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Moonlight and Mortality
Topic: Moon to Mars
Summary: A new study explores effects of moonlight on nocturnal mammals, and the results could change the way scientsts think about moonlight and predation.

What Astrobiology Teaches Us About Living Well on Earth
Topic: Earth
Summary: Astrobiology's study of life in the universe has much to say about how humans can live sustainably on Earth.

Defying Gravity, Part 5
Topic: Moon to Mars
Summary: Fifth in our list of spacewalking women is astronaut Tamara E. Jernigan. Jernigan completed one extravehicular activity in her career, but it lasted 7 hours and 55 minutes.

Could a SuperNova Be Visible From Earth in the Next 50 Years?
Topic: Cosmic Evolution
Summary: Astronomers have determined that a supernova might be occurring here in the Milky Way in the next 50 years - and it could be visible from Earth.

Scientist Suggests Comet and Meteorite Impacts Made Life on Earth Possible
Topic: Meteorites, Comets and Asteroids
Summary: A new study explains how meteorite bombardment of the early Earth could have created the necessary conditions for life's origins on our planet.

NASA Kepler Results Usher in a New Era of Astronomy
Topic: Missions
Summary: Scientists are gathering at NASA Ames in California for the second Kepler Science Conference. They will discuss findings from the mission, including the discovery of 833 new planet candidates.

One in Five Stars has Earth-Sized Planet in Habitable Zone
Topic: Cosmic Evolution
Summary: In a new study, astronomers estimate that as many as one in five stars could have planets similar in size to the Earth orbiting in their habitable zone.

The Abominable Snow Aliens of Europa
Topic: Europa
Summary: Astrobiology Magazine is proud to launch a new comic strip, "The Abominable Snow Aliens of Europa."

Defying Gravity, Part 4
Topic: Moon to Mars
Summary: Fourth in our list of spacewalking women is astronaut Linda M. Godwin. Godwin performed two spacewalks, the first from the Space Shuttle Atlantis and a second from Space Shuttle Endeavor.

Designing a Box to Return Samples From Mars
Topic: Mars
Summary: Scientists are working on developing a robust, multifunctional container that could one day be used to return samples from Mars.

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