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Kepler Finds a Very Wobbly Planet
Topic: New Planets
Summary: The Kepler telescope has spotted a planet that spins wildly on its axis, tilting up to 30 degrees over 11 years.

A 'Snow Globe' Solar System
Topic: Cosmic Evolution
Summary: A new study on asteroid diversity is providing clues about the tumultuous past of the Solar System.

Tree Roots in the Mountains 'Act Like Thermostat for Global Climate'
Topic: Climate
Summary: For the first time, scientists have discovered how tree roots in the mountains may play an important role in controlling long-term global temperatures.

Fires in the Sky: MAVEN Satellite Looks for Mars' Missing Atmosphere
Topic: Mars
Summary: MAVEN will examine particles in Mars' atmosphere to tell story of the planet's four billion year old past.

Mass Extinction May Not Cause All Organisms to 'Shrink'
Topic: Biosphere
Summary: A new study suggests that the sizes of organisms following mass extinction events may vary more than previously thought.

Anatomy of an Asteroid
Topic: Meteorites, Comets and Asteroids
Summary: A new study shows that the internal structure of asteroids can be surprisingly varied. The work was based on precise measurements of the asteroid Itokawa.

'Disk Detective' Lets Public Search for New Planetary Nurseries
Topic: Missions
Summary: NASA is inviting the public to help astronomers discover embryonic planetary systems hidden among data from the agency's Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer (WISE) mission.

A Dramatic New Crater on Mars
Topic: Mars
Summary: NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter has captured a spectacular image of a new crater on Mars.

Hangout with Dr. Yajaira Sierra-Sastre
Topic: Moon to Mars
Summary: At 7pm EST today, gURLs in Space is hosting a Google+ Hangout with HI-SEAS Researcher, Dr. Yajaira Sierra-Sastre.

New Species of Sea Anemone Found in Antarctic Ice
Topic: Extreme Life
Summary: In 2010, a team of scientists discovered a new species of sea anemones beneath Antarctica's Ross Ice Shelf. The new anemones are the first known to live in ice.

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