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A new, low-cost Indian spacecraft reaches Mars on the country’s first try
Scientists use a high-tech suit to learn the secrets of a 2,000-year-old ship found off the coast of Greece
The U.S. government takes action against the terrorist group ISIS with air raids in Iraq and Syria
Scotland decides to remain a part of the United Kingdom
A long-necked dino named Dreadnoughtus schrani wins the title of heaviest land animal ever
Scots prepare to vote on whether to leave the United Kingdom
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A scientist spends 31 days in an underwater lab.
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Thousands of kids from Central America are entering the United States illegally—and alone.
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DynaMath magazine dives into a coral reef to find out how it forms.
Science World investigates acrylamide, a potentially dangerous chemical that forms in crispy foods.
Scholastic News magazine examines the lives of the famous, doomed pilot, and the modern-day flier that shares her name.