In the June 24 SN: Unlikely worlds around dim red stars, bacteria to the rescue, flamingos’ balancing act, Jupiter up close, hominid origins revisited, spacetime shakes again, ladybug wing origami and more.
CLIMATE CHANGE FAN? In a warmer world, the corn earworm may evolve resistance faster to Bt corn, a crop that has been genetically modified to produce an insect-killing toxin, researchers propose.
USGS Bee Inventory and Monitoring Lab/Flickr
ALL CRACKED UP This crack in the Larsen C ice shelf has grown 17 kilometers in recent days.
Jefferson Beck (USRA)/NASA
CLIMATE CONTROL President Donald Trump announced June 1 that the United States will leave the Paris climate accord, calling it “simply the latest example of Washington entering into an agreement that disadvantages the United States.”