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A Wet Moon
Topic: Moon to Mars
03/25/14
Summary: A new study shows that basalts from the Moon's mantle contain hydrogen from water indigenous to Earth.

Understanding How Mountains and Rivers Make Life Possible
Topic: Geology
03/24/14
Summary: A new study describes how features of a landscape affect our Earth's carbon cycle.

Two Suns Could Make More Habitable Moons
Topic: Alien Life
03/24/14
Summary: Close binary stars could host more habitable exomoons because of their calming effects on one another.

Solar Activity Influences Climate Change
Topic: Spaceship Earth
03/23/14
Summary: Changes in the sun's energy output may have led to marked natural climate change in Europe over the last 1000 years.

Designing 'Living' Materials
Topic: Origin & Evolution of Life
03/23/14
Summary: Engineers have figured out a way to have bacterial cells produce biofilms that incorportate non-living materials.

Vast Oceans Beneath the Earth
Topic: Geology
03/22/14
Summary: The first-ever sample of the mineral ringwoodite could indicate that vast volumes of water are trapped between Earth's upper and lower mantle.

Venus Glory
Topic: Venus
03/21/14
Summary: A rainbow-like feature known as a ‘glory' has been seen by ESA's Venus Express orbiter in the atmosphere of our nearest neighbour - the first time one has been fully imaged on another planet.

Recreating Europa's Crust
Topic: Europa
03/21/14
Summary: Experiments in the laboratory have confirmed that water, salts and gases dissolved in Europa's ocean could rise to the surface and create geological features on the moon's surface.

Milky Way amidst a ‘Council of Giants’
Topic: Cosmic Evolution
03/20/14
Summary: A new paper maps out bright galaxies within 35-million light years of the Earth, offering up an expanded picture of what lies beyond our doorstep.

Could Alien Life Cope with a Hotter, Brighter Star?
Topic: Alien Life
03/20/14
Summary: Life could be orbiting rare F-type stars, despite heavy blasts of ultraviolet radiation.

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