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Leash your cheetah, buckle your seatbelt and tell Usain Bolt to take a knee. We're about to power through some of the speediest stuff this universe – both in the real world and in fiction – has to offer.
From beneath the Earth's crust to the farthest reaches of outer space, explore your world as you piece together these science puzzles.
"It's been so cold this winter — so much for global warming." Ever heard anyone say that? We explain why cold weather — and nine other things – don't disprove global warming.
Catching a speeding comet, let alone landing on one, requires trick-shot billiards on an astronomical scale. Crazy as it sounds, the European Space Agency might just pull it off.
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