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    U.S. marches to tick of new clock

    The atomic clock NIST-F2 has launched as the country’s official civilian time and frequency standard.

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    Moon gets younger age estimate

    The moon may have formed about 95 million years after the birth of the solar system, up to 70 million years later than some scientists previously predicted.

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    World unprepared for changing climate, IPCC says

    The latest intergovernmental report says planetwide impacts continue.

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