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Apollo 11 landing: Watch live stream replay of the moon landing as it was originally sent July 16, 1969 – 50th anniversary

Sneak look: Man on the moon – A CBS News special Fifty years ago, millions of people around the world glued on their televisions, when America launched Apollo 11, the first mission to land on the moon . They three astronauts – Neil Armstrong, Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin and Michael Collins – became national heroes when they boarded their spacecraft on …

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Thirty years of unique information reveals what really kills coral reefs

A snorkeler swims among healthy Elkhorn corals from Key Largo in the Florida Keys in the early 1980s. Named for its antler-like shape for its colonies, the Elkhorn coral is one of the most important corals in the Caribbean. Current populations are struggling to recover from coral disease and bleaching. Elkhorn coral once dominated coral reefs in the Florida Keys. …

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After ‘CRISPR babies’ scandal, senators call for gene editing guidelines

W ASHINGTON – A bipartisan trio of senators on Monday introduced a resolution investigating their opposition to the experiments last year in China, leading to the birth of the world's first genome-edited babies. The resolution from Sens . Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.), Marco Rubio (R-Fla.), And Jack Reed (DR.I.) also reiterated support for international groups working to produce guidelines for the …

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New dinosaur species discovered in Big Bend

BIG BEND NATIONAL PARK, Tx (NEWS RELEASE) – Fossils discovered 35 years ago in the Big Bend National Park were recently identified as a new dinosaur, the Aquilarhinus palimentus. This accused dinosaur is known for its nose and wide jaw, shaped like two trowels laid side by side. The fossil was originally discovered in the 1980s by Texas Tech University …

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