Separating lightning fact from fiction

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Separating lightning fact from fiction

Is it true that lightning never strikes twice? What is dry lightning? And when should you head indoors during a storm? Climate science specialist Mike Crimmins shares some shocking truths about lightning and thunderstorms.

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'Cosmic lens' reveals distant galaxies and helps astronomers better understand dark matter

A new image of the massive El Gordo galaxy cluster, taken by NASA's James Webb Space Telescope, shows 62 distorted galaxies behind the cluster.

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New UArizona study links brain waves directly to memory

The findings could have implications for treating patients with brain damage and cognitive impairments, including those who have experienced seizures, stroke and Parkinson's disease.

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Urgent Care data shows Valley fever season has begun in Arizona

Arizonans who get pneumonia should ask to be tested for Valley fever, says Dr. John Galgiani, director of the Valley Fever Center for Excellence. Half of all U.S. Valley fever infections occur in the Phoenix metropolitan area.

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