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  1. Salamanders and Frogs Light Up with Secret Superpower
    Every species of amphibian tested in a new study had the ability to fluoresce under blue or ultraviolet light

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  2. Delivery from Local Store Is Greenest Shopping Method--Most of the Time
    Researchers also calculated the carbon footprints for online and in-person shopping

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  3. China's Moon Rover Takes a Deeper Look at the Far Side
    Radar data from the Chang’e-4 mission show multiple debris layers under the rover, recording eons of lunar history

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  4. What Coronavirus Emergency Measures Could U.S. Communities Take?
    Health security expert Caitlin Rivers talks about what schools, businesses and individuals can do to minimize the impact

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  5. Japan Inches Forward with Plans to Host Next Big Particle Collider
    If built, the International Linear Collider would investigate some of the biggest mysteries in physics on the smallest of scales

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