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Looking for a 'superhabitable' world? Try Alpha Centauri B, says Astrobiology Journal
Topic: Outer Solar System
01/26/14
Summary: Planets or moons outside the "stellar habitable zone" may have environments even more favorable to supporting life than here on Earth, according to a new Hypothesis article in Astrobiology

Cracked Sea Ice Stirs Up Arctic Mercury Concern
Topic: Climate
01/26/14
Summary: A NASA study in the Arctic has shown that cracks in Arctic sea ice ultimate allow atmospheric mercury down to the surface where it can enter the food change.

NASA Searches for Climate Change Clues in the Gateway to the Stratosphere
Topic: Climate
01/25/14
Summary: NASA's uncrewed Global Hawk research aircraft is in the western Pacific region on a mission to track changes in the upper atmosphere and help researchers understand how these changes affect Earth's climate.

Poison-Breathing Bacteria
Topic: Extreme Life
01/25/14
Summary: Researchers have discovered bacteria in California's Mono Lake that 'breathe' toxic metals.

From Crime Fighting to Methane Lakes: Designing Robots for Earth and Space
Topic: Robotics & A.I.
01/24/14
Summary: The MARS (Mobile and Remote Sensing Lab) team has helped the Cleveland Police refurbish an old crime-fighting robot. Other work involves outfitting modern robots with applications for science in space and on Earth.

Happy 10th anniversary Opportunity!
Topic: Mars
01/24/14
Summary: NASA's Mars Exploration Rover, Opportunity, landed touched down on Mars ten years ago today. Since then, the rover has made stunning discoveries about the potential for past life on Mars.

Discovering an Ancient Landmass
Topic: Earth
01/24/14
Summary: Scientists have discovered that land masses existed on the Earth 2.7 billion years ago.

Going the Distance: Before Graduate or Medical School
Topic: Missions
01/24/14
Summary: In this series of blog posts, contributors from gURLs in space offer advice on how to fund an education in the space sciences.

Herschel Telescope Detects Water on Dwarf Planet Ceres
Topic: Meteorites, Comets and Asteroids
01/23/14
Summary: Scientists using the Herschel space observatory have made the first definitive detection of water vapor on the largest and roundest object in the asteroid belt, Ceres.

Going the Distance: Funding Your Undergraduate Science Education
Topic: Missions
01/23/14
Summary: In this series of blog posts, contributors from gURLs in space offer advice on how to fund an education in the space sciences.

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