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Don’t Forget F-type Stars in Search for Life
Topic: Alien Life
04/04/14
Summary: Scientists searching for habitable planets beyond Earth shouldn't overlook F-type stars in favor of their more abundant, smaller and cooler cousins, researchers say.

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.

Astronauts’ Hearts Become More Spherical in Space
Topic: Moon to Mars
04/02/14
Summary: New findings show the heart becomes more spherical when exposed to long periods of microgravity in space, with implications for an eventual manned mission to Mars.

How to look into the Solar interior
Topic: Sun
04/02/14
Summary: Researchers have proposed an underlying mechanism in the Sun that could be responsible for sunspots and the Solar Cycle.

First Robotic Telescope for Planet Hunters
Topic: New Planets
04/01/14
Summary: In its first months of operation, the Automated Planet Finder has found two new planetary systems, giving astronomers a taste of planetary riches to come.

Deep Ocean Current May Slow Due to Climate Change
Topic: Climate
03/31/14
Summary: A new study has found that recent climate change may be acting to slow down a deep current beneath the ocean's surface, with potentially serious consequences for the future of the planet's climate.

First Ring System Around Asteroid
Topic: Meteorites, Comets and Asteroids
03/30/14
Summary: Scientists have discovered that the remote asteroid Chariklo is surrounded by two dense and narrow rings. The origin of these rings remains a mystery, but they may be the result of a collision that created a disc of debris.

A New Structure in Earth's Radiation Belt
Topic: Spaceship Earth
03/30/14
Summary: Physicists have discovered a structure in Earth's inner radiation belt that could pose a threat to future human explorers and communication satellites.

Large Predators Roamed Oceans Soon after Permian Extinction
Topic: Biosphere
03/29/14
Summary: A new study shows that large predators roamed the oceans soon after the End-Permian extinction--suggesting that ecosystems recovered more rapidly than previously thought.

Unlocking Darwin's 'Mystery of Mysteries'
Topic: Origin & Evolution of Life
03/29/14
Summary: Hybrid incompatibility -- failure of 2 closely related species to produce offspring that survive and reproduce -- has puzzled scientists beginning with Charles Darwin.

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