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Evan Thomas

Digital Content Producer

Evan covers technology and the Internet and produces all sorts of video content for Newsy and its partners. The Colorado native splits his time between coffee, videogames and bicycling; but has elected to not worry about splitting his music time — instead he just wears headphones eighteen hours a day.

  Recent Work
A coronal mass ejection
SOHO (ESA and NASA)Sci/Health

Why Experts Say We Should All Pay More Attention To Space Weather

Artist's impression of an asteroid
NASASci/Health

Asteroids May Have Delivered More Of Earth's Water Than We Thought

network cables
Getty ImagesTech

Net Neutrality Was Repealed, But It's Not Dead Yet

Marijuana plants grow under lights
Newsy StaffSci/Health

Legal Weed Growers Use Ridiculous Amounts Of Electricity

Marijuana plants in a greenhouse
Newsy StaffPolitics

The Government Considers Marijuana Illegal And Taxes It Anyway

The Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite
NASASci/Health

NASA's New Exoplanet Telescope Could Help Us Find Another Earth

A semiautonomous aircraft undergoes military testing
U.S. NavyTech

The Future Of Warfare Is Autonomous, But How Close Are We?

Mark Zuckerberg testifies at a Senate hearing
Getty ImagesTech

Zuckerberg And Congress Agree: People Don't Read Terms Of Service

Mark Zuckerberg on Capitol Hill
Getty ImagesTech

After Months Of Defending Its Image, Where Does Facebook Stand?

Plasma on the surface of the sun takes the shape of a tornado
NASASci/Health

Are There Giant Tornadoes On The Sun's Surface?

A Tesla Roadster in Earth orbit
SpaceXSci/Health

Those Pictures Of The Tesla In Space Might Have Been Illegal

An infrared image of rhinos
Endangered Wildlife Trust / LJMUSci/Health

To Save Endangered Animals, We're Learning To See Them In The Dark

International Space Station
NASASci/Health

What Will Happen When The International Space Station Crashes

A woman uses her cellphone in front of the U.S. Supreme Court
Getty ImagesTech

Newly Passed Act Weakens Web Privacy, Wrecks Microsoft Court Case

A rendering of Tiangong-1 re-entering the atmosphere
The Aerospace CorporationSci/Health

Why It's Hard To Know Where Or When China's Space Station Will Crash

The Facebook logo reflected in an eye
Getty ImagesTech

Advertising Data Is Getting Turned Into A Political Tool

Two men in a boat collect lost fishing nets
National Oceanic and Atmospheric AdministrationSci/Health

The Great Pacific Garbage Patch Has Even More Garbage Than We Thought

NASA visualization of Arctic temperature trends
NASASci/Health

Fossil Fuel Companies Are Going On The Record About Climate Change

wildflowers in bloom with snow-capped mountains in the background
NPS/Lin SkavdahlSci/Health

Spring Arrives Earlier Every Year, And It's Altering Whole Ecosystems

A crate of lunar samples
NASASci/Health

When's The Best Time For NASA To Open Its Last Lunar Samples?

The Insight lander
NASASci/Health

To Run A Mars Mission, NASA's Insight Lander Will Need Pi

Arctic sea ice
NASASci/Health

When The Arctic Warms, Extreme US Weather Is More Frequent

A near-Earth asteroid
NASASci/Health

Congressman Dana Rohrabacher Is Very Worried About Surprise Asteroids

MRI scan of a human brain
Shinnar et al., NeurologySci/Health

Neuroforensics Is Turning Our Brains Into Legal Evidence

Artist's rendering of GOES weather satellite
Lockheed Martin / NOAASci/Health

Cutting-Edge Weather Satellite Launches To Improve US Forecasting

R2-D2 at the White House
Getty ImagesTech

What Can 'Star Wars' Droids Teach Us About Building Better Robots?

A worker watches a natural gas flare burn off
Getty ImagesSci/Health

Even With Loose CO2 Rules, The US Could Still Hit Paris Climate Goals

Smog in Shanghai
Getty ImagesSci/Health

Soap And Paint Can Be As Bad For The Air As Car Exhaust

Rendering of the Wide Field Infrared Survey Telescope
NASASci/Health

NASA Is Turning An Unused Spy Satellite Into Its Next Planet-Hunter

The International Space Station
NASASci/Health

Trump's Commercial Space Station Proposal Isn't A New One