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Interstellar Beacons to Guide Astronauts Across the Universe
Topic: Moon to Mars
Summary: Scientists have developed a new technique using a special population of stars to navigate in voyages across the Universe.

Cosmic Rays Alter Lunar Ice Chemistry
Topic: Moon to Mars
Summary: Scientists have discovered that galactic cosmic ray bombardment of the lunar surface causes chemical changes in water ice on the Moon. This process can create complex carbon chains similar to those that form the foundations of biological structures.

Prolonged Space Travel Causes Brain and Eye Abnormalities in Astronauts
Topic: Moon to Mars
Summary: New research shows that prolonged periods of time in space could cause abnormalities in the eyes of astronauts. The study was performed with 27 astronauts, each of whom spent an average of 108 days on space missions.

Magnetic Moon Caused by Asteroid Impact?
Topic: Moon to Mars
Summary: Scientists have proposed a new theory for the presence of vast swaths of highly magnetic material in some parts of the Moon's crust.

Looking at the Man in the Moon
Topic: Moon to Mars
Summary: Scientists have revealed new information about the 'man in the Moon' many people see when gazing at our familiar celestial neighbor.

Did the Moon Sink the Titanic?
Topic: Moon to Mars
Summary: Astronomers are using celestial sleuthing to uncover the Moon's potential role in the sinking of the Titanic.

The Lunar Cataclysm
Topic: Moon to Mars
Summary: Debris responsible for an ancient 'lunar cataclysm' struck the Moon at much higher speeds than the impacts that made the most ancient craters visible today.

Recent Geological Activity on the Moon
Topic: Moon to Mars
Summary: New images show that the Moon's crust is being stretched, forming new valleys on the lunar surface.

Radiation En Route to Mars
Topic: Moon to Mars
Summary: The Radiation Assessment Detector on the Mars Science Laboratory spacecraft measured radiation from a recent solar storm, providing valuable information for future human space exploration.

Using Magnets to Study Effects of Weightlessness
Topic: Moon to Mars
Summary: Levitating fruit flies with powerful magnets could provide clues to how biological organisms are affected by weightless conditions in space.

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