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Continents May Be A Key Feature of Super-Earths
Topic: Cosmic Evolution
04/14/14
Summary: Super-Earths could have active tectonics that expose land masses, and need not be water-worlds.

Riddle of Celestial Archaeology Solved
Topic: Cosmic Evolution
04/03/14
Summary: A team of scientists have put forward a new theory for how collapsed stars become polluted - a theory that points to an ominous fate awaiting planet Earth.

Astronomers Looking for Clues to Water's Origins
Topic: Cosmic Evolution
03/27/14
Summary: What happens at the birth of a star may determine whether water is commonplace or rare in other solar systems.

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.

Scientists Discover Direct Evidence for Big Bang
Topic: Cosmic Evolution
03/18/14
Summary: Researchers have captured direct evidence for the "first tremors of the Big Bang." The data also confirm a deep connection between quantum mechanics and general relativity.

‘Death Stars’ in Orion Blast Planets before They Even Form
Topic: Cosmic Evolution
03/16/14
Summary: A new study describes the deadly relationship between highly luminous O-type stars and nearby protostars in the Orion Nebula.

Lobster-Shaped Extrasolar Oceans
Topic: Cosmic Evolution
03/10/14
Summary: Habitable zones near red dwarf stars may be smaller than previously thought.

Alien Moons Could Bake Dry from Young Gas Giants' Hot Glow
Topic: Cosmic Evolution
03/06/14
Summary: A big problem for otherwise habitable moons is the heat radiating from their gas giant planets.

What Would A Rocky Exoplanet Look Like? Atmosphere Models Seek Clues
Topic: Cosmic Evolution
03/03/14
Summary: Exoplanet researchers are working on a model of what types of atmospheres are typical for different kinds of planets. One of their goals is to better predict habitability.

'Super-Earths' May Be Dead Worlds
Topic: Cosmic Evolution
03/02/14
Summary: New research suggests that planets that form from less massive cores can become benign habitats for life, whereas larger objects end up as ‘mini-Neptunes' with thick atmospheres and probably stay sterile.

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