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Ingredient Used in Plastics Found on Titan
Topic: Titan
Summary: NASA's Cassini spacecraft has detected propylene, a chemical used to make food-storage containers, car bumpers and other consumer products, on Saturn's moon Titan.

Relativistic Electrons and Earth's Radiation Belts
Topic: Spaceship Earth
Summary: Scientists have uncovered new information about the nature of the radiation belts that surround the Earth.

Breathing Underwater: Microbes in the Oceanic Crust
Topic: Extreme Life
Summary: Scientists have made a significant step in understanding how life survives at the bottom of the deep ocean.

Ancient Soils Reveal Clues to Early Life on Earth
Topic: Earth
Summary: New research indicates that oxygen appeared in Earth's atmosphere up to 700 million years earlier than previously thought.

Spitzer Revamped to Search for Exoplanets
Topic: Missions
Summary: When the Spitzer telescope launched, it was not meant to partake in the search for extrasolar planets. Ten years later, it has become a premier observatory in our search for distant worlds.

Curiosity Finds Martian Soil Contains Water
Topic: Mars
Summary: The first scoop of soil collected by NASA's Curiosity rover has shown evidence that the fine surface materials of Mars contain several percent water by weight.

A Diversity of Findings from Curiosity Rover
Topic: Mars
Summary: Analysis of data collected by NASA's Curiosity rover during its first four months of operation have now been published in five separate papers.

Perchlorate Complicates Hunt for Life on Mars
Topic: Mars
Summary: Finding evidence for life on Mars could be more difficult that previously thought due to a chemical found in the martian soil.

Late Cretaceous was Likely Ice-Free
Topic: Earth
Summary: Contrary to previous theories, new evidence suggests that no ice sheet formed during the Late Cretaceous Period.

Voyager 1's Signal Seen From Earth
Topic: Outer Solar System
Summary: Using telescopes on Earth, astronomers have spotted the faint radio glow from the Voyager 1 spacecraft.

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