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Countdown to 12/20/11

POSTED BY: DIMITRA ATRI
 
Here is today’s countdown coming from what is called the Queen of the Himalayas (Mount Everest pictures later!). 4. Earth-size exoplanets With better senstivity of telescopes, it is now possible to observe Earth-size exoplanets! However, we need bigger telescopes to observe their atmospheric spectra and figure out whether there are any signs of life. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-16268950 3. Dust avalanches on Mars Mars has a very thin atmosphere, and anything falling from space directly impacts its surface without much hindrance. Recently, it....
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