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Going the Distance: Funding for Under-Represented Groups
Topic: Missions
01/30/14
Summary: In this series of blog posts, contributors from gURLs in space offer advice on how to fund an education in the space sciences.

Cassini’s View of Weird & Wonderful Saturn
Topic: Saturn
01/30/14
Summary: Members of the Cassini team explains images of Saturn's striking hexagon, the re-take of the Pale Blue Dot, and what the future holds for the mission.

Arctic Warmth Unprecedented in 44,000 Years, Reveals Ancient Moss
Topic: Climate
01/29/14
Summary: Researchers have found exposed Polytrichum mosses in the Canadian high Arctic that had been trapped beneath ice 44,000 years ago--suggesting that modern Arctic warming far exceeds the bounds of historical natural variability.

Predatory Organisms at Depth
Topic: Extreme Life
01/29/14
Summary: A new study shows that viruses might greatly outnumber microorganisms in the deep biosphere of the Earth.

Going the Distance: Professionals and Students of all ages
Topic: Missions
01/29/14
Summary: In this series of blog posts, contributors from gURLs in space offer advice on how to fund an education in the space sciences.

Model Anticipates Ecological Impacts of Human Responses to Climate
Topic: Climate
01/28/14
Summary: A Princeton University research team has created a model to evaluate how human responses to climate change may alter agricultural land-use.

10 Years on Mars Leads to Livable Mud
Topic: Mars
01/28/14
Summary: Ancient minerals analyzed by NASA's Opportunity rover may provide evidence that water suitable for life existed on the surface of the planet some 4 billion years ago.

Going the Distance: Post-graduates and Those in the Field
Topic: Missions
01/28/14
Summary: In this series of blog posts, contributors from gURLs in space offer advice on how to fund an education in the space sciences.

Bright star reveals new exoplanet
Topic: New Planets
01/27/14
Summary: An international team of astronomers have discovered a new exoplanet, christened "Kepler-410A b." The planet is about the size of Neptune and orbits the brightest star in a double star system 425 light years from Earth.

Going the Distance: Funding Your Graduate Science Education
Topic: Missions
01/27/14
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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