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    Observations from NASA's Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer indicate that there are fewer near-Earth asteroids than previously thought. The findings also indicate that NASA has found more than 90% of the largest near-Earth asteroids.
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  • Extreme Space Weather Blasts Mercury’s Poles
    New data shows how the solar wind sandblasts the surface of Mercury at the planet's poles.
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    Examinando la riqueza de los datos del telescopio Kepler, los astrónomos han visto una correlación positiva entre la composición estelar y la formación planetaria, una correlación que podría afectar la manera en que buscamos vida en el universo.
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    A new study of old data collected by NASA and international scientists indicates that Venus' weather is less 'boring' than previously thought.
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    Examining the wealth of data from Kepler, astronomers have seen a positive correlation between stellar composition and planetary formation, a correlation that could affect how we search for life in the universe.
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    A coronal mass ejection from the Sun could deliver a glancing blow to Earth's magnetic field this week.
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    Formalhaut b has been billed as the first exoplanet to be directly imaged in optical wavelengths. Now, it's identity is being questioned. Determining the effectiveness of planet-hunting techniques is important for astrobiologists who are searching for habitable worlds around distant stars.
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    A new study demonstrates how salty water and gases transfer from the atmosphere into the Earth's interior. The research provides new insight into the evolution of our planet. Studying the physical processes of Earth can help astrobiologists understand what makes a planet habitable.
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    New research may help explain the physical properties of 'glassy water.'
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    El editor de investigación de campo del Astrobiology Magazine, Henry Bortman ha pasado recientemente dos semanas en la Isla Devon, en el Ártico canadiense con el proyecto Haughton-Mars. Uno de los proyectos que ha observado ha sido la prueba del IceBreaker (RompeHielo), un taladro diseñado
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    A "hidden" code linked to the DNA of plants allows them to develop and pass down new biological traits far more rapidly than previously thought.
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    Astrobiology Magazine Field Research Editor Henry Bortman recently spent two weeks on Devon Island in the Canadian Arctic with the Haughton-Mars Project. One of the projects he observed was the testing of IceBreaker, a drill designed for a future mission to search of signs of
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    Scientists and astronauts recently simulated a future human mission to an asteroid in the desert near Flagstaff, Arizona.
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    A new optical communications could help NASA dramatically reduce the time it takes to transmit high-resolution images from Mars.
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    A new experiment has unveiled evidence that neutrinos can travel faster than light.
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