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The eclipse will begin at 9:32 p.m. in our area with the Earth’s shadow slowly inching across the surface of May’s flower moon. But viewers may not notice until it becomes a partial eclipse about an hour later.
Some confectioners are experimenting with THC syrups that can be added to beverages. Others are trying nanotechnology to make edibles with highs that are more consistent.
While everyone’s body experiences cannabis differently, being armed with some basic information can make the process of experimenting a little smoother.
For those who can’t leave the city limits for optimal viewing, the Amateur Astronomers Association will host a stargazing event on the night of peak at Lincoln Center.
Researchers walk through the step-by-step process and explain how much wiggle room is available with vaccine protection against infection.
Here are the New York and New Jersey areas most vulnerable to subsidence and structural erosion via saltwater.
Studies have shown that wildfire pollution is more hazardous than car pollution, and the danger mounts over long distances.
The maps haven't been updated since 2007, and flood risk is rising in communities battered by Superstorm Sandy, exacerbated by new building development.
To gauge what might happen going forward, let’s break down how the delta variant could affect New Yorkers based on their vaccine status.
How scientists track small—and big—changes in the coronavirus.
The race to find treatments and a vaccine typically begins with creating a clone of the virus.
Outside of zombie movies, unfamiliar creatures are rarely discovered in cemeteries. But that's exactly what happened at Green-Wood Cemetery in Brooklyn.
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