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Welcome to the “Popular Science” update from Hawaii Science Digest.  Views expressed in this science and technology news summary are those of the reporters and correspondents.  Content provided by “Popular Science Magazine.”  Accessed on 25 May 2019, 1605 UTC.

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I was always very interested in science, and I knew that for me, science was a better long-term career than tennis.”

—Sally Ride

  • Hurricane season is early—again

    2019’s hurricane season got off to an early start—just like in 2018. And 2017. And 2016. And 2015. That means a record five years in a row have seen a named storm form before June 1, the official start date of Atlantic hurricane season.READ MORE

VIDEOS

This is what the universe looks like after 146 years of Popular Science. We took a century and a half worth of PopSci illustrations and covers to animate a timeline of weird, wild and wondrous moments in science history.

A nautilus story in three parts: Nautiluses ‘see’ with their nose. What does Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan have to do with the inside of the nautilus’ shell? And the once lost, now found first underwater film is stranger than fiction.

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