45 years ago today, the Apollo 11 was launched into space. It was one of the greatest moments in the history of the space program.
But what would the world have been like if Twitter had existed in 1969.
Jeanne Moos has the story.
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It's called the Titanosaur and scientists in Argentina say it may be the biggest dinosaur ever found.
The colossal creature is believed to be about 95-million-years-old and was as long as two tractor trailers, weighed as much as 14 elephants, and was as tall as a seven story building.
OutFront with CNN's Brianna Keilar is paleobotanist Dr. Ruben Cuneo, who is also the director of the museum leading the excavation efforts, and Paul Sereno, a paleontologist at the University of Chicago talk about their discovery.
"Blood moon" madness struck Tuesday morning, with people talking and tweeting incessantly about the lunar eclipse.
There were a few selfies and a lot of "blood moon" photos. Our Jeanne Moos has the story.
Experts say a European satellite is running on empty.
They expect it to fall apart and come crashing to earth in pieces as soon as this weekend.
Brian Todd is OutFront with the details.
Are we all Martians?
An internationally renowned Geo-chemist caused a stir Thursday when he said, "the evidence seems to be building that we are actually all Martians; that life started on Mars and came to Earth on a rock."
Is this the stuff of science fiction? Or could there be truth to the theory?
OutFront: Bill Nye The Science Guy, he's the Executive Director of The Planetary Society.