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How Typical is the Milky Way?
Topic: Cosmic Evolution
Summary: New research shows that only four percent of galaxies are similar to the Milky Way.

Twitter for Space Geeks
Topic: Cosmic Evolution
Summary: Astrobiology Magazine's twitter feed (!/astrobiologymag) has been selected as one of the 20 best twitter feeds for true space geeks by

Surveying Spectral Signatures
Topic: Cosmic Evolution
Summary: New research is providing a better understanding of unidentified matter in deep space.

How to Learn a Star's True Age
Topic: Cosmic Evolution
Summary: As a star grows older, its rotation slows down steadily. Now, astronomers have discovered how to use this principle to determine the age of stars. The research could ultimately help astrobiologists understand the nature of planets and the stars they orbit.

Free-Floating Planets May be More Common Than Stars
Topic: Cosmic Evolution
Summary: Astronomers have discovered a new class of Jupiter-sized planets floating alone in the dark of space, away from the light of a star. The finding adds to the catalog of the potential types of planets that exist in the Universe.

Doppler Effect: From Galaxies to Molecules
Topic: Cosmic Evolution
Summary: For the first time, scientists have demonstrated a version of the Doppler effect at an extremely small level - the rotation of an individual molecule. Rotational Doppler effect is used to determine the rotational velocity of planets and could now help study the properties of molecules.

Krotite: an Early Solar System Mineral
Topic: Cosmic Evolution
Summary: Scientists have discovered a new mineral, krotite, which is one of hte earliest minerals formed in our solar system. The finding could help astrobiologists understand how the Solar System formed and evolved, leading to conditions for a habitable Earth.

An Epic Space-Time Experiment
Topic: Cosmic Evolution
Summary: Results of the NASA's Gravity Probe B indicate that there is a space-time vortex around Earth and that its shape precisely matches the predictions of Einstein's theory of gravity.

The Universe in 3D
Topic: Cosmic Evolution
Summary: Scientists have constructed the largest ever 3-D map of the distant Universe. Studying the nature of the Universe can help astrobiologists determine the best locations in which to search for habitable worlds.

Did the Early Universe Have Only One Dimension?
Topic: Cosmic Evolution
Summary: Physicists have proposed a theory that the early Universe had only one spatial dimension. Now, a new test has been devised that could prove or disprove the 'vanishing dimensions' hypothesis.

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