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    Dawn has revealed that the southern hemisphere of the astroid Vesta boasts one of the largest mountains in the Solar System.
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    Data from Cassini confirms that the Enceladus' forcast is set for ongoing snow flurries. The reseach indicates that the the plumes and their heat source on the moon are long-lived. This increases the liklihood that habitable environments might persist beneath the surface.
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  • Mercury is Not Like Other Planets
    Data from MESSENGER shows that Mercury has some important differences when compared to the other terrestrial planets of the Solar System.
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    Even after years of scientific research that points to how human activity is causing climate change, pundits, policymakers and the general public are still debating the issue.
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    New research shows that reefs recovered faster than previously thought after Earth's largest mass extinction.
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    A new analysis of data from ESA's Mars Express spacecraft has revealed that the atmosphere of Mars is supersaturated with water vapor. The findings could help astrobiologists determine if Mars once supported habitable environments for life.
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    Scientists have developed the most accurate and detailed large cosmological supercomputer simulation to date.
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    Scientists have captured the first video of tool use by a fish. The orange-dotted tuskfish was caught on film throwing a clam against a rock to crush it. Tool-use may be a deep-seated behavioral trait that evolved in wrasses, one of the largest and most
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