Burna Boy accepted the Best Global Music Album award for 'Twice as Tall' from Chika at the Grammy awards on March 14. His acceptance speech was dedicated to all of Africa.
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The massive core stage for NASA's Space Launch System (SLS) rocket is in the B-2 Test Stand at NASA's Stennis Space Center near Bay St. Louis, Mississippi, for the core stage Green Run test series.
The Montsec Astronomical Park opened in 2009. The area, in Lleida, a province of Spain's northeastern region of Catalonia, has been used by amateur astronomers taking advantage of its dark skies.
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A portion of Australia's Great Barrier Reef photographed from the International Space Station. The Flinders Reef area of the Great Barrier Reef is one of 11 sites around the world where scientists are looking for decisive geological evidence of a new epoch called the anthropocene.
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The International Atomic Energy Agency has been responsible for policing the Iran deal. It has sealed some equipment, preventing its use, and installed cameras and other electronic monitoring.
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Even with some colleges canceling their midsemester breaks due to COVID-19, students from more than 200 schools are expected to visit Miami Beach during spring break, which runs until mid-April.
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A plague doctor in protective clothing. The beak mask was filled with incense thought to purify air and the cane was used to avoid touching patients. Artwork by Paul Furst.
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The CDC released new guidance Monday, allowing people fully vaccinated against COVID-19 to resume some pre-pandemic activities, including gathering indoors with other vaccinated people without wearing masks. Health correspondent Allison Aubrey walks us through the new recommendations and what precautions fully vaccinated people still need to take.
Thousands of snow geese take flight near Conway, Wash., in 2019. The Biden administration is reversing a policy under former President Donald Trump that drastically weakened protections for most U.S. bird species.
Biochemist Jennifer Doudna, the subject of Walter Isaacson's new biography The Code Breaker, shared a Nobel prize in chemistry in 2020 for the part she played in developing the CRISPR gene editing technology.
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