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July 20, 2012

The Most Amazing Science Images of the Week, July 16-20, 2012

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This week’s roundup of the most amazing images we’ve seen this week zooms in, to see these stinkbug eggs up close–and then zooms out, to see an exoplanet, 33 light-years away. We go to the present, with the leg that’ll help a double-amputee compete in the Olympic Games, and to the future, with a camera controlled by the movements of the human eye. Check ‘em out.


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