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    Canon EOS R full-frame mirrorless camera

    The company's long-awaited pro-grade mirrorless is ready for your old lenses.

    Canon, Nikon, and Sony are ready to battle it out for full-frame mirrorless dominance.

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    solar panel installation

    A new bill has been fast-tracked in the midst of a climate change-fueled wildfire season.

    The push to fast-track the state's clean energy trajectory coincides with real-world climate change concerns. California is experiencing longer and deadlier wildfire…

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    Paper airplane held at the ledge of a building in Abu Dhabi

    John Collins designed the current world-record-holding paper airplane. Here are his tips.

    John Collins designed the current world-record-holding paper airplane. According to him, there are four things to consider when making a paper airplane: the paper, lift…

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    Juice up for your commute or camping trip.

    Keep your devices juiced for your commute or camping trip. Because having a device die on you is unfortunate and totally avoidable.

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    social media hearing

    You don't need to watch C-Span to find out what Twitter and Facebook have to say.

    Executives from big internet companies are making a regular habit of testifying in front of Congressional committees. Here's what you need to know.

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    It's completely different from Earth

    Jupiter's magnetic field is profoundly different from that of all other known planets — it essentially has two magnetic south poles instead of just one, a new Nature

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    a many trying to sleep

    Our editors scrounged up some truly bizarre facts.

    What’s the weirdest thing you learned this week? Well, whatever it is, we promise you’ll have an even weirder answer if you listen to PopSci’s newest podcast.

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    Voyager 1 flying past Saturn, with Jupiter and the inner solar system visible in the background

    From the Popular Science archives.

    On September 5, 1977, Voyager 1 launched and forever changed our understanding of the solar system.

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    Google Fit interface heart points move minutes redesign wearables

    Wearables seldom make us healthier. Will Google's "heart points" be any better?

    The new Google Fit for Android and Wear OS for iPhone may help users understand their data better, but it won’t solve the field’s fundamental problem: motivation.

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    syringe shot medicine flu

    It’s almost never too early or too late to get vaccinated against influenza.

    Yes, it’s already time for your annual flu shot. Yes, it does feel like the season just ended. Here’s the thing though: a lot of people wait until it’s officially flu…

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    Hiding files

    Disguise your files.

    Don't run the risk of private data falling into the wrong hands. Before you send sensitive information, conceal it inside other, more innocuous files.

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    It’s all about the sensor and software on the i7+.

    This is how the latest Roomba knows what room it is in.

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    Brazil national museum science fire artifacts collections

    Protecting artifacts from entropy is no easy task.

    Ninety percent of the artifacts at Brazil’s National Museum are believed to have been lost in a recent fire. The event is a reminder that museum science is hard—and…

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    Cotton grass

    They may be gross, but the conditions in them are perfect for preserving artifacts.

    A less well known aspect of bogs is their remarkable archaeological potential.

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    a woman on an airplane touches her head as if it hurts

    Spoiler alert: It's not zombies.

    On Wednesday morning, a 500-passenger flight from Dubai was quarantined at John F. Kennedy International Airport.

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    Tech rumor roundup

    Catch up on all the technology gossip without all the hype.

    Keep it real with your tech rumors.

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    hurricane florence

    The storm illustrates why forecasting is so difficult.

    Hurricane Florence could come close to the United States next week—but for now, its path is highly uncertain.

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    kids soccer header concussion

    How much rest is enough?

    For the first time, the Centers for Disease Control have released specific guidelines for health care workers treating young people with mild traumatic brain injuries…

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    children wearing backpacks

    Wear that weight the right way.

    Over time, carrying too much weight can cause injuries and pain. This school year, choose an ergonomic backpack for your child—and make sure it fits just right.

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    a western diamond-backed rattlesnake

    When it rains, it pours (snakes).

    A new study suggests you might be better off venturing into the wild during times of drought.

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