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Meteorite is a Piece of Ancient Martian Crust
Topic: Meteorites, Comets and Asteroids
11/24/13
Summary: A rock from the Sahara desert could actually be a 4.4 billion-year-old sample of ancient martian crust.

Mars, Not Earth, Shakes Up Some Near-Earth Asteroids
Topic: Meteorites, Comets and Asteroids
11/23/13
Summary: A new study shows how 'asteroid quakes' could alter the surface of asteroids that pass near Mars.

Amber Provides Insight into Evolution of Earth's Atmosphere
Topic: Earth
11/23/13
Summary: Scientists are gaining new insight into Earth's atmospheric composition over the past 220 million years by studying amber deposits from around the world.

A New View of Saturn and Earth
Topic: Saturn system
11/22/13
Summary: NASA's Cassini mission has released a spectacular new image of Saturn, it's moons, the Earth, Mars and Venus.

No Peak in Sight for Evolution
Topic: Origin & Evolution of Life
11/21/13
Summary: A new study shows that bacteria in a simple environment continue to improve their fitness through mutations - even after a quarter of a century.

New Underwater Explorer to be Tested in Great Lakes
Topic: Robotics & A.I.
11/20/13
Summary: Researcher will use an NSF research vessel that is wintering in the Great Lakes to test the new underwater explorer, Nereid UI.

Feast or Famine on the Sea Floor
Topic: Extreme Life
11/20/13
Summary: A new study shows how population booms of life at the ocean surface can lead to a feast of organic material for organisms that survive in harsh, nutrient-limited environments on the sea floor.

Watching the Milky Way Grow Up
Topic: Cosmic Evolution
11/19/13
Summary: NASA's Hubble Space telescope has provided the first images of what our galaxy, the Milky Way, might have looked like in the past. The photographs were obtained by observing light from distant galaxies that are similar to our own.

MAVEN Launched to Study Upper Atmosphere of Mars
Topic: Mars
11/19/13
Summary: A NASA mission that will investigate how Mars lost its atmosphere and abundant liquid water launched into space at 1:28 p.m. EST Monday from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida.

Solar Activity Plays a Minimal Role in Global Warming
Topic: Spaceship Earth
11/17/13
Summary: Changes in solar activity have contributed no more than 10 per cent to global warming in the twentieth century, a new study has found.

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