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Astronomers Solve Temperature Mystery of Planetary Atmospheres
Topic: Cosmic Evolution
Summary: A new study on planetary atmospheres could help in the search for habitable worlds in the Universe.

Clay-Like Minerals Found on Icy Crust of Europa
Topic: Europa
Summary: A new analysis of data from the Galileo mission has identified clay-type minerals at the surface of Jupiter's moon Europa.

Hard Rock Life
Topic: Extreme Life
Summary: Microbial communities in the deep subsurface of our planet are showing surprising similarity - even when they're located on opposite sides of the planet.

JUNO Gives a Starship's View of Earth
Topic: Spaceship Earth
Summary: NASA's Juno spacecraft flew by Earth in October, building up speed for its journey to Jupiter. The spacecraft also captured an interesting picture of the Earth-Moon system.

The Tough Task of Finding Fossils While Wearing a Spacesuit
Topic: Moon to Mars
Summary: Performing scientific field work becomes much harder while enclosed in a spacesuit, with limits placed on vision, hearing, touch and more.

Where Do Stars End and Brown Dwarfs Begin?
Topic: Cosmic Evolution
Summary: A new study is shedding light on how small stars can be.

First Age Measurement on Mars
Topic: Mars
Summary: A new set of papers is providing further scientific results from Curiosity's first year on Mars. The findings provide new information about life's potential on ancient Mars and the challenges that future human explorers will face at the surface.

Entombing Greenhouse Gases
Topic: Earth
Summary: By studying an abandoned mine, scientists are learning about how greenhouse gases could be permanently entombed in the Earth.

Ancient Lake on Mars Could Have Sustained Life
Topic: Mars
Summary: Data from NASA's Curiosity rover indicates that a lake was once present in Mars' Yellowknife Bay. The lake may have been a suitable habitat for life.

Dawn's Dance with Ceres
Topic: Meteorites, Comets and Asteroids
Summary: Managers of NASA's Dawn spacecraft have developed a preliminary schedule for mission operations when the spacecraft reaches the dwarf planet Ceres in early 2015.

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