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Welcome to Wonder Theory, your weekly space and science digest.
Some scientists are worried there's no real insurance policy for life on Earth...so they want to create one.
Russian scientists say they figured out what created another massive crater in the Siberian tundra.
Retired Navy meteorologist Paul Grisham had long forgotten the wallet he lost while stationed in Antarctica in 1968, so he was surprised when someone returned it to him two weeks ago -- 53 years later.
Moon craters formed when meteorites and asteroids slammed into the lunar surface. Like fossils on Earth, they reveal something about the history of the solar system and how planets were formed.
A Russian TV crew flying over the Siberian tundra this summer spotted a massive crater 30 meters (100 feet) deep and 20 meters wide -- striking in its size, symmetry and the explosive force of nature that it must have taken to have created it.
Police in Plano, Texas, arrested and charged a 29-year-old man in connection with the death of a scientist who was a mother of two.
A 43-year-old scientist and mother of two was found dead near a creek in Plano, Texas, on Saturday morning after going out for her regular morning run, police said.