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Ethereum Was 'Significantly Less Secure Than Bitcoin' Until Last Month

Eclipse attacks on the Ethereum network were a critical security vulnerability that could "be run by any kid with a machine and a script.”
Daniel Oberhaus
3.7.18
staring at the sun

More Ways To Wreck Your Eyes Without Even Thinking About It

Most eye damage happens when you don't even realize it.
Michael Byrne
8.24.17
Wild Rides

I Went to the Country’s Biggest Fair to Watch the Eclipse From a Ferris Wheel

Sure, the path of totality will be amazing, but will people there be able to see the eclipse, then buy a corndog, and throw it up on a spinning cups ride?
Jacob Dubé
8.21.17
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How to Take Pictures of the Total Eclipse With a Smartphone

For the love of all things holy, wear protective eyewear. And no unprotected selfies!!
Becky Ferreira
8.21.17
postcards from the totality

I Spoke to Eclipse Enthusiasts Who Road Tripped to the Path of Totality

"It’s just the idea of seeing something that primal."
Caroline Haskins
8.21.17
total eclipse 2017

How to Make a Pair of DIY Glasses to View the Solar Eclipse

And not burn out your eyeballs.
Jacob Dubé
8.16.17
Path of Totality

Inside the Thriving Subculture of Eclipse Chasers

“The experience is just so powerful that it becomes a major driving force in our lives.”
Becky Ferreira
8.7.17
nasa

Moon Landings Are Back in Style, and Other Space Trends of 2017

A total solar eclipse, the grand finale of a beloved orbiter, and two lunar touchdowns are on the schedule for 2017.
Becky Ferreira
12.28.16
video

Watch a Double Eclipse Captured By NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory

On Sept. 1, the SDO captured a rare sight.
Michael Byrne
9.4.16
nasa

Jupiter’s Shadow Freezes Io’s Atmosphere Solid Every Day

Jupiter, you make a better door than a window.
Becky Ferreira
8.3.16
brief histories

The 1919 Solar Eclipse That Proved Einstein Right

Watching space-time warp from a tiny island off West Africa.
Michael Byrne
5.30.16
machines

The Agony and the Ecstasy of Debugging Code

There's a reason corporations pay big money for bugs.
Michael Byrne
4.3.16